A few weeks ago, we asked you to share any questions you may have for our interview with Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry director Ttsuma Minamikawa. MANGA.TOKYO had a very interesting talk with Minamikawa-san about the movie and its highlights. We also have a present from the director, just for you! Read the article to learn how you can win an amazing clear folder with a Fairy Tail illustration.
Chihara-san is the voice of Yuki Nagato from the anime The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and has performed the opening songs for the TV anime Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere (Kyoukaisen-jou no Horizon) and Beyond the Boundary (Kyokai no Kanata). This year, she will also attend Los Angeles’ Anisong World Matsuri at Anime Expo 2017!
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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, 5-11 May 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
It seems that we have a lot of fans of yuri reading MANGA.TOKYO! Our Yuri Exhibition 2017 report did really well, as did this 6-minute animation based on Hiromi Takashima’s manga Asagao to Kase-san! Check the article for the video, screenshots, and more info!
Garow Lee is a huge Akira Toriyama and Dragon Ball fan. His latest manga is a spin-off gaiden and isekai story where a common Dragon Ball wakes in Yamcha’s body as the events of Dragon Ball Z begin to unravel.
Aho Girl(lit. Stupid Girl) features the stupidest protagonist in the history of anime, and we mean that literally. Yoshiko Hanabatake, is a stupid girl who managed to get 0 points in all of her five main subjects in school. Check the article for all the latest cast info!
LiSA, one of our favorite anison singers, is going on a national tour! Most of her overseas fans are wondering if she considers going on a World Tour! We are sure most anime conventions would welcome her with open arms.
Another live action news piece came first this week. Chihayafuru is getting a third live-action movie adaptation and you seem to be super excited about it! It will be a sequel to the previous films, set two years after Part 2.
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