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News 3rd Bakuman Anime Series to Be 25 Episodes Long
posted on 2011-12-16 10:52 EST
The previously revealed third Bakuman. anime series will run for 25 episodes starting next fall. Like the previous two anime series, the new one will adapt Takeshi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba's manga about aspiring teenaged manga creators. The focus in the third series will be on the creators' new fictional PCP manga as it rises to the top of the magazine readers' popularity surveys.
The third anime series will retain the staff of the previous series: directors Kenichi Kasai and Noriaki Akitaya, series script editor Reiko Yoshida, and the anime studio J.C. Staff. The 15th episode of the second Bakuman. series will air on January 14.
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