Pretty much anything that was Anime First. Suisei no Gargantia, for instance. Angel Beats, for another. The Big O, Blood+, Code Geass, Lyrical Nanoha, Girls und Panzer, Izetta, so on and so forth. Those all started from "nothing", rather than being adapted from a manga or a light novel. We don't get a whole lot of these these days.
Definitely an improvement over this summer's releases.
Fans of J-pop Idol Anime hold on to your butts, because all the major players are returning this upcoming season. [Idolm@ster is gender flipping things, which could be interesting if you don't mind the obvious Fujoshi bait.]
Several other returning shows also make this a busy fall.
The new and original shows don't really seem to have much on offer. Nothing really jumps out at me as a must watch, but there are some shows that might prove interesting.
Not many movies, but a few of them seem interesting. Same goes for OVAs.
I saw that trailer yesterday myself... as I monitor the feeds that ANN puts out.
I actually think HSDXD had/has a lot of potential, I quite like the fairly rich, detailed and flexible backdrop and overall universe. I also like several individual characters I wish they would focus on more. Not much a fan of Rias and think the series should focus more on her not exactly being as nice as she comes off, but that is a minor point...
But despite that, the one thing to consistently ruin my view of it is they potentially picked IMHO one of the single worst characters ever in all of anime to do the entire series viewpoint from. Following not just Isse's point of view but also his thoughts is a major deterant to me liking the series.
Having super major important scenes completely disrupted by his thoughts/actions ruins the story flow, ruins the mood, and is quite aggravating.
I keep just wishing either they would change the viewpoint (say, for example, a season from the viewpoint for Sona or focus on Sona's group) or kill Isse off and give the view to someone else in Rias's group... either would work well for me.
I read fan fiction for this series, but almost exclusively it is either crossovers that reduce / replace Isse's role, stories that focus on a different group, or stories that change him so much to make him unrecognizable.
I'll probably still watch the series... but not really looking forward to more Isse.
It is worse than that... remember, we have access to his thoughts... so based on that we know at no point during these scenes is he at least consiously dwelling on it.
Of even more relevance to me... is why do they like him... Rias cannot possibly like someone feeling her up at critical battle moments and loudly debating the well being of her left vs. right side when something is coming to kill them... or publicly going into a battle frenzy after loudly declaring the horror of a mistaken belief someone is going to shrink her assets... Basically, despite saving her, he makes out, whether true or not, she is an object to him...