A new preview has offered a first look at fall's anime adaptation of Ayuko Hatta's hit shoujo manga Okami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji/Wolf Girl & Black Prince. Be sure to give it a look if you're enjoying this season's Love Stage!! anime. The two share director Kenichi Kasai, and after contributing to J.C.Staff's Love Stage!!production, TYO Animations takes the lead for this one. Get a look after the jump.
Sci-fi relationship comedy Tenchi Muyo returns this October with a 50-episode run of 5-minute shorts. If you've seen the past character design previews and were wondering where the classic harem was, well, now they're now online with new designs from Suzuhito Yasuda. Get a look after the jump.
Another RPG hero is joining the Super Smash Bros. fray as Shulk from Monolith Soft's Xenoblade Chronicles brings his legendary Monado to the Nintendo brawler. Get a look after the jump.
Last December, if you visited haruhi.tv on an Android device, plans to produce a Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan anime were revealed. Almost a year later, volume 7 of the manga is announcing that a TV anime is planned for 2015. Get a look after the jump.
In order to differentiate to smartphones users, Japan’s largest mobile-phone carrier, NTT Docomo, plans to move further into the content business, and to the killer app in that initiative will be episodes of Gundam anime. The carrier is adding content to a service that comes pre-installed on iPhones and Android-based mobiles for subscribers. More after the jump.
In the new, seventh visual for winter's Durarara!! anime, the familiar, angry face of Shizuo Heiwajima is paired with the new Akane Awakusu. Get a look after the jump.
Joke all you want about fall's Shirobako being more accurately called "Cute Girls Making Anime: The Anime." We certainly have. However, its heart seems to be in the right place. Girls und Panzer's Tsutomu Mizushima has taken to Twitter to tell fans that his P.A. Works collaboration will not feature panty shots! More after the jump.
Announced back in June, the anime adaption of Kyoushinsha Cool's four-panel manga Danna ga Nani o Itte Iru ka Wakaranai Ken (I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying) has now been scheduled for October with Yukari Tumura (No Game No Life's Jibril, Kill La Kill's Nui), and Kenichi Suzumura (Gintama's Okita, Gundam SEED Destiny's Shinn) as office lady, married to a geek net board addict. More after the jump.
The latest KanColle anime visual offers the upcoming series' take on a pair of Akatsuki Class Destroyers. As with most of the browser game's destroyers, such as the famous Shimakaze, the class' namesake and her Russophile classmate Hibiki are personified as schoolgirls. Get a look after the jump.
Additional support cast has been announced for next season's adaptation of Gugure!Kokkuri-san (aka Go Google It! Kokkuri-san), including Yukana as Tama, Hisako Kanemoto as Jime-ko, Kazutomi Yamamoto as Yamamoto-kun, and Yukari Tamura as the narrator. More after the jump.
September is shaping up to be a lively month for Shonen Jump's schedule. Kuroko's Basketball is confirmed to be gone as of September 1st's issue 40. Nurarihyon no Mago author Hiroshi Shiibashi's 2014 Illegal Rare looks like it could be leaving in the following issue. Meanwhile Hunter x Hunter's hiatus is extended at least through issue 41. More after the jump.
Yep, Yoshiyuki "Kill 'Em All" Tomino is at it again yet again. The Gundam creator, known for his brutal treatment of anime characters and brutally honest opinions on the industry (see recent attack on Attack on Titan) is going into his new work, G-Reco, with criticisms of modern voice actors and collaborators on his last Gundam project, 1999's Turn A Gundam. Get a look after the jump.
Plans have been announced for the 7th Free! anime DVD/Blu-ray. This March 18th 2015 release will featuring a special unaired episode of the sports series. More after the jump.
Ahead of a showcase at next month's Tokyo Game Show, a third One Piece Pirate Warriors team up between Bandai Namco and Koei Tecmo has been revealed. The Straw Hat Pirates will be crowd brawling further into Eiichiro Oda adventure story on PlayStation 3, Vita and now PlayStation 4. Get a look after the jump.
Last week's Penguinbear Project countdown has ended with announcement of plans for a Yuri Kuma Arashi TV anime, helmed by Kunihiko Ikuhara, with animator Etsuko Sumimoto adapting manga tie-in author Akiko Morishima's original character designs on the Silver Link production. The manga's home magazine, Comic Birz hypes the news on the cover of its October issue, out August 30th.