In March, while To Love-Ru Darkness was ending, plans were announced for an OVA, a 10th anniversary book, and a life-sized Lala statue in the works. The anime and book were supposed to be out August 4th, got pushed back to November 2nd. With the book now available for order, One-Punch Man artist Yusuke Murata previewed his contribution.
Seven Seas Entertainment has announced the acquisition of print and digital rights to the To Love Ru and To Love Ru Darkness manga series by Saki Hasemi and Kentaro Yabuki. To Love Ru first appeared in Weekly Shōnen Jump and To Love Ru Darkness ran in Jump Square. More after the jump.
The ever-expanding back catalog of anime at Crunchyroll gets three new additions today in the form of a trio of titles from the To Love Ru series, based on the manga written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki. Read on for full details after the jump!
Along with the news that the To Love Ru Darkness 2nd TV anime has scheduled for summer comes the announcement thar Ray will be returning for the ecchi sci-fi's opening. She's joined by fellow Lull in the Sea theme song performer Mami Kawada on Darkness 2nd's ending. More after the jump.
In anticipation of this weekend's AnimeJapan tradeshow, a forest of banners have sprouted in Tokyo. One particular set of these is grabbing a lot of otaku attention. Saki Hasemi and Kentaro Yabuki's super interesting ecchi harem comedy is set to return for its second To Love-Ru Darkness TV anime this summer. Get a look after the jump.
J-Stars Victory Vs., the crossover fighting game celebrating the 45th anniversary of Shonen Jump has added some female characters. One Piece's Boa Hancock will be a playable primary fighter while Bleach's Rukia, Nisekoi's Chitoge Kirisaki, and To Love-Ru's Lala Satalin Deviluke will assist as support characters. More after the jump.