Keiichi Arawi today Tweeted a sketch of his hand picking up a pen, indicating that he's ready to go again as he starts his next new series after ending comedy Nichijou - My Ordinary Life last fall at volume 10 (though the joke was that he Tweeted bits of it so often, few thought he left it behind).
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.
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.
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.
David R. Ellis' September 2011 Shark Night 3D was torn apart by American critics. The solution to goose its Japanese release has been to get a star endorsement, and who better to endorse a shark movie than manga's preeminent shark enthusiast. Read on for more.
In the latest MyNavi free-for-all poll (as opposed to one of their semi-scientific ones), over seven thousand fans responded to a query asking what is THE anime you should see before you die. Predictable answers were mixed with a few real head scratchers that bombed in sales and ratings. See the results after the jump.
Mai Aizawa (Future Diary's Minene Uryu, My Ordinary Life's Mio Naganohara) is doing some non-anisong singing with her debut single "Kiminitodoke," a poppy number featuring piano, written and produced by fu_mou. Check out the jacket art by My Ordinary Life creator Keiichi Arawi after the break!