It was announced in Megami Magazine that there is a Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha movie coming early next year. The movie will not be a reedit of the first series but will instead be an alternate retelling.
Romantic comedy manga Asu no Yoichi! is getting an anime adaptation.
Upcoming fall series Kemeko Deluxe! now has an official blog.
The official website for upcoming fall series To Aru Majutsu no Index is now hosting a promo video.
The TV anime adaptation for Kyou no Go no Ni has been confirmed for this fall.
The official website for the upcoming Goku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei OADs is now open.
And finally, here’s an odd story: Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal front-paged an article about Lucky Star and how it’s affecting the Washinomiya Shrine area. You may remember this topic from various sources all throughout last year when Lucky Star popularity was at its peak. Now, I understand that the WSJ editors like to use non-standard stories that relate to businesses and people making money, and it’s cool to see something from our neck of the woods make it into the mainstream, but I still have to question the newsworthiness of this article for their front page, never mind the fact that they also included pictures of crossplayers. Perhaps I’m just holding the Wall Street Journal to too high a standard. Thanks Keith for the heads-up.
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