The official website for The New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs. Rikkai Game of Future, the upcoming two-part all-new original anime to be produced as the 20th-annivesary project for The New Prince of Tennis anime franchise, is updated with a key visual featuring the tennis club members of Hyotei Academy and Rikkaidai Junior High School. Check out the visual foreshadowing a fierce battle after the jump!.
16-year-old Hikaru Imamaki (Momosuke Oikawa in i☆Chu The Stage) is confirmed to star as the protagonist Ryoma Echizen in "Musical The Prince of Tennis II: The First Stage," the forthcoming first musical adaptation of Takeshi Konomi's The New Prince of Tennis sports manga. Check out more details including his Twitter message after the jump!
Takeshi Konomi's The New Prince of Tennis sports manga will get its first musical adaptation in near future, announced on The Prince of Tennis musical project site today on September 4. The original The Prince of Tennis musicals have performed more than 1,800 times and sold 2.9 million tickets since 2003. Hit the jump for more details.
An official website for The New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs. Rikkai Game of Future has opened with a teaser visual and announced that its two episodes will be released in the early spring of 2021. The all-new original anime focuses on a match between Hyotei Academy and Rikkaidai Junior High School, which has never been told in the manga series. Hit the jump for more information including the synopsis.
The official website for The Prince of Tennis Musical series announced today that its two-part latest show "The Prince of Tennis Musical 3rd Season: National Tournament Seigaku vs Rikkai" will be live-streamed for free on its official YouTube channel on May 30 and 31, 2020. Hit the jump for more details.
In commemoration of the 20th anniversary for The Prince of Tennis anime franchise in 2021, an all-new original episode The New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs Rikkai Game of Future is confirmed to be in the works. As the title suggests, it will focus on a match between Hyotei Academy and Rikkaidai Junior High School, which has never been told in the manga series. Hit the jump for more details.
Since the first one by Keigo Atobe (CV: Junichi Suwabe) in February 2004, The Prince of Tennis anime franchise has released cover versions of Sayuri Kokusho's 1986 hit song "Valentine Kiss" every year. On this year's Valentine's Day, Nico Nico Live will live stream a special program to repeatedly play the song released from 2004 to 2019 for 24 hours from 00:00 am (JST). Check out the lineup after the jump!
Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump manga magazine is aimed at young boys, but it also has a large female readership, and within its pages theres no shortage of handsome dudes for everyone to enjoy. A recent poll on goo ranking asked readers to pick their favorite "most beautiful" male characters, and the top 10 results may surprise you. Hit the jump to learn more.