Dragon Ball Z: Red Ribbon Rebels

#18 crosses her arms while #17 looks back

Lapis (on the right) and his sister Lazuli were turned into powerful cyborgs by Doctor Gero as part of a plan to defeat Goku. However, the twins, now known as #17 and #18, had other plans.
From the anime series Dragon Ball Z

Game of Thrones: Children of the Rose

Margaery and Loras Tyrell sitting and waiting

Scions of House Tyrell: Ser Loras and Margaery.
From the television series, Game of Thrones, adapted from George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels.

Happy Siblings Day!

Toru and Akari Acura from the anime series Chaika - The Coffin Princess (Hitsugi no Chaika)

Siblings Day is a holiday recognized in many parts of the United States that celebrates the relationships of brothers and/or sisters, blood or otherwise. Of course, the appreciation of siblings should not be limited to one day, but it is good to stop and think once in a while about their role in your life and your role in theirs. You are important to one another, even if it’s not always shown or said. I enjoy recognizing and sharing such relationships on Sister/Brother Complex, and I will continue to do so for as long as I can.

Image from the anime series Chaika – The Coffin Princess

Chaika – The Coffin Princess: Saboteur Siblings

Toru and Akari Acura are both specially trained warriors.

Do not get in the way of sabotage experts Toru and Akari Acura unless you are prepared to fight.
From the anime series Chaika – The Coffin Princess

Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu: Amusement

Akira Yoshii holds in her hand a cartoonishly small version of her younger brother, Akihisa

Akira enjoys teasing her younger brother, Akihisa (seen here in Chibi* form), while he does his best to endure it.
From the anime series Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu

*Chibi is a type of drawing style where the character is shown as an exaggerated, smaller version of themselves.

Maria-sama ga Miteru: All Eyes On You

Yumi and Yuki Fukuzawa standing in front of a wall and looking embarrassed

Yumi Fukuzawa and her younger brother, Yuki, have both caught the attention of their respective student councils.
From the anime series Maria-sama ga Miteru

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin OVA Coming Soon

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin logo

Based on the manga that retold the story of the original Mobile Suit Gundam television series, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin is a four-part anime adaptation that focuses on Casval Rem Deikun and his sister Artesia as they endure the hardships that lead up to the One Year War.

If you love Gundam, giant robots, or war stories, this should be on your watch list. The first of the four episodes should be available for viewing soon, but the second one won’t be available until this fall. Watch the trailers for both below.

Obligatory Spoiler Notice – The first trailer does reveal a plot point from the original 1979 series, so skip the first sixteen seconds.

Episode One trailer (English dubbed)

Episode Two trailer (English dubbed)


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