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Sentai Filmworks has announced its acquisition of domestic distribution rights to the Amagami SS+ TV series. The 13-episode series from early 2012 is the second season of the Amagami SS television series that Sentai presently distributes on subtitled DVD. ThePlusseries will be releaesed on subtitled domestic DVD next year.

Sentai Filmworks has also acquired the domestic distribution rights to the two-episode Rurouni Kenshin: Shin Kyoto-Hen OVA series. The 2011-2012 re-telling of theKyotostory arc will be released on bilingual domestic DVD and Blu-ray next year.

I suspect this later acquisition would be more significant if the Shin Kyoto Hen OVAs weren’t such a bland snooze.

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Maiden Japan has acquired the domestic distribution rights to the 1997 Kyuketsuki Miyu television series that was released on domestic VHS and DVD in 2001 by Tokyopop under the titleVampire Princess Miyu.Maiden Japan has confirmed plans for a bilingual re-release for the 26-episode series but has not specified how or when.

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The homepage for Mari Matsuzawa’s romantic comedy manga Saikin, Imouto no Yousu ga Chotto Okaishiin Da Ga. (Lately, My Little Sister’s Been Acting Strange, But.) has announced that the manga will be getting an anime TV series adaptation. The current manga from the creator of Hinadori Girl and the Inukami manga is the story of a teen boy whose step-sister suddenly announces that she’s been possessed by the spirit of a deceased teen girl who must fall in love with him in order to pass on to heaven.

Source: Anime News Network

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The current issue of Newtype Magazine reports that Spike’s PSP adventure game Danganronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei (Danganronpa: School of Hope & Student of Despair) will be getting a TV anime adaptation. Seiji Kishi (Persona 4: The Animation) will direct the show at studio Lerche for broadcast next year. The original 2010 game revolves around exceptional students forced to either commit the perfect murder or be killed themselves.

Source: Anime News Network

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The current issue of Newtype Magazine reports that AtlusNintendo DS RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 will be getting a TV anime adaptation. Seiji Kishi, who directed this year’s Persona 4: The Animation and will direct next year’s Danganronpa TV anime will direct the series at studio Bridge (Mitsudomoe) for broadcast next April.

Source: Anime News Network

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Newtype Ace magazine has announced the development of an original sci-fi TV anime series titledSuisei no Galgantia.Fullmetal Alchemist: Milos no Seinaru Hoshi director Kazuya Murata will direct the series with Madoka Magica screenwriter Gen Urobuchi providing the scripts. Popular adult manga artist Hanaharu Naruko will provide character designs. The show is scheduled to premiere next April.

Source: Anime News Network

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Flash animation studio DLE (Thermae Romae, Haiyoru! Nyaru-Ani) has announced plans to produce a TV series adaptation of Mini Van, Quily’s four-panel gag manga parody of Bushiroad’s popular Cardfight!! Vanguard game and anime franchise.

Source: Anime News Network

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Guilty Crown & YojouHan Shinwa Taikei episode director Ryoutarou Makihara will make his feature directorial debut next year with the original sci-fi romance anime film Hal. Izumi Kizara (live-action Sexy Voice and Robo) is writing the screenplay about a teen girl who loses the boy she liked to a tragic accident. The boy returns to her in the form of a robot. The movie is scheduled to premiere on June 8, 2013.

Source: Anime News Network

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Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine has confirmed that the popular Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai (The World God Only Knows) anime franchise will get a third TV series plus an OVA starring supporting character Kanon. The anime adaptation of Tamiki Wakaki’s supernatural romantic comedy manga launched in 2010.

Source: Anime News Network

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Anime studio SHAFT has released a trailer for its upcoming TV series Nekomonogatari (Kuro). Nisemonogatari director Tomoyuki Itamura is directing the series with Akiyuki Shinbo acting as supervising director. The adaptation of NisiOisin’s 2010 novel is an immediate prequel to the events depicted in the 2009 Bakemonogatari anime series. The show will premiere on the 31st.

Source: Anime News Network

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