Loads of series ended this week, some of them have announced their second seasons, while some are still waiting for their next buyer lining up for the release of Blu-ray before making up their mind. No matter how, there is a fruitful season waiting for us. We have some really expected new sequels like the second season of Nisekoi, Fate/stay night and Hamachi, third season of High School DxD and of course new series like the next big hit from Kyoto Animation Hibike! Euphonium. We have lots to expect.
According to the official website, the third season of TV Anime Yuru Yuri was announced. Written and illustrated by Namori, Yuru Yuri is a Japanese Manga series revolves around the daily life of four middle school girls from the Amusement Club.
ShoukoChan is a collection of modern and fashionable Anime T-shirts that launched in July 2013. The project originally started when I was looking for a Date-a-Live T-shirt back when the series (season 1) was airing. I was really into the series then (My favorite character was Kurumi). Some designs are available, but they screams too much Anime for most to comfortably wear on a day out. Full body prints T-shirt from Japan looks great, but it is definitely not in trend with the conservative Anime culture where most of us live.
According to the teaser website of Mag Garden on Tuesday, a new Anime of ARIA was announced and will be screened on September 26, when an event of the series will be held. The new Anime has a title of ARIA The AVVENIRE (ARIA the Arrived), the new format of which hasn’t be confirmed yet, and was announced as part of the 10th anniversary project Ao no Curtain Call, as well as 10 years since the first TV broadcast of the TV Anime back in 2005.
Still remember the rumor of a new season of Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? three months ago? And the truth is, we fans have more power than you could ever imagine! Regardless how much we’ve contributed to this, we are more than happier to tell you that the second season of Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? was just announced.
Most of the new series were already aired and wonder how you like them. This is a good season, with lots of interesting shows around. Some of them are really worth checking out, while the rest might depending on your energy and schedule. In the following list, we list several of them that we think you might want to have a try.
Welcome to the new year. So here is our latest preview of new TV Anime coming this Winter, starting from next week. What, having a boring weekend? Well, something great is just around the corner. We have over 30 series this coming around and have to say that I am not very excited about most of them. With a moderate expectation in mind, we do have some shining titles like the new Monogatari series which just finished aired this week, some really well promoted and fan orientated products like Kantai Collection and Cinderella Girls.
With 2014 coming to an end, I cannot help but feel a bit nostalgic and look back at what we’ve done in the past twelve months. Barely nothing! It was an year of instability, slowness and climbing down. Looking at the new year, it would definitely to be another year or uncertainty, with a career in one hand and hobbies among other things in the other, it is time to balance and mix them for the best cocktail.
According to the official website, the second season of TV Anime To Love-Ru Darkness was just announced. Written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, To Love-Ru Darkness is a Japanese Harem Manga series revolves around Rito, our male protagonist.
We’ve talked about the announcement of the new season almost half an year ago and now we are back. According to the official website of the series, the third season of the TV Anime High School DxD will be aired in next Spring, April 2015. With a new subtitle of Highschool DxD BorN, you can probably expect the similar fan services as its prequels.