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News Onegai Franchise's Creator, Designer Make Ano Natsu de Matteru Anime
posted on 2011-08-28 22:00 EDT
The October issue of Gakken's Megami Magazine is announcing on Tuesday that Onegai Teacher/Onegai Twins story creator Yousuke Kuroda and Onegai franchise character designer Taraku Uon are collaborating on a new original anime called Ano Natsu de Matteru. The anime will be an adolescent romantic comedy.
The three main characters are the two girls Ichika Takatsuki and Remon Yamano, and the boy Kaito Kirishima.
Update: Character names added.
this article has been modified since it was originally posted; see change history
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