According to January 2015 issue of Manga Time Kirara Miracle! magazine, an anime adaptation of Ayumu Kasuga’s action-comedy manga series, 「Joukamachi no Dandelion」, has been green-lit for production. Further details are expected at a later date.
A key visual for the upcoming Black Moon Arc in the 「Sailor Moon Crystal」 anime series was released. It was originally unveiled at this weekend’s Animate Girls Festival 2014 event held in Sunshine City, Tokyo. The illustration shows the Crystal anime character design for Chibiusa.
According to the official website, an anime adaptation of Yoshiki Tanaka’s (author) and Yoshitaka Amano’s (illustrator) fantasy novel series, 「Arslan Senki」 (アルスラーン戦記 / The Heroic Legend of Arslan), has been green-lit for production. An announcement CM was released showing that the new project will instead be based off Hiromu Arakawa’s (Fullmetal Alchemist) manga adaptation of the original series.
A promotional video for the original TV anime project, 「Plastic Memories」, was released earlier this week. Although the video is region-locked for those outside Japan, you can freely view it from another source located below.
The official 「Akuma no Riddle」 anime website is now currently hosting the first promotional video for the upcoming OVA. The new special is known as the unaired 13th episode of the original TV series. It will be included with the 7th volume of the BD/DVD release — out December 17th, 2014.
The first official promotional video for the upcoming Arpeggio film, entitled 「Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio: Ars Nova DC」, was released earlier this week. It is one of two movies for the series that will premiere in Japanese theaters next year.
According to the leaflet promoting the new series, the anime adaptation of Tsukimonogatari is scheduled for December 31st. All 4 episodes will be shown in a row on stations Tokyo MX, BS11, and streamed on Niconico Douga.
An official website for the anime adaptation of Tetsuto Uesu’s (author) and Nekosuke Ookuma’s (illustrator) action-fantasy light novel series, 「Shinmai Maou no Testament」, was recently launched; along with a main cast list, key visual, and promotional video. The new project is set to premiere in January 2015.
Last night, virtual idol Hatsune Miku made her U.S. television debut by performing on CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman. The song chosen was “Sharing the World” from Vocaloid producer ELEKI. The special live was in promotion of the upcoming Hatsune Miku Expo in Los Angeles (October 11th-12th) and New York (October 17th-18th). You can check out the video after the cut.