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Old 2007-08-29, 11:19   Link #1901
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Along with Bamboo Blade. Here's more;

New sites for fall 2007

Pururun! Shizuka-chan Aha
Goshuushousama Ninomiya-kun
Genshiken 2nd Series
Moonlight Mile -Touch Down-
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Old 2007-08-30, 18:04   Link #1902
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Kurenai Anime Adaptation Confirmed

Follow up: Coming weeks after the announcement that the romantic comedy light novel Kurenai would be made into a manga, an anime adaptation of the series was officially announced on Thursday. Rozen Maiden director Kō Matsuo will direct the anime. The manga based on the series begins its run in the manga magazine Jump Square later this fall. Source: Moon Phase

http://www.moonphase.cc/

Can somebody give info on this anime (to be made). I can't find any and since it's romance, comedy i would like to know if it's good enough for me to follow.
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Old 2007-08-31, 01:44   Link #1903
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Can somebody give info on this anime (to be made). I can't find any and since it's romance, comedy i would like to know if it's good enough for me to follow.
There's some info about it in its AnimeSuki thread.

The latest issue of the BL manga magazine CIEL Tres Tres has confirmed the anime adaptation of Junjou Romantica manga.

Here's the cover of the latest issue of CIEL Tres Tres magazine with the anime adaptation mentioned on it:

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Old 2007-08-31, 02:50   Link #1904
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Has there been any indication of whether Junjou Romantica will be a TV anime or an OVA? I would have immediately thought "OVA", but since someone mentioned a TV anime possibility, I became interested (because it seems rare and unusual for that type of manga...)
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Old 2007-08-31, 10:25   Link #1905
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The stationery series Ichigo-Ichie (一期一会) by Mindwave will be getting animated.



The anime will be titled:

一期一会 恋バナ友バナ
Ichigo Ichie Koibana Tomobana

http://www.mindwave.co.jp/ichigoichie_anime/

Broadcast: October 2007

13 episodes
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Old 2007-08-31, 11:05   Link #1906
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Has there been any indication of whether Junjou Romantica will be a TV anime or an OVA? I would have immediately thought "OVA", but since someone mentioned a TV anime possibility, I became interested (because it seems rare and unusual for that type of manga...)
Its only mentioned to be getting animated, no info yet about what it will be. once more info is available I'll post about it.
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Old 2007-09-01, 12:53   Link #1907
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a second season of Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 is now mentioned on MoonPhase's anime list.

The first season of Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 starts in October 6th.
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Old 2007-09-01, 14:30   Link #1908
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So I guess the sequel to Code Geass will air after the first season of Gundam 00.
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Old 2007-09-01, 15:00   Link #1909
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According to this ANN article, the Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 anime will be split up to two seasons. The first season of 25 episodes will start airing this October, and the second one will air after a brief hiatus.

Thanks to Kaioshin_Sama for mentioning this.
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Old 2007-09-01, 20:23   Link #1910
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Along with NeoSam's report. Here's more.

Thanks to ANN for the update
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The Tokyo screenings featured appearances by the four male voices (Mamoru Miyano, Shinichiro Miki , Hiroyuki Yoshino, Hiroshi Kamiya) of the "Gundam Meister" pilots, four of the main voice actresses (Youko Honna, Kei Shindou, Ayahi Takagaki, Ayumi Tsunematsu), the narrator Tohru Furuya (First Gundam story's Amuro Ray), director Seiji Mizushima, and two popular Japanese comedians (Teruyuki Tsuchida and Osamu Wakai). Tsuchida and Wakai are known in Japan for being Gundam fans before becoming comedians, and Wakai even cosplayed as Amuro Ray for the government. More details on the event will be posted in a full event report.
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Old 2007-09-02, 20:58   Link #1911
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Did we ever get confirmation on that possible To-Love-Ru anime that was mentioned a little while ago?
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Old 2007-09-02, 21:23   Link #1912
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Not as far as I know.
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Old 2007-09-03, 00:16   Link #1913
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Mx0 deserves more of an anime than To-LOVE-Ru... Mx0 has variety and that's what keeps me going to clean it... as for TLR.. it just keeps getting repetitive with booby-groping.

It'll be interesting though lol, to see a TLR animation... lots of space for creativity there.
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Old 2007-09-03, 04:19   Link #1914
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An official site for Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro anime has opened:
http://www.ntv.co.jp/neuro/

An official site for Kaiji anime has opened:
http://www.ntv.co.jp/kaiji/
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Old 2007-09-03, 05:20   Link #1915
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An official site for Myself; Yourself anime has opened:
http://www.anime-myyour.com/
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Old 2007-09-04, 05:40   Link #1916
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Yes, Mx0 should have an anime and deserves it more than To-LOVE-Ru.

Manga to Anime Hopes of Mine: - (should there be a separate thread for this)

1.) HSoD (High School of the Dead)
2.) Ai Kora (Love & Collage)
3.) Mx0
4.) Ga-Rei
5.) Bitter Virgin
6.) Superior
7.) Fairy Tail
8.) B.Reaction! (if possible but I highly doubt it)
9.) KouKou Debut
10.) Skip Beat
11.) Beauty Pop
12.) Seikon no Qwaser (I doubt it......breast milk.... )
13.) Ice Kiss
14.) Vampire Knight

Yeah....I hope that these will get a chance of getting animated in the near future...there's a few manwhas that I wish would get animated but do manwhas ever get animated by Japanese studios ??
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Old 2007-09-04, 12:23   Link #1917
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The TV drama ChocoMimi (based on the shoujo manga by the same title) will include both live action and flash animation.

Broadcast: October 1, 2007

The official site for the manga:
http://annex.s-manga.net/manga-online/chocomimi/

Mangaka: Konami Sonoda

Genre: Shoujo, Comedy
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Old 2007-09-04, 13:05   Link #1918
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More promotional videos from Comic Market 72
I tried watching a few of these, but they've all been removed from YouTube for copyright reasons.

I'm a bit puzzled why you'd want to limit access to a promotional video since the purpose of these is to expand the potential audience for the series. I know that the Japanese composers guild requested a bunch of take-downs; perhaps the removal of these videos is some type of "collateral damage?"
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Old 2007-09-04, 15:33   Link #1919
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I'm a bit puzzled why you'd want to limit access to a promotional video since the purpose of these is to expand the potential audience for the series.
It's pretty simple - Japanese are very anal about copyright infringement and exclusivity, especially the latter. That trailer was meant to be viewed only on Comike, same goes for all other trailers that end up on YouTube. All of them have specific, approved distribution channels even though they're just trailers. But this is a discussion for a different time and a different thread.
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Old 2007-09-05, 08:27   Link #1920
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Yay

Mushi-Uta will be a total of 24 episodes. the first season is 12 episodes (which is currently broadcasting), meaning there will be another season of 12 episodes

Mushi-Uta is a shounen light novel series by Kyouhei Iwai and illustrated by Ruroo. The light novel series is published under the boy's (shounen) light novel label Sneaker Bunko, while the short story light novel series Mushi-Uta bug is serialized in the male oriented light novel magazine The Sneaker.

Genre: Shounen, Fantasy, Drama, Action

Other boy's light novels that got published under the Sneaker Bunko label include: Suzumiya Haruhi and Trinity Blood light novels.
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