The second season of TV Anime Oreimo is approaching the end and according to normal schedule, the last episode (13th) of the TV Anime will be aired in two weeks. Today, the official website has announced the date of the last three episodes (14 to 16 episodes) which will be streamed to worldwide on August 18. It could be something similar to the ending of light novel, or a brand new ending that some folks are waiting for.
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.
It is time to talk about the new series this Spring, wonder how you like it so far. It is actually a season full of surprises, and I have to say that I like most of them. Apart from several well known sereis like Oreimo and Railgun, there are some really good light novel adaptations like RDG: Red Data Girl by P.A. Works and Hataraku Maousama!. Also we have some surprises from few less known original series which turns out to be one of the best of the season, the Kakumeiki Valvrave. If you haven’t started, check out our new Anime guide for the list of new TV Anime airing this Spring.
Spring is just around the corner and most of the new series will begin airing next week, with several titles scheduled to be air during this weekend, like Date a Live, which is presumed to be one of the most expected series this Spring, with all the expensive investments the producers made. Other than that, we are going to have lots of interesting new series, as well as some sequels like Oreimo, Railgun and Nyaruko, for which fans have been waiting for a long time. Apart from these exciting series, we also have some original Anime like Red Data Girl by PA Works, and light novel series Hataraku Maousama! follows the end of Maoyuu, Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. follows the end of Haganai.
According to Dengeki Online, the second season of TV Anime Oreimo (Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai) will be aired in next Spring, starting from April 2013. The announcement was original made at the stage of Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival 2012 by the main cast and related staff. Crunchyroll has a detailed photo report of the event, so check it out if you like. Unlike the first season which was produced by AIC Build, the second season will be responsible by A-1 Pictures.
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 GAGAGA Bunko, the TV Anime of Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru (My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong As I Expected) was announced. Written by Wataru Watari and illustrated by Ponkan8, the story revolves around a high school boy Hachiman Hikigaya who has no friends but later has loads of them, male or female. Does it remind you of Haganai?
We’ve talked about the rumor about TV Anime series Oreimo (Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai) last month. Today, according to the official website, a second season of the series was green-lit for Anime production. The announcement was made during the stage at AnimeContentsExpo.
According to the announcement of the upcoming event AnimeContentsExpo which schedule to open from March 31st to April 1st, we noticed some interesting insight from the No.6 program which features some names that we familiar with. The names including voice actors and actresses Yuichi Nakamura, Ayana Taketatsu and Kana Hanazawa. Sounds familiar? They all played for TV Anime series Oreimo.
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