Spring anime starts in April, but the sheer amount of titles...
Can we just skip March? Plz?
Shokugeki no Souma - YES PLZ. I so want to see how they'll adapt this cooking manga. Think Master Chef, but with anime tropes and craziness. And the, er, kinda awkward foodgasms. Yukihira Souma aims for greatness in a cooking school of the elite of the elite, where the students are weeded out so that out of a 1000 students, less than 10 graduate by the end of their 3rd year. (The manga is a good read too, the abilities of the writer and the artist work well together) If you like the types of cooking shows that give the contestants a theme and a time limit and see what the heck they'll come up with, that's essentially this manga in a nutshell.
Kyoukai no Rinne - from the creator of Inuyasha, except with a cooler male protagnist lol. (sorry) Sakura was "spirited away" as a girl, and though she doesn't remember it, the after effects of seeing ghosts is now a great annoyance to her. One day, a usually absent classmate of her's shows up... but no one else can see him? Is he a ghost or a human? Or...? And what is the great red wheel of fate? Well, like all of Takahashi Rumiko's stories, it goes on and on and on and on and... lol. It's pretty interesting, sending ghosts to the after life to get reincarnated.
Kekkai Sensen - tbh, I just really want to see the anime because the translators dropped the manga. T^T ... oh, darkhorse took up the license, that's why. Thanks wiki. Now I should hunt that down. I'm always partial to supernatural agencies that regulate the supernatural. Libra, a crimefighting agency, located in formerly New York City (now Jerusalem's Lot), tries to keep the paranormal in the city from getting out of hand.
Gintama` - YESSSS. I thought the Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya was it for Gintama anime, but another season! We had Gintama S1-4, Gintama', Gintama': Enchousen, and noooow.... Gintama`.
(yes, that's Gintama-backtick after Gintama-apostrophe.)
Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru no Darou ka? - aka, Is it Wrong to Try to Pickup Girls in a Dungeon. Well, yes it's a bit of a harem (...no, it's totally a harem), but it's also a fantasy rpg style plot, so I read it until chapter 15 before the harem started to get to me. Bell Cranel's a new adventurer who contracted with ... a poverty goddess. As a rookie, he's made fun of a lot, but his secret skill is something only his goddess, Hestia knows of, and ... it's frighteningly efficient in catapulting him straight into the big leagues.
Mikakgura Gakuen Kumikyou - LAST NOOOOOTE! Where Mekakucity Actors was an adaptation of composer Jin's Vocaloid song series Kagerou Project, Mikakgura Gakuen Kumikyou is composer Last Note's adaptation of his Mikakgura Gakuen Kumikyou series (well, he wrote the light novel too). There is less trippiness in this series, about a school where representatives from each extracurricular club battle each other with special abilities. And, frankly, I prefer Last Note's songs. Seriously, he ranks among my favourite vocaloid songmasters.
The (incomplete) song project playlist: [link]
The first song, cause i can't get the playlist to work:
(EDIT, found one with eng subs)
There's a few other new animus that look promising too, but here's the list I just... want to come out now.