Fuuka: Table Talk – Part I

Maya Haruna, Yuu Haruna, Hibiki Haruna, and Chitose Haruna standing around a table

The Haruna siblings–Maya, Hibiki, Yuu, and Chitose–live together in an apartment.
From the anime series Fuuka


Magikano: All for One

Haruo Yoshikawa, Maika Yoshikawa, and Chiaki Yoshikawa standing together looking at Fuyuno Yoshikawa

Haruo Yoshikawa has incredibly powerful but destructive magical abilities, but he isn’t aware of them or of magic in general because Maika, Chiaki, and Fuyuno, his magic-using, younger sisters, act normal in order to protect him.
From the anime series Magikano

Joukamachi no Dandelion: The Royal Bunch – Part III

Aoi, Shu, Kanade, and Akane Sakurada in a neighborhood

Aoi Sakurada, the blue-haired first princess, is the most favored to win the election to succeed the king. Her younger siblings, Shu the first prince and Kanade the second princess, are twins who are diametrically opposed when it comes to their interest in winning. (She cares; he doesn’t.) Meanwhile, Akane, the shy third princess who often hides behind her older siblings in public, prefers to live life out of the spotlight.

From the anime series Joukamachi no Dandelion (Castle Town Dandelion)

Flowers in the Attic: Silence by the Window

Chris, Cathy, and twins Carrie and Cory Dollanganger looking through an attic window

Chris, Cathy, and the younger twins Carrie and Cory Dollanganger must spend their adolescent lives locked away in the attic of their grandparents’ mansion.
From the Lifetime movie Flowers in the Attic adapted from V.C. Andrews novel.

Sis Plus: Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Oldest brother pats his middle sister on her head while her older and younger sisters look on

The unnamed pastry chef brother and his three younger sisters (going clockwise from right): Shiho, Himeka, and Cocoa.
From the manga series Sis Plus