Recently, the Office for Youth Affairs and Public Safety of Tokyo approved Manga To Love-Ru Darkness to be safe for youth to read. The reason for the inspection is a call from a parent who happened to find out her son’s collections were full of NSFW stuffs and want the government to inspect the Manga or ban it forever and ever. Despite all the Ecchi and evil content you can ever imagine in the series, To Love-Ru Darkness was, in the end, approved to be safe.
Patience, my friend. The movie of Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito is approaching quickly and will be premiered on August 8 in Japan. As for most of the fans across the world, we will have to wait for the release of the DVD/Blu-ray before we can get our hands on it. Meanwhile, the theme song of Boukoku no Akito performed by Maaya Sakamoto was revealed on Vitamin M radio.
Though not a big fan of Giga Harem Robot series Infinite Stratos, I do like the cute characters, especially Charlotte Dunois, one of the female protagonists. Kotobukiya is going to release the 1/7 Charlotte Dunois PVC figure dressing in Bunny girl costume. If you happened to notice Tomoyasu Kurashima, the illustrator of the series, has painted the bunny version of all the female protagonists, you may get an idea that this is only a start.
According to the cover of the July issue of Dengeki G’s magazine, an original Anime Vividred Operation was announced. The new project was launched by Kazuhiro Takamura, the director of another well known TV Anime Strike Witches, and we are already expecting it to be a Mecha, Pantsu and Oshiri festival.
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.