Being limeys, we may not be celebrating Thanksgiving, but we’re still thankful to Yen Press for their new novel and manga announcements. So, without further preamble, let’s have a look at the surprises in store for English readers. 153 more words
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Only one frame was needed for Sound! Euphonium to flaunt its triumphant return. With the single shot shown above, Tatsuya Ishihara was able to definitively storyboard the almost non-existent time-gap between the show’s two seasons, while at the same time, encapsulate the essence of the drama that still reside within the concert band: who has shrugged off the doubt and resorted to continue on their quest for perfection, and who’s still being trapped within their own past, unable to continue? 1,478 more words
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Even as an amateur critic, I try to provide for you, my audience, my opinions on anime, and occasionally films, as honestly and as succinctly as possible. 3,401 more words
When you find the true passion with ANIME, you check all the series that will be aired next season and build your own anime schedule, don’t you? 593 more words
It’s hard to believe that ten years have passed since Haruhi Suzumiya was first released. 515 more words
In late 2013, Ayano Takeda’s second novel, Sound! Euphonium, was published by Takarajimasha under their paperback label. It was read by two producers at Kyoto Animation who instantly knew that they wanted their studio to adapt it into an anime production. 1,194 more words