Here you will find a run down of today's anime and manga news! If anything sent waves through the anime and manga world today, you'll find it in this post! By the way, I'm vintagemistakes and will be trying to fill in for Saladesu over the next couple of days. ;)
Cromartie Creator's Double-J Moe Manga Gets TV Anime Eiji Nonaka, Maru Asakura's story of "life in a high school full of cute girls"
The wraparound jacket band on the fourth volume of Eiji Nonaka and Maru Asakura's Double-J manga is announcing this month that a television anime adaptation of the manga has been green-lit. The anime will run in NTV's Yuruani? program, which currently runs Flash-animated shorts of several manga. Nonoka, who also created Cromartie High School (Sakigake!! Cromartie Koukou), wrote this moe manga about the surreal, strange "life in a high school full of cute girls" with art by Asakura (090 - Eko to Issho, .
The manga launched in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine in 2009.
& Moe Ota-News Sokuhō
Rokudenashi Blues Boxing Manga Gets Live-Action Show Hana Yori Dango 2's Aya Ōmasa, AKB48's Rie Kitahara in July series
This year's 25th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine is announcing on Friday that a live-action television series adaptation of Masanori Morita's classic boxing manga Rokudenashi Blues has been green-lit for a July 2011 premiere. The story centers around Taison Maeda, a boy who makes a first impression at his new high school of delinquents by punching a teacher. While some clubs want to recruit him to beat up other clubs, Taison only wishes to lead the boxing club and become the world boxing champion.
Aya Ōmasa (Paradise Kiss, Hana Yori Dango 2 [Returns]) will play the heroine Chiaki, while Rie Kitahara of the all-female idol group AKB48 will play Taison's classmate Kazumi.
The manga ran in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1988 to 1997, and its compiled book volumes have 50 million copies in print. It already inspired two television anime films, two live-action films, and a stage play.
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1st 2 +Tic Nee-san School Comedy Shorts Now Streaming
Hana Yori Dango 2's Aya Ōmasa, AKB48's Rie Kitahara in July series
The official website of Square Enix's Young Gangan magazine began streaming
the first two
episodes from the +Tic Neesan anime. Tsutomu Mizushima (XXXHOLiC) is directing two-minute anime shorts based on Cha Kurii's +Tic Neesan (+Tic Elder Sister) gag comedy manga with character designs by Sumie Kinoshita (Dantalian no Shoka).
The TYO Animations project follows a third-year high school girl who likes building plastic models in a model-making club. Mari Kanou, Marina Inoue and Yumi Uchiyama play the club members Neesan, Makimaki, and Okappa, respectively.
& Saishin Anime Jōhō
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