To Love Ru promo streaming

12 08 2010

The newest promo for the upcoming OVA version of To Love Ru — Motto To Love Ru — is streaming at the anime’s website.

The promo features the first opening theme for the new series, “Loop the Loop” by KOTOKO.

The series will bring back all of the voice actors from the first series, and many of the key production aspects as well. Atsushi Ootsuki will direct and Yuichi Ouka will return from the first series to work on character designs.

The series is scheduled to release this fall.

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To Love Ru manga spinoff announced

31 07 2010

Kentaro Yubiki’s To Love Ru manga series, will be getting a spin-off, according to early scans on 2-Channel.

The series is expected to start on Oct. 4 in Square Jump magazine. Yubiki will handle the art and Hasemi Saki will write the scripts.

The original To Love Ru series ran from April 2006 to August 2009 and launched many spinoff properties.





More details released on To Love Ru anime

13 07 2010

This Saturday’s edition of Weekly Shounen Jump will announce the newest anime adaptation of the To Love Ru manga.

Called Motto To Love Ru (More To Love Ru), the series will bring back all of the voice actors from the first series, and many of the key production aspects as well. Atsushi Ootsuki will direct and Yuichi Ouka will return from the first series to work on character designs.

The series is scheduled to release this fall.





New To Love Ru anime series announced

3 07 2010

The most recent issue of Shonen Jump has reported that a new anime series based on the manga series To Love Ru (Transliteration/pun on the word trouble) is in production.

The main cast will be back to reprise their roles from the 2008 anime series, though the format has not yet been announced.

Running in Shonen Jump from April 24, 2006 and August 31, 2009, To Love Ru revolved around a normal boy and the alien princess that crashlands in his house and decides he’s her fiance.





Trailer posted for Nurarihyon no Mago

5 04 2010

A trailer for the upcoming series, Nurarihyon no Mago, has been posted  to the series’ home page, and can be found here: (Nararihyon no Mago).

Based on the manga series by Hiroshi Shiibashi, the story is about a part-human, part-demon boy who does good acts to avoid succumbing to his grandfather’s wishes — that he take over the demon clan.

The series is set to premiere in July in Japan.





Bleach live action movie likely

23 03 2010

According to the Hollywood reporter, Warner Bros. is in talks to secure the rights to the Bleach franchise for the purpose of making a live action movie based on the Tite Kubo manga series. Peter Segal (Get Smart, Anger Management) would direct.

Among other properties already secured by Warner Bros. for remake rights are Death Note, Akira and Ninja Scroll.

Bleach has run in Shonen Jump since 2001 and already has over 260 anime episodes to its credit.