Yoko Inokuma loves her little brother Kota and little sister Mitsuki, even if the young twins say they don’t like her. They’re big liars, and she knows it.
From the anime series Kiniro Mosaic (KINMOZA!)
Hazuki Yazakura has a different last name than her younger brother, Chitose Hitotose, and younger sister, Minazuki Rokumatsuri, because they’re orphans who became self-adopted siblings.
From the anime series Happy Lesson
Biscuit Griffon works for a private security company (and then a mercenary group) in order to make enough money to support his family and send Cookie and Cracker, his younger twin sisters, to school.
From the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
The overprotective parents of three siblings–eldest daughter, middle brother, and youngest sister–have kept them at home for their entire lives, completely isolating them from the outside world.
From the movie Dogtooth
Instead of wanting to be a ruler, Hikari Sakurada, the fifth princess, dreams of becoming a singing idol. Similarly, her younger brother, the third prince, Teru, only sees himself as a hero, while Shiori, the sixth princess and youngest child, just likes being with her family.
From the anime series Joukamachi no Dandelion (Castle Town Dandelion)
When his dad suddenly remarries, Basara Tojo finds himself with two younger step-sisters, Mio Naruse (red hair) and Maria Naruse (white hair), who happen to be actual demons.
From the anime series Shinmai Maou no Testament (The Testament of Sister New Devil)
Makoto Tachibana is adored by his little sister, Ran, and her twin brother, Ren.
From the anime series Free!
Happy Holidays from Sister/Brother Complex!
Twin sisters Ako and Riko Suminoe (left and right, respectively) can surely wipe the troubled expression from their younger stepbrother Keita’s face.
From the anime series Kiss x Sis
The Souda Triplets (from left to right) Manatsu, Mayura, and Masumi.
From the anime series RDG: Red Data Girl