What's that, boy? Sentai Filmworks has another anime announcement? And this time it's Yuyushiki? Hot dog! Sorry, it's late and I'm running out of intros for these. Yuyushiki will be available soon through select digital outlets, with a home video release planned for later this year. More after the jump.
Yuyushiki and AIURA, this season's two cute girls doing nothing manga adaptations, premiered today. The former reunited the voices of Yuruyuri's Yui and Chinatsu. The latter is directed and scripted by up and comer Ryosuke Nakamura and features what might have been this season's must see opening. Get a look after the jump.
The time has come to tick off another box on the growing list of spring anime at Crunchyroll. The newest show announcement is YUYUSHIKI, based on the gag manga by Komata Mikami. Read on for full details!
Rondo Robe has posted their Anime Contents Expo preview for April's Yuyushiki anime. This is another one of the season's cute girls doing nothing four panel manga adaptations, and the one with the distinction of reuniting a bit of YuruYuri's cast. Get a look after the jump.
Fans of four panel schoolgirl manga have April's Yuyushiki anime to look forward to. The anime adaptation of manga from K-on! home magazine Manga Time Kirara following the girls of a school's data processing club can be seen in the Comiket 83 promo, newly posted by Rondo Robe. Check it out after the jump.
Fans of four panel schoolgirl manga have April's Yuyushiki anime to look forward to. The manga from K-on! home magazine Manga Time Kirara follows the girl of school's data processing club, and in a nice bonus, the anime's newly launched site has revealed that two of the core trio with be a reunited YuruYuri pairing. Get the details after the jump.
This winter, K-on! fans will have cooking anime Tamako Market, from the same KyoAni team, to keep them warm. Then, aiming for the same sort of audience, in April the adaptation of four-panel manga Yuyushiki is on its way. This series by Komata Mikami runs in Ho-kago Tea Time's home at Manga Time Kirara. See who's overseeing that one after the jump.
If you enjoy K-On!, Kill Me Baby and their ilk of cute girl four-panel manga, be sure to watch out for developing news about the upcoming anime adaptation of Yuyushiki. The series by Komata Mikami runs in Ho-kago Tea Time's home at Manga Time Kirara. More after the jump.