Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest Published: October 30th, 2018
My Next Life as a Villainess Gets an Anime
Satoru Yamaguchi and Nami Hidaka’s light novel series is getting an anime adaptation:
Source: ichijinsha PV and Article Image: Taken from the announcement video
Date a Live Season 3 Details
The upcoming 3rd season will premiere in January of 2019 and will air on TV as well as stream on the Docomo Anime Store. Keitaro Motonaga is returning as director along with Hideki Shirane (Series composition) at Production IMS.
Source: Comic Natalie
Rifle is Beautiful Anime Announced
Akki Sarumi’s manga will be adapted into an anime but there are no details as to the format just yet.
Source: Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump’s 46th issue of the year
Assassin’s Pride Anime Announced
Kei Amagi’s light novel series is getting adapted into an anime of unspecified format.
Do you Love your Mom Anime Announced
Dachima Inaka and Pochi Iida’s light novel series is getting adapted into an anime TV series. Yoshiaki Iwasaki is directing and Deko Akao is handling series composition at J.C. Staff.
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Laidbackers Original Anime
Studio Gokumi’s theatrical project aims to be the last original theatrical anime of the Heisei Era and will have a limited 2 week screening in spring 2019 in Japan.
Source: Comic Natalie
Konosuba and Frame Arms Girl Movie Details
Konosuba‘s movie project is set to open in Japan in 2019 while Frame Arms Girl‘s sequel film will premiere in Japan early next summer.
Million Arthur Episode Count New Details
The anime series will have 24 episodes total; 23 that will air on TV and 1 that will be included in the home video release as a special unaired episode.
Anime on Steam!
Sentai Filmworks is making several of its anime series available on Steam for digital purchase: Food Wars Season 1 (US$70), School-Live! (US$40), GATE (US$70), Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon (US$40) and Monster Musume (US$35). Of course, the obvious issue some fans are having is that the cost of buying these series on Steam is equal or greater than getting the physical blu-ray.
Adi Shandar in Talks for Zelda Animated Series
The producer behind the current Castlevania Western animated series is apparently (Take it with a grain of salt) in talks to produce a TV series of The Legend of Zelda for Nintendo. Whether this would entail a Japanese staff and airing first in Japan (Being an actual anime) or being western animation billing itself as anime (Like Netflix’s Castlevania) has not been revealed.
Source: The Wrap