It's the Halloween season, and that can only mean one thing: it's time to join the School Living Club on tons of fun adventures while living at school! Hit the jump to join "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" as we celebrate the five year anniversary of SCHOOL-LIVE! with a spoiler-free retrospective that explores the survival horror series and its themes.
The cute cafe full of the colorful characters of Is the Order a Rabbit? TV anime return in season three on October 10, it was announced on the official account for the series today. Titled Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM, the TV anime picks up where we left off of the adaptation of the four-panel manga by Koi. Take a sip after the jump!
The adorable Is the Order a Rabbit? TV anime will again be prepping orders in its 3rd season, scheduled to broadcast in Japan from October. But before then, the adaptation of the four-panel manga by Koi released a new visual on July 18 alongside the names of the opening and ending theme songs sung by the cast of the hit TV anime. Enjoy the sweetness after the jump!
Let's all go down to the ballgame and watch the girls from Shinkoshigaya High School Girls Baseball Club duke it out to be the best team they can be in the newest trailer for the upcoming TV anime Tamayomi, previewing the opening theme 'Never Let You Go!' and showcasing the entire baseball team! Catch up after the jump!
Get ready for your daily recommended dose of kawaii, because a new teaser trailer has been published for the recently announced Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM TV anime, the latest season of the ongoing adaptation based on the 4-panel manga by Koi about cute girls working in a coffee house. Hit the jump to check it out.
Tamayomi, an upcoming TV anime based on the sports manga by Mountain Pukuichi about a pair of girls who form a pitcher / catcher battery and revitalize their high school baseball club, is getting ready to swing for the fences in April of 2020, and now the opening and ending theme song performers have been revealed for the show. Hit the jump to learn more.
Some good news for fans of the daily misadventures of Shadow Mistress Yuko: Izumo Ito's supernatural comedy manga, The Demon Girl Next Door (known as Machikado Mazoku in Japan), has resumed serialization in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat seinen manga magazine after a lengthy hiatus due to the author's medical issues. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new trailer and a the Japanese TV schedule have been revealed for Koisuru Asteroid ("Asteroid in Love"), an upcoming TV anime based on the 4 panel comic by Quro about a group of high school girls who fall in love with astronomy. Hit the jump to check it out.