It looks like the new anime that Eureka 7's Tomoki Kyoda is developing won't be Full Metal Panic!, or at least won't be revealed to be FMP this week. After rumors circulated earlier in the week that the January issue of Dragon Magazine would announce the project information, along with a second season of Saekano, Kyoda denied knowing about the Bones production. The magazine hit stands without rumored scoop.
Ahead of the January issue of Dragon Magazine, out in November 20th, rumor is that the bi-monthly manga/light novel periodical will announce that the new anime adaptation of Full Metal Panic! will be produced at Bones with Eureka 7's Tomoki Kyoda directing. Along with this is the rumor that the magazine will announce a second season of anime based on Fumiaki Maruto's Saekano, coming in fall 2016.
Without providing details about the format or specific content, light novel imprint Fujimi Fantasia Bunko announced plans for a new anime adaptation of Shoji Gatoh's mecha military action/high school rom-com Full Metal Panic! at a weekend Akihabara fan event. More after the jump.
Japanese retailers are listing an October 25th release date for a 15th anniversary Blu-ray set of Fullmetal Panic! The 50 episode collection will feature the 2002 Gonzo series, as well as Kyoto animation's 2003 Fumoffu, 2005's Second Raid and OVA. Audio options include Japan PCM2ch、TrueHD5.1ch and English English DD5.1ch, TrueHD5.1 ch. More after the jump.
Maybe it's just a Blu-ray or fanevent and maybe it's the new anime that fans have been waiting for, but it looks like we'll soon be hearing about some sort of Full Metal Panic! excitement. Dragon Magazine has teased that the 15th anniversary announcement will be made in its next issue. More after the jump.
Newtype Ace magazine revealed some new information regarding the Full Metal Panic! Another novels, including the release of the fourth volume, and the development of a related "FTA" project. Read on for more!