jueves, 30 de septiembre de 2010

Kodomo no Jikan 3rd Anime Announced [Update]

Not that there was any doubt about the eventual return of the Kojikan Lolis, but an official confirmation of our most burning desires is always nice. And so, Kodomo no Jikan will indeed make a comeback in anime form, in a yet to be disclosed format and timeframe.

The joyous news is brought by the cover of the ongoing manga's 8th volume, whose wraparound jacket is announcing said anime sequel of unknown shape and size. The original manga is also known as Nymphet, and it's written and illustrated by female mangaka Kaworu Watashiya.

Since there are no details about this 3rd Kodomo no Jikan anime at this time, the least we can offer you is a local gallery update
 - enjoy!
Update: A brand spanking new report picked up by ANN tonight reveals that the new Kojikan anime will be an OVA, bundled with limited editions of the manga's 9th volume - out in Japan in January 2011 (the wait will be a killer!). Pictured in that report are some manga frames from Volume 8, rather unsafe for work and deliciously perverted, as usual.

The November issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine is announcing on Monday that Jigoku no Misawa's Kakko-Kawaii Sengen! gag comedy manga is being adapted into four television anime shorts. The weekly shorts will run duringShueisha's Saki-yomi Jum-Bang! television program starting on November 5.
The original manga launched in Jump Square this year, and one compiled book volume has been published.
Rose of Versailles creator Riyoko Ikeda is presently appearing as a guest of honor at Italy's Romics 2010 anime convention from September 30 to October 2 in Rome. At a kick-off event last evening at the Piazza del Popolo, Ikeda joined other cosplayers dressed as Marie Antoinette, a primary character in The Rose of Versailles.
Ikeda is a member of the "Year 24 Flower Group" consisting of female manga creators who revolutionized the shōjo manga genre, including Moto Hagio, Keiko Tanemiya, and others. (The group is named after the year 24 of the Showa era, 1949.) The Rose of Versailles manga launched in 1972 and spawned a television anime and a live-action movie. The series has proved popular in Europe, and Ikeda was awarded France's Ordre national de la Légion d'honneur, the nation's highest honor, in 2009. Both the anime and manga are unlicensed in North America, although Frederik L. Schodt translated the first two volumes for Sanyusha.
Sensual Phrase creator Mayu Shinjo recently tweeted a link to a photo of her own cosplay, as protagonist Yui Hirasawa from kakifly's manga K-ON! In the tweet, Shinjo expresses excitement about the costume, "even though the guitar is different."
Shinjo debuted as a shōjo manga creator in 1994 with a series called Make Love shiyo!! Her 1997 series Sensual Phrase (Kaikan Phrase) was translated into English by Viz Media, as was her later work Haou Airen. Shinjo has also had many works published in German by Egmont Anime + Manga.
Images © La Repubblica XL; Mayu Shinjo
Update: Viz has not released Haou Airen in North America. Thanks, brand.

miércoles, 29 de septiembre de 2010

SOY’B’ Cosplay 2010 – Solo Cosplay Compy Highlights

The solo cosplay competition took place in the early afternoon which pits the cosplayers who took part to answer questions drawn from a box. The Ouran hosts spare no time in giving them the questions, well, with a blend of humor of course ^^

And some videos:

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