FUNimation just released the first season on home video last month, which is good timng because ecchi fighting manga Maken-Ki! returns to TV this winter in a second TV series from a a new studio. Get a look at the new promo after the jump.
These are busy days for the busty girls of Maken-Ki. A limited edition of the series' latest volume was released in Japan with a beach episode last week. FUNimation has a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack of the 2011 series coming November 11th. And, a second anime series debuts this winter. Get a look at the new visual after the jump.
With the series set to be released as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on November 12th, FUNimation has posted a preview of the English dub of ecchi action serie Maken-Ki!, featuring Ian Sinclair, Monica Rial, Tia Ballard, Chloe Ragnbone and Caitlin Glass. Get a look after the jump.
Ecchi fighting manga Maken-Ki! was previously adapted into a 2011 anime series by AIC, but the upcoming OAD, shipping with the September release of limited edition of the manga's 11th volume, is coming from Xebec with Hiraku Kaneko (Seikon no Qwaser) directing using Akio Takami's (Uppotte! ONA , Kanokon , Ladies versus Butlers ) character designs. Highschool of the Dead's Kuroda Yosuke will be writing the tropical island episode. Get a look after the jump.
Using the same visual as the one promoting this fall's OAD, a new site launched promising a Maken-Ki! Two TV anime series adaptation of the ecchi fight manga. Unlike the 2011 AIC produced TV series, licensed by FUNimation, the upcoming TV series and OVA are from Xebec with Hiraku Kaneko (Seikon no Qwaser) directing. More after the jump.
Ecchi fighting manga Maken-Ki! was previously adapted into a 2011 anime series by AIC, but the upcoming OAD, shipping with the limited edition of the manga's 11th volume, is coming from Xebec with Hiraku Kaneko directing using. Check out the new look after the jump.
The October issue of Dragon Age magazine is trumpeting the news that Hiromitsu Takeda's Maken-Ki! manga is slated to be adapted into a new anime. FUNimation recently announced that they'd licensed home video rights for Koichi Ohata's winter 2011 TV anime series adaptation. More after the jump.
FUNimation's Otakon 2012 panel just ended, and the company had plenty to announce as far as licenses and upcoming releases are concerned. License announcements kicked off with Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, and then quickly snowballed from there. One Piece, Fairy Tail, Akira, and much more past the jump!
FUNimation has announced that the three Kadokawa titles that were said to be delayed last week: Maken-ki, C3 and Future Diary, have all begun streaming on FUNimation's streaming service and NicoNico as of today. Read on for futher details.
NicoNico announced on their informational blog on Wednesday that the streams for Maken-ki, C3 and Future Diary (Mirai Nikki) that were supposed to start on Thursday would be "postponed until later date." More details after the jump.
Maken-Ki! covers all the bases—action, romance, comedy, and loads of censored naughty bits—and the anime is set to premiere on Japanese TV October 4. Hit the jump to watch the latest trailer, which, unlike previous promos, features voice acting.
Kadokawa is streaming a fanservice filled promotion video for the fall anime Maken-ki on their official youtube channel. Watch it below.