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The Spring cour is slowly coming to an end but we still have a full month before the anime season is over! Don’t forget to check our latest episodic anime reviews, but if you are already preparing for the next season, MANGA.TOKYO is here to make your day: We have already prepared our new Summer 2017 anime guide with all the official pages, hashtags, and summaries!
We are already working on our episodic anime review list for the summer. If you have an anime you want us to review, let us know in the comments below!
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, 26 May-1 June 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
Kuzu no Honkai is still fresh in our otaku memories. The anime is going to hold its final event soon and shared the event visuals from key animator Keiko Kurosawa. Kuzu no Honkai was part of our Winter 2017 episodic anime reviews.
Fox Spirit Matchmaker (Enmusubi no Youko-chan) is an anime adaptation of a popular Chinese cartoon about a world where youkai and Humans live together and love each other. The main visual is really cute.
Many fans are still skeptical whether Yoshihiro Togashi will stay this time to continue Hunter x Hunter, but the fact is that the series is back in Weekly Shonen Jump!
A mecha otaku travels to a world that really has robots in the upcoming isekai anime Knight’s & Magic. The characters and the robots both look amazing.
It’s no secret that most otaku creators are part of a close-knit community that supports each other. In this article, Makoto Shinkai, Katsuyuki Motohiro, Gorou Taniguchi, Mado Nozaki, and many more are praising the anime movie adaptation of the famous manga Blame!
The upcoming movie prequel of No Game No Life has given us some of the most beautiful visuals of the hype season.
Tokyo Ghoul is taking into account its worldwide fanbase and decided to stream an introduction event for the movie adaptation worldwide!
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