The official website for Nakajima Chizuna’s fantasy-comedy series, ã€ŒTenshi no Dropã€, has revealed plans for an anime adaptation project. It will be produced by AIC.
According to the obi strip found on the 5th volume, an anime adaptation of Yoshida Morohe’s romance-comedy manga series, ã€ŒInari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.ã€ has been green-lit for production.
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine has revealed some new songs and modules for the upcoming Playstation 3 version of Sega’s, ã€ŒHatsune Miku -Project DIVA- Fã€, rhythm game. Scans are available for view after the cut.
At the end of this week’s Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai episode, Kyoto Animation revealed its next TV anime project, entitled ã€ŒTamako Marketã€ — an original work. It is slated to premiere in January 9th, 2013.
According to the obi strip found on the 3rd volume of the manga, an anime adaptation of Takei Touka’s romance comedy series, ã€ŒKanojo ga Flag wo Oraretaraã€, has been green-lit for production.
According to a tweet from illustrator Fujima Takuya, a third season of ã€ŒDog Daysã€ is currently in production. The announcement was formally made at this weekend’s Flonya Festival 2012 event in Tokyo Dome City Hall.
Earlier today on Twitter, ã€ŒKodomo no Jikanã€ manga author Watashiya Kaworu revealed that her long-running manga series will be reaching a conclusion very soon. She did confirm that it will not be ending in the January issue of Comic High magazine — hitting store shelves December 22nd.
According to the January issue of Hobby Japan magazine, a new two-volume ã€ŒQueen’s Bladeã€ OVA series has been green-lit for production. It will be based off the non-canonical Vanquished Queens visual book. It is slated for release Spring 2013.
According to the official website, a new ã€ŒAa! Megami-sama!ã€ OAD will be arriving in early Summer next year. It will be bundled with the 46th volume of Fujishima Kosuke’s original manga series. Main cast and production staff will remain the same as previous releases.
According to the obi strip found on the 7th volume of the manga, a TV anime adaptation of Miyahara Ruri’s 4-panel series, ã€ŒLove Labã€, has been green-lit for production.