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,
2013 is shaping up to be a busy year for The World God Only Knows (Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai) with a third TV series and a third OVA, a spin-off featuring the idol Kanon on the way. To stoke the excitement, a joint promotional event with Hayate the Combat Butler has been planned for April 21st. Check out the visuals after the jump.
Rondo Robe has posted a new 30-second commercial for the October 3rd premiere of Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You, the new Manglobe (Samurai Champloo, The World Only God Knows, anime movie Hayate the Combat Butler! Heaven Is a Place on Earth) take on Kenjirou Hata's comedy. Get a look after the jump.
The fall anime excitement continues this morning with the first preview video of Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Manglobe's (Samurai Champloo, The World God Only Knows) new incarnation of the Kenjirou Hata comedy. Check it out after the jump.
A newly published key visual for Hayate The Combat Butler! Can't Take My Eyes Off You has confirmed various details about the upcoming anime, starting with the full name and logo for the series. Get a look after the jump.
Ahead of plans for a special promotion and preview at the upcoming Comiket 82 doujinshi event, it's been revealed that October's new Hayate the Combat Butler anime will feature the full title "Hayate the Combat Butler! Can't Take My Eyes Off You." 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.
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.