Anime List (Categorized as "Science Fiction") Sort '; Name (A-Z) Name (Z-A) Last Updated Oldest Updated Most Popular Most Popular (Weekly) Most Popular (Monthly) Least Popular Last Added Early Added Top Rating Lowest Rating N/A Getter Robo G The story take place just after the end of Getter Robo when the empire of the Oni, some sort of demons in the japanese mythology, wipes out the enemies of the first series: the dinosaurs. The primary goals of the oni's empire, whose leader is the emperor Brai, it's to take over the world and the getter rays technology. Dr. Saotome builds a new Getter Robo, the Getter Robo G, that is much stronger than the first one and still composed by three getter-machines: Dragon, the red one, Ryger, the blue one (instead of the white one of the first series) and Poseidon, the yellow one. The Getter's pilots are the same except for the third getter-machine where Benkei has replaced Musashi. N/A Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Individual Eleven Taking the "A" Story from Second Gig. When a series of terroists attacks commited by a group called the Individual Eleven becomes attributed to the already sensitive refugee problem. It's up to Section 9 to solve the problem. and The Major finds a suprising link to her past. N/A Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man In 2024, the terrorist incident known as "The Laughing Man Incident" occurred in which Ernest Serano, president of the groundbreaking micromachine company, Sereno Genomics, was kidnapped and ransomed. One day, the case having remained unsolved for six years, Detective Yamaguchi, who has been investigating "The Laughing Man Incident," sends word that he wants to meet with Togusa from Public Safety Section 9. However, soon after sending this message, Yamaguchi, crucial to the success of the case, dies in an accident. Many days pass and in the midst of a police interview relay concerning suspicions behind interceptors, a forewarning is received from "The Laughing Man" of his next crime. The incorporeal hacker begins to move once again. N/A Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Yuuno Scraia is a mage from a distant planet working to fix the problem he started when Jewel Seeds were accidentally spread around the world. In a failed attempt to seal a seed properly, he winds up on Earth in the form of a ferret. However, his battle with the seeds did not end upon reaching the Earth and he needs somebody else's help to seal the seeds for him. Takamachi Nanoha hears his telepathic cries for help and comes to his rescue. When she is given a pearl known as the Raging Heart she is able to transform into Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and wield a staff to fend off the evil that lies within the Seeds. In order to help Yuuno complete his mission, she needs to seal all 21 Jewel Seeds away, but Fate may be playing a hand in the matter to prevent Nanoha's goals. N/A New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop is a novel that takes place approximately 22 years after the events of the New Mobile Report Gundam Wing television series and Endless Waltz OVA and movie in the new "Mars Century" or "M.C." era. N/A Nuku Nuku (OAV) When Ryunosuke's pet cat dies in an accident, his inventor father "resurrects" the cat by placing its brain in an android body made in the form of a young girl. The Android, Nukunuku, has the dual purposes of being a companion/sister for Ryunosuke as well as being a bodyguard for his father. Nukunuku's extreme strength and feline agility are regularly needed to protect Ryunosuke and his father from Ryunusuke's mother who seeks to kidnap them both following her divorce from his father. Her motives towards Ryunusuke are simple motherly love, however her genius-inventor-ex-husband she wants to put to work designing weapons of mass destruction for her weapons company. N/A Nuku Nuku (TV) Each episode centers on Nuku Nuku's adventures and mishaps in high school, and her relationship to students, the overall series plot centers on the evil Mishima Industries' scheme to dominate the world through its products. In opposition to this plan are the slightly nutty Kyuusaku Natsume and Nuku Nuku, the android who acts as a companion to his young son. Nuku Nuku's classmates are all eccentrics, Futaba, the class president, is a domineering control-freak, who cannot leave her authority in school. Chieko Shirakaba is the rich snob with the two yes-girls who always take her side. There is a bookworm, a mystic, a scientist, and a pop singer. All of these are true to their descriptions: the mystic is always foretelling doom via tarot cards, spirits, or some other occult technique. The pop singer never says anything except as a song. The bookworm always has her nose in a book. These eccentricities add to the series' humor. N/A Nuku Nuku Dash A more serious re-telling of The Nuku-Nuku Story. In this re-telling Nuku-Nuku is the creation of Kyusaku Natsume's Mentor, Professor Higuchi . When Mishima Industries Brings about a nefarious plot to rule the world. Nuku-Nuku finds herself battling not only someone close to her, but, also a past that come back to haunt her and it may bring Maneki City to it's knees. N/A Saber Marionette R Jr., the heir of Romana and his battle sabers Cherry and Lime, who have girl circuits are enjoying their peaceful life in Romana. Suddenly, the evil Star-Face and his sexadolls attack Romana in order to take over so Star-Face can become the next High Official. In order to truly become the next High Official and ruler of Romana, he must first eliminate Jr. This begins a battle for, not only Jr.'s life, but for all of Romana. N/A Spiral Zone Spiral Zone is a 1987 American science-fiction animated series produced by Atlantic/Kushner-Locke. Based in part from a toy line made by Japanese company Bandai, the series focused on an international group of soldiers fighting to free the world from a scientist who controls much of the Earth's surface. It only ran for one season, with a total count of 65 episodes.