According to Anime!Anime!, a TV anime adaptation of Kazuma Ootorino’s (author) and Ringo Aka’s (illustrator) romance-comedy light novel series, 「Ryuugajou Nanana no Maizoukin」 (龍ヶ嬢七々々の埋蔵金 / Nanana’s Buried Treasure), has been green-lit for production. It will receive its broadcast debut on Fuji TV’s noitaminA programming block in April 2014. A 30-second PV can also be found after the cut.
According to the official website, the next Studio Ghibli animated film, entitled 「Omoide no Marnie」, will premiere in Japanese theaters in Summer 2014. It is based off Joan G. Robinson’s classic novel “When Marnie Was There.” Director Hiromasa Yonebayashi and music composer Takatsugu Muramatsu are both credited to the upcoming project.
According to the official website, a new original mech anime from studio Sunrise, entitled 「Buddy Complex」, was announced. It is set to premiere on January 5th, 2014. A pre-run of the first episode will be shown on December 29th (23:00 JST) on Tokyo MX. Staff, cast, and a promotional video can be found after the cut.
Thanks to Amazon Japan, characters designs for the upcoming eleventh installment in the Precure anime franchise, entitled 「Happiness Charge PreCure!」, have been leaked early on its page promoting some Nintendo 3DS XL skins. The two new heroines are named Cure Lovely and Cure Princess.
「THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls」, a social mobile game based off of the Idolmaster franchise for Mobage, has a new animated music video out for the song, “Onegai! Cinderella.” It is to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of the series. You may check out the video after the cut.
According to the January issue of Young King OURs magazine, a TV anime adaptation of Miyahara Ruri’s romance-comedy manga series, 「Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou」 (僕らはみんな河合荘), has been green-lit for production. Further details will be made available at a later date.
According to voice actress Omigawa Chiaki (Maka Albarn), the spin-off manga series, 「Soul Eater Not!」, will be receiving an anime adaptation in the near future. The news was first revealed by the actress live on her radio program, Yurutto Fuwatto. Further details are expected to be made at a later date.
According to Yahoo! Japan News, a second season of Gatchaman Crowds, entitled 「Gatchaman Crowds Second」, has been green-lit for production. Details regarding staff credits and a TV premiere date will be announced shortly.