New GAINAX Evangelion project, currently known as “Puchi Eva EVANGELION@SCHOOL,” has been revealed. A line of figurines will kickoff this newly announced SD venture — supposedly aimed at a teen audience.
Characters designs by Hamamoto Ryusuke and packaged by Yotsuba Stuidios.
According to Moonphase and the April edition of Newtype Magazine, a second season of “Code Geass” has been formally announced — voice actors from the series have also shared their thoughts and comments on the upcoming expansion. In addition, there’s also to be a special broadcast of episodes 24 and 25 of the current season.
The welcoming news, coming from the 9th volume of the light novel — as well as hinted on the official website, of a brand new season of “Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan” is indeed happening. Rumors have been floating around about this one for quite awhile now — but today it’s finally confirmed. Whether this will be an OVA or a TV series is still to be determined. More details as it comes in…
Once again the dread and mighty Coengar2 rouses from his deep slumber from deep within his secret manga cave and reviews the latest in a new wave of gender bending titles
“El Cazador de la Bruja” premieres April 2nd on TV Tokyo — music by Yuki Kajiura.
OP: “Hikari no Yukue” by savage genius
ED: “romanesque” by FictionJunction YUUKA
With the overwhelming amount of momo-i goodness being put out this year, there is one release in particular that has my ani-nostalgia working in overdrive. It appears a new Haruko album — available March 21st — will feature a wide variety of classic anime theme songs, but in Famicom 8-bit style! Full tracklist after the jump…
出ましたっ！パワパフガールズZ – 35 ｢We’re Not Weeds!｣/ ｢Monster, The Laws of Compassion!｣
*Note: This list will continuously be updated as more premiere dates are announced…
Last Update: [03/23]
Personally looking forward to: Hayate the Combat Butler, El Cazador, StrikerS, Lucky☆Star, and of course, the new season of Emma!
From the pages of seinen magazine “Manga Time Kirara,” comes the official announcement of an anime conversion for Hiroyuki’s “Doujin Work” 4-koma comedy series — a story revolving around a group of characters who live in the world of the doujinshi market.
Photo galleries from the latest Wonder Festival event…