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The latest anime to join the October 2012 line-up is a TV series called Haitai Nanafa. According to its official website, this moe-full of an anime will start airing on October 6. Its main character appears to be an energetic middle school girl named Nanafa Kyan, who lives in Okinawa with her two sisters and their grandmother.

Haitai Nanafa

For the complete story synopsis, let's turn over to ANN's report. (...)

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The first episode of Code Geass: Akito the Exiled premiered in select Japanese theaters one week ago, and its home video release should follow later this month, on August 26. So, given that the vast majority of (Western) fans have yet to see it, the following screenshots from the OVA's second episode - freshly posted on the official website - might not make a whole lot of sense... yet.

Code Geass: Akito the Exiled

To get a feel for the OVA's spin-off story, you can watch its first 10 minutes locally. Once again created by studio Sunrise, this latest Code Geass anime is set (...)

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To anyone who knows about Microsoft Certification Exams, taking one of them without studying is inconceivable. But what if you did it? What if you walked in and took one of these exams without cracking a book? Here's what would happen.

You Take A Big Risk

First of all, you'd be taking a big risk. The odds that you can pass Microsoft Certification Exams without any preparation are against you in an almost astronomical way. You risk failing, and more than that, you risk losing the faith that others have in your abilities and your faith in yourself. That is a lot to risk. (...)

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The Fall 2012 anime season is starting to shape up nicely, with the addition of a newly announced TV anime series based on the Teekyuu! manga - a gag comedy series about a girls' tennis team, created by Roots and Piyo. The bearer of this good news is the wraparound jacket of the manga's first volume (releasing in Japan this week), pinpointing the anime's premiere for October 7.


Publisher Earth Star Entertainment has already proclaimed the Teekyuu! anime to be the fastest TV anime adaptation ever. Their Comic Earth Star magazine began serializing the manga five months ago, so... mmmyeah, that's pretty fast indeed.
Sorry for the prolonged radio silence around here, and... yeah, let's just get straight back to loli business. So ANN has just relayed an announcement made in the September issue of the Manga Time Kirara magazine, revealing an upcoming Yuyushiki TV anime adaptation. The series will be based on a four-panel manga by Komata Mikami, about the school life of three girls in the data processing club: Yuzuko, Yukari and Yui.


No production or release details for now, just a tiny local Yuyushiki gallery, if the above image piqued your interest.
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