According to an announcement on the official Twitter feed of manga author Cherry Arai, long-running 4 panel comedy manga Three Leaves, Three Colors (known as Sansha San'yo in Japan) is concluding its nearly 15 year run in the pages of Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara magazine. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Cherry Arai's four-panel comedy manga Sansya Sanyo/Three Leaves, Three Colors has posted the first one-minute preview of its unaired episode "Kinoko wa Karada ni Iindayo" (Mushroom is Good for Your Body) to be included in the first DVD/Blu-ray volume. Check the clips for the volume after the jump!
In what's hopefully a trend, rather than burying/blocking their openings on YouTube, a number of spring anime series have, by popular demand, posted non-credit versions. This includes My Hero Academia with Porno Graffitti's "The Day," Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamotom, with CustomiZ's "Coolest" and SuneoHair's "Nakushita Hibi ni Sayonara and Three Leaves, Three Colors, with cast idol unit Triple Feeling's "Clover Kakume-tion" and "Gūchoki Parade."
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Cherry Arai's four-panel comedy manga Sansya Sanyo has updated with a new main visual, also posting a 100-second 1st PV introducing its OP song "Clover Kakumation" and main character voices. Check the latest information after the jump!
The teaser site for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Cherry Arai's four-panel comedy manga Sansya Sanyo today announced its three additional voice cast: Machico as Serina Nishiyama, Aina Suzuki as Asako Kondo, and Rika Momokawa as Shino Sonobe. Check more information after the jump.
The teaser website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Cherry Arai's four-panel comedy manga Sansya Sanyo today announced the voice cast for its three main characters: Futaba Odagiri, Yoko Nishikawa and Teru Hayama, and also posted their character references in color and in black and white. Check the latest information after the jump!