The first results of our ongoing Spring & Summer 2017 poll are out. What are the readers of MANGA.TOKYO watching this season and what are they putting on their anime list for the next? Check the answers below and don’t forget to take part if you still haven’t for a chance to win some amazing anime goodies!
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, 9-15 June 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
With so many adaptations lately, we have lost count of what is being adapted to what. Fudanshi Sensei is a novel by Kotoha Taki that is going to be adapted into a manga by Amino Yuki for the web magazine Gene Pixiv. You have to read the summary of the story.
There is an immense amount of hype being built for the upcoming movie adaptation of Gintama. And if we can judge from the latest trailer, it’s more than justified. The trailer starts will the phrase ‘This bastard universe’s stupidest samurai!’ and features the theme song by UVERworld!
Your Name (Kimi no Na wa) is still writing its story of success. The Blu-ray is coming out this summer, and in the meantime, the popular anime film is opening a store in Hong Kong full of exclusive items!
Re:CREATORScame into a sudden stop last week, and in my last review I commented on the possibility that we are done with the first cour. The second cour is confirmed to start on July 8, and we already know the OP and ED themes!
When was the last time we had a proper Fate title? Fate/Apocrypha is coming next season and is revealing more and more info as the weeks go by. See the new visual and a CM featuring the two main characters.
Spring 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. The season is coming to end and we can’t wait to see what the summer titles have in hold for us!
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