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Kore Wa Zombie Desu Ka is the only one I am going to watch for sure. Just because I watched the first season.

Is it just me or are all of the new animes just not appealing anymore...? D: Just my personal opinion.
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the ones i'll watch are fate/zero Kore wa Zombie Desu ka Tasogare Otome x Amnesia Accel World and maybe Medaka Box and Shining Hearts
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Updates to the initial message in this topic:

Added premiere date and time and studio information for Naruto SD: Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden

The time slot for this series is significant:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-02/pierrot-naruto/rock-lee-anime-slated-for-bleach-timeslot
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OOOo I so hope Crunchyroll gets Tasogare Otome x Amnesia (Dusk maiden of Amnesia) I love the manga and really really would love to see CR getting that series.
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eyeofspirits wrote:

OOOo I so hope Crunchyroll gets Tasogare Otome x Amnesia (Dusk maiden of Amnesia) I love the manga and really really would love to see CR getting that series.

I didn't even know this series was going to air in Spring till recently. After I read the descriptions of this anime preview, I'm definitely going to add this to my watchlist for Spring.

I have to ask you thou (since you've read the manga). Does it contain horror/psychological themes?


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Yeah its has horror psychological themes at first and has a dark gloomy atmosphere then becomes almost comical with how they explain things later with it all. Its a really neat manga where boy fall in love with ghost girl while investigating her past.
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TheAncientOne wrote:

Added premiere date and time and studio information for Naruto SD: Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden

The time slot for this series is significant:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-02/pierrot-naruto/rock-lee-anime-slated-for-bleach-timeslot

The difference between this and Beelzebub is that TV Tokyo has multiple anime slots, while YTV doesn't. There's plenty of other similar timeslots that Bleach could move to - Gintama' should be taking another break so there's an open spot right there (unless Yorinuki Gintama-san starts up again).

That being said Bleach's TV ratings have been very low lately, especially for its timeslot, so who knows.
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llamaben wrote:
The difference between this and Beelzebub is that TV Tokyo has multiple anime slots, while YTV doesn't. There's plenty of other similar timeslots that Bleach could move to - Gintama' should be taking another break so there's an open spot right there (unless Yorinuki Gintama-san starts up again).

That being said Bleach's TV ratings have been very low lately, especially for its timeslot, so who knows.

How long has Bleach been in that time slot? Moving the timeslot for any series that has been aired at that same time for several seasons is rarely a good sign, be it in Japan or the United States.

I also wonder what the odds are that they might break from tradition and give a Bleach a one season break? Aside from helping prevent filler, the subsequent tizzy it would throw fans into could generate some publicity, and possibly give a temporary bump to the ratings upon a return.

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TheAncientOne wrote:

How long has Bleach been in that time slot? Moving the timeslot for any series that has been aired at that same time for several seasons is rarely a good sign, be it in Japan or the United States.

I also wonder what the odds are that they might break from tradition and give a Bleach a one season break? Aside from helping prevent filler, the subsequent tizzy it would throw fans into could generate some publicity, and possibly give a temporary bump to the ratings upon a return.

From CR News:

Bleach has moved time slots 3 times before, the last time being in October of 2008.

It's not that rare for TV Tokyo series to change times, there's usually multiple changes every year.

I don't think there will be a break. Last time I checked Bleach's fillers actually had decent ratings, at least much better than what the current arc is getting. One season wouldn't be a long enough break either, and there's no way the Rock Lee manga has enough material to last any longer than that (even one season of content is stretching it)
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Posted 2/3/12 , edited 2/3/12

meygaera wrote:

Dude, Thomas the Tank Engine is going to STEAM ROLL all the other anime series for this season, even Fate/Zero S2.


I agree wholeheartedly.
If it is just a dub, I wonder if it would be a dub of Shining Time Station, or of Thomas and Friends (I think I got the titles right). Either way, it isn't exactly animated. It's live action with model trains.

Why do I feel so nostalgic for this show?
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Posted 2/3/12

llamaben wrote:


TheAncientOne wrote:

Added premiere date and time and studio information for Naruto SD: Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden

The time slot for this series is significant:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-02/pierrot-naruto/rock-lee-anime-slated-for-bleach-timeslot

The difference between this and Beelzebub is that TV Tokyo has multiple anime slots, while YTV doesn't. There's plenty of other similar timeslots that Bleach could move to - Gintama' should be taking another break so there's an open spot right there (unless Yorinuki Gintama-san starts up again).

That being said Bleach's TV ratings have been very low lately, especially for its timeslot, so who knows.


again there is no way pierrot can end beelzebub currently they have too much material to cover for the rest of the arc so beelzebub has to be changing timeslots then it'll likely go on haitus to give manga room to have more material bleach probably will end since the manga sales are starting to get worser and worser.
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ohhhhhhh i cant wait!!!!!! really want to watch Hiiro no Kakera >.<
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Posted 2/3/12

fuzzytipsy wrote:

Either way, it isn't exactly animated. It's live action with model trains.

Weren't more recent versions of the show done with CGI?

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Posted 2/4/12
I'm really surprised to see a second season of Kami no Puzzle. While I do watch it because I like the uniqueness of the puzzle theme, I really don't think it's all that good. Perhaps there are a lot of viewers with the same position. . .
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and we have a really big one announced http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-06/saint-seiya-returns-in-new-omega-tv-anime-series animation studio will be toei and i think the timeslot is airing on is held by area no kishi.
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