The official websites for the upcoming fourth TV anime adaptation of Roots and Piyo's comedy manga series Teekyu and its spin-off series Takamiya Nasuno Desu! simultaneously announced today that the two will premiere in Japan on April 6. Hit the jump for more.
Last weekend's Earth Star Festival revealed that a fourth season of tennis club gag manga Teekyu's anime adaptation, along with an adaptation of its rich girl spin-off Takamiya Nasuno Desu! are planned for spring 2015. Shin Itagaki is back as the director/writer/character designer on both adaptations of Roots and Piyo's manga. Miyake Maiko joins for character design and animation direction work on Takamiya.
The makers of girls' tennis club comedy manga Teekyu have announced plans for a fourth anime, coming in 2015. More after the jump.
Eri Kitamura (Madoka Magica's Sayaka, Monogatari's Karin) is the last voice to sign on for a small part in Teekyu. She'll be in episode 33, "Constantine with Senpai," playing a fashionable gal whose smartphone has strange Buddhist Sutra as its ring tone. More after the jump.
Teekyu is pleased to now be airing in super-pervert Marimo Bandou's Kansai home region. So pleased in fact that this Sunday's episode 26, "Sempai and Stand by Me," will be airing a special version in the area, featuring the series' four leads all speaking the local dialect accent. More after the jump.
More fall anime announcements at Crunchyroll! We repeat: more fall anime announcements at Crunchyroll! Today, the streaming site welcomes White Album 2 and Teekyu 3 to the lineup. Read on for full details!
The Mappa adaptation of insane tennis manga Teekyu returns for a third season October 6th, on the heels of summer's second. Shin Itagaki is still directing and writing, with the voice cast returning too. Get hyped with the season visual after the jump.
Teekyu manga author Roots tweeted good news and better news for fans of the Mappa adaptation of the goofy tennis series. Not only is there a third anime in the works, it's going to immediately follow the second, with an October premiere planned. More after the jump.