1. Action
  2. Adventure
  3. Drama
  4. Fantasy
  5. Historical
Arslan Senki
  1. Production I.G
  2. Aubec
  3. studio Pierrot
  4. Daume
  5. J.C.STAFF
August 16, 1991 EDT

In the medieval kingdom of Pars, young Prince Arslan confronts the hostility of his father and the disinterest of his mother, and yearns to learn more about the world. Despite being surrounded by poverty and slavery, Arslan persists in seeing the possibility of a nobler world. Everything changes when the neighboring nation of Lusitania invades Pars, and Arslan is forced to grow up in an instant.

Arslan Senki follows Prince Arslan to war, where he struggles to save his nation and family with the help of a small but devoted circle of advisers. Along the way the young prince finds secrets around every corner and faces enemies who hate him because of what he is, but also finds friends where he least expects them. The story of nations at war, Arslan Senki is also the story of one boy's quest to stay himself in the most trying of circumstances.

  1. Adventure
Huckleberry Finn Monogatari
  1. Aubec
August 25, 1994 EDT

Series based on the novels "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," by Mark Twain, (Samuel Clemons).

We begin our adventure by the banks of the Mississippi River, where we see life through the eyes of a young boy named Huck Finn. Huck is a resourceful and spirited lad who knows how to survive on his own. He flees his father, and travels with Jim (a runaway black boy). He learns much about life from Jim.

Tom Sawyer is a mischevieous adventure hungry boy who has a zest for life. He's a true romantic at heart, but not above a little trickery to get his own way, or to get out of work.

Tom's life really starts to become complicated when he meets Huck. Together with Jim, they begin a series of adventures.