News Hatsukoi Limited, 2nd Gurren Lagann Film, Gendai Mahō Anime Dated
posted on 2008-12-21 02:14 EST
The Hatsukoi Limited television anime's website has confirmed this week that the anime will premiere next spring. Mizuki Kawashita's original manga depicted many vignettes in the everyday lives of a junior high school girl named Ayumi and seven other junior high and high school girls. Director Yoshiki Yamakawa (Hells Angels) is collaborating with the J.C. Staff animators on the anime version. The drama CD version, which was announced at the same time as the anime, will ship on February 16.
The official website of the theatrical remakes of Gainax's Gurren Lagann television series has confirmed on Thursday that the second film, Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann: Ragan-hen (Lagann Chapter), will open in Japan during Golden Week. Golden Week is the string of holidays that stretches from the end of April through the first week of May. To celebrate the announcement, TV Tokyo will be airing the entire television series from December 28 and January 4 during several mini-marathons after midnight.
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka's Yoku Wakaru Gendai Mahō (Properly Learned Modern Magic) light novels has launched on Friday and confirmed that the anime will premiere next summer. The story revolves around Koyomi Morishita (Ai Nonaka), a clumsy high school freshman girl who is often mistaken for a grade-schooler because of her shortness. Koyomi becomes a disciple of Misa Anehara (Hitomi Nabatame), a 25-year-old graduate student who happens to be one of the most powerful modern-day magicians. Chocotto Sister and Kyōran Kazoku Nikki director Yasuhiro Kuroda will oversee the animators at Nomad.
Source: Saishin Anime Jōhō
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