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Bungo Stray Dogs TV Anime 3rd Season Gets Green Light

21 julio, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Its first two seasons are now available on Crunchyroll

The official website and Twitter for the Bungo Stray Dogs anime franchise announced today on July 21 that its TV anime third season is now in the works. The news was also revealed at the revival screening event for its feature film Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple held at the Marunouchi Piccadilly theater in Tokyo today. Hit the jump for more details.

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Meet The Cast of Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Stage Play in New Key Visual

21 julio, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Yui Ito (Sakura in Naruto Live Spectacle) newly joins as Kyoko Sasagawa

Following the first key visual and individual cast visuals, Marvelous has released a new key visual featuring the eight main cast of the upcoming stage play adaptation of Akira Amano’s comedy shonen manga Katekyo Hitman Reborn!. And four more additional cast members are also announced. Check out the latest information after the jump!

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Ranka and Sheryl to Release Macross Frontier 10th Anniversary CD Single on September 26

21 julio, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

The anime character designer Risa Ebata newly draws the CD jacket illustration

FlyingDog announced on July 21 that “Good job!,” a memorial CD single for the Macross Frontier anime series’ 10th anniversary performed by Ranka Lee (Megumi Nakajima) and Sheryl Nome (May’n) is set to be released on September 26, 2018. It is the first CD single in seven years from the anime series, since “Houkago Overflow” by Ranka released in January 2011. Hit the jump for more details.

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Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka Gets TV Anime Adaptation in January 2019

21 julio, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Hideyo Yamamoto (Strike The Blood) serves as director at Liden Films

It was announced on July 21 that a TV anime adaptation of Makoto Fukami (story) and Seigo Tokiya (art)’s Mahou Shojo Tokushusen Asuka/Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka is set to premiere in January 2019. Its official website opens with a teaser visual and a three-minute first PV introducing its main staff and the protagonist Asuka Ohtori’s voice cast, Aya Suzaki. Learn more about the upcoming anime after the jump!