Along with chapter 500 of Hayate the Combat Butler, Weekly Shonen Sunday, out in Japan July 8th (yeah, Sunday is released on Wednesday) announced that author Kenjirou Hata is preparing to start a new manga that will run alongside Hayate in Sunday. The subject and title will be introduced in August 5th's 36/37 double issue, then the series will launch in September 2nd's issue 40th. It will then run monthly.
If Kenjiro Hata was hoping to grab some attention with the title illustration for Hayate the Combat Butler's 490th chapter, the trick worked because otaku Nagi Sanzenin's impression of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? heroine Hestia has spread like wildfire. Get a look after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks announced the acquisition of the first Hayate the Combat Butler anime today. The series is set to arrive digitally soon, with a home video release to follow. Hit the jump for more.
On the heels of December's news that they licensed Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Sentai Filmworks has now announced the acquisition of Hayate the Combat Butler: Cuties. Animated by Manglobe and directed by Masashi Kudo, this new entry into the Hayate the Combat Butler action comedy series always features a different heroine. More after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks has announced the license of Hayate the Combat Butler: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You. Based on the popular title published serially in Shonen Sunday and with animation production by manglobe Inc. (Samurai Champloo), this third season of the Hayate forges a new path with an original anime story based on a series concept by original author Kenjirou Hata. More after the jump.
Continuing the series' 10th anniversary celebrations and the Shonen Sunday chain of OVA adaptations, Vol A of three planned Hayate the Combat Butler episodes is set to ship with volume 41 on June 18th. Nagi Sanzenin and Hinagiku Katsura take the spotlight in this outing. Get a look after the jump.
Manga magazine Shonen Sunday has another slate of anime adaptations on the way. Not quite as impressive as the 2013 blitz that introduced Silver Spoon, Mushibugyo, Sasami-san@Ganbaranai, The Unlimited and the latest Hayate and World God Only Knows TV anime, this one is promising seven OVAs. More after the jump.
The wraparound jacket band of the 40th tankobon volume of Kenjiro Hata's Hayate the Combat Butler manga, which was released in Japan yesterday on March 18, announced the limited edition of the next three volumes will be bundled with newly-produced OVA episodes. Hit the jump for more information.
With a nice, quick turn around, the staff from Hayate the Combat Butler: Can not Take My Eyes Off You returns this spring with the new Cuties anime series. Ayako Kawasumi (Fate/zero's Saber) will be joining the cast as Atene Tennōsu in the anime which has a different heroine/route for each episode. Get a look after the jump.
Rondo Robe has posted a new, nearly two minute preview of April's "Cuties" season of Hayate the Combat Butler. Each episode of the series will feature a different path, dedicated to a different heroine, with a different ending song. Grab an early look after the jump.
A new image offers a cleaned up, clearer version of the visual used by manga magazine Shonen Sunday to announce plans for the "Cuties" season of Hayate the Combat Butler. Each episode of the series will feature a different path, dedicated to a different heroine, with a different ending song. See the visual and who will be featured when after the jump.
Looks like there are some interesting plans for the fourth Hayate anime series. April's Hayate the Combat Butler: Cuties will feature a different path, dedicated to a different heroine in each episode. Furthermore, each ep will have its own end theme. Shizuka Itou sings the opening "Haru Ulala♥ Koi yo Koi"!" More after the jump.
With new anime in the works for both The World God Only Knows (Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai) and Hayate the Combat Butler, the two series have a joint promotional event planned for April 21st. New ads promote the event and tie-in singles "Advance" from Shizuka Ito and Saori Hayami and "Ringo Ribbon" from Nao Toyama and Haruka Yamazaki. Get a look and listen after the jump.
Shonen Sunday has continued its announcements of new anime adaptation with another returning favorite. While Hayate the Combat Bulter -Can't Take My Eyes Off You wrapped this week, another series is in the pipeline, planned for spring 2013. More after the jump,