Interested in a net sport, but can't tell any of them apart? Anime's always got the answer! Hit the jump below to take the quiz and find out which net sport is right for YOU.
It's been a roller-coaster ride for Teekyu, a comedy manga written by Roots and illustrated by Piyo, but after nearly six years of publication and more than 14 collected volumes (as well as 9 seasons of an anime adaptation) the absurd manga ostensibly about a group of four girls in a tennis club is finally coming to an end, with only two chapters remaining to be published in the the Comic Earth Star digital magazine. Hit the jump for details.
Sports has grown into one of the biggest genres of anime and manga, but they can't all be about two teams and a ball. Some truly niche forms of competition have been given the spotlight over the years. From cult scene sports to expensive hobbies turned competitions to outright made up activities too weird or impossible to exist in the real world, Micchy shares the best anime has to offer!
Earth Star Entertainment's official YouTube channel today posted a dance version music video for "Kaiun! Shofuku! Entenka" performed by six-member voice actress unit Earth Star Dream, which is now used as the ED theme for the latest 9th season of the TV anime Teekyu. Watch their cheerful dance performance after the jump!
Get ready for more of the everyday fun of the Kameido High tennis club, which will surely feature a bunch of tennis action this time. Definitely. Teekyu 9 is set to kick off today, July 12 at 8:45am Pacific Time. Read on for more.
A new trailer unleashes a taste of what's to come in the 9th season of Teekyu, an ongoing short form TV anime comedy based on the absurd manga written by Roots and illustrated by Piyo about a high school tennis club that doesn't really play a lot of tennis. Hit the jump to check it out.
After seven months hiatus, the official website for the TV anime adaptations based on Roots and Piyo's comedy manga series Teekyu today confirmed that its next ninth season is set to premiere on Tokyo MX and Sun TV on July 12, then on AT-X on the following day. Check out more latest information after the jump.
Oddball short-form TV anime Teekyu is returning for a triumphant 9th season in July of 2017, and the official website for the series is whetting fans appetites for non-tennis related nonsense with a new key visual and information about the show's Japanese broadcast and OP / ED themes. Hit the jump to learn more.