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    Friday July 3, 2020
  • Street Life is Wild in Ikebukuro West Gate Park TV Anime Trailer

    Adaptation based on novel series by Ira Ishida hits Japanese TV in October of 2020

    Life is dangerous and thrilling in the mean streets of the Tokyo underground in a new trailer for Ikebukuro West Gate Park, an upcoming TV anime based on the series of urban mystery novels written by Ira Ishida. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Wednesday July 1, 2020
  • Co-workers Get Ornery in My Senpai Is Annoying TV Anime Adaptation

    Doga Kobo handles animation production for adaptation of Shiromanta's popular web comic & manga

    Head's up, fans of office comedy and romance! My Senpai is Annoying (known in Japan as Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi), a web comic by Shiromanta about a feisty young office lady who begins to fall for her overbearing superior at work, is being adapted into a TV anime. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Friday June 19, 2020
  • Upcoming Ikebukuro West Gate Park TV Anime Delayed to October Due to COVID-19

    A new visual of the adaptation of Ira Ishida's mystery novels was released

    The official Twitter account for upcoming mystery TV anime Ikebukuro West Gate Park, shortened as "IWGP", announced today that the series will not be meeting its July broadcast and will instead be delayed to October 2020 due to the ongoing effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Japan. A new visual was also released which can be seen after the jump!

     

  • Tuesday June 30, 2020
  • Anime vs. Real Life: The Many Dark Alleys of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    Check out more of the real-world locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    In this installment of Anime vs. Real Life, check out almost 50 real-life comparison images from Doga Kobo’s superb character drama, SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME’. From all of the show’s long and dark alleys, to all of Rikuo’s workplaces, see how the show’s locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!

  • Tuesday June 2, 2020
  • TV Anime Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater Set to Resume on July 7

    The broadcast has been halted after its third episode was aired on April 21

    The official website for the TV anime adaptation of Yasuyuki Kosaka's fishing-themed manga Hokago Teibo Nisshi / Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater announced today that it will resume broadcasting from its first episode on July 7, 2020. Its broadcast in Japan has been halted after its third episode was aired on April 21. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Wednesday May 27, 2020
  • Hiro Shimono & Rikiya Noyama Join TV Anime Sleepy Princess as Brave & Monster

    Mitsue Yamasaki (How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?) -directed comedy fantasy is set for 2020

    The official website for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Kagiji Kumanomata's fantasy comedy manga Maoujou de Oyasumi / Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle has announced its two additional voice cast members: Hiro Shimono as Brave Akatsuki and Rikiya Koyama as Monster Haritoge Majiro. You can also check out a special support illustration by the manga author after the jump.

  • Thursday May 21, 2020
  • Asteroid in Love Anime Reveals Key Visual for This Sunday's Canceled Event

    You can watch the 12-episode TV anime on Crunchyroll

    The official website for the Koisuru Asteroid / Asteroid in Love TV anime posted a key visual featuring the five main girls in the costumes of each birthday constellation for the canceled special event. It was originally scheduled to be held at Fussa Shimin Kaikan in Tokyo this Sunday but has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Check out their cute visual after the jump.

  • Tuesday April 21, 2020
  • Anime vs. Real Life: The Somber Real-World Locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME’

    Check out the real-world locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME is an usual departure from Doga Kobo’s recent trademark colorful slice-of life formula, to a more grounded and somber character drama. And that also entails a bit of a shift in tone for the show's locations. So in this installment of Anime vs. Real Life, see how all of the show’s locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!

  • Tuesday April 14, 2020
  • TV Anime Hokago Teibo Nisshi Halts Broadcasting After Its 3rd Episode

    The releases of its DVD/Blu-ray and OP theme CD are also postponed

    The official website for the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Yasuyuki Kosaka's fishing-themed manga Hokago Teibo Nisshi (Afterschool Embankment Journal) announced today that its broadcasting will be halted after its third episode next week, which has been already completed. The anime's second episode was aired in Japan last night. Read their message after the jump.