If you think these are real, you have so been TROLLED

My friend Ty linked two upcoming anime charts that are clearly major trolls. Chart 1 is a Fall Anime list and chart 2 is for the spring. I don't feel like formatting this blog all fancily but here are some links to the few anime on these charts that have some evidence behind them but most of the 'anime' listed on these charts are just dreams of otaku who want their favorite manga to have an anime adaptation.

Chart 1 [fall 2010]-
Franken Fran (troll) (manga)
The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer (troll) (manga)
Despera (real - proof)
Pheonix Wright (troll) (but there are a few manga versions)
Claymore (troll) (the anime already came out. No proof of this 'half remake')
Sock Monkey Loves You (real- proof)
Persona 4 (troll) (manga)
Mysterious Girlfriend X (troll) (manga)
Bakemonogatari (troll) (original anime)
Birdy the Mighty (troll) (original ova)
Baccano 2 (troll) (original anime)
Onanie Master Kurosawa (troll) (manga)
The Twelve Kingdoms 2 (troll) (anime)
Vinland Saga (troll) (manga)
Fullmetal Panic s4 (troll) (anime)
Kamen Rider Spirits (troll) (manga)
Charm (troll)
Bereserk Ultimate (troll) (manga)
Gundam Sentinel (troll)
Deadman Wonderland (real - proof)
Shinchiro Watanabe Untitled Project (unsure)
Pokemon 12 ep ova (troll) (but a different one is coming out - here)
Yotsuba&! (major troll D:<) (manga)
Nadeisco sequel (troll) (anime)
My Bride is a Mermaid sequel (troll) (manga)
Houkago Play (troll) (manga)
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure ova (troll) (ova is already out)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar (troll)

Chart 2 [spring 2011]-
((working on this part...))


[Drama of the Week] Yankee-kun to Megane-Chan (8/8-14/2010)

Based on a manga of the same name ^^
# of episodes: 10
Shinagawa Daichi used to be a good student who has now become a delinquent, while class president Adachi Hana was a delinquent who is now trying to move on. Her secret is discovered by Shinagawa, but she involves herself trying to correct his ways.

[Anime of the Week] FMA Brotherhood (8/8-14/2010)

This version of the anime is a remake that sticks more closely to the manga which had it's final volume released June 2010.
Runtime: 24mins/ep
# of eps: 64
Rating: Older Teen 16+

Edward and Alphonse Elric are two alchemist brothers searching for the legendary catalyst called the Philosopher's Stone, a powerful object which would allow them to recover their bodies (which were lost in an attempt to bring their mother back to life through alchemy). Born in the village of Resembool from the country of Amestris (アメストリス Amesutorisu?), the two brothers lived there with their mother. Their father, Van Hohenheim, left home for unknown reasons and years later, their mother Trisha Elric died of a terminal illness, leaving the Elric brothers alone. After their mother's death, Edward became determined to bring her back through the use of alchemy, an advanced science in which objects can be created from raw materials. They researched Human Transmutation, a forbidden art in which one attempts to create or modify a human being. However, this attempt failed, ultimately resulting in the loss of Edward's left leg and Alphonse's entire body. In a desperate effort to save his brother, Edward sacrificed his right arm to affix Alphonse's soul to a suit of armor. Some days later, an alchemist named Roy Mustang visited the Elric brothers, and told Edward to become a member of the State Military of the country to find a way to recover their bodies. After that, Edward's left leg and right arm were replaced with automail, a type of advanced prosthetic limb, created for him by his close family friends Winry Rockbell and her grandmother Pinako.

Edward then became a State Alchemist (国家錬金術師 Kokka Renkinjutsushi?), an alchemist employed by the State Military of Amestris, which infamously annihilated most of the Ishbalan race (Ishbal) in the past decade. Becoming a State Alchemist enables Edward to use the extensive resources available to State Alchemists, but it also turns him into what many call a "dog of the military". His more friendly relationship with Mustang however, whom he reports to and who recruited him, allows the brothers freedom to search for the Philosopher's Stone as part of Edward's research, as each State Alchemist is expected to independently research new things which may be of a use to the State Military of Amestris. The brothers set off in search of the Philosopher's Stone as a means to restore their bodies. Throughout their journey, they meet many antagonists, including those who are willing to do anything to obtain the Philosopher's Stone; Scar, one of the few surviving Ishbalans, who seeks vengeance on the State Alchemists for the destruction of his race; and thehomunculi, a group of human-like creatures who carry pieces of the Philosopher's Stone inside themselves, and from it derive the ability to survive almost any harm.

As the story progresses, Edward and Alphonse discover the vast expansion of Amestris was the result of the homunculi, who created and secretly control the State Military. The homunculi and much of the high-ranking military officers are commanded from behind the curtains by the creator of the homunculi, a man simply known as "Father", who gained immortality through a Philosopher's Stone, which he created by tricking Hohenheim centuries before the series' timeline. He plans to use Amestris as a gigantic transmutation circle in order to transmute the entire country for reasons unknown to the Elrics. When Edward and Alphonse discover Father's plans, they, along with other members of the State Military, set out to defeat him.

As the forces collide, one by one, the remaining homonculi are defeated and Central city's troops are enlightened about the truth of the situation. However, Father temporarily harvests all the souls in Amestris, numbering several million, and using that power traps "God" and gains immense power. However, due to Hohenheim's earlier actions, the souls are brought back to their bodies by their spirits, and Father becomes unstable. Everyone joins in to fight Father, forcing him to use more and more of his stone. He is finally defeated by Edward with his original arm, Al having sacrificed himself to bring it back. After Father is trapped within the Truth, revealed to be God, Ed sacrifices his ability to use alchemy to bring Al back in his original body. The Elrics return to Resembool, but two years later, they separate in order to repay the people who helped in their journey. [wikipedia]