Título: Kuutei Dragons
Sinopse: Acompanhamos a tripulação da aeronave "Queen Zara" nas suas caçadas por gigantescos dragões. Estes monstros míticos são imensamente cobiçados pois além da sua carne são fonte de inúmeras riquezas. Kuutei Dragons é uma aventura sobre as excursões de "Queen Zara" através do céus, na sua procura pelos melhores dragões.
Estado: A decorrer
Autor: Taku Kuwabara
Confirmada série televisiva inspirada no universo de DanMachi
Estreia em Abril de 2017 uma série que revisita o mundo explorado em Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka, as light-novels de Fujino Omori e arte de Suzuhito Yasuda. Gaiden: Sword Oratoria é inspirada numa narrativa paralela dos mesmos criadores que também está a ser publicada no formato light-novel. O staff e o elenco da série original participam na sua maioria neste novo projecto.
Realizador: Youhei Suzuki (Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.)
Composição: Hideki Shirane (Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka)
Design de Personagens: Shigeki Kimoto
Música: Keiji Inai (Alderamin on the Sky)
Ais Wallenstein: Saori Oonishi (Gi(a)rlish Number)
Lefiya Viridis: Juri Kimura (12-sai.: Chicchana Mune no Tokimeki)
Tiona Hiryute: Rie Murakawa (Brave Witches)
Tione Hiryute: Minami Takahashi (Flip Flappers)
Aiz Wallenstein, a "Princesa Espadachim", a mais poderosa da sua classe, embarca numa aventura com as suas aliadas na grandiosa cidade-labirinto de Orario, conhecida como A Masmorra. No 50º piso do labirinto, perante grandes ameaças e perigos, Aiz invoca o Vento e é conduzida às profundezas da Masmorra, onde encontra um rapaz solitário. Com Orario como pano de fundo, as divergentes histórias de ambos vão convergir!
Sword Art Online II
Sword Art Online II TV Anime to Launch in 2014
Announced during Sword Art Online: Extra Edition special on Tuesday
A new Sword Art Online television anime, Sword Art Online II, will launch in 2014. The announcement was made during Tuesday's premiere of the Sword Art Online: Extra Edition special and on the franchise's updated website. The website gives the new arc the subtitle "Phantom Bullet." More details will be announced on the site.
The next stretch of Reki Kawahara's original novels features fictional massively multiplayer online game Gun Gale Online, which focuses on firearms, but also features knifes and light saber-like weapons.
Gun Gale Online character Sinon, voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro in the PSP and Vita games, along with a drama CD, also made a cameo at the end of extra edition.
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Samurai Warriors/Sengoku Musou Gets TV Anime Series in January
KOEI Tecmo announced during its Sengoku Musou Chronicle 3 completion event on Wednesday that a television anime series of the Samurai Warriors (Sengoku Musou) game franchise will premiere next January. The series will run on the TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, and BS Japan channels. The story will center around Toyotomi versus Tokugawa.
The franchise already inspired the Sengoku Musou SP: Sanada no Shoutelevision anime special this past March.
The key phrase of the anime's story is: "What are you fighting for?" The story takes place in Japan's tumultuous Sengoku era, where violent battles are being raged across the country. The "passionate and painful" story follows the "troubled fate" of the Sanada brothers, who have sworn an oath that no matter what, they will fight to the bitter end together.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi is on the verge of unifying the realm, and all that remains is the Odawara Castle protected by the "Lion of Sagami" Ujiyasu Hōjō. Hideyoshi's personally trained generals — Ishida Mitsunari, Katō Kiyomasa, and Fukushima Masanori — as well as Ōtani Yoshitsugu, Shima Sakon, and Naoe Kanetsugu are all on the frontline of the battle. Amidst the battle formation are the two young warriors of the Sanada household: older brother Nobuyuki and younger brother Yukimura. As the stalemate begins to break down, Sanada Yukimura rides on a lone horse into the fray. His brother follows him right after.
Kamen Rider/Garo Creators' Sword Gai Manga Gets TV Anime
DLE adapts dark fantasy by Chaos;HEAd writer Toshiki Inoue, Garo helmer Keita Amemiya
The November issue of Shogakuan's Monthly Hero's Magazine announced that a television anime adaptation of the dark fantasy manga Sword Gai has been green-lit for Spring 2016. The Flash anime studio DLE (Eagle Talon, Thermae Romae) is producing the anime in collaboration with the entertainment content company Fields. The cast and other details will be announced later.
The story revolves around Gai, who was born beside a woman who met her death in a forest. He was adopted by the swordsmith Amon. A few years later, Gai becomes Amon's apprentice, and during the forging of a sword, he loses his right arm. To help him, Amon crushes the demon sword Shiryū (lit. Death Dragon) to form it into Gai's replacement right arm. Gai then is able to fuse with the weapon on his arm, and fights against his enemies.
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