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  1. Anime: The seven deadly Sins AMV/Opening:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9sf29AZHo
  2. The official Twitter account for Sunrise's original anime franchise Tiger & Bunny announced on Friday that the anime is getting a second season that will premiere in 2022. The new season is titled Tiger & Bunny 2, and it will tell a new story set after the events of the Tiger & Bunny The Movie -The Rising- anime film. Mitsuko Kase (Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory) is directing the anime at Bandai Namco Pictures. Masafumi Nishida is returning to handle series composition, and Masakazu Katsura is returning to design the characters. Hiroaki Hirata is reprising his role as Kotetsu T. Kaburagi/Wild Tiger, and Masakazu Morita is returning to voice Barnaby Brooks Jr. The original Tiger & Bunny television anime series centers around heroes for hire — super powered beings known as NEXT who wear sponsor logoslive television. Keiichi Satou (Karas director, The Big O character/mechanical designer) directed the anime, and Masafumi Nishida (live-action Kaibutsu-kun) wrote and oversaw the scripts. Manga artist Masakazu Katsura (Video Girl Ai, DNA², I''s, Zetman), a well-known fan of Batman and other superhero comics, created the original character designs. The 2011 anime series spawned two anime movies: Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Beginning in 2012 and Tiger & Bunny The Movie -The Rising- in 2014. Viz released the television series, the films, and the tie-in manga in North America. Ron Howard and Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment are producing a live-action Hollywood film adaptation of the anime. All Nippon Entertainment Works CEO Sandy Climan and Bandai Namco Pictures' Masayuki Ozaki are also producing the film project. Imagine Entertainment President Erica Huggins is overseeing the project. The producers have hired Ellen Shanman as a scriptwriter. The film's studio Global Road Entertainment filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware in September 2018. The filing affects the company's film division, but its sales and television divisions will continue to operate. Sources : animenewsnetwork
  3. Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that the television anime adaptation of Korean creator SIU's Tower of God manhwa will have 13 episodes. The series debuted on Crunchyroll on Wednesday. The anime premiered in Japan and South Korea on the same day. Takashi Sano (Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement, Transformers: Energon) is directing the anime at Telecom Animation Film (Lupin the Third: Part 5, We Rent Tsukumogami, Orange). Hirokazu Hanai (Dances with the Dragons, Chain Chronicle: The Light of Haecceitas) is the assistant director. Erika Yoshida (Trickster, Namu Amida Butsu! -Rendai Utena-) is in charge of series composition. Masashi Kudo (Bleach, Hayate the Combat Butler) and Miho Tanino are designing the characters. Kevin Penkin (Made in Abyss, The Rising of The Shield Hero) is composing the music. Sola Entertainment is providing production management for the series. Rialto Entertainment, Aniplex's wholly owned subsidiary, is producing the anime. The Crunchyroll and WEBTOON production is part of the Crunchyroll Originals slate. Source: animenewsnetwork
  4. HIDIVE announced on Thursday that it will begin streaming Saudi Arabian media company Manga Productions and Toei Animation's Future Folktales (Asatir: Mirai no Mukashibanashi) animated television series on Friday at 7:30 p.m. EDT. Sentai Filmworks announced its license of the series on Wednesday, and it will release the anime on home video. The series will premiere in Japan on J Tele on April 4, and it will have 13 episodes. The series' story is set in Riyadh in the year 2050, and centers on a grandmother named Asmaa telling folktales from the Arabian Peninsula to her three grandchildren. The cast includes: Masako Nozawa as Asmaa Naomi Ōzora as Maha Sachiko Kojima as Rayan Megumi Urawa as Sultan Manga Productions streamed a teaser trailer in November 2017 for "The Woodcutter's Treasure," its first collaboration with Toei Animation. The project is a 25-minute animation based on Saudi Arabian folklore and aimed at children and families, and it served as a pilot for a television series. The company stated in November 2017 that it has two upcoming projects with Toei Animation: a 13-episode television series and a 90-minute film. Manga Productions and Toei Animation announced in February that they have finished their animated collaboration film The Journey. Manga Productions previously planned to premiere the film at the Cannes Film Festival in May. The company plans to open the film this year. Manga Productions is a subsidiary of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Foundation, also known as MiSK, and named for Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. The company aims to create animation, comic, and video game projects to "promote Saudi ideas and messages internationally." MiSK signed a memorandum with Japan's Digital Hollywood University in October 2017 to train Saudi designers and programmers in creating animation and games. Sources: animenewsnetwork
  5. Southeast Asian anime distribution company Muse Asia's Muse Malaysia YouTube channel announced on Monday that it will stream the second half of the television anime of Tasuku Karasuma's No Guns Life manga, as well as the Null & Peta anime. The second half of the No Guns Life anime will debut streaming on Muse Malaysia on April 10 at 2:00 a.m. GMT +8. It will premiere in Japan on April 9. Composer Hiroyuki Sawano's "SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]" vocal project is partnering with MAN WITH A MISSION guitarist and vocalist Jean-Ken Johnny to perform the opening theme song "Chaos Drifters." The rock band This is Japan, who made their major debut in February, will perform the ending theme "New World." The anime's first half premiered on October 10. The show will have 24 episodes. Naoyuki Itou (Overlord all three seasons, Kanon, Kimi no Koe o Todoketai) is directing the anime at Madhouse (Boogiepop and Others, Overlord). Yukie Sugawara (Overlord all three seasons, Kino's Journey - The Beautiful World, Hina Logic - from Luck & Logic) is overseeing the series scripts and Masanori Shino (Black Lagoon, Digimon Adventure tri. films, Gungrave) is designing the characters. Kenji Kawai (Patlabor, Ghost in the Shell, Mobile Suit Gundam 00) is composing the anime's music. Viz Media licensed the manga and will begin releasing it in English this fall. The company describes the story: With no memory of his previous life—or who replaced his head with a giant gun—Juzo Inui now scratches out a living in the dark streets of the city as a Resolver. Karasuma launched the manga in Shueisha's Ultra Jump magazine in August 2014. Null & Peta is the anime of Tokyotoon and Shinei Animation's new original multimedia project of the same name. The anime is already available on Muse Malaysia. The series premiered in Japan last October. The "sisters slapstick comedy" project centers on a genius elementary school inventor named Null and her robot older sister Peta. The anime stars Azumi Waki as Null and Reina Ueda as Peta. Waki and Ueda also performed the theme song "#NULL*Peta." Hato (Nora, Princess, and Stray Cat) is credited with the original project and the scripts. Hirofumi Ogura (Black Butler II, The Knight in the Area) was the anime's director. Eku Takeshima designed the characters, and Ken Itakura adapted those designs for animation. Shinei Animation animated the series, and Ascension was credited with production cooperation. Yūki Kishida composed the music. Sources : animenewsnetwork
  6. Southeast Asian anime distribution company Muse Asia's Muse Vietnam YouTube channel added the first 14 episodes of the television anime of Miya Kazuki's "biblia fantasy" novel Ascendance of a Bookworm (Honzuki no Gekokujō - Shisho ni Naru Tame niwa Shudan o Erandeiramasen) last week. The first part premiered last October, and ended on December 25 with 14 episodes. The second part will premiere in Japan this coming Saturday, April 4, and it will have 12 episodes. J-Novel Club is releasing both the light novels and Suzuka's manga adaptation in English, and it describes the story: A certain college girl who's loved books ever since she was a little girl dies in an accident and is reborn in another world she knows nothing about. She is now Myne, the sickly five-year-old daughter of a poor soldier. To make things worse, the world she's been reborn in has a very low literacy rate and books mostly don't exist. She'd have to pay an enormous amounts of money to buy one. Myne resolves herself: If there aren't any books, she'll just have to make them! Her goal is to become a librarian. This story begins with her quest to make books so she can live surrounded by them! Dive into this biblio-fantasy written for book lovers and bookworms! Mitsuru Hongo (Kasumin, Crayon Shin-chan films, World Trigger) is directing the anime at Ajia-do (Genshiken, Spirit of Wonder) with assistant director Yoshiki Kawasaki (Monster Hunter Stories RIDE ON episode director), and Mariko Kunisawa (Hatsukoi Limited, Magimoji Rurumo) is in charge of the series scripts. Yoshiaki Yanagida (Genshiken, Spirit of Wonder) and Toshihisa Kaiya (Ruin Explorers - Fam & Ihrie, Spirit of Wonder, World Trigger) are designing the characters. Sumire Morohoshi performed the show's opening theme song "Mashiro" (Pure White). Morohoshi made her solo debut with the song. Megumi Nakajima performed the anime's ending song "Kamikazari no Tenshi" (Hair Ornament Angel). Sources : animenewsnetwork
  7. Lady Elianna Bernstein comes from a family of readers – and that might be putting it lightly. All she, her father, and her older brother really want to do is retreat to their family estate and read, but during her debutante season at court, Eli is proposed to by Prince Christopher, the heir to the throne. She's not keen on the idea of marrying him, but he offers her access to the royal archives, a repository of rare tomes, and tells her that her social duties will be limited if she accepts. Eli decides that this is worth being his show fiancée, because why else would he propose to a girl better known as “the library ghost?” It turns out that Chris definitely has his reasons… ______________________________________________ Like many another shoujo light novel heroine, Lady Elianna Bernstein can't figure out why the handsome and charming crown prince of her kingdom would want to marry her. The difference between Eli and, for example, the heroine of Can Someone Please Explain What’s Going On?!, is that Eli just doesn't care. She's a reader in the omnivorous sense that she will read absolutely anything that catches her interest and her tastes include a vast variety of styles and genres. In her case, this is at least in part attributable to the fact that she's a member of the Bernstein family; in the story's world, the Bernsteins are notorious book fiends who would much rather spend all day reading in their extensive library than pursuing any kind of power, political or otherwise. That's why, when Prince Christopher proposes to her during her debutante season, Elianna's first instinct is to say, “thanks, but no thanks” so that she can get out of the round of parties and get home to her books. In her mind, her family has no power, no interest in acquiring power, and she's pretty sure that Chris just wants to be engaged to her so that people will leave him alone. She only agrees to his proposal when he sweetens the deal with access to the rare books in the royal archives. Of course, this being a light novel like many others in its genre, Elianna is wrong on most counts about the prince's motives. To say that this comes as no surprise is perhaps to overstate it, but the appeal of the story isn't necessarily Eli's transformation from “quiet bookworm” to “sought after woman.” In fact, it's almost the opposite – even as things begin to become clearer to her regarding people's emotions (most specifically hers and the prince's), Elianna remains firmly herself. She doesn't suddenly want to become a princess, she doesn't develop an interest in politics or power. All Eli wants is to read her books, get more books and read them, and talk about her books with people who care. Even if you're not a mad reader, there's something very appealing about that, in no small part because it makes Eli a very secure person. She knows who she is and what she likes and wants, and if the slow rearing of romance's head does force her to think about Chris in a way she's not used to it doesn't change the basics of who she knows herself to be. The story, therefore, becomes more about the way she functions in the world than about her changing to fit the world's ideals, and that feels very refreshing. Since the novel is largely narrated in Elianna's first-person voice, that does ground things nicely. We do get two other first-person voices at different points in the book – Chris and Alexei, his cousin – which helps to broaden the viewpoint, but the story doesn't turn into anything like a “look how great she is” narrative. While Chris' definitely can skew that way (although he fortunately doesn't see her as any sort of savior or manic pixie dream girl figure), Alexei is not a contender for Elianna's heart and is simply remarking on how her reading has made her a valuable help when she offers commentary on a situation. Elianna and Christopher are an established couple, so there is no real whiff of reverse harem to the story; two of the other characters are interested in her, but that almost feels like leftovers from another draft or version that might have taken a more harem-like turn. Although Chris' voice shows his deep infatuation with Eli, her own no-nonsense (or at least less-nonsense) perspective keeps things from getting too cheesy at any given point. With this generally more stable-feeling storyline, it's interesting that Satsuki Sheena's art is on the more classic shoujo side and appears to owe its inspiration to the manga of the 1970s and 80s. Elianna in particular gives off that vibe with her oodles of curly hair, but the whole air of the illustrations very much of that period. It's a nice change in light novel illustrations, although the melodrama the style invokes is far from what's actually happening on the page. Not that other characters don't try to bring that element to the story – the main plot of the first third of the book is that another woman is trying to claim Prince Christopher for her own and her methods are Gothic to say the least. The novel is divided into three “arcs,” although “chapters” is a better term. The first, and longest, is about how Eli came to be Chris' fiancée and the machinations around that; this feels very much like the main story. The second section is narrated by Alexei and gives us a more thorough look into some of the incidents glossed over in the first part, and the third involves Chris taking Elianna to a special once-every-three-years book fair run by an in-world version of the Romany people, which actually works a bit better than you might expect. While it wouldn't be strictly true (or fair) to call it a side story, it does give off that impression, and the first arc is undoubtedly the strongest section in the novel. Bibliophile Princess is still escapist romance fiction like many of the other shoujo light novels available in English (and that's in no way a bad thing), but its heroine gives it a grounding that many others don't enjoy. It's an engaging story with a good heroine, and if you're looking for something a little different in the genre, this is a good place to turn. Sources : animenewsnetwork
  8. Crunchyroll began streaming an extended trailer for the television anime adaptation of Korean creator SIU's Tower of God manhwa on Monday. The series will debut on Crunchyroll on April 1 at 10:30 AM EDT. The anime will premiere in Japan on the same day at 24:30 JST (effectively April 2 at 12:30 a.m.). The website teased the anime would also have a simultaneous release in South Korea. The anime's cast includes: Taichi Ichikawa as Bam Saori Hayami as Rachel Houchu Ohtsuka as Headon Rie Suegara as Endorsi Jahad Akira Sekine as Anaak Jahad Nobuhiko Okamoto as Khun Aguero Agnes Kenta Miyake as Rak Wraithraiser Mariko Honda as Yuri Jahad Toshinari Fukamachi as Hatz Takuya Eguchi as Shibisu Kazuyuki Okitsu as Evan Edroch Takashi Sano (Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement, Transformers: Energon) is directing the anime at Telecom Animation Film (Lupin the Third: Part 5, We Rent Tsukumogami, Orange). Hirokazu Hanai (Dances with the Dragons, Chain Chronicle: The Light of Haecceitas) is the assistant director. Erika Yoshida (Trickster, Namu Amida Butsu! -Rendai Utena-) is in charge of series composition. Masashi Kudo (Bleach, Hayate the Combat Butler) and Miho Tanino are designing the characters. Kevin Penkin (Made in Abyss, The Rising of The Shield Hero) is composing the music. Korean all-male band Stray Kids are performing the opening theme song "TOP-Japanese ver.-." Sola Entertainment is providing production management for the series. Rialto Entertainment, Aniplex's wholly owned subsidiary, is producing the anime. The Crunchyroll and WEBTOON production is part of the Crunchyroll Originals slate. Crunchyroll describes the anime: The upcoming Crunchyroll Original series centers on the journey of a young man as he battles his way through the mysterious Tower, building friendships, discovering the rules that govern this tower, and facing unimaginable terrors, as he strives to find the only friend he's ever known. SIU launched the manhwa on NAVER WEBTOON in 2010. WEBTOONS launched the manhwa in English in July 2014. Sources : animenewsnetwork
  9. The official website for the World Witches franchise posted the second promotional video and a key visual for the Dai-501 Tōgō Sentō Kōkū-dan Strike Witches: Road to Berlin (501st Joint Fighter Wing Strike Witches: Road to Berlin) television anime series on Saturday. The video reveals that the anime will premiere in October Humikane Shimada and Projekt Kagonish are credited with the original work of Strike Witches: Road to Berlin. Shimada is also credited with the original character designs. Kazuhiro Takamura is returning to direct the series at David Production, and is also adapting Shimada's character designs for animation. Striker Unit is handling the series composition, and Tatsuhiko Urata (Strike Witches and Strike Witches 2 scriptwriter) is credited as the chief writer. Additional staff members include: Writers: Takashi Aoshima, Toshihiko Tsukiji World-Building Setting, Military Research: Takaaki Suzuki Series Literature: Shinya Murakami Neuroi Design: Naohiro Washio Music: Seikou Nagaoka Music Production: Nippon Columbia Sound Director: Tomohiro Yoshida Sound Effects: Mutsuhiro Nishimura Sound Production: Magic Capsule Producer: Takashi Tachizaki The anime will star: Misato Fukuen as Yoshika Miyafuji Saori Seto as Mio Sakamoto Kaori Nazuka as Lynette Bishop Miyuki Sawashiro as Perrine-H. Clostermann Rie Tanaka as Minna-Dietlinde Wilcke Mie Sonozaki as Gertrud Barkhorn Sakura Nogawa as Erica Hartmann Chiwa Saito as Francesca Lucchini Ami Koshimizu as Charlotte E Yeager Mai Kadowaki as Sanya V. Litvyak Ayuru Ōhashi as Eila Ilmatar Juutilainen The separate Renmei Kūgun Kōkū Mahō Ongakutai Luminous Witches anime will premiere in 2021. It will star: Sayaka Tsuzuki as Eleonore Giovanna Gassion (third from left in image above) Ami Aimoto as Lyudmila Andreyevna Rouslanova (fourth from left) Mai Narumi as Virginia Robertson (fifth from left) Minako Hosogawa as Inori Shibuya (fourth from right) Ryō Mamiya as Aira Payvikki Linnamar (third from right) Kyō Tachibana as Joanna Elizabeth Stafford (far left) Miu Kotosaka as Sylvie Cariello (second from left) Momo Hanae as Maria Magadalene Dietrich (second from right) Misaki Yuki as Manaia Matawhaura Hato (far right) Humikane Shimada drew the character designs for the new Witches. Shimada and Projekt World Witches are credited with the original work. Shouji Saeki (episode director and scriptwriter for Strike Witches and Strike Witches 2) directing the anime and handling the series composition. Shinya Murakami is credited for the "Witches series literature." Kadokawa is producing the music. The anime's main cast formed an idol unit last year, and the first CD single, "Flying Skyhigh," will ship on May 27. The overall franchise's story centers on an alien invasion by beings known as the Neuroi. The only way to damage and ultimately defeat them lies in Witches, girls who possess magical powers and are capable of wielding Striker Units that enhance their abilities and allow them to maneuver in the air. The characters in the franchise are often based on real-life aerial aces from various nationali The series is based on illustrator Humikane Shimada's mecha-girl illustrations, and Shimada is credited as the original creator and character designer for the franchise. The mixed-media franchise began with a manga in 2005, and a light novel series in 2006, both of which focus on different characters from the eventual Strike Witches anime. The anime premiered in 2008, and it spawned a sequel, a film, and an OVA series. The franchise also spawned the Brave Witches anime in October 2016, as well as numerous spinoff manga, novels, and games. The Strike Witches: 501st JOINT FIGHTER WING Take Off! (Strike Witches 501 Butai Hasshinshimasu!) TV and online anime series premiered on April 9, and a 30-minute film opened in Japan on October 4. Sources : animenewsnetwork
  10. Kodansha announced on Saturday that its Magazine Pocket app will start a new manga in the Hypnosis Mic franchise titled Hypnosis Mic -Division Rap Battle- side D.H & B.A.T on April 10. The manga will center on the Osaka Division Dotsuitare Hompo and Nagoya Division Bad Ass Temple. Kikō Aiba is drawing the manga and Yūichirō Momose is writing the scenario. The manga is the fourth manga based on King Records' Hypnosis Mic franchise. The rap-themed project features voice actors who rap in the personas of original characters, and it launched in September 2017. The Hypnosis Mic performers are the Ikebukuro Division Busters Bros (Subaru Kimura, Haruki Ishiya, Kōhei Amasaki), Yokohama Division Mad Trigger Crew (Shintarō Asanuma, Shin'ichirō Kamio, Wataru Komada), Shinjuku Division Matenrō (Sho Hayami, Ryūichi Kijima, Kent Itō), Shibuya Division Fling Posse (Yusuke Shirai, Sōma Saitō, Yukihiro Nozuyama), Osaka Division Dotsuitare Hompo (Kengo Kawanishi, Ryōta Iwasaki, Takaya Kuroda), and Nagoya Division Bad Ass Temple (Yūki Sakakihara, Shouta Hayama, Eiji Takeuchi). Kiiko Jyо̄ and Yūichirō Momose's Hypnosis Mic -Division Rap Battle- side F.P. & M manga ended its first part earlier this month, and will start a second part this fall. The manga launched in December 2018. The manga focuses on the Fling Posse and Matenrō groups. Tetsuji Kanie's Hypnosis Mic -Division Rap Battle- side B.B. & M.T.C manga ended in Kodansha's Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine on Thursday. Kanie launched the manga in December 2018. The manga follows the franchise's groups Buster Bros. and Mad Trigger Crew. Momose and Rui Karasuzuki's Hypnosis Mic -Before the Battle- The Dirty Dawg manga debuted in Kodansha's Shonen Magazine Edge in December 2018. The Dirty Dawg manga focuses on the Matenrō member Jakurai Jinguji/ill-DOC (singer: Sho Hayami), Fling Posse member Ramunda Amemura/easy R (singer: Yusuke Shirai), Mad Trigger Crew member Samatoki Aohitsugi/Mr. HC (singer: Shintarō Asanuma), and Buster Bros. member Ichiro Yamada/MC B.B. (singer: Subaru Kimura). Hypnosis Mic's first full album Enter the Hypnosis Microphone launched in April 2018. The group earned the top spot as the most popular voice actor Twitter account in Japan for 2018. The project includes multiple manga tie-ins, a planned mobile game, stage plays, and live events. The franchise is also inspiring the television anime Hypnosis Mic -Division Rap Battle- Rhyme Anima this year. Sources : animenewsnetwork

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