A flyer to promote the 3rd TV season of 「WORKING!!!」 confirms a July 2015 broadcast premiere date. Yumi Kamakura will serve as the new director for the project. The rest of the staff and cast remain the same.
The official website for the TV anime series, 「Shokugeki no Souma」, is currently hosting its first official promotional video — originally debuting at this weekend’s Jump Festa 2015 event. You can view the trailer after the cut.
A new 「Gintama」 anime series will premiere in April 2015. The announcement was originally made at this weekend’s Jump Festa 2015 event. This will mark the 4th TV series for the franchise. Additional details will be made when available.
According to the official Twitter account, a second season of 「To LOVE-Ru Darkness」 has been green-lit for production. The announcement was originally made at this weekend’s Jump Festa 2015 event. Further details will be available at a later date.
The official website for the film series, 「Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito」, is now currently hosting a new promotional video for the upcoming third episode — “The Brightness Falls” (Kagayaku-mono no Ten Yori Otsu). You can check out the video after the cut.
Earlier today, the main character designs for the second season of Oregairu, entitled 「Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. Zoku」, were revealed. It features Yukino Yukinoshita (CV: Saori Hayami), Yui Yuigahama (CV: Nao Touyama), Hachiman Hikigaya (CV: Takuya Eguchi), and Iroha Isshiki (CV: Ayane Sakura).
According to the latest issue of Young Gangan magazine, a TV anime adaptation of Chuugaku Akamatsu’s (author) and Shogako Tachibana’s (illustrator) spinoff manga series, 「Hidan no Aria AA」, has been green-lit for production. The news will be formally announced on the series’ web radio program — scheduled to air December 18th.
The TV anime follow-up to 2011’s mahou shoujo ONA collaboration project, 「Houkago no Pleiades」, will premiere in Spring 2015 on stations Tokyo MX, ABC, and more.
Earlier this weekend at the Wake Up, Girls! Festa.2014 Winter ~Wake Up, Girls! VS I-1club~ event held at Makuhari Messe in Tokyo, a second film for the series was announced. The staff from the original TV series will remain. A promotional video can be viewed after the cut.
According to the cover page for the latest issue of Young Jump magazine, an anime adaptation of SankakuHead’s slice-of-life comedy manga series, 「Himouto! Umaru-chan」 (干物妹！うまるちゃん), has been green-lit for production. Further details will be announced at a later date.