The new season is less than a month away. That means that the last week of September will find the last episodes of all the Summer 2017 titles. Keep checking our Anime Reviews section for all the finale reviews. Next week, we’ll posting full series reviews for all our episodic anime for the last season.
Have we thanked you enough for taking part in our Otaku Poll? Not nearly, and that’s why you should expect a new giveaway really soon. Until then, check again your responses in this list, the Top 15 Fall 2017 Anime According to You:
But as always, we have another anime news recap for you. Here are the anime and otaku news that had the most page views this last week, 15-21 September 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
See Chito and Yuri in two new key visuals from their adventures in an abandoned and destroyed world. Girls’ Last Tourhas a grim title, but how can you expect anything pessimistic when you look at these two cute protagonists? Well, I said the same thing for Made in Abyss, and we all know how that turned out.
When an anime joins the season ride late, you know it’s either going to be really interesting or a complete flop. Since cats are always part of something amazing, they sent their Cat God, O’nyankopon, to keep us company this Fall season.
We are having so much fun following Tatara’s dancing adventures, and we are even more excited to read Martina’s reviews during its second cour in Fall 2017. See the new visual and trailer for Welcome to the Ballroom!
Fate/Apocryphais also following Welcome to the Ballroom into Fall 2017 with a back-to-back cour. The latest animation series of the Fate series will air Episode 12.5 between its Summer and Fall episodes.
Shinichiro Watanabe has expressed in the past how much Blade Runner influenced his works. Now he will have the chance to create an anime tie-in between the original and the new sequel that will come in cinemas this season. His anime will be called Blade Runner Blackout 2022 and will be streamed in Crunchyroll in the end of the month on 29 September.
Universal Studios are like Disney World for movie fans, and you can guess what Universal Studios Japan are putting in the mix: anime and video games! Osaka Universal Studios Japan (USJ) will open attractions for Detective Conan,Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, and Final Fantasy in 2018.
Japan is all about embracing other cultures, especially if they translate into fun events. Hello Kitty and all her Sanrio friends are going to sport some really cool costumes for this year’s Halloween in their first ever Halloween event.
Nino is coming back. After the Spring 2017 anime adaptation of the Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ryoko Fukuyama, the music love story will return for a movie adaptation in 25 November 2017. See the new trailer and visual!
If the fictional decease found in upcoming anime (adaptation from a Chinese comic) was to become official, most of us here in MANGA.TOKYO would have counted ourselves among the first inmates. Evil or Live follows young people with internet addiction are sent to an rehabilitation center. This is going to be interesting.