Winter 2020 Anime: Official Info, Airdates & Trailers
Keep warm this winter season with the latest anime info at MANGA.TOKYO!
The summer is over and the heat is slowly giving its place to the red hues of autumn. MANGA.TOKYO wants to keep you warm as the new season starts and that’s why we have our Anime Info Pages updated for you: there you can find all the latest trailers, key visuals, character illustrations, the staff and the cast of all the season titles!
The real highlight of the pre-season period, however, is your own anime voice. The real authority when it comes to anime is you, the readers of MANGA.TOKYO, and that’s why we wanted to know what you think of the new Fall 2017 titles. A few weeks ago we asked you to tell us which anime from the new season is definitely going to be in your to-watch list. Our first otaku poll for Fall 2017 ended on 15 September and we had more than 500 responses!
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In the same article, we asked you about your favorite Summer 2017 titles, now that the season is over. Expect an article with your answers as soon as the season is officially over.
It’s time to see the results of your voting. Which anime do the readers of MANGA.TOKYO recommend to watch this season? Which are the Top 15 Anime for Fall 2017 according to you? Let’s find out.
Readers could choose just one anime in the poll. These are the 15 anime titles with the most votes! You can click on the headings to visit the anime’s corresponding MANGA.TOKYO Anime Info Page!
Children of the Whales is based on a manga series written and illustrated by Abi Umeda. The story follows Chakuro, a 14-year-old archivist of the Mud Whale, a utopian island that floats on the surface of an endless sea of sand. Imagine Dune with a touch of Waterworld. Chakuro and the other inhabitants of the island believe that they are the only people alive as they have never seen another in their travels. Their true adventure will start when they meet a certain girl…
— アニメ「クジラの子らは砂上に歌う」 (@kujisuna_anime) July 6, 2017
There is an inexplicable difference between the fictional world of heroes and the cruel world of our reality. Although the stories of super men and women are nothing but parables of how to live a kind and empathic life, most of us fail to take the message. That line between reality and fantasy is the main theme of the upcoming anime Inuyashiki. One part of the protagonistic duo is Inuyashiki Ichiro, an dying elderly man who is treated like crap by his family. The other half is Shishigami Hiro, a sassy teenager who want to see the world burn. As they are both caught in a strange explosion, they wake with their bodies replaced with robot parts. Of course, they have superpowers. The only problem is that Hiro wants to kill the whole world. Guess who will play the hero.
— アニメ「いぬやしき」公式＠2017年10 (@inu_noitamina) August 31, 2017
Just Because! smells mystery drama from miles away. You just have to take a look at the summary: A group of high school students are near their graduation when all of a sudden, a friend they haven’t seen since middle school suddenly transfers back. What is his deal? Why has he returned?
It is an original anime production by Hajime Kamoshida, the author of Sakurasō no Pet na Kanojo, and Kiseki Himura, the author of Tawawa on Monday.
Just Because!は10月5日よりTOKYO MX他にて放送です。
— Just Because !公式 (@JustBecause_JP) September 5, 2017
Danganrompa meets Corpse Party in this anime television series adaptation of the Ōsama Game cell phone novel. Students are going to die and girls are going to be scared to death as an entire class of 32 students all receive the same text message full of orders that they must obey or die. The sender is known only as the King. This is going to get interesting, especially if the students are free to leave the class and just obey the rules. An open-circuit death game. How interesting.
— アニメ「王様ゲーム」公式 (@kingsgame_pr) August 1, 2017
The sextuplets are back! Not much to say about the adult humor series except that in the trailer they promise us more mischief than ever before. Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, Jyushimatsu, and Todomatsu will take up the proud mantle of NEET and live their lives, fictional or not, the best way they can.
— 「おそ松さん」公式アカウント (@osomatsu_PR) September 6, 2017
The second season of Yuyuyu takes place two years before the events in Yuki Yuna is a Hero (God century 298) and will be divided into two parts. The first 6 episodes, Washio Sumi Chapter, will adapt the light novel Washio Sumi is a Hero, which was released as three anime films in Spring 2017. Episodes 7-12, titled Hero Chapter, will be a direct sequel to the first series!
— 結城友奈は勇者である (@anime_yukiyuna) May 20, 2017
Kino’s Journey is not a new story. We have seen it before in 2003 in an anime with the exact same name, based on a series of light novels. Kino loves motorcycles and traveling, but the old-school round-light bike he is riding is not ordinary: it has a name, Hermes, and it can talk. They go on a fantastic journey that has but one rule: never stay in one place for more than three days.
The anime is going to deal with some deep philosophical issues, as the anime director, Ryotaro Nakamura, has described the series as a ‘radical sense of beauty’.
— TVアニメ『キノの旅』公式 (@kinonotabianime) September 11, 2017
Diomedéa studio has brought us some really good titles in the past seasons: Girlish Number in Fall 2016; Fuuka in Winter 2017; Aho Girl and Action Heroine Cheer Fruits in Summer 2017. In Fall 2017, they want to keep that tradition with a comedy that is going to have a lot of sexual innuendo, My Girlfriend is Shobitch.
The protagonist, Haruka Shinozaki, is in love with the most weird girl in the class. Akiho Kousaka, although she accepts his confession, is taking their dates too seriously and suggests activities that are a little too sexual. What is going on here?
— TVアニメ「しょびっち」公式 (@shobicchi_anime) September 9, 2017
After a successful first run in Fall 2016 – Winter 2017, the shogi adventures of Rei and his friends are back for a mushc-anticipated second season. The series will continue exactly where it left off in Episode 22, Rei in a train full of the people who are on the same path as he is: A best friend is there with him, Nikaidou. A mentor, Shimada-san. An arch-nemesis, Goudo. A father, Kouda. And then there are the sideline heroes like the Kawamoto sisters and Hayashida-sensei.
If you haven’t seen the first season, this is a good time to catch up with the shogi drama. You can also read our episodic reviews, starting from Episode 1.
— TVアニメ「３月のライオン」公式 (@3lion_anime) August 21, 2017
We are going to witness a peculiar romance in this upcoming adventure drama set in 19th century London. Cardia lives in isolation because of a rare disease that has a deadly poison running through her veins. The world will open before her eyes when she meets Arsene Lupin, the French gentleman thief that will take her on the adventure of a lifetime.
The series is going to reference many Victorian fictional characters: Victor Frankenstein, Abraham Van Helsing, and the famous detective himself, Herlock Sholmes (no, that’s not a typo). You can take a look at the characters here.
— アニメ「Code：Realize」公式 (@cr_anime) September 5, 2017
Keep warm this winter season with the latest anime info at MANGA.TOKYO!
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