Is the Order a Rabbit? New OVA “~Sing For You~” Confirms Its Release in Fall 2019

TV anime third season is also in the works for 2020

It is officially announced in the latest May 2019 issue of Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirarra MAX released today in Japan that Is The Order a Rabbit?? ~Sing For You~, a new OVA from the anime franchise based on Koi’s slice-of-life four-panel manga is set to be released in the fall of 2019. Check out the OVA’s key visual drawn by the manga author after the jump!

Japan Box Office: Miracle Universe Marks Spring PreCure Film’s Best Opening

“Tonde Saitama” has crossed the 2 billion yen mark

The 26th PreCure film PreCure Miracle Universe was released in 229 theaters across japan on March 16, 2019. The 70-minute film ranked third in its opening weekend with 248,351,400 yen from the 221,579 ticket sales, which was the best opening box office gross for a PreCure film released in spring. Hit the jump for more details.

See What Original Resident Evil 2 Director Kamiya Thinks of the Remake

Bayonetta director soldiers on despite being afraid of horror games

The original 1998 PSone version of Resident Evil 2 had none other than the outspoken Hideki Kamiya in the director’s chair. So, now that the RE2 remake has been out for a while, what did Kamiya think of the final product? Find out after the jump!

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Overview Preps Players for Intense Action

The latest out of Dark Souls dev FromSoftware launches on March 22

If FromSoftware and director Hidetaka Miyazaki’s past games are any indication, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is going to become life for some players when it launches on March 22. Check out a new gameplay overview trailer after the jump.

No Guns Life Manga Fires Up a TV Anime Adaptation

News made official in the pages of Ultra Jump

Tasuku Karasuma’s No Guns Life manga follows Juzo Inui, who has no memory of his previous life… or why his head was replaced with a massive gun. Now it’s getting an anime, so read on for more.

A Trip to the Past Reveals the Future of the Second Anime Season of Slime

Just who is this new mysterious character that will become tied to Rimuru? *SPOILERS CONTAINED*

As we say goodbye to the first season of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, we have been left with a mystery that will lead us to season two. Who is this new character that believes Rimuru will “lead him to the truth of this world”? Can we figure out what his motivations are and if he’ll be helpful to Rimuru from that line and his appearence in episode 24? Hit the jump to find out! *Spoilers Contained*

BanG Dream! and Gochiusa Team up for Spring Event

Is the order a girl band?

Adorable series BanG Dream! and adorable series Is the Order a Rabbit? will be joining forces this spring for a collaborative event! What do we know so far? Info is still coming out, but we tell you what we know so far after the jump!

J-Novel Club Announces Full Metal Panic! Novels and More

See what the publisher has in store for its latest releases

J-Novel Club kicked off a few days of new license announcements on March 15, building up to a final reveal of the Full Metal Panic! novels, which is a rescue title featuring a complete retranslation of all 12 volumes with the new cover art from Japan’s most recent release. Read on for more on the rest!

New Alarm App Offers Wake-Up Calls from SSSS.GRIDMAN Girls

Rikka and Akane will have new art and voice lines in -If your smile- app

Looking for a better way to wake up? The latest anime-themed alarm app will feature both Akane and Rikka from SSSS.GRIDMAN. Find out more about it after the jump!

Hero Suits Up For Battle in New ULTRAMAN Web Anime Clip

3DCG series directed by Kenji Kamiyama and Shinji Aramaki heads to Netflix on April 01, 2019

Netflix Japan has published an action-packed exerpt from ULTRAMAN, an upcoming 3DCG anime that re-envisions the classic Tsuburaya Productions superhero in the medium of animation, and the new video clip includes a transformation sequence and some hand-to-hand combat. Hit the jump to check it out.

Love Is an Eternal Pain in Reprint of Tezuka’s Apollo’s Song

Reprint will offer expanded look at Tezuka’s 70s sci-fi love story

Tezuka’s sci-fi love story Apollo’s Song is back in print! The 1970 manga explores love and sex across time, from World War II to a dystopian clone future. Check out images and find out where to get your copy after the jump.

Genesic GaoGaiGar Roars to Life as New Transforming Figure

The King of Braves is the latest addition to Premium Bandai’s SuperMiniPla line

Let’s Final Fusion! The King of Braves is now a mini plastic combining robot from Premium Bandai. Check out the new version of Genesic GaoGaiGar, and find out where you can pre-order yours, after the jump!

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TV Anime Returns for Third Season

Main cast returns for continuing adaptation based on light novel series by Wataru Watari and Ponkan 8

If you expect your youthful romantic comedy to be wrong, you’re in luck, because My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, the TV anime adaptation based on the series of light novels written by Wataru Watari and illustrated by Ponkan 8, is coming back for a third season. Hit the jump to learn more. 

We Are Stronger Together in the Anime Run with the Wind!

Today let’s explore the core themes of this season’s most thrilling sports adventure!

Though it’s natural to see running as a solitary activity, Run with the Wind earnestly believes that even when it comes to running, we are stronger together. Through the course of its winding narrative, it has built up a team of runners who utterly trust each other, and whose mutual faith has actually brought them to a greater understanding of themselves. Today on Why It Works, let’s explore the core thesis of Run with the Wind!

More Players Join the Deadly Game in Naka no Hito Genome TV Anime

Adaptation based on survival game manga by Osora hits Japanese TV in July of 2019

New cast members and a new key visual have been revealed for Naka no Hito Genmoe [Jikkyouchuu] (“On-the-Spot Coverage”), an upcoming TV anime based on the survival game manga by Osora about a group of gamers who are forced to livestream a contest where the stakes are life-and-death. Hit the jump to learn more.

Mr. Osomatsu Traverses the Anime World with Black Clover Crossover

New crossover art appears in today’s Weekly Shonen Jump

How many Best Boys can one anime hold? Black Clover and Mr. Osomatsu are crossing over! First, the two shows receive new collab art in the latest Weekly Shonen Jump… then, you can expect a Black Clover cameo! Get the scoop after the jump.

Main Staff Gets Delusional for “Young disease outburst Boy” TV Anime

2015 Vocaloid song by rerulili and kagomeP has also inspired a line of light novels published by Kadokawa

Announced back in September of 2018, the main staff has now been revealed for Chubyou Gekihatsu-Boy (“Young disease outburst Boy”), an upcoming TV anime based on the series of light novels inspired by the 2015 Vocaloid song by rerulili and kagomeP about a group of young men with delusions of grandeur. Hit the jump to learn more.

Eva Characters Reunite in Yoko Takahashi’s “EVANGELION EXTREME” Album Jacket

Her newly-recorded song “Akaki Tsuki” will be also included in the mini album

King Amusement Creative’s official website posted a CD jacket illustration for 52-year-old singer Yoko Takahashi’s upcoming mini album “EVANGELION EXTREME” to be released on May 22. The illustration is newly drawn by Yoshimichi Kameda, one of the animators who worked on Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (2012). Hit the jump for more details.

Yuruyuri Manga Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary with The Author’s Newly Drawn T-Card

“Yuruyuri x T Fan” registrants will be also able to purchase an original slide card case

In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of Namori’s Yuruyuri yuri comedy manga series, Culture Convenience Club Company group’s Culture Entertainment will start offering a new service “Yuruyuri x T-FAN” for the registered users, including a T-Card featuring a newly drawn illustration by the author, on April 24, 2019. Lean more about the service after the jump.

Iro Aida’s Fantastic Comedy Jibaku Shonen Hanako-kun Gets TV Anime

The series has printed 1.5 million copies in Japan

Iro Aida’s fantastic comedy manga Jibaku Shonen Hanako-kun (English title: Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun) will get its TV anime adaptation, officially announced on the latest April 2019 issue of Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine released today in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.