Some quick news for all you fans of things that are mysterious and spooky: Muhyo & Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation, the TV anime adaptation based on the dark fantasy manga by Yoshiyuki Nishi about a pair of paranormal investigators helping their clients deal with otherworldly threats, is returning for a second season. Hit the jump to learn more.
Following the official announcement for the TV anime second season based on his Jashin-chan Dropkick/Dropkick on My Devil! comedy manga, the manga author Yukiwo posted a special illustration on Twitter to express his appreciation to the fans who made it possible by purchasing more than 2,000 DVD/Blu-ray box sets. Check out his message after the jump!
As reported, the TV anime adaptation of Yukiwo's Jashin-chan Dropkick/Dropkick on My Devil! comedy manga will get a green light for its second season if its first season's DVD/Blu-ray box sets are sold more than 2,000 units. The anime's official Twitter confirmed today that it has sold 1,500 units in total so far. Hit the jump for more details.
To celebrate the conclusion of Planet With, an original science fiction TV anime based on the storyboards of manga author Satoshi Mizukami, a special talk and screening event entitled "The Universe is Filled with Blessings Night" is being held at the LOFT/PLUS ONE venue in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan at 8:00 PM JST on November 04, 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
In addition to the announcement for the "Sugoi Sabbath" event to be held on January 20, 2019, the official Twitter for the the TV anime adaptation of Yukiwo's Jashin-chan Dropkick/Dropkick on My Devil! comedy manga said today that its second season will get a green light if its first season's DVD/Blu-ray box sets are sold more than 2,000 units by the time of the event. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for AT-X (Anime Theater X), a 20-year-old Japanese premium anime channel available via satellite and cable, has announced the result of the online pool by its subscribers to choose their best anime in the first half of 2018. Check out the top 20 titles after the jump!
After the broadcast of its final 12th episode in Japan, the official website and Twitter for the TV anime adaptation of Rensuke Oshikiri's Hi Score Girl romantic comedy manga announced that the anime's three sequel episodes (ROUND 13-15) will be streamed on Netflix and released as an OVA in March 2019. A 15-second announcement video is also posted.
While its current box office gross is unknown, the official website for the anime feature film Non Non Biyori Vacation has been saying that it has become a big hit, and announced today that 50 more theaters across Japan will start showing it from September 29. Hit the jump for more details.
How Not to Summon a Demon Lord, an ongoing TV anime based on the harem fantasy light novel series written by Yukiya Murasaki and illustrated by Takahiro Tsurusaki about an otaku who assumes the in-game persona of his dark overlord MMO character when summoned to magical world, is developing a pair of augmented reality smart phone apps that will allow fans to wake up to the voices of Rem and Shera from the show. Hit the jump to learn more.
Lantis' official YouTube channel has started streaming a 100-second music video for "Ao no Rakugaki" (Graffiti of Blue), the OP theme song for the upcoming anime feature film Non Non Biyori Vacation, performed by two-member Japanese rock band nano.RIPE. Watch the clip featuring the members' recording session and summer seaside holiday after the jump.
Avex Pictures has published a non-credit version of the opening animation for How Not to Summon a Demon Lord, a TV anime based on the harem fantasy light novel series written by Yukiya Murasaki and illustrated by Takahiro Tsurusaki about a nerdy gamer who takes on the role of a dark overlord when summoned to a magical world. Hit the jump to check it out.
Good news, visual novel fans! According to a post on the official Twitter feed for the ISLAND TV anime, the international release of Front Wing's 2016 visual novel (including the English language version) is heading to Steam on August 24, 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.