Here's something to chew on this Thanksgiving. Neregate.com has put together the 3.0 version of their Winter 2013/2014 anime chart. Expect more start dates and probably outer shifts in later revisions. This one also assumes that the worldwide streaming launch of Sailor Moon, announced back in July is still coming this winter. Get a look after the jump.
The fall anime season is upon us, with plenty of sequels and adaptations, not to mention some intriguing original series like Kill La Kill, Samurai Flamenco and Galilei Donna. Get a survey of what this has to offer, plus an early look at winter via the Neregate chart after the jump.
As plans for the season to come begins to coalesce, fans have put together a snap shot view of the heroines of fall 2013. These charts tend to be a bit irreverent, and even then, this one might be more so than most. Still, it's a fun reminder of what's on the horizon. Get a look after the jump.
Summer's season is offering its share of surprisingly good anime. Still, it's natural to look ahead to what's on the horizon. While we're at a point where things are evolving rapidly, for example, yesterday's Kyousogiga announcement, the 1.0 summer anime chart is still is useful sketch of the diverse season ahead. Check it out after the jump.
While there's still some dates to fill in, the schedule of the season to come is looking pretty solid at this point. In the month and a half since we last posted a summer anime chart, we've lost Sailor Moon and gained assorted other shows. See how you think it works out after the jump.
While we're just starting to see what's good in the spring anime season, summer is looming on the horizon with some much anticipated follow-ups and remakes of heavy hitters like Sailor Moon and Ghost in the Shell, not to mention a new Hayao Miyazaki movie. See what's coming after the jump.
All systems are go for the spring 2013 anime season, with late announcements and premiere dates slotted in. It's definitely a diverse season from impressive action titles to mystery to josei adaptations. See what's on the near horizon after the jump.
After earlier outlines of what's to come in preliminary versions of the Spring 2013 chart, a solid preview of the season has been formatted in the 1.0 release. Wow, a lot of favorite will be returning in the couple of months with new anime for A Certain Scientific Railgun, Oreimo, Nyarko-san, Hayate the Combat Butler and Azazel-san. See it all after the jump.
While we're just now getting a taste of what winter has to offer, the spring 2013 anime season is looking quite tantalizing. And though the outline of what's to come is still a bit rough at this point, it's intriguing none the less. Get a look after the jump.
The start dates aren't exactly up to the minute. For example, it was announced yesterday that the new Chihayafuru kicks off January 21st. That said the anime season chart is a good guide for what to look out for as the new crop of shows start commencing. Survey the field after the jump.
With the diverse fall 2012 anime season weeks away, how about a look at the whole who's who at one glance? A pair of charts compile representative male and female cast members from the whole assortment. Check them out after the jump.
As it's approached, the fall anime season has just gotten more and more impressive. From the violent Btooom! to the return of Gintama and Hayate the Combat Butler to shoujo like Kamisama Kiss, the diversity and potential quality look outstanding. Get a look at what to expect after the jump.
Alongside solid entries in the schedule like Production I.G's adaptation of Steins;Gate follow-up Robotics;Notes, the new Hayate, KyoAni's Chu2 and GoHands' K, there are a few tantalizingly vague placeholders in the fall season, like the new Gen Urobuchi series. Get a look at version 1.0 of the fall chart after the jump.