Based on the 4-koma story by Chama, the story revolves around energetic but annoying Amaya, zero-motivation Iwasawa, and docile Uehara, three fairly normal high school girls and their classmates. Their daily life is "what happens when there is nothing happening."
It sounds like a good premise, even if I'm not fond of moe-type.
Also known as 'Aku no Hana', this "corrupt pure-love story" revolves around Takao Kasuga (Shinichiroh Ueda), a bookish boy who loves the poems of Charles Baudelaire (the original author of the poetry collection Les Fleurs du mal or Flowers of Evil).
One day after school, he discovers and steals the gym clothes of Nanako Saeki (Yōko Hikasa), the girl he has a crush on. However, he learns that Sawa Nakamura (Mariya Ise), a girl he loathes, happens to catch him in the act. Nakamura blackmails Kasuga into a "contract," or else she will reveal his secret.
Director Tatsuo Sato revealed that the Bodacious Space Pirates film will open on February of next year. The film's official website had previously revealed a Winter 2014 opening date.
Sato is returning as the director and the screenwriter at the anime studio Satelight. Akira Yasuda ("Akiman") is once again adapting Noriyuki Matsumoto's original character designs for animation. King Record's Starchild Records label is producing the music.
Also known as 'Kakumeiki Valvrave'. It will premiere on April 11. Looking forward to it! It's been a while since we haven't seen a good new mecha anime!
Here's another trailer, the battles look awesome!
The story is set the year Shinreki ("True Calendar") 71, when 70% of the human race lives in space due to the development of space cities. Between two major powers — the Dorushia Military Pact Federation and the Atlantic Ring United States (ARUS) — there is a small neutral nation called Jiōru that has prospered economically. The protagonist Haruto (voiced by Ryota Ohsaka), a high school student who lives in Jiōru, encounters the mysterious "forbidden" humanoid weapon Valvrave when the Dorushia army invades.
The fifth movie in the installment of the classic Space Battleship Yamato 2199 series is titled 'Bōkyō no Gingakan Kūkan' (The Homesickness of Intergalactic Space), and it will premiere on April 13 in Japanese theaters, and will come out on DVD on May 28. This fifth film is composed of episodes 15-18 of this Space Battleship Yamato remake.
The CEO of Media Blasters, John Sirabella, posted a message on his company's official website regarding the state of many of its licenses.
Sirabella confirmed that Media Blasters no longer has the rights to the Bakuman., Rurouni Kenshin, and Berserk television anime series. Sirabella also noted while Media Blasters had once acquired the rights to Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei and Moyashimon, the company has no plans to release them and noted that "these titles can and may be licensed to another company."
The company is going through a restructuring process to pursue original endeavors through Fever Dreams.
Kodansha's Young Magazine is revealing on Monday that author Shūichi Shigeno is "at last" heading toward the finale of his Initial D manga. However, the exact date of the final chapter has not been revealed yet. The magazine will be giving away Initial D goods to 715 readers of the magazine's 16th issue.
The 18 year old manga follows Takumi Fujiwara, a high school boy with a natural talent for driving, in his racing pursuits on the public highways. The manga debuted in 1995, and Kodansha published the 46th book volume in January.
I predict lots of hilarious moments and material for this one!!
Japanese publishing giant Kodansha will debut a serialized manga adaptation of Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography in the May issue of Kiss magazine, out March 25, Anime News Network reports.
The manga will be Mari Yamazaki’s follow-up to Thermae Romae, her acclaimed historical comedy that comes to an end March 12 in Monthly Comic Beam. Yen Press publishes that manga in North America. Appearing Tuesday on the talk show Hello from Studio Park, Yamazaki revealed a peek at her rendition of Jobs, and said she felt sympathy for the computer pioneer.
Released in October 2011, less than three weeks after the death of the Apple co-founder, the authorized biography by Walter Isaacson is based on more than 40 interviews conducted with Jobs as well as with family members, friends, colleagues and competitors. Kodansha published the book in Japan.
There is still an OAD coming up, though. As long as they don't troll their audience on and off like Gintama anime. o.o
"ANN confirmed that Kodansha's TV Magazine announced on Friday that the Fairy Tail anime's television broadcast run will end on March 30. The adaptation of Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail fantasy adventure manga premiered on Japan's TV Tokyo station in October 2009.
The April issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine is revealing on Monday that the Driland anime will begin a new run in Fairy Tail's current Saturday 10:30 a.m. timeslot on April 6.
However, Mashima posted a statement to fans on his official Twitter feed on Saturday:
Until the time comes, I cannot say something I've always wanted to say, even on Twitter. Please be patient and wait until the time comes for me to announce some good news."