According to the obi strip found on the 6th volume of the light novel, Akamitsu Awamura’s (author) and refeia’s (illustrator) action-fantasy series, 「Seiken Tsukai no World Break」, has been green-lit for production. A drama CD — cast found below — is bundled with the limited edition of the current volume.
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The 1987 beat ‘em up arcade classic Wonder Momo from Namco is receiving an entirely new game from American developer WayForward. It is being produced for both the PC and Android.
Earlier today a 15-second commercial was released showcasing the upcoming anime series 「Mekaku City Actors」 from studio Shaft. The new project from director Akiyuki Shinbo is scheduled to premiere on April 12th on station Tokyo MX. You can locate the video after the cut.
According to the February issue of Monthly Gangan Joker magazine, a TV anime adaptation of Takahiro’s (author) and Tashiro Tetsuya’s (illustrator) action-fantasy manga series, 「Akame ga Kill!」 (アカメが斬る！), has been green-lit for production. Further details will be released at a later date.
According to the March issue of Manga 4-Koma Palette magazine, a TV anime adaptation of Koutarou Kosugi’s four-panel comedy manga series, 「Futsuu no Joshikousei ga [Locodol] Yatte Mita.」 (普通の女子校生が【ろこどる】やってみた。), has been green-lit for production. The new project will air on stations TBS and BS-TBS later this year.
Earlier today, a PV of the upcoming 「Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon 20th Anniversary Memorial」 tribute album was uploaded on King Records’ official Youtube channel. The CD includes 10 music covers plus bonus from various artists such as Mariko Goto x Abu-chan, Mitsuko Horie, Haruko Momoi, Momoiro Clover Z, Shoko Nakagawa, Tommy heavenly6, and more. You can locate the video after the cut.
According to the official Twitter account, an anime adaptation of the digital light novel series, 「Momokyun Sword」, has been green-lit for production. Additional details will be given out at a later date.
According to the obi strip found on the 10th volume of the manga, an anime adaptation of Sui Ishida’s supernatural-drama series, 「Tokyo Ghoul」, is in the works. No other details are available at this time.