The official Kiniro Mosaic website has began hosting the first promotional video for the second season, entitled 「Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic」. You can view the trailer after the cut.
The first promotional video for the second season of the Hitsugi no Chaika TV series, entitled 「Hitsugi no Chaika: AVENGING BATTLE」, was released earlier today. You can view the video after the cut.
During this weekend’s Working!! and Servant x Service Summer Festa event, it was announced that the 「Working!!」 series would receive a third anime season. Further details will be revealed at a later date.
The official website to 「Hanamonogatari」 has began hosting a third promotional video for the upcoming 5-episode series. You can view the trailer yourself after the cut.
The official website to 「Gundam Reconguista in G」 has released a new video featuring the first 10-minutes of episode 1. Although the video is region-locked for those outside Japan, you can freely view it from another source located below.
A 25th unaired episode of Trigger’s TV anime series 「Kill la Kill」 will be bundled with the 9th volume of the Blu-ray and DVD release — out September 3rd, 2014. It will be about the graduation ceremony from Honnouji Academy.
The official website for the TV anime adaptation of the online browser card battle game, 「Kantai Collection: KanColle」, has began hosting the first promotional video for the upcoming series. You can view the video after the cut.
During the “Fate Project Presentation” event streamed live on Niconico, studio ufotable layed out their plans for the TV adaptation planned for October this year. The series will be a split 2-cour and will focus on the “Unlimited Bladeworks” route.
The Japanese idol group Momoiro Clover Z has released the official music video for their recent MOON PRIDE single — also known as the opening theme for Sailor Moon Crystal. The MV features an extensive amount of animated scenes from the new series. You can view it yourself after the cut.
According to Comic Natalie, a TV anime adaptation of Kohske’s action-drama manga series, 「Gangsta.」, has been green-lit for production. The announcement was originally discovered on the obi strip found on the 6th volume of the comic.