- Kusoshitsuji (the manga research club at my school really likes this manga. Sakamoto Maaya and Ono Daisuke are the mains, with Fukuyama Jun and Paku Romi also appearing)
- Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae (I've seen the first two, so I'll be continuing. The main cast is returning.)
- Gundam 00 part 2 ('nuff said)
- Nodame Cantabile Paris-hen (same cast, with a couple of additions. I'm actually more interested in this part of the story than in the previous. The only worry is if the anime ends before the manga does...though Ninomiya-sensei has indicated that she's almost finished!)
and the OVAs:
- Goku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei and
- Switch (Fukuyama Jun, Sakurai Takahiro, Suwabe Juunichi...this is one I'm guaranteed not to miss)
and the maybes...
- Hakushaku to Yousei (Midorikawa Hikaru, Mizuku Nana, Sugita Tomakazu...a lot of others, including Miyano Mamoru and Kamiya Hiroshi)
- ga-rei-zero (nice-looking character design, though with what seems to be a premise aimed at teenagers, maybe)
- Mouryou no Hako (great cast, including Morikawa Toshiyuki and Kiuchi Hidenobu, but the plot could be a hit-and-miss)
- Vampire Knight Guilty (I do want to watch this, if only for a couple of really cool side-characters...but that'll mean I have to go back and finish season 1...(^_^;), heh...)
- Tytania (sounds interesting...)
Full list (for non-OVAs) is here.
Oh, and lastly for today, I just watched Vexille, a CG film dating from last year. It's got an interesting (if simple and not fully-explored) premise, along with a supposed commentary on Japanese nationalism, and some excellent action scenes. Now if only they could improve on the facial expressions, which seem flatter than ever.