Follows the adventures of high school student Kagome and the feral half-demon dog-boy Inu-Yasha as they join forces to reclaim the "Jewel of Four Souls" to prevent evil mortals and demons from using its terrifying powers.
Stories the director himself said they didn't dare put in the animeQ: What happens when you try to act like an anime character in real life? A: EXCEL SAGA. Two groups of neighbors in an apartment building lead secret lives. One thinks they're trying to take over the city of Fukuoka. The other thinks they're trying to defend it. Only their bosses, would-be conqueror Lord Il Palazzo and obsessed bureaucrat Dr. Kabapu, know the truth behind this increasingly dangerous private game... Too bad neither will let their underlings in on it There's always an election coming up, and the city of Fukuoka won't be spared either. But what petty party stooge is this so-called candidate for mayor who dares presume to take control of a town Lord Il Palazzo has already stamped Property of ACROSS? Excel and Hyatt go undercover by volunteering for the campaign, and discover that democracy Japanese-style will have you begging for hanging chads. Vol. 03 of Excel Saga stays strong on the issues like health care reform, which must be why the girls have dressed up like nurses and snuck into the local hospital--where awaits everyone's favorite butcher, I mean, lecher: I mean, Doctor Iwata, M.D. Then: Not a dream Not an imaginary story One night, when the whole apartment's asleep, enter a place where even Freud would fear to tread: the REM state of our characters Refreshed, Excel Saga's neighbors get up and go to work as their secret alter egos: yes, in this issue the good guys and bad girls (DISCLAIMER Designations Good and Bad subject to the requirements of public policy) make dim first contact in the city sewers. Will it end senselessly in a waste of human life, or just in human waste?
Keitaro has finally passed the Todai entrance exam but all is not happily ever after. He finally confesses his love to Naru but her reaction is not what he expected and the rest of the crew lend him their support. However, the greatest help of all may come from his rival Seta who announces his intention to marry Haruka.
In his enduring struggle to be accepted into the hallowed halls of Tokyo University, Keitaro Urashima takes another stab at the grueling entrance exam. But living in a household of beautiful, young, nubile women can get a bit distracting, especially since Keitaro has fallen head over heels in love with one of them, the fair Naru. Of course, the thirteen-year old Shinobu has fallen in love with Keitaro, and...well, it's always a romp-filled farce for the residents at Hinata House.
Hideki is thrilled to have a persocom of his own, the enigmatic Chi. His friends tell him that Chi is a supercomputer. The more time Hideki spends with Chi, the more it feels like an actual relationship. But as Chi's feelings for Hideki intensify, she begins to unlock the secrets of her past, secrets that are better left forgotten.
A freak accident turned Hitoshi Kobe's home-brewed AI program number 30 into a real girl, and 30 turned Hitoshi's life upside-down in many wild, wonderful ways. But even as Hitoshi faces the challenges of another bad birthday and surviving Saati's attempts at cooking, another freak accident could prove to be one freak accident too many.
Transported to the Universe of the Four Gods, Miaka is saved from the Imperial Guards when she is proclaimed to be the Priestess of Suzaku. But now she must deal with the lovestruck Emperor and the ire of his would-be bride.
Keitaro Urashima made a promise to his childhood sweetheart that he would get into Tokyo University. Well, he's failed three times and the girl of his past has been replaced with six girls in his present. Keitaro has taken the entrance exam once again and having fallen asleep halfway through, he fears the worst.
In this entry, spunky little schizoid Ropponmatsu II has moved in to brighten everyone's lives, and when Excel and Hyatt try to find a little quiet outside, they run smack into Lolita Orphan Annie: little lost Hiyoko-chan, object of the scientific affection of the admittedly even prettier Dr. Shino-ji. The tragic duty of getting Excel Saga's story moving again must then fall to Ropponmatsu I, who induces a strange communication between the two would-be masters of Fukuoka.