What do shows like Marmalade Boy, Boys Over Flowers and Lovely Complex have in common? Well, they all have to do with romantic relationships, but a bigger theme in them is the way that people take care of one another. Hit the jump to find out what makes them so touching!
Are you in the mood for some romantic anime? Crunchyroll has you covered today, because Hana Yori Dango (Boys Over Flowers is about to join the catalog. Dig into the details after the jump.
A few months ago we heard that there would be no new Boys Over Flowers drama -- and technically that's true. Because we're getting a dramatization of its sequel! Check out early news on the live-action remake of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 after the jump!
Crunchyroll previously reported that a new live-action TV drama adaptation of Boys Over Flowers (known as Hana Yori Dango in the original Japanese) was being developed for an April 2018 release on Tokyo Broadcasting System, but according to the original manga author, Yoko Kamio, no such plans are in the works. Hit the jump to learn more.
Actress Suzu Hirose will play the lead role in a new live-action TV drama adaptation of Boys Over Flowers (known as Hana Yori Dango in Japan), a popular and long-running romantic comedy shōjo manga by Yoko Kamio about a girl who inadvertently finds herself the object of affection of the 4 richest and most influential boys at a prestigious private school. Hit the jump to learn more.
Popular shoujo manga Boys Over Flowers is about to get a lot more musical. Announced in the 10th issue of Margaret magazine from Shueisha, Yoko Kamio's legendary series is about to get its very own musical adaptation. Do you think F4 has good singing voices? Find out more after the jump!
VIZ Media has announced the simultaneous free digital launch on February 14th of Boys Over Flowers Season 2. The new series marks the return of creator Yoko Kamio to her seminal shojo manga drama about the students of the elite Eitoku Academy. More after the jump.
Back in June, Wazego Collective launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund an American version of Yoko Kamio's often adapted shoujo Hana Yori Dango (Boys over Flowers). Though this was unsuccessful, WillKinn Media has jumped in and says the project is proceeding and has announced its cast other than the leading lady. See who's who after the jump.
In their latest poll, Japanese site MyNavi asked fans what group of anime characters they'd be thrilled to see turn up at their co-ed mixer party. The guys offered the predictable responses, but wait and see who the females picked. Results after the jump.