Manga artist Keitaro Yotsuya reported on Twitter today that a five-minute web anime short based on his comedy manga series Akuma no Memumemu-chan/Devil Memumemu is now available on Shonen Jump's official Japanese YouTube channel. He says, "Every time Memumemu-can moves, she makes sounds and it's so lovely. I'm impressed." Watch how the characters are animated after the jump!
Manga artist Keitaro Yotsuya confirmed on his official Twitter that his comedy manga series Akuma no Memumemu-chan/Devil Memumemu will have its short web anime and smartphone game adaptations soon. The news was also revealed on the wrap-around band of the manga's latest 4th tankobon volume released just today in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
The TV anime adaptation of Chica Umino's shogi / drama manga March comes in like a lion is still going strong, and beginning in January of 2018, the series will have a new opening theme performed by UNISON SQUARE GARDEN. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anime vs. Real Life – The terrific March comes in like a lion is back this season with more of its gorgeous and visually striking painterly backgrounds, accurately depicting some smaller and unknown corners of Tokyo. But how does Shaft’s distinctive visual style influence the real-life locations featured in the show? Find out after the jump!
The 2nd season of March comes in like a lion begins broadcasting in October, and since one of the issues that it deals with is bullying, the TV anime based on the manga by Chica Umino is partnering with Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology ("MEXT" for short) in a campaign to raise awareness about bullying. Hit the jump to learn more.