Time flies so quickly. It seems like yesterday that we were preparing for the summer season, and now we are already in the second month with most titles going to their half-cour episodes. Of course, we had our small share of delays, but this season has enough titles that keep us excited, from the dancing adventures of Tatara to the delightful love quartet of Love and Lies.Do you have a favorite from this season? Our reader’s have shared their picks and we made an amazing anime Top 10 out of it:
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, 28 July-3 August 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
While fantasy and school settings have the lion’s share when it comes to new titles. The upcoming anime adaptation of manga Netojuu no Susume trades the schoolgirl protagonist for a 30-year-old NEET and the classroom gags for an online game.
Many times, we forget that anime is part of a greater industry where many huge conglomerates control the majority of the otaku companies that create and distribute our favorite titles. In such an industry move, Sony bought the majority of Funimation.
When Funimation just changed hands, Daisuki is instead closing down. The popular streaming service that for many was the only way to watch One-Punch Manand Dragon Ball Super is going to end its activities this October, a decision that was affected by its acquisition by Bandai Namco last March.
The prequel anime movie No Game No Life Zero counts two weeks of screenings and is exceeding all expectations. Yet, the anime on which the movie is based has fans all around the world, fans who are eagerly waiting for a screening in their country. Until then, you can check the trailer with official English subs.
We know you love One Piece and that’s why we are trying to bring you all the latest news, even if the only thing they achieve is to make you long for a future trip in Japan. Like this new JUMP shop that will feature the popular anime!
The top spot this week went to one of the most influential anime of the last decade (yes, it has been that long). Code Geass has already a spot in the anime Hall of Fame. The new trilogy of recap movies will add more scenes and prepare us for the upcoming new season!