If you want to see bulky men kill even bulkier men with only a finger, this is for you.
009-1: The Cold War never ended, and the world is divided into the West Block and the East Block, with a shaky 'false peace' kept by the threat of mutual destruction. Obviously, both sides try to tip the balance of power to their favour, using whatever means are available to them. The West Block has a team of cyborg spies, who never experience a dull moment...
Cool concept, nice art. The story of the first episode felt very "Metal Gear"-like to me (what with an army helicopter blowing up a tall building in a military base and all that).
Kekkaishi: Two neighbouring families claim that only they are the rightful inheritor of some mysitcal technique to seal away monsters. The son of one family is (in secret) friends with the daughter of the other family, but when they are out patroling the school grounds at night, they are rivals!
Pretty amusing, and it is interesting to see whether the two can learn to work together. I'm sure that will become necessary in the future.
The World's Strongest Disciple: Kenichi: Some dweeb (nicknamed 'Weak Legs') constantly gets bullied. He decides to become a strong martial artist, and following the advice of a girl who pulled off some cool moves against a band of thugs, he goes to a mysterious dojo, where only the strongest teachers teach!
If you think Souten no Ken is your cup of tea, then you might as well watch this one along with it.
Soko no Strain: Sara enlists in some space-pilot academy to learn how to pilot mecha. She wants to follow her brother, who got sent to the frontlines in the battle against the Deague. But one evening, the academy is attacked by Deague forces, and she sees her brother take off with a girl who was sleeping in a capsule somewhere on campus!
Good artwork, nice non-standard mecha. The writers don't have a problem with killing off their supporting cast either, which gives a sense of urgency as well.
Katekyo Hitman Reborn: A maffia hitman mentor travels to Japan, where the would-be don of the maffia lives: Tsuna, who is a totally unremarkable boy with a lack of courage. Whenever Tsuna thinks he can't do something, the hitman shoots him with a special 'Reborn'-bullet: those killed by it are immediately revived to fulfill their dying wish -- Tsuna must learn to live without regrets.
Artwork isn't very good, and the story is quite childish and not that funny.
Gift - Eternal Rainbow is set in a tiny village that is populated by people with a magical gift. They can give their feelings to someone, and if the feelings are mutual, a wish can be fulfilled. A rainbow is always visible over the village. Haruhiko is somewhat of an expert in this magic, and whenever things threaten to go wrong, he tries to fix things.
Quite 'moe', and will probably turn into a harem anime quite soon. The magical aspect is an interesting twist to it, though.
Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto: Set just before the Meiji Restoration, we see a lone swordsman sulk around the capital, while a troupe of stage performers are plotting the assassination of someone, for some reason, because they are busy with something -- or something like that. Add in a touch of the supernatural, and it all gets incomprehensible.