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The 12th volume of Wakoh Honna's ecchi hentai manga Nozoki Ana is releasing tomorrow in Japan, bringing with it the announcement of an anime adaptation of some sorts - OVA or TV series, it remains to be seen. The manga - also known as No-Zo-Ki-A-Na, or A Peephole - has been running on the Moba Man website since 2009.

Nozoki Ana gallery

Poking the above picture will take you to the local Nozoki Ana gallery with the manga's covers to date. And Wikipedia's entry for the manga reveals a risqué story full of pantsu, peeping and - naturally - peepholes. (...)

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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.

Teekyuu!

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.

Yuyushiki

No production or release details for now, just a tiny local Yuyushiki gallery, if the above image piqued your interest.
A highly intriguing multimedia project has just been announced by a group of producers that include anime studio Madhouse, ASCII Media Works, Aniplex and Kadokawa Shoten. The project's dedicated official website reveals its title to be Arata-naru Sekai (New World), with an overall sci-fi time-travelling story whose various aspects - future, past and present - will each be depicted in a different format: anime, manga and novel, respectively.

Arata Naru Sekai

The overall story takes place in a depopulated world that finds itself stuck in time. But, as time travel technology is finally completed, the hope of a better tomorrow is born. (...)

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Shiro's slice-of-life mountaineering manga Yama no Susume has yet to even have its first compiled volume released in Japan, this June 12, and already an anime adaptation is being announced for it. It will be a TV anime series, with studio 8bit working on it for a 2013 launch. The studio's other upcoming anime project is Busou Shinki (airing from October).

Yama no Susume

The manga's story follows two mountain climbing girls named Aoi and Hinata, who are also childhood friends. Hinata loves mountains, but Aoi prefers staying inside and (...)

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A few weeks ago, there was some speculation going around, regarding a then-upcoming announcement about the survival action manga Btooom!. Well, things have now cleared up, thanks to a magazine scan that reveals the new project to be an upcoming TV anime series adaptation, in the works at studio Madhouse.

Btooom!

The original manga is written by Junya Inoue, who has been serializing it in the Weekly Comic Bunch magazine between 2009-2011, and since then (...)

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The non-Conan detective manga Kindaichi Case Files will be getting a 2-episode OVA adaptation, Kodansha's Weekly Shounen Magazine reveals today (via ANN). The OVA episodes will be bundled on DVD with the manga's limited edition 3rd and 4th volumes, releasing in Japan on December 17, 2012 and March 15, 2013 respectively.

Kindaichi Case Files OVA

The original manga, better known in Japan as Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo, was written by Youzaburou Kanari and illustrated by Fumiya Sato. (...)

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Sadly for fans of the K-ON! manga series, and in particular its "high school version" that began serialization in April 2011, it's all coming to an end next month. The manga's main series, which follows Mio's group through college, was already announced to have its final chapter published this June 9. But as it turns out now, kakifly's remaining K-ON! manga - the high school edition with Azusa, Ui and Jun - will also end next month.

K-ON! - Azusa

In related news, an online auction for a K-ON! guitar signed by all 5 main voice actresses from the anime has reached bids of over 5.5 million yen (close to $70,000) (...)

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Old news, indeed. But for whatever it's still worth, a new TV anime series titled Mangirl! was announced earlier this month, as an adaptation of Kagari Tamaoka's four-panel manga originally titled Soukan! Comic Earth Star Henshuu-bu (Launch! Comic Earth Star Editors). The anime is being created by studio Dogakobo, whose upcoming projects also include the Yuru Yuri 2 sequel and Natsuyuki Rendezvous, both airing from July.

Mangirl!

The Mangirl! anime, however, is only expected for 2013. The original manga's story follows the daily life of naive Editor-in-Chief Hana and "Japan's cutest manga editors" (...)

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The K-ON! manga is ending again. The main series, that is, the one following Mio's group through college - as opposed to the separate K-ON! manga with Azusa, Ui and Jun who are still in high school. Apparently, kakifly will continue writing this separate manga with Azusa's fellow lolis. As for the main series, its "grande finale" will be published in the next issue of the Manga Time Kirara magazine, out in Japan on June 9.

K-ON! - The End

Also ending is the Mardock Scramble manga. Its final chapter has, in fact, just been published in the June issue of (...)

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