The new season of Fall 2012 streaming anime announcements continues as Crunchyroll prepares to roll out Hayate No Gotoku! Can’t Take My Eyes Off You. Full details after the jump!
With the Manglobe produced third Hayate no Gotoku (Hayate the Combat Butler) anime heading to Japanese TV this fall, the newly released issue 31 of the home publication of the manga, Weekly Shonen Sunday, has stoked fan anticipation with a hot bit of promo art. Get a look after the jump.
Good news for Combat Butler fans. An official announcement has confirmed that a third season of Hayate no Gotoku is on the way. Better news, you only have to wait for this fall to get it. More after the jump.
It's always tricky when manga authors plan the endings of their works. With the release of the latest volume, Hayate the Combat Butler author Kenjirou Hata is now saying that the series is 60% complete. More after the jump.
After releasing the first album HiNA almost three years ago, a second full album for Hayate no Gotoku's Hinagiku Katsura starring Shizuka Itou will be coming out in December. Read on for the details.
In addition to confirming that a new Hayate no Gotoku anime is in the works, the 30th volume of Kenjiro Hata's Hayate no Gotoku manga included a flyer revealing the first details of how fans can get their hands on the home video release of Hayate no Gotoku the Movie: Heaven is a Place on Earth. Read on for the details.
Back in August, the special "volume 99" promo for the Hayate: The Combat Butler: Heaven is a Place on Earth anime movie suggested that more Hayate anime was in the works. Though the format is still unannounced, the Japanese release of the 30th volume of Kenjiro Hata's original manga is being accompanied by a confirmation that a new anime is in fact being developed. More after the jump.
The last page of volume 99 of Hayate no Gotoku (aka Hayate the Combat Butler) announces that a new Hayate anime production has been green-lit. Details after the jump.
Below are 3 commercials for the live action version of Hayate no Gotoku being made in Taiwan which begins airing on FTV on June 19th and GTV on June 25th. In this story about poor unlucky Hayate who ends up working as a butler for the for Nagi to pay off a debt, Hayate is played by George Hu and Nagi is played by Park Shin Hye.