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In a slightly different timeline than ours, the explosion of information and misinformation came to be considered a direct threat to society. In a daring decision, it was decided to create a new government agency dedicated solely to information management. Some thirty years later, in 2019, the government still monitors and controls information, suppressing anything they find undesirable, but standing against their abuses of power are the libraries, with their special agents called

Library War is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on April 10, 2008.

Where do I stream Library War online? Library War is available for streaming on Fuji TV, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Library War on demand at Amazon Prime, Tubi TV online.

Fuji TV
1 Season, 13 Episodes
April 10, 2008
Animation & Cartoon
7.2/10
Cast: Marina Inoue, Ryôta Akazawa, Mayu Hayakawa, Akira Ishida
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Library War Full Episode Guide

  • Komaki is arrested for violating the human rights of a disabled minor, but the charges are trumped up by the Betterment Forces. It'll take the feelings of Marie, the young deaf-mute girl in love with Komaki, to save him.

  • Tezuka gets information from his brother that the Media Betterment Act agents will only fight at the art exhibition for a single day, which helps the Library Corps prepare for the assault. Three hours before the exhibition opens, MBA task force units comes crashing in and the defense force holds them back even after the MBA agents try to storm the barricade with full force. Their aggression forces LDF soldiers and officers to kill them as they would be killed. Shortly after MBA personnel retreat after Kasahara angrily fires at them, a single agent shoots Genda as he stands in front of the piece of art work the Library Corps was defending before unarmed LDF soldiers apprehend the renegade MBA agent. At the same time, the head of the Ibaraki library Commander Sugawara tries to destroy some implicating evidence against her. When Dojo attempts to interfere, he gets shot in the arm and caught in the resulting fire as Kasahara looks on after detaining the head librarian.

  • The library task force is sent out to train a peace loving library in Ibaraki Prefecture where there will be a prefectural art exhibition. There, being the first woman in the task force, Kasahara is constantly bullied by others during the mission. They even go as far as calling up Kasahara's mother and informing her of Kasahara's activities. Kasahara and her mother eventually reach an understanding and it is revealed that the reason why Kasahara's mother is so protective is because of an accident when Kasahara fell as a child and hit her head. Kasahara strikes back at the members of the Affairs Department and inspires Defense members to stand up to them as well.

  • Kasahara, Shibasaki, and Tezuka participate in the required promotion tests for librarians. During her time spent on studying, Kasahara panics when she thinks about how the one who saved her during her time as a high school student was Dojo himself. This revelation cripples her concentration to study until Dojo assists her by helping her prepare for the test. In the end, she passes the exams with Shibasaki and Tezuka as well. Kasahara gives Dojo some Chamomile essence oil as a means of showing her gratitude before Dojo asks her to take her to the shop where she obtained the oil so as to try some Chamomile tea.

  • Shibasaki is courted by a man who calls himself a government researcher, who is looking in to the history of book burning. Meanwhile, Tezuka's brother Satoshi attempts to recruit him for the 'Library Futures Project.' Can these two incidents be related somehow?

  • While transporting a rare book Kasahara and Komaki are attacked by Media Enhancement Troops.

  • Kasahara tries to keep her real job as a Defense member a secret from her parents to avoid being sent.

  • Despite being given the "safe" job, extremists take Commander Inamine hostage, and Iku places herself on the line as well.

  • The Kanto Library is set to receive important historical documents that the Betterment Committee would rather see censored. It's going to be an all-out battle to defend the books, and yet Iku's being left out of it.

  • Iku made it into the elite "Task Force" group, but she wasn't the only new recruit. Fellow rookie Tezuka's got it out for her even worse than Instructor Dojo; where Dojo wants Iku to grow, Tezuka sees only disappointment.

  • Iku Kasahara joined the Kanto Library Defense Force because she wanted to protect books. How's she supposed to do that when her instructor, Atsushi Dojo, has it out for her? Though she wants to be like her "prince," who gallantly protected her favorite children's book from censorship, Iku's got a long way to go before she catches up to him!