Sentai Filmworks is proud to announce its newest acquisition: MEDAKA BOX Abnormal. Last spring’s hit series returns with Shouji Saeki (This Ugly Yet Beautiful World, He Is My Master) directing and featuring character designs by Ikuo Kuwana, sound direction by Jun Watanabe (Steel Angel Kurumi, Comic Party) and music by Tatsuya Katou (Samurai Girls, Campione!).
To promote the home video release of the ending comedy anime Binbo-gami ga! has crossed over with its TV Tokyo sibling Medaka Box - Abnormal in a pair of collaboration wallpapers. Then, ahead of the October 10th premiere of the second anime, Medaka Box has kept its dance card full with a Shonen Jump cover shared with Gintama. Get a look after the jump.
Gainax's anime adaptation of Nisio Isin and Akira Akatsuki's shonen manga series continues October 10th in Medaka Box - Abnormal. Get a first look at the upcoming second season after the jump.
Your favorite figure retailer has begun taking pre-orders for a 1/8th scale Max Factory / Good Smile Company recreation of Medaka Box's eponymous Medaka Kurokami. The 98th Student Council President of Hakoniwa Academy ships in January for 7,800 yen ($98). Get a look after the jump.
With Medaka and her Hakoniwa Academy student council set to return to Japanese TV on October 10th in Medaka Box Abnormal, posters are going up around Akihabara to promote the upcoming anime battle. Get a look after the jump.
The second season of Gainax's Medaka Box adaptation, generally assumed to be coming in October, has now been confirmed for that fall season slot thanks to a TV Tokyo listing. Gainax seems to be embracing the opportunity with the roll out of plenty more merch. Get a look after the jump.
In their seventh monthly "GAINAX × ACOS IKEMEN GALLERY" cosplay, male talent group D2's Yuki Yamada takes on the appearance of Medaka Box's "Club Typhoon" Zenkichi Hitoyoshi. Get a look after the jump.
In a mega-free-for-all MyNavi poll almost twentyfour thousand fans named the female character who they felt was tops this spring anime season. See if Nyaruko-san can handle the onslaught of mahjong playing Saki girls. How did Yuko-san and Koko do? Anyone from Fate/zero make it? See the results after the jump.
If you're worried that Gainax might end their adaptation of Nisio Isin and Akira Akatsuki's Shonen Jump manga Medaka Box with a bewilderingly abrupt wrap-up that leaves you with your jaw on the floor saying "god my oh!", it looks like there may be cause to relax. More after the jump.