15-year-old freshman Charlie is a wallflower, always watching life from the sidelines, until two charismatic senior students become his mentors. Free-spirited Sam and her stepbrother Patrick help Charlie discover the joys of friendship, first love, music and more, while a teacher sparks Charlie's dreams of becoming a writer.
A man planning to commit a mass shooting at a rave is befriended by an eccentric group of partiers and finds himself conflicted about his intentions. Based on the real-life 2006 Capitol Hill Massacre in Seattle.
A high school quarterback has his future derailed by an eccentric girl that lives right next door.
Two stepsisters become rivals for the same handsome bachelor. Comedy.
The Wallflower is a manga series written by Tomoko Hayakawa. The individual chapters have been serialized in Bessatsu Friend since its premiere in 2000, and in 31 tankōbon volumes in Japan by Kodansha. The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga and in Singapore by Chuang Yi, under the name My Fair Lady. Nippon Animation adapted part of the manga series into a twenty-five episode anime series which aired on TV Tokyo and TV Aichi from October 3, 2006 through March 27, 2007. The anime adaptation has been licensed for Region 1 release by A.D. Vision, who paid $500,000. In 2008, The WallFlower became one of over 30 ADV titles whose North American rights were transferred to Funimation Entertainment.
Sunako is very happy living her life in the darkness of her room, with her skeleton friends and her horror movies to keep her company. The darkness she so loves is pierced brightly by four dazzling young men, who come to live in the same mansion as her, and she soon realizes that they have orders from her aunt to do anything to turn her into a prim and proper lady.