Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest     Published: January 24th, 2018

Fumikiri Jikan Gets Anime

The slice of life manga Fumikiri Jikan (Railroad Crossing Time) will get an anime adaptation that will premiere in April.

Source: Futabasha’s Monthly Action’s March issue and Article Image: Fumikiri Jikan volume 2 cover

 

Asobi Asobase Gets Anime

An anime adaptation of the manga Play and let Play has been announced with no further details as of now.

Source: Hakusensha’s Young Animal’s third issue of the year

 

Seven Heavenly Virtues Details Revealed

The upcoming fanservice, ecchi anime Nanatsu no Bitoku will have 10 episodes play on TV and an additional 2 episodes will be released on home video. The home video versions of the TV episodes will also be uncensored, of course.

Source: Ota-Suke

 

Doreiku Further Cast Revealed

New cast members for the anime Doreiku have just been announced: Julia Katsushika (Played by Sayaka Senbongi), Seiya Shinjuku (Played by Hikaru Midorikawa) and Ayaka (Played by Suzuna Kinoshita). The new cast members along with the previously announced ones can be seen in the new visual below:

Doreiku Cast 1

Doreiku Cast 2

Source: Moca News

 

Magical Girl Site Details

We now know the cast of the upcoming series: Aya Asagiri (Played by Yuko Ono); a girl who always wishes she was dead, Tsuyuno Yatsumura (Played by Himika Akaneya); who possesses a wand that can stop time, Rina Shioi (Played by Aina Suzuki); who is investigating the mystery of the Magical Girl Site, Nijimi Anazawa (Played by Yu Serizawa); a member of an idol group and Sarina Shizukume (Played by Haruka Yamazaki); the leader of a group of bullies who attacks Aya.

The series’ theme song will be performed by idol unit i*Ris and the anime will premiere in April on Animeism.

Source: Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shonen Champion’s ninth issue of the year

 

Netflix Updates

Kakegurui’s anime will be made available on Netflix in the United-States and the United Kingdom on February 1st. Children of the Whales will, on the other hand, premiere on March 13th worldwide. The Irregular at Magic High School, which had been reported as delisted by Netflix, is now back on the service.

Source: Netflix and Anime UK News (Link 1 and Link 2)

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