Netflix is bolstering its lineup of anime with projects including an adaptation of video game Dragon’s Dogma and a series from the creators of Kick Ass.

This comes after it unveiled a slate of five anime series last year including a remake of its own sci-fi series Altered Carbon. The spin-off is being produced by Anima and will explore new elements of the story mythology.

The SVOD service is partnering with Sublimation on Dragon’s Dogma, a remake of the RPG video game. It will follow a man’s journey seeking revenge on a dragon who stole his heart.

Spriggan is an original series based on a classic manga tale from Hiroshi Takashige and illustrated by Ryoji Minagawa. It is an edgy sci-fi battle action about a man with supernatural powers to seal historical remains and is produced by David Production.

Ghost in the Shell: SAC _2045 is sequel to the Ghost In the Shell SAC series and is directed by Kenji Kamiyama and Shinji Aramaki and produced by Production I.G, Inc.

Vampire in the Garden, from WIT Studio, is an original series that follows two girls Momo and Fine from different backgrounds who meet by chance. A story about an unlikely friendship between human and vampire race that intertwines with the power or music.

Finally, Super Crooks, produced by Bones.inc, is a story by Mark Millar and artist Leinil Francis Yu, the creators of Kick Ass and Wanted. It is a crime thriller meets supernatural drama from Netflix-owned Millarworld.

“Netflix aims to be the most compelling and attractive home for anime fans, creators and production studios. We are creating an environment where production houses can do their best work, and deliver their shows on a service where we connect anime fans from over 190 countries to content they love” said Netflix Director of Content (Japan), John Derderian.