Toei Animation's Atsutoshi Umezawa yesterday announced on his Twitter that a sequel novel to the 9th PreCure TV anime series Smile PreCure! was completed and already sent to press for a summer 2016 release. Umezawa served as a producer for the PreCure TV series from 2009 to 2013. Hit the jump for more details.
Intrepid fans have spotted entries for Glitter Force and The Seven Deadly Sins on Netflix's U.S. and Japan launch pages, respectively. Could this mean that these anime will be available to English-speaking audiences in the near future? Hit the jump to speculate.
Saban Brands has been advertising a new "girls action" TV show in trade magazines under the title of Glitter Force, and the artwork used is from Smile PreCure!, a 2012 TV anime from Toei. Hit the jump to learn more.