On his blog earlier today, program designer ZUN announced plans for the fifteenth official game in Touhou Project series, entitled 「Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom」. A trial version is expected to be released at this year’s Reitaisai event; taking place on May 10th. The full game will be completed by this summer. Reimu, Marisa, Sanae, and Reisen will all be playable.
「Lupin III (2015)」 is a TV sequel to the 1984 series, Lupin III: Part III. The new project will begin to air on station Nihon TV in July. It will also see the return of veteran music composer Yuji Ohno; who worked on the original Lupin anime.
The upcoming ONA sequel to Robot Girl Z, entitled 「Robot Girls Z Plus」, will officially premiere on May 20th, 2015 on Niconico Douga and Youtube. There will be six episodes total; each with a running-time of 8 minutes. A new episode will be delivered every 20th of the month.
The full music video for Nana Mizuki’s 32nd single “Angel Blossom” is now available for view. The song is also known as the opening theme for the TV anime, 「Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha ViVid」.
During this weekend’s 「Selector WIXOSS」 event at Ichikawa City Cultural Center in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, plans for an animated film for the series was announced. Further details will be given at a later date.
The official website to 「Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito」 is now currently hosting a 10-min preview for the upcoming third episode of the film/OVA series. You can view the trailer after the cut.
The official website for Trigger’s 「Little Witch Academia: Mahou Shikake no Parade」 (The Enchanted Parade) anime has updated with new character designs for the upcoming sequel. It is slated to be released in 2015.
Earlier today, the first promotional video for the upcoming film, 「Boruto: Naruto the Movie」, was released. You can view the trailer after the cut.
According to Otakomu, listings for the anime staff and partial cast of the upcoming TV anime 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 revealed.
According to the official website for Dynamic Planning, a new 「Devilman」 anime film adaptation is scheduled for Japanese theaters in Fall 2015. It will be produced by studio Actas (Girls und Panzer).