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From Natalie, with love, come some early illustrations for the upcoming second season of Squid Girl, crafted by the original manga's creator Masahiro Anbe. The new TV anime series - titled Shinryaku!? Ika Musume (notice the extra wtf-question-mark) - will start airing in Japan from October 2011.

Squid Girl 2

And a couple more character designs below... (...)

>  Continue reading 'Squid Girl 2nd Season Visuals'...
A wee-bit of controversy surrounding the recently-released PS3 fantasy RPG Atelier Meruru started a couple of days ago, when Japan's Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO) retracted the game's "A" rating (for All ages), under which it initially shipped back on June 23. By now, however, the controversy is pretty much over, as CERO has already changed the rating to "B" (for ages 12 and up) due to traces of "sexual" content. Developer Gust admitted that the game documentation it first submitted to CERO was incomplete, so for a little while it had to put further shipments of Atelier Meruru on hold. The game's actual contents remain unchanged, though.

Atelier Meruru

The anime adaptation Another, which was announced last winter as a project based on (...)

>  Continue reading 'Checkpoint: Atelier Meruru, Another, TAF 2012'...
Another worthy anime announcement this week comes by way of the September issue of Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat magazine, where in it is advertised that a TV anime series based on the Baby, Please Kill Me! manga is in the works. No animation studio or release date were revealed so far, but it looks like plenty of fun is to be had with this one.

Baby, Please Kill Me! gallery

The original work - also known as Kill Me Baby - is created by Kaduho (...)

>  Continue reading 'Baby, Please Kill Me! Manga Gets Anime'...
A couple of brief reports on ANN this morning are relaying word about two new boys-love anime adaptations being in the works. One of them is Hybrid Child, based on a manga by Shungiku Nakamura, in which the titular "Hybrid Child" is an amazing "doll" that can grow if it is lavished with enough love and care from its owner. Neither fully machine nor fully human, the various Hybrid Child models develop strong emotional bonds with their owners.

Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi 2

The other, probably-more exciting one for you girls out there, is Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi 2 (...)

>  Continue reading 'New Boys-Love Anime: Hybrid Child, Sekakoi 2'...
So much for seeing that Dragon Age anime film any time this year... Or, as it's now titled, Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker has been delayed for an equally-vague 2012 release, according to its official website and first couple of teaser trailers that you can also watch locally - though void of any actual animation, unfortunately.

Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker

The Dragon Age movie was announced a little over a year ago, as the first anime project (...)

>  Continue reading 'Dragon Age Anime Film Delayed To 2012'...
The release date for Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn's 4th Blu-ray & DVD volume was announced a few days ago by Bandai Visual to be set for December 2, 2011. That goes for all major territories - namely North America, Europe and Asia, including Japan, of course. Although Japanese fans will apparently get a chance to see early screenings of it in select theaters between November 12-25.

Gundam UC 4 cover

Meanwhile, those attending this weekend's Otakon 2011 (July 29-31 in Baltimore) (...)

>  Continue reading 'Gundam UC 4 Blu-ray Releasing In December'...
The TV anime adaptation Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai, first announced to be in the making a couple of months ago, is now set to begin airing in Japan this upcoming Autumn 2011 season - so from October, most likely. Also, shortly before the TV anime's premiere, a single-episode OVA will be bundled with the 7th special-edition volume of the light novels on which the anime is based, releasing this September 22.

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai gallery

The original light novel series, whose title could translate to (...)

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First a doujinshi manga, then a couple of anime adaptations, not to mention that PS3 / X360 video game... and now, a live-action film of Afro Samurai is officially on the way, as well, with actor Samuel L. Jackson producing it alongside The Indomina Group (a U.S. / Dominican Republic company) and Gonzo Studios - who of course adapted the 2007 TV anime series and its 2009 anime film sequel Afro Samurai: Resurrection.

Afro Samurai

Although Indomina's press release doesn't explicitly mention this, we can safely (...)

>  Continue reading 'Afro Samurai Gets Movie, With Samuel L. Jackson'...
A TV anime adaptation based on the Inu x Boku SS manga is being announced this week in the August issue of Square Enix's Gangan Joker magazine, where said manga has been serialized since May 2009, as well as via an official website that opened yesterday with little more than the charming artwork below.

Inu x Boku SS

The original supernatural shounen manga is created by Cocoa Fujiwara, and so far (...)

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Last update - Jul 23, 21:28 GMT (16:28 EST, 13:28 PST)

The oh-so-cute anime series Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop), currently airing in Japan and simulcasting on Crunchyroll, will be extended with 4 extra mini-episodes on its Blu-ray and DVD home video edition. The four volumes will each include one such anime short (plus other usual goodies), when they release between this October 28 and January 27, 2012.

Bunny Drop gallery

Chronologically speaking, the four mini-stories will count as episodes 2.5 (...)

>  Continue reading 'Usagi Drop Gets 4 Mini-Episodes on Blu-ray & DVD'...
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