During the â€œFate Project Presentationâ€ 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.
According to Comic Natalie, a TV anime adaptation of Kohske’s action-drama manga series, ã€ŒGangsta.ã€, has been green-lit for production. The announcement was originally discovered on the obi strip found on the 6th volume of the comic.
A notice found inside the 7th Blu-ray volume of ã€ŒKyoukai no Kanataã€ reveals plans of a theatrical film for the series — set to premiere Spring 2015. Further details will be available at a later date.
Following last night’s “Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon | Usagi Tsukino Birthday Party in Special ViVi Night” event, Natalie shared screenshots from the upcoming ã€ŒSailor Moon Crystalã€ series. In addition, more of the voice cast was also revealed.
At the end of this week’s final episode of ã€ŒLove Live! School Idol Project 2nd Seasonã€, it was revealed that an animated film for the series was green-lit for production. It is part of the fifth anniversary project for the franchise. Further details will be available at a later date.
With the finale of the first season airing earlier today, it was announced that the second season of ã€ŒHitsugi no Chaikaã€ would premiere in October 2014. The first key visual was also revealed to accompany the announcement.
According to the July issue of Comic News, a TV anime adaptation and live-action film of Yuusei Matsui’s action-comedy manga series, ã€ŒAnsatsu Kyoushitsuã€ (æš—æ®ºæ•™å®¤ / Assassination Classroom), has been green-lit for production. The new animated project will be handled by studio Lerche. It is slated to premiere on station Fuji TV in 2015.
According to the August issue of Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine, a TV anime adaptation of Norimitsu Kaihou’s (author) and Sadoru Chiba’s (illustrator) slice of life-mystery manga series, ã€ŒGakkou Gurashi!ã€ (ãŒã£ã“ã†ãã‚‰ã—! / School-Live!), has been green-lit for production. Further details will be available at a later date.
According to the August issue of Young Ace magazine, an anime adaptation of Osamu Takahashi’s action-comedy manga series, ã€ŒIsucaã€, has been green-lit for production. The new project will be handled by studio Arms. The exact format — whether TV or OVA — has yet to be disclosed.
According to publisher Fujimi Shobo, a third TV season of the anime series, ã€ŒHigh School DxDã€, has been green-lit for production. Further details will be available at a later date.