Hello, MANGA.TOKYO otaku readers! We have put together our Top 10 most popular news stories of the week just for you! So many anime and otaku news updates this week with the trailer of the new Swort Art Online leading the list.
So here they are: the anime and otaku news that had the most page views this last week, January 27 to February 2, 2017.
Which article really piqued your interest?
Comiket is the most famous doujinshi convention in Japan. So famous in fact that many overseas fans travel to Tokyo to attend either the winter or the summer event. Comiket recently published the results of a survey that it held on its overseas visitors.
Anime are capable for the most unbelievable scenarios. In Love Kome a new idol group that is in favor of rice wants to beat the rival group that is in favor of bread. Rice Vs Bread. This could only happen in Japan.
Another Spring 2017 anime, Tsuki ga Kirei is the new work of Director Seiji Kishi who you may know Yuki Yuna Is a Hero and Assassination Classroom. We don’t have many info yet, but you can check some of the staff and illustrations from the main protagonists.
Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni may have a special screening at the festival, but Kenji Kamiyama’s new movie Hirune Hime ~Shiranai Watashi no Monogatari~ (Napping Princess: The Story of the Unknown Me) will be the opening film.
Many otaku fans are not just mindless consumers that devour one title after the other (though we are that as well). They are also creators who are trying to produce their own anime and manga. A new online coloring tool makes the life of aspiring mangaka easier: it can recognize rough lines and help in the coloring process. Technology.
No surprises here. The most popular post of MANGA.TOKYO this week was the new trailer and our exclusive screenshots of the upcoming anime movie Sword Art Online -Ordinal Scale-.We are all excited about seeing Kirito and Asuna again.
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