There is much anime on my shelf that I have wanted to watch, as well as show all of you. So, this time we'll just be choosing from a list of anime that has sat unopened on my shelf, which is a surprisingly large amount, but I will narrow it down to 4 for you all to chose.
Tweeny Witches: Episodes 1 - 20
When a young girl (Arusa) who believes in magic finds herself falling into a magical world, she finds herself unwittingly unleashing all the captive fairies of the land, which causes witches to run out of the fuel that gives them power. Now, she and two young witches are magically bound by a spell to re-capture all the fairies, but it's really hard when Arusa keeps freeing them.
Black Lagoon: Episodes 1-12
Rokuro was an ordinary Japanese businessman until he carried sensitive info from his company for a quick buck. The wrong place at the wrong time leads him to be kidnapped by a band of mercenaries led my a deadly femme fetale in short shorts. To survive his company that now considers him expendable, he is forced to re-invent himself as Rock, the brains behind Black Lagoon, the most cutthroat band of mercenaries around.
Steel Angel Kurumi: Episodes 1-20
On a dare, Nagahito (a spiritualist in training) goes into an abandoned mansion and accidentally awakens a powerful android known as Kurumi. She is immensely loyal to her master who awakened her. However, the army wants Kurumi for their cause, as does an unknown force that kidnaps Kurumi's creator. Nagahito Kurumi, and her android sister Saki, must search for the mysterious organization, while having fun and building romance along the way.
These are mini-episodes, so it's really 10. Also, since Crunchyroll forced many trailers and stuff off YouTube, watch the trailer on IMDB below.
The Heroic Legend Of Arslan (Movies 1 & 2, OVAs, 1-4)
Unusually, this anime is medieval action/drama. Though magic is hinted at, it attempts to tell a more realistic story and doesn't really focus on it.
Arslan, the crown prince of Palse, has his kingdom taken over by the neighboring country of Lusitania when Arslan's father (the current king) finds himself betrayed by one of his followers. Now, barely escaping with his life, Arslan must travel the globe with companions he finds along the way, such as the philosopher/swordfighter Narsus, young servant Elam, the cold Priestess Pharangese, and the muscian/con man, Gieve, and start his quest to build an army to one day take back his Kingdom.