One day, the brave hunter Kyle and his lady Alita are out hunting creatures when suddenly, a large black dragon appears, kidnapping Alita and killing their companion in the process. Hope lies only with a powerful blue dragon named Blau who is hell-bent on putting a stop to the black dragon's sinister plans. Now, in order to save Alita and prevent further destruction, Kyle must join forces with Blau and stop their opponent from reaching the black tower before it's too late!
Neverland was once a beautiful paradise where humans, demons and gods all were equally feared and respected. But as time passed, groups found themselves vying for power, which led to the Neverland War – a war that claimed over twenty-million lives. Now, in the present, the hero Chiffon has claimed the powerful sword Tenmaken – the only sword that can destroy Demon King Janus. Princess Hiro, one of the daughters of Janus, travels with human mercenaries and bodyguards, unknowingly walking into the midst of a conflict that will change the course of Neverland forever. If Janus is killed, the land will be open to subjugation by all of the races of the world, including other demons. What will happen to Neverland?
If bad fantasy anime with extremely horrendous animation is your thing, look no further than Panzer Dragoon and Spectral Force. They are both so laughably terrible that it seems certain that those who like one would like the other.
So while I don't approve of your tastes, I can make this recommendation with relative certainty.
I don't remember much from watching either since MY LADY sothis made me do a drinking game while watching, but I do remember there being horribly done cgi backgrounds in both and both crappy uninteresting storylines. So if you're a fan of either plz give the other a try. If that's even possible.
Two nearly unwatchable shows, that with the help of a certain mentioned drinking game I was able to finish... If you enjoyed one of these and find yourself not a fan of actual plot or even images that make much sense- then do check out the other rare "gem."
Both are weird fantasy anime, with lots of action and plots that are -of course- only hinted at and are so convoluted that they manage to just serve as some flimsy pretext for making horrible OVAs.
Highly nonsensical, devoid of anything resembling quality and good taste, these anime are incredibly similar. Still, both can be found if watched with the right mindset, and by that I mean imbibing alcohol together with friends. Fans of crummy anime should not miss either title.
At the end of the 21st century, a comet struck Earth and devastated life as we know it. Some managed to escape on a spacecraft, and others managed to survive the blast which sent the planet into another ice age. Three hundred years later, those from outer space descended back to the planet - but what they found was not the world they knew before. Fierce creatures that can eat DNA now roam the land, and only the special task force of the Juno family known as the Geisters can put a stop to them. While the Geisters try their best to defeat these unstoppable foes, political turmoil and tensions run high. Those from the heavens try to control those on the surface, and believe that their Earth-bound counterparts are savages and must be stopped from rebelling. Who will survive these dark times?
Panzer Dragoon and Geisters are both outlandishly bad anime, from the freaking horrible CG to the poor excuse for a story. If you for some reason liked one, I'd imagine you'd be the kind of person to enjoy the other two.
Humans are under attack! The evil God of Death Thanatos is on a rampage, and it's up to Pit to put a stop to the Underworld Army's path of destruction. Armed with the Power of Flight that was granted to him from the goddess Palutena, Pit sets forth to complete his goal.
Look, comparing Panzer Dragoon's visual quality with Kid Icarus (based on the actual 3D video on the DS, not the quality of screenshots here) is pretty absurd - PD is TEEEERRRIIBLE. That being said, these two are pretty similar: short, generic action, and not really worth watching. Kid Icarus is like watching a trailer (which it kind of is), PD is just painful but hilarious. If you like short action/fantasy tidbits, these are similar. Kid Icarus is clearly WAY better though, visually.
In a dark version of the future, the world is protected by three guardians: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. The guardian of Silver is none other than Lemnear, a silver-haired beauty who is out for revenge for the death of her parents at the hand of an evil mage. With the lord of all evil on her tail, her body at risk of becoming one of many in a slave trader's harem, and Bronze being kidnapped, Lemnear has her work cut out for her...
Myu is a would-be swordswoman who has been tutored from a young age by her perverted grandfather. However, one day, Myu decides to leave her panty-obsessed teacher and joins School City Valanoir – a notorious school for fighters. Soon after arriving Myu is challenged to a duel by a new and beautiful rival named Ryuuto. Will Myu ever live the student life she’s dreamed of, or will defeat see her thrown out of school?
Both titles are tie-ins to rather obscure video games, though you can strike out the 'rather' in Valanoir's case. Both are also very bad, with nonsensical plots, bad animation, no character development, and they're highly enjoyable for all their terribleness.
If it's schlocky fantasy you want, these titles will certainly deliver.