Fall News Edition
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Tuesday 30th, September 2014:
- 2 days ago, CrunchyRoll announced Akatsuki no Yona (Yona of the Dawn) will be a 2 season show (25-26 episodes). The adaption has many excited about the manga, which portrays a princess who is forced to run from her own love interest by virtue of him seizing the thrown and slaying her father in front of her. The Announcement gives the channels available in Japan on October 7th, so check it out if you can.
- Breathecast announced the date for the new The Last: Naruto movie coming out. Details are given, and the release date is December 6th in Japan.
- Can Tran’s www.the-newshub.com has an excellent list of the upcoming series debuting this coming month. The list includes Seven Deadly Sins, Gundam Build Fighters Try, Psycho-Pass 2, and Twintai Ni Narimasu, among others. Check it out, as Mr. Can Tran was kind enough to post the trailers on his website.
Monday 9th, September 2014:
- Kibare! Bittare, a manga about a Judicial Clerk who was a former legendary thug, is finding itself an anime show. According to AnimeNewsNetwork (ANN), the series was given the green light recently. That should be an interesting series.
- A Certain Scientific Railgun‘s manga artist Motoi Fuyukawa has come down with an illness that is preventing him from working on the series, ANN reports. This was dated the 30th of August, so hopefully Motoi is much closer to being well.
- In exciting news, the newest edition of the Fate/Stay series has gotten its another ad for its Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works. According to CrunchyRoll, Rin Tōsaka gets the focus of the ad.
- Goro Miyazaki’s “Ronia the Robber’s Daughter” has an anime coming out. According to CrunchyRoll, the date is set to October 11th. You can find more info here.
- While a bit late, on August the 29th, FandomPost informed us that Sentai Filmworks announced their newest edition being presented: Gotchaman Crowds. The show is more of a secret taskforce against Alien threats against the city, and using some otherwise latent magical abilities, the taskforce saves the city from the knowledge it’s at war.