The legendary curse has been rebooted, and we dive into the origins of the doomed Saeki family.
Captain America trades in his shield to live on a long train in a snowy, post-apocalyptic world.
A romantic story in which every supporting character who shows up confesses their love for the main characters.
An English teacher decides that the source of problems in today’s society are his school’s students and teachers. The remedy: his shotgun.
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A Korean and Japanese, both childhood rivals, form an unlikely bond when they are forced to depend on each other during hellish WWII.
A defense attorney finally finds a witness that can prove her client innocent. The problem is he’s a 500-year old ghost.
A woman suddenly disappears without a trace. Her fiancee searches frantically, and he realizes that she is not who she claims to be.
Phoenix Wright is a rookie lawyer against all odds. To find the truth to his latest case, he has to flip logic on its head.
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The king’s concubine gets stuck in the middle of the prince’s lust, her former lover’s scheme for revenge, and her mother-in-law’s thirst for power.
Noa and Noe run a hamburger shop along the Galaxy Turnpike. Day to day, folks of different alien races stop by, and havoc and shenanigans ensue.