Fall 2017 is less than a week away. We have almost finished with all our season finale reviews and next week you should have the chance to read our full series review. Keep checking our Anime Reviews section for the latest article updates.
We have also settled on our weekly reviews list! These are the 12 anime MANGA.TOKYO is going to cover this season:
Since the day we have started our Otaku Polls, we realized how much fun it is to engage with our readers and talk about our favorite anime. That’s why we have created our Mastodon forum and that’s also why we decided to create small surveys in which the results are displayed in real time. Let’s have some fun, shall we? Let us know in the comments whether you like the new surveys and if we should have them more often!
With all those anime events and premieres happening worldwide, the readers of MANGA.TOKYO have begun paying more attention to Japanese-only events as well, maybe because of the secret wish all worldwide fans have that these kind of events will someday happen all around the planet. What do you think? Are anime ever going to be that mainstream?
Touken Ranbu is here to stay. The anthropomorphized swords have a lot in store for us in the coming months. A sequel movie to the recent Katsugeki Touken Ranbu was recently announced, and the Fall 2016 Touken Ranbu Hanamaruwill screen a compilation movie that will tie the story to the second season that is scheduled for Winter 2018. Excited?
You can’t really ignore such a bombastic trailer as the one for the first movie of the Donten ni Warau anime trilogy. Do yourselves a favor and see it now. All these MT readers who brought it on 7th place can’t be wrong.
MT readers really love Sword Art Online. The moment the trailer for the new SAO game was posted on MT, it climbed to the first place of our Trending list. The new smartphone game will be soon available for Android and iOS devices.
The Fullmetal Alchemist live action adaptation is just a couple of months away. The original author of the classic story about the Elric brothers, Hiromu Arakawa, decided to break her TV embargo and appear for the first time on a show dedicated to a Fullmetal Alchemist exhibition.