Ikoku Irokoi Romantan: Yaoi. Ranmaru, a brattish heir to a Yakuza clan has to marry in a political marriage -- and neither he nor his bride are happy about it. Their wedding is on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean, and Ranmaru catches the eye of a very elegant and Japan-loving Italian when he gets into a scuffle with other Yakuza... One thing leads to another, etc etc etc.
Kaiketsu Zorori: Zorori is a fox, who left home to make his mark on the world -- by doing mischief! He gains two henchmen in the two boar brothers, who are loyal but not that bright... When the princess of the land is about to get married to Arthur, the Black Panther, Zorori devises a plan to gain the hand of the princess himself!
Quite cartoonish and upbeat, for younger children. Don't expect detailed animation or deep plots!
Rosario + Vampire: Tsukune failed his grade in middle school, and so he can't go to a high school -- until his father happens to find admission papers for a highschool in the street! And so Tsukune enters 'Youkai Academy' -- which turns out to be a school for monsters! The monsters are instructed to keep their monstrous nature hidden, because they have to learn to fit in with human-dominated society. Tsukune needs to keep the fact that he is a human hidden from his fellow students and the staff! He also meets Moka, a lovely girl, who turns out to be a vampire. But her monstrous nature is held in check by the rosary she wears around her neck, and she decides she wants to be friends with him. Obviously, Tsukune gets into a fight and removes the rosary and Moka kicks the ass of whatever bad-ass is waylaying Tsukune...
Beautiful character designs, lots of panty shots... and poor Tsukune is completely worthless. Will probably turn into 'monster of the week' (quite literally)...
H2O - Footprints in the Sand: Takuma has turned blind due to some kind of traumatic occurrence. He transfers to a school in the suburbs to do some healing. His new school is filled with beautiful girls, obviously. (And, equally obviously, due to his clumsiness Takuma gets to grope them during various situations...) One of the girls, Hayami, always gets into trouble, and gets blamed (and subsequently beaten up) for pretty much everything -- in spite of Takuma's protests. And then there is the mysterious girl who calls herself a spirit, who only visits Takuma when he is alone...
Typical moe harem-anime fare. The character designs take moe another step further. But there is something simmering just below the surface, just like with Shuffle or Sola...
Emily of New Moon: Anime remake of Emily of New Moon. Emily's forehead gave me nightmares.
Shion no Ou: Shion's parents were murdered when she was little, and she was raised by their neighbours -- who just happen to be professional Shogi players. Shion is a natural, and she rises through the ranks quickly. The first episode shows her during the final qualifications to get a pass to become a pro! Obviously, she is up against quite good players, some of whom have their own secrets. And her past comes back to haunt her too!
This could be a nice 'sports anime' (with shogi instead of a sport, just like Hikaru no Go had go), but it starts off so heavy-handed that I found it hard to get into.
Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro: Neuro is a demon who feeds on mysteries, or rather: their solution. He has solved all mysteries in the demon world, and so he has crossed over to the human world to feed. He hooks up with Yako, a girl whose father was murdered. She establishes herself as a detective, but behind the scenes it is Neuro who does all the deductions, and uses various deus ex machine-like demonic powers and leaves no opportunity to tell poor Yoko she is stupid.
Reasonably well executed, but the mysteries aren't really interesting and can easily be solved by the application of one of Neuro's many demonic powers. Also, cocaine soup FTW!
Minami-ke: Three sisters live together. There is the gentle and motherly elder sister, the energetic and stupid middle sister, and the smart and unfriendly younger sister. Not much happens, but it is fun none the less -- a bit like Ichigo Mashimaro, except with older girls.
Kodomo no Jikan: A young teacher starts teaching a class with some hyper-sexualised grade schoolers. Left a bad taste in my mouth. Blegh.
Himawari!!: Second season of Himawari!, wherein Himawari tries to become a full-fledged ninja by studying at the Ninja Academy.
Armored Trooper Votoms: Pailsen Files: Militaristic mecha series. It all starts off with an attack on a beachhead by rather cumbersome mechanised armored troopers -- though apparently the armor isn't thick enough to counter the fire from a fortification at the top of the beach. And though there is some air support, nobody seems to think it a good idea to drop a few cruise missiles or bombs at the fortification -- the tactics of the operation seems to amount to "through enough mecha at it, and maybe it'll work". And meanwhile there is a courtmartial in session against some guy named Pailsen who did something bad. Or something like that...
The CGI is pretty good, but the first episode left us depressed and confused.
Ghost Hound, the Production I.G. 20th anniversary production -- so it has ample budget to spend on the animation and digital effects. And it shows: the series is quite lush! Story-wise it is also interesting: main character is the son of a sake brewer, who was kidnapped along with his sister some years ago. She died, but he was found just in time to survive -- but his dreams are still haunted by the things he saw. Add some supernatural occurences, and you have a very interesting mix indeed.