Merry Christmas! Hope you are enjoying your holiday and have a great winter ahead, regardless of whether we are going to have snow in a day or two. Apart from our greeting, we are prepare to launch a new forum and if you are interested in getting involved, as an early participant or even a moderator, read on.
According to the official website, the OVA of Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun was announced and will be bundled with the 12th volume of the Manga which will be released in the summer of 2013. The TV Anime of the series ended yesterday and as we were talking about the possibility of a second season since the story didn’t ended without questions, the official website made the announcement just before Christmas.
It’s winter again, and wonder how you guy like the new Anime in the previous season. We have a great variety of genres in this winter, including some of our long-waited series like Minami-ke, Chihayafuru and Haganai, and a bunch of Harem series like OreShura and idol Anime like Love Live! and AKB0048. Of course, we cannot fail to mention our most expected series Tamako Market from Kyoto Animation again, wonder what kind of surprise they will bring us after continue with Hyouka and Chuunibyou. Well, guess we are going to have a really busy winter.
The new TV Anime of Hayate no Gotoku! (Hayate the Combat Butler!) just ended this week and as the fans were wondering if there would be another season as the ending was in such a quick pace, the announcement was made that a new Anime of the series will be aired in next Spring. The announcement was made on the 2013 combined 4th/5th issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday on Wednesday. The new Anime seems to inherit the character design and story line of the Anime just ended and therefore we refer it as the second cur of the new Anime.
According to the February issue of Manga Time Kirara Max, TV Anime of Kiniro Mosaic (Golden Mosaic) was announced. Written by Yui Hara, Kiniro Mosaic is a Japanese four-panel Manga revolves around Shinobu, a Japanese girl who did a homestay in Great Britain and some of her friends in both Japan and Britain. The Manga was published in 2010 and appears to be a casual and interesting story.
According to NewType Ace Magazine, original TV Anime Suisei no Gargantia was announced and will be aired in April 2013. With Gen Urobuchi, the writer behind Madoka Magica as the series composer and Hanaharu Naruko as the character designer, Suisei no Gargantia is a Sci-Fi series revolves around young lieutenant Redo who was swallowed up into a distortion of time and space and arrived in Earth and met a 15-year-old girl Amy.
According to Weekly Shonen Sunday, the third season of TV Anime The World God Only Knows (Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai) was announced. At the meanwhile, the OVA of the series featuring idol Kanon was also announced. Written by Tamiki Wakaki, The World God Only Knows is a Manga revolves around Keima Katsuragi, a high school boy known as as “The God of Conquests” on the Internet for his legendary skills to be able to “conquer” any 2D girl in games.
According to the official website, the Anime of Nekomonogatari (Black) will be premiered on December 31 on NicoNico, Tokyo MX and BS11 from 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. (JST). The four-episode Anime will be aired in a row and will last about two hours, while the two-volume DVD/Blu-ray will be released in March and April next year.
According to the official website of Fujimi Shobo, Anime adaptation of Saikin, Imouto no Yousuga Chotto Okashiindaga (ImoCho, Lately, My Little Sister’s Been Acting Strange, But.) was announced. Written by Mari Matsuzawa, ImoCho is a Japanese Manga revolves around a guy lives with his step sister. Nothing very special about the series except it contains all the Ecchi stuff you can imagine, of which the content may not be suitable to show up in a TV Anime.
Anime adaptation of Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara was announced. Written by Takei and illustrated by CUTEG, Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara is a Japanese light novel revolves around Hatate Sota, a high school boy who has the ability to see Flags on people’s head, like Death Flag.