Finished Tora-Dora some time ago, heh pretty good really, not superb but clearly worth seeing at least once(or twice)... Romantic comedy with focus shifting between the two several times, but probably most of the former, and doing it fairly well.
Mr Ryu(dragon ("dora")) and miss taiga (tiger/tora)...
Himiko-den was an ok little adventure anime, but again one of those that could clearly have been better with a bit more effort put into it (animation, music, characters, nothing that really stood out as very good). Feels a bit washed-out, but still ok.
Lovely Complex, lol... yet another romantic comedy and while filled with tiny downsides, its still fun, rather alike Tora-Dora in feel but with less genre focus and what there is, on comedy rather than romance.
Tallest girl in school and shortest guy, (in)famously known as the comedy duo in school... Like T-D above, worth seeing once or twice.
Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto Natsu Sora, this one gets top marks for evilness... Its such a cute and nice little story, up until when its not... No action and not even alot of drama, most of the time, but the series as a whole still has a quite a "punchline" you might say.
Sentou Yousei Yukikaze, "Jam" invaded earth through a dimensional portal over Antarctica, got beaten back, and while the people on earth have mostly moved to a feeling of "not part of my life" about it, the fighting around the gate goes on, on the other side, on the originating planet, called "Fairy" because its so odd.
And still, noone knows anything about the "Jam"...
Enter lt Fukai and his recon fighter plane nicknamed Yukikaze, a seriously upgraded version of the standard plane, among other things the onboard computer is about as good as can be had anywhere, to allow realtime analysis during recon flights...
The good lt however has come to trust the planeÂ´s AI more than his own eyes, and perhaps that is a very very good thing...
Short action series, good animation considered it includes a lot of CG, some pretty good music and while rather unclear much of the time, it has a good feel. Clearly worth seeing.
Bakuretsu Tenshi ( Burst Angel )is a decent action series even though its filled to the limit with kliches, if thats not a bother for you, most certainly worth seeing as it has a nice mix of characters, longterm plot and episodicness, ok animation and at times some very good music.
Could have been a real gem if they hadnt buried it with kliches.
El Cazador de la Bruja is another of the "Girls with guns" trilogy done by the same folks who did the excellent "Noir"(Madlax being the 3rd series)... Roadmovie aÂ´la Firestarter? Well something like that. Decent but nothing spectacular or great, but if you have some spare time and want a decent series, maybe this one?
Code-E / Mission-E(last ep of the latter still not subbed unfortunately), starts out as a comedy and ends up, well im not sure where, but just the starting point, a girl that whenever she gets emotional in any way interferes with any electrical stuff nearby in a not so far future where computers and alike is even more everywhere than today... Hehe, just that makes it worth taking a look at, how she goes around making a map of the new school so she can try to minimize risks of exploding lightbulbs or fried computers...
Daphne in the Brilliant Blue starts out very... "enthusiastically" you might say, and then goes on with just about everything going to pieces for the main character... And then in a somewhat episodic way evolves a main plot, without the viewer really noticing the plot until much later, much similar to Bakuretsu Tenshi, while making fun of a lot of things... And who/what "Daphne" is, takes a LONG while to find out.
Very well made series.
A series that manages to include lots of fanservice without being annoying (well if the locations are mostly like beach resorts you can excuse that "minimalistic dresscode" is the norm, especially when its actually treated as that, when need be they dress up as required... Clearly worth watching.
Sola is a somewhat odd series, where the BIG revelations turns out to be a darn lot bigger than expected. You dont exactly expect one of the characters to be [spoil]a paper doll made to replace the real same character who died many years earlier [/spoil].
Odd series, odd ending, happy or sad ending? Good question.
And probably the least interesting series listed in this post.
Still, if you like the superpowergirl drama genre, its surely watchable.
Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei... The worlds most negative teacher (and a strong suicidal tendency, well a lot more than "tendency") coupled with the probably whackiest class anyone could find including but not limited to: the hyperpositive who thinks the teacher was trying to get taller when he tried to hang himself(and happily remembers about how her father always tried to do the same and her mother once as well to the point where "Sensei" cuts her off with "just stop it!" and her reply is "but i was just getting to the good part") and pays the teacher to be allowed to give him a ridiculous nickname, 50yen per day she uses the nickname;
The supershy girl that only talks via email through her cellphone, and is superabusive while doing so;
A hikikkimori always draped in here blanket who will eventually be found in a dark room here, or a cupboard there and duly noted down as "present in class";
The superpedantic who simply CAN NOT accept that a cake might be split unevenly between the people present, and starts blowing fuses when more and more people keep arriving;
An obsessive stalker...
The series is extremely absurd, just that almost every single background has text on it (which changes every time there is a switch in "camera view"), his way of seeing everything in the worst possible way, how sometimes the class turns his own sillyness against him and... well just about everything...
But its darned funny at times! And pretty amusing overall.