Hello, MANGA.TOKYO otaku readers! We have put together our Top 10 most popular news stories of the week just for you! The last two weeks, Attack on Titanand Sword Art Online -Ordinal Scale-dominated our page views, but this week it was a beautiful gyaru that climbed to the top (hint in our article visual above!)
MANGA.TOKYO is not covering the tokusatsu scene extensively, but there are a few news that we can’t pass by. The highly-anticipated collaboration movie of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and Uchuu Sentai Kyurangerrevealed a special video where Kiriya Kujou, a character from Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, transforms into Kamen Rider Lazer!
Sakura Questis the third anime in P.A Works’‘working series’, following Hanasaku Iroha and SHIROBAKO. Because of the high praise given to the previous two titles, all the latest news about Sakura Quest are very popular with MANGA.TOKYO readers.
Aoba and the rest of Eagle Jump is coming back for a second season. NEW GAME!was one of the most popular anime of the Summer 2016 season. We don’t have any more info about its broadcast date, but be sure that we’ll let you know the second we find out!
We suspect that this article came in third because of its confusing title. Believe us, it wasn’t done on purpose. This title is not referring to the popular manga by Nakaba Suzuki, but to the anime adaptation of Hobby Japan’s multimedia project called The 7 Deadly Sins.
Yuri shōjo manga NTR: Netsuzou Trap by Naoko Kodama is getting an anime adaptation. I guess for this season we are content with Kuzu no Honkai, but Yuma and Hotaru seem to have a weird enough relationship to keep the ‘complicated romance’ anime slot going strong.
As hinted by the post’s visual, first place this week goes to our favorite gyaru, Yukana-chan. The popular manga series currently serialized in Monthly Shonen Ace is going to get an anime adaptation. We are very excited to see Hajimete no Gal (Hajimete no Gyaru) as an anime series.
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