AnimeJapan announced yesterday that the third largest anime event in the world and the biggest anime industry event of the year would be canceled. The event, which was scheduled to run during the March 21 weekend was set to announce an array of information on various anime and anime-related projects. The franchises effected announced what will be happening to their properties during the next day. See the collected information after the jump.
As a special Valentine’s Day treat for fans of the on-going TV anime adaptation of light novel series My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, the official website for the series released a new trailer today with a preview of the opening and ending themes for the third season, alongside a new key visual. Check it out after the jump!
Some quick news for fans of youthful romantic comedy going wrong: the third season of My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, the TV anime adaptation based on the OreGairu light novel series written by Wataru Watari and illustrated by Ponkan 8 about three high school students who join their school's "Service Club", is returning to Tokyo Broadcasting System on April 09, 2020. Hit the jump to learn more.
Today on the birthday of one of its two main heroines, Yukino Yukinoshita, the official website for the TV anime adaptation of Wataru Watari's romantic comedy series My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU announced that Nagi Yanagi is set to sing the OP theme song for its upcoming third season. And Saori Hayami and Nao Toyama are also confirmed to perform the ED song. Read their messages for the fans after the jump!
A new key visual, a new teaser trailer, and the main staff have been revealed for My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU - THE END -, the third season of the on-going TV anime adaptation based on the light novels written by Wataru Watari and illustrated by Ponkan 8 about a trio of students who join the "Service Club" at their high school. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official Twitter for Shogakukan's light novel imprint Gagaga Bunko has confirmed that the next 14th volume of Wataru Watari's romantic comedy series My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected will be its last one. The series started publishing in March 2011, and has printed more than nine million copies in eight and half years. Hit the jump for more details.