That vague "big project"
that was hinted
back in July for the Minami-ke
franchise turns out
to be another anime adaptation, indeed, although it's still not clear if it will be a TV series (that would be season 4) or if it will take some other format, such as OVA or anime film. The announcement was made at the end of the character song CD which came with the limited edition 9th volume of the Minami-ke manga.
Another vague big project - anime or otherwise - is also being teased
for the Working!!
franchise, as "the next step after the ongoing second television anime season", which has been airing in Japan and streaming on Crunchyroll for the past month under the slightly confusing title Working'!!
. More details will be revealed in the next issue of the Young Gangan magazine, out on November 18.
The next Hatsune Miku
holographic concert, taking place this November 11 in Singapore, will be streamed
worldwide by Nico Nico. This will be Miku's first Asian concert outside of Japan, and it's being presented as a sequel to her most recent live production in Sapporo from August 2011. "Accompanied by the five live musicians, holographic 3D Hatsune Miku dances, and sings on stage, just as she is alive."
The downside: it will be Pay Per View, priced at $11. Boo!
Well, in other Miku news, SEGA is releasing the PSP music game sequel Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend
this November 10 (click through to see plenty of trailers), to be followed in March 2012 by the Nintendo 3DS game Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai