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SoraOto, Eagle Talon, Gokyoudai Promos Posted

posted on by Egan Loo
Sneak preview of Princess Lover! anime DVD's still-picture drama streamed

Before the Sora no Otoshimono anime series actually premieres on television on October 4, a 16-second commercial for the first DVD release is now streaming on the Kadokawa Anime Channel of the YouTube website. The Crunchyroll website will simulcast this adaptation of Suu Minazuki's manga about the encounters between an ordinary middle school boy and an angel.

To commemorate the launch of the new Himitsu Kessha Taka no Tsume Countdown television series, the animator Frogman is posting videos live on the Flash anime's official channel on the Nico Nico Douga website. (The website requires viewers to register for free in Japanese.) The television series will premiere on October 6.

TV Asahi's official website for the Gokyoudai Monogatari television anime series has opened with a 30-second video preview of the first episode. (The video requires recent versions of Windows Media Player and Flash Player softwar.) The anime adapts Tetsu Adachi's Baka-Kyōdai (Idiotic Siblings) manga about a sister and her twin brother who live carefree lives in Tokyo's lower-class neighborhoods. The first episode debuts on October 10.

The official website of the Princess Lover! television anime series has posted a "sneak preview version" of the first DVD volume's picture drama extra. A picture drama tells a story with still pictures and an audio soundtrack. The television anime series adapted Ricotta's Princess Lover! adult adventure game when it ran earlier this summer.

Source: Saishin Anime Jōhō (link 2, link 3, link 4)

Image © Suu Minazuki/Kadokawa Shoten/Sorami Shin Tairiku Hakken-bu
© Tetsu Adachi/Kodansha, TV Asahi, Shinei, ADK

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