The May issue of this year’s Dengeki G’s magazine features an anime visual of Key’s upcoming 「Charlotte」 series — from studio P.A. Works. The article also lists staff information; as well as a premiere date of July 2015.
According to the May issue of Young King OURs magazine, an anime adaptation of Hellsing author Kouta Hirano’s action-adventure series, 「Drifters」 (ドリフターズ), has been green-lit for production. Further details will be available at a later date.
The official website for the original TV anime series, 「Classroom☆Crisis」, is currently hosting a teaser commercial. The first anime key visual is also displayed on its homepage.
During the Tokyo MX broadcast of the 12th and final episode of Tokyo Ghoul √A, it was announced that an OVA based off the spin-off manga 「Tokyo Ghoul Jack」 is in the works. More information will be available at a later date.
During the Tokyo MX broadcast of the 12th and final episode of 「Kantai Collection: Kancolle」, it was revealed that a second season for the series is in the works. Further details will be available at a later date.
The latest issue of Monthly Comic Zenon magazine reveals a TV anime adaptation of Chie Shinkyu’s slice-of-life manga series, 「Wakako-Zake」 (ワカコ酒). The new series will be directed by Minoru Yamaoka — slated to premiere in July 2015. The manga was also adapted as a live-action TV drama last year.
During the Nico live stream for Senki Zesshou Symphogear G, new information regarding the third season of the series was finally revealed. Season 3 will be titled, 「Senki Zesshou Symphogear GX: Believe in Justice and Hold a Determination to Fist」. It will premiere in July 2015. The original staff and cast will return. A promotional video accompanied the news; as well as the first key visual.
According to the official Twitter account for the series, a second season of 「Idolmaster Cinderella Girls」 has been announced.
The main cast for the TV anime adaptation of 「Danchigai」 has been announced. Accompanying the news is the first anime key visual.
According to Otakomu, a TV anime adaptation of Takemaru Inui’s fantasy-comedy manga series, 「Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou」 (Everyday That There Is a Monster Girl / モンスター娘のいる日常), has been green-lit for production. The new project is set to begin in July. Further details will be revealed at a later date.