Some lovers of anime tend to base a lot of their knowledge of Japan off what they see in anime – but this sometimes means they are a little off the mark. Here are a couple of examples.
Information about new series releasing in the Winter 2014/15 season, with storylines, trailers and release dates.
Rumiko Takahashi’s Kyoukai no Rinne has been green-lit for anime production – the series follows a young girl with the ability to see ghosts. It is scheduled to run for 25 episodes starting in April 2015.
Brains Base has revealed the details of a new original anime project. Directed by Keiji Gotoh, it follows 13 year old Meguru, who meets an older girl by the same name, and gets drawn into the older Meguru’s fight against a mysterious organisation.
Souma dreams of becoming a chef and surpassing his father’s skills in cooking – to accomplish this he enters an elite culinary school that is difficult to get into, but even more difficult to graduate from. Maybe we’ll get to see some epic food fights?
A new series that was announced recently, that follows a newbie adventurer who dreams of having a fateful encounter with a member of the opposite gender while on his own adventures.
A quick look at one of the new series that kicked off in the Fall 2014 season – Ore, Twintail ni narimasu, which is a rather silly action-comedy that follows the protagonist in his quest to protect twin-tails from a bunch of nefarious villains. It’s good fun though – so might be worth checking out.
In a country where dirty jokes and obscene language is banned by the law, one high-school club rises in rebellion against its student council president, mostly by being as vulgar as possible. This series – and its long-ass name – has been green-lit for production