Thanasis is a writer, professional geek, and assistant editor at MANGA.TOKYO. He started watching anime with the mecha shows of the 70s and hasn't stopped since. He loves JRPGs.
Hello, MANGA.TOKYO otaku readers!
The new season is well on its way. Many new shows have already premiered and we have already published most of our Summer 2017 episodic anime reviews. Our writers are busy with bringing you all the latest news and writing the coolest reviews on the web, but since they are also fans like you, they have their own anime lists for this summer. That’s why we asked them to share their first episode impressions on the anime they watch. Scroll down to the end of the article for our Summer 2017 Preview Guide. Don’t forget to share your own impressions in the comments.
We know that as true otaku fans, you are excited about the new season and we want to know all about it. How about a new Summer 2017 Poll + Giveaway? All you have to do is answer our newest Otaku Poll and tell us the titles you are the most thrilled about. The anime goodies we have for you are some rare anime artbooks. Check them out 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, 30 June-6 July 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
It’s been more than 15 years since the OVA. Production I.G and Adult Swim will collaborate to bring us two new movies (6 episodes each) in 2018! The story will take place many years after Naota and Haruhara Haruko shared their adventure together.
You have to see this cover for the Fate/Zero Blu-ray Disc Box Standard Edition. I’ve seen a lot of Fate art and this is one of the most beautiful Saber illustrations.
This was probably one of the biggest news of the week. Two of the most prolific studios of the last decade, Studio Trigger (Kill la Kill, Little Witch Academia) and A-1 Pictures (Idolmaster, Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day) will collaborate to bring fans an original anime project titled Darling in the Frankxx! Check out the trailer below.
The second season of My Hero Academia (by Kohei Horikoshi) consists of two cours, which means that it will part of our episodic reviews this season as well. The production has revealed this mysterious visual for the second half.
A group of high school girls are heading for Antarctica? That seems to be the premise of this new original anime by the team behind NGNL. The visual is really cute, and after all, the industry needs more original anime.
The new trailer for the first movie of the anime trilogy is full of action! The Fate series is a prolific franchise and these movies have the fans excited! Don’t forget that the latest TV series, Fate/Apocrypha, is part of the Summer 2017 season.
Junji Ito has been a manga author for 30 years! That’s a lifetime of dedication to the art and it will be celebrated with a new anime series based on his horror stories.
The Tokyo Ghoul adaptation is really close and the production has revealed an amazing new visual featuring most of the cast in character!
Fans of Fukumenkei Noise will have another chance to hear Nino sing her heart out to Momo in the upcoming movie adaptation of the popuar manga and anime.
This is the second consecutive week that a news piece for the new season of Shokugeki no Soma takes the first place in views. Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma – San no Sara was announced to air this fall and the production shared a new trailer! Check it out below.
Most first episodes for the new season have already aired and MANGA.TOKYO has the perfect article to make your life easier. Our writers, myself included, share their first episode impressions on our Summer 2017 anime preview article:
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