According to the official website, the second season of TV Anime Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? of the Dead will be ended next week. Big announcement will be made on the official website next week. The same message was also mentioned on the official Twitter account of the series indicating after episode 10 next week, a Super x Super x Super announcement will be made.
According to the official website, the TV Anime of Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai (So, I Cannot Get Erotic) will be aired in this Summer, starting from July. The Anime will be aired on channels including AT-X, and as usual, you might have something to expect. The confirmation of the TV Anime adaptation was confirmed back in late 2011 and you can tell from the title, it includes lots of Ecchi stuff and an average Harem story.
We’ve reported that the college edition of kakifly’s Manga K-ON! will be ended in June 9, and continue with that, the high school edition of the Manga was confirmed to end on June 28 next month. The announcement was made in the July issue of Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirara Carat on Monday.
According to the official website, the movie of TV Anime series Persona 4 will be premiered in Japan on June 9th. However, don’t be too happy since this is only a re-edited version of the 25-episode TV Anime, as well as some other new cuts including the unaired True End Episode in the 10th volume of the Blu-ray and DVD. The movie will last around 90 minutes, and focus mainly on the important storyline.
According to the official website of Busou Shinki (Armament God Princess), the TV Anime of the series was announced and will be aired in this October. Busou Shinki is originally an action figure line released Konami. Several video games of the series were released before, as well as 10 episodes of 5-minute shorts Anime on PlayStation Store.
The second season of TV Anime Fate/Zero will be ended on June 23rd in the coming month. No doubt it is one of the best series of the season, and we are more or less want more from either the producer or the author, aka, the TYPE-MOON. Recently, we heard from the official Twitter account of the COO of Seikaisha, the publisher of the novel of Fate/Zero, informing the fans to keep an eye on the TVCM of the publisher on the same day and explicitly specifying that an amazing new project is coming.
According to the official website, the TV Anime adaptation of Onii-chan Dakedo Ai Sae Areba Kankei Nai yo ne (As Long as There’s Love, It Doesn’t Matter If He is My Brother, Right) was announced. With a short title of Oniai, the original light novel was written by Daisuke Suzuki and illustrated by Gekka Uruu. Recent author seems to like long title a lot and most of them have something to do with Onii-chan (elder brother) or Imouto (younger sister).
Ever since the first episode, Hyouka has been my favorite TV Anime series of this Spring. The first part of the series ended last week and I really enjoyed the show. This week we are featuring Eru Chitanda, the female protagonist of the series. If you a big fan of Anime, you might be heard of Satomi Satou, the voice actress behind Eru and probably best known for her role as Ritsu Tainaka in K-ON!.
No doubt Hana-Saku Iroha is one of our favorite series and we are more than happier to learn that the movie adaptation of the series was confirmed and will be premiered in 2012! We mentioned several times about in what media the new Anime adaptation will be and having a movie is more or less the most popular trend in the Anime industry, especially after the huge success of K-ON!.
Have some spare time so just made a simple TheAkiba web app for Google Chrome. Nothing fancy but acts as a shortcut sitting on your “New Tab” screen and redirect you to TheAkiba. Other than that, you may find the loading speed to be a bit faster because of this web app enable Chrome to store and cache the necessary files of TheAkiba. As Chrome slowly and silently approaches iOS, probably it’s time to do something to do.