According to Monthly Gundam Ace magazine, TV Anime of Gundam: The Origin will be aired in 2014. The Anime adaptation of the series was actually announced quite a while ago and we are more than happier to learn about the approximate date. Written by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, the original Manga is retelling the original Gundam 1979 series which is definitely a must watch to a Gundm fans. For those of you are serious enough, you can go and check out Wikipedia for the detail of the story.
The third season of Tantei Opera Milky Holmes was announced in the Bushiroad press conference to air in the summer of 2013. This was confirmed by the co-creator and animation director of the show, Rei Kodama, on Twitter. The new season will have a new milky holmes sisters group that includes new characters.
Announced in 2013’s 7th issue of Shogakukuans Weekly Shounen Sunday Magazine, Silver Spoon, the Manga from Hiromu Arakawa most famous for her work on Fullmetal Alchemist will be adapted into a TV Anime this July on Fuji TV’s Noitamina block (00:45 to 1:45 Friday morning). There has been an official website launched but no further news on anything as of yet.
The Manga magazine Afternoon, known for Ah! My Goddess, has announced that Genshiken: Second Season sequel Manga (Genshiken Nidaime) will be getting a new Anime adaptation. Written by Shimoku Kio, the Manga has been publishing since June 25, 2002 and follows the adventures of a college club called “The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture”. The club is a combination of love for all things Otaku. The club includes a cosplayer, a hardcore Otaku, a member’s girlfriend who isn’t really an Otaku, and many more.
The ninth issue of Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine which is set to come out on the 30th of January is going to confirm the Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo, the Manga of Hiroshi Fuduka is being adapted into TV Anime. I’m not a follower of the Manga but after seeing the little Anime commercial for the Manga in 2011 I have to admit that my interest has been peaked.
TV Tokyo announced on Monday that the third Pretty Rhythm will be named Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live and will air on April 6. The third season will air every Saturday at 10:00 a.m. just as the previous season. I watched about about an episode of the first season but it failed to capture my attention. Nothing really stood out except the background music. The visuals for the third season are a lot better. Let’s just hope they change it up a little and make it more interesting than the first and second season so people get more interested in watching it.
Another Shin Megami Tensei Series is getting an Anime adaptation. Devil Survivor 2 is a RPG from Nintendo DS revolves around the protagonist Hibiki Kuze who is given a task to determine the future of Japan. We can’t ignore the staffs who doing this Anime such as Seiji Kishi, Koutarou Nakagawa, Suzuhito Yasuda, and Makoto Uezu. While there is no information about voice actors, we still have high expectation about this Anime.
According to the upcoming issue of Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine, the second season of TV Anime Toaru Kagaku no Railgun will be aired in this Spring, starting from April 2013. With a new title of Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S, the new season adaptation was announced at the Dengeki 20th Anniversary Festival. Meanwhile, the OP of the new series was announced to be performed by fripSide, who also performed both OPs for the first season.
An action Manga from Rei Hiroe, Black Lagoon is return after discontinue on May 2010. It will publish on Sunday GX in February 2013 issue on sale on 19th of January. The story will continue The Wired Red Wild Card arc by adding few pages about previous chapter. Unfortunately, we have to wait for April 2013 issue of Sunday GX to enjoy the next chapter.
Media Factory producer of several popular Anime such as Steins;Gate and School Rumble have announced the plan to release a TV Anime adaptation of the popular light novel series Kikou Shoujo wa Kizutsukanai (Unbreakable Machine-doll) has been green lit. The story follows Raishin Akabane as he travels from Japan to England with his female automaton Yaya to study at the most prestigious school for the study of “Machinart” (the craft of making automatons) Walpurgis Royal Academy.