The Nichijou - My Ordinary Life manga is over. The 10th and final volume was released in Japan last December. However, the joke among fans is that if you looked at author Keiichi Arawi's Twitter account, with all the strips and illustrations, you'd think it was still running. He kept this up this week with his summer sketch. Get a look after the jump.
Vertical's release of Keiichi Arawi's beloved Nichijou: My Ordinary Life comedy has not only made the New York Time's manga best sellers list for April 17, it's debuted at #1! Also debuting is the Kodansha release of Akiko Higashimura's Princess Jellyfish at #3. More after the jump.
With sketches posted on occasion, more often than not without text or context, My Ordinary Life/Nichijou's Keiichi Arawi's Twitter account tends towards the absurd. Big surprise there. Well, spring is coming. Thoughts are turning to enjoying dango while watching falling cherry blossoms. And, that has inspired Arawi. Check out the results after the jump.
When last we saw Yuko, Mio, Mia and Nano, the school girls were trying to catch Santa on Christmas Eve in My Ordinary Life author Keiichi Arawi's Tweeted sketch. Well, they succeeded in catching something! See what after the jump.
Since wrapping up Nichijou - My Ordinary Life author Keiichi Arawi has been busy on social media, partially to promote the finale, and partially just to have fun. He did the latter with some Christmas eve art. More after the jump.
In August, manga magazine Shonen Ace is announcing plans to wrap up Keiichi Arawi's Nichijou/My Ordinary comedy strip. Now, it's time to bid adieu to series and Arawi has posted a look at the cover for the finale, which Ace will be celebrating with a bonus Professor change purse. Get a look after the jump.
Manga magazine Shonen Ace is announcing plans to wrap up Keiichi Arawi's Nichijou/My Ordinary comedy strip. The concluding series inspired a cult 2011 anime by Kyoto Animation. Vertical announced plans to bring the manga to North America at this summer's Anime Expo. More after the jump.
At Anime Expo, North American publisher announced plans to release Keiichi Arawi's Nichijou/My Ordinary Life comedy manga, starting in spring 2016. The 2006 ongoing inspired a cult 2011 anime by Kyoto Animation, More after the jump.
Sorry, looks like life is going to remain ordinary, without another Nichijou anime for the foreseeable future. The spotted teaser for news about Keiichi Arawi's Nichijou/My Ordinary set to be published in the August issue of manga magazine Shonen Ace, out June 26th, has turned out to be a 10th anniversary celebration in the manga's 10th volume. More after the jump.
A teaser spotted for the August issue of manga magazine Shonen Ace is promosing big news for Keiichi Arawi's Nichijou/My Ordinary Life in the June 26th release. Given that the 2006 ongoing comedy inspired a cult 2011 anime by Kyoto Animation, hopes are for another adaptation. More after the jump.
Fans of the My Ordinary Life anime might remember that the 2011 anime featured Helvetica Standard interludes. Those sequences were based on author Keiichi Arawi's other four panel, full color manga, which ran in Newtype. The series is set to be collected in a new volume along with selected full color illustrations by the author. More after the jump.
A number of older titles are expiring on Crunchyroll at the end of the month, and among them is fan favorite comedy My Ordinary Life. While you're rushing to marathon it over Labor Day Weekend, notice how notable voice actors pass through to narrate the next episode previews. See who's participated after the jump.
Fan animator Shitoce posted an incomplete version of their Attack on Titan x My Ordinary Life opening mash-up on June 23rd. So, figures that this hybrid took just about the whole summer to finish. Get a look at the results after the jump.
Along with a Japanese home video box set planned for July, My Ordinary Life is getting a nice merchandise bump. COSPA has a parka and Sakamoto-san mug coming out shortly. Then, Chara-ani has a Toy'sworks Collection 4.5 set of 8.5cm trading figures coming out in July. Get a look after the jump.
Record company Lantis has launched a new "Who What Records" label to produce "new styles of anime music to meet the demand today." The project is kicking off with Genzai no anisong no domannaka wo PUNK ni shite mitara kō natta (This is what happened when you put PUNK right in the middle of today's anisongs), and a "Red" album featuring 15 cover songs. Get a look after the jump.