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    Saturday July 23, 2022
  • Kawaii Tanuki mo Raku Janai Gets Grumpy with Web Anime

    Adaptation based on Kei Kawaguchi's gag manga is distributed on the official "Hakusen Anime Channel"

    Being an adorable, furry critter is harder than it looks in Kawaii Tanuki mo Raku Janai ("Being a Cute Tanuki Also Isn't Easy"), a newly debuted web anime based on the slapstick gag manga of the same name by Kei Kawaguchi about a rich and carefree college student who befriends a cute but sharp-tongued tanuki. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Tuesday April 19, 2022
  • Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts TV Anime Announces Its 2023 Premiere

    The manga's total print run has surpassed 2.1 million copies

    Following the first announcement in January, an official teaser site for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Yu Tomofuji's fantasy romance shoujo manga Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts opens today, announcing its premiere date of 2023. Check out a teaser visual featuring its two main characters, Sariphi and Leonhart after the jump!

  • Monday December 20, 2021
  • Manga Publisher Hakusensha Launches Its Original Net Anime Channel on YouTube

    Its first episode is voiced by Maaya Uchida and Junichi Suwabe

    Japanese publisher Hakusensha has announced the launch of "Hakusen Anime Channel," its official YouTube channel to offer original net anime episodes based on popular manga series that are serialized in its magazines. The first title is Keiko Sakano's Oni no Hanayome wa Taberaretai (The Demon's Bride Wants to Be Eaten). Check out the first episode after the jump!

  • Tuesday September 28, 2021
  • Tsubasa Honda Shows Her Love for March Comes In like a Lion Manga in 16th Volume's Special PV

    The special edition comes with a "Jigsaw Puzzle of Candy Land"

    Hakusensha had announced that the PV and poster for the latest 16th volume of Chika Umino's March Comes In like a Lion manga will feature a "certain person" who has a love for the manga that even the author is surprised. Following the teaser clip that hid the person's face, the publisher posted a 30-second PV to reveal she is actress Tsubasa Honda (Winry Rockbell in Fullmetal Alchemist). Check out the clip after the jump!

  • Thursday September 9, 2021
  • Kentaro Miura's King of Wolves Manga Gets Re-Serialized in Young Animal Zero Magazine

    The editorial department wants to introduce people to Miura's lesser-known works

    While Kentaro Miura is best known for the manga epic Berserk, the artist also worked on some other series' in his life, including one with Fist of the North Star creator Buronson. To celebrate the life of Miura, Hakusensha will re-release their first collaboration King of Wolves in the next few issues of Young Animal Zero. More details after the jump.

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