North American manga and novel publisher Vertical Comics announced at its panel at Katsucon on Friday that it has licensed NisiOisin and VOFAN‘s Bakemonogatari light novel series. The company plans to release the series starting in December. New novel announcement: BAKEMONOGATARI The volumes starting December 2016 pic.twitter.com/R3zc4bMMPD — Vertical Inc. (@vertical_ed) February 13, 2016 […]
This year’s seventh issue of Hakusensha‘s Hana to Yume magazine announced on Saturday that Julietta Suzuki‘s Kamisama Kiss (Kamisama Hajimemashita) manga will end in four more chapters. The manga’s next chapter will be in the ninth issue on April 5, and if it doesn’t take a break after that it will end in the 12th issue on May 20. The issue […]
Jitendar asks: In interviews and commentaries on anime discs, I often hear English VAs state that they like to be surprised regarding their characters and the story, which would be good if most of your work involved turning up to a booth, reading the lines, and relying on the voice director to guide the performances […]
The last volume (12th) of light novel Oreimo is released today in Japan and fans have posted photos of several illustrations in the book which more or less are going to tell you the ending without reading through the rest of the text. We all know that part of the fans are happy than ever, and the rest are just sad, and their angers fell on the burden of those poor books. Angry fans destroyed the whole collection of series, fired them, torn them apart, and any other ways you can imagine. Send us a photo if you are one of them. Continue reading if you want to be spoiled.
According to the announcement made yesterday on the official website of Media Factory, Noboru Yamaguchi, the author of Japanese light novel Zero no Tsukaima passed away on April 4 after battling with cancer for two years at the age of 41. We talked about Mr. Yamaguchi’s condition a lot two years ago when he was first to undergo surgery. For the light novel, Mr. Yamaguchi had planned a total of 22 volumes which was supposed to ended in 2012. However, the last volume published was volume 20 back in February 2011.
As we are all waiting impatiently for the upcoming second season of TV Anime Oreimo (Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai), the 11th volume of the light novel of the series indicates that the story will be ended in next volume. Guess fans will be thrilled by the news, especially to whom sent 500 threatening Emails to the author.
According to the back cover of the fourth volume of Full Metal Panic! Another, the author of the series Shoji Gatoh will be team up with Yuka Nakajima, the illustrator behind Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai, to launch a new light novel project. Friends may have question regarding the fourth season of the TV Anime of Full Metal Panic! when we mention the topic.
We’ve talked about the rumor of new season of TV Anime series Toaru Majutsu no Index and Toaru Kagaku no Railgun recently. These two series are from the same author Kazuma Kamachi who recently ready to launch his new series. With a title of Waltraute-san no Konkatsu Jijou (Waltraute’s Marriage Hunting Situation), the series is illustrated by Nagi and will be available in the March issue of Dengeki Bunko Magazine.
A new project of Sekina Aoi’s Seitokai no Ichizon (Student Council’s Discretion) and Yomi Hirasaka’s Haganai (Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai, lit. I Don’t Have Many Friends) was announced. It is an interesting collaboration between Fujimi Shobo and Media Factory where the two authors will write crossover stories.
The new light novel of series Full Metal Panic! is about to come out. It was confirmed quite a while ago in late May that the light novel, with a title of Full Metal Panic! Another will be released on August 20. It’s a spin-off story about 10 years after the story in Full Metal Panic! where Sousuke and Kaname are the protagonists.