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- Katsugeki! Tōken Ranbu: July 1
- Love & Lies: July 3
- DIVE!!: July 5
- Altair: A Record of Battles: July 7
- Vatican Miracle Examiner: July 7
- Made in Abyss: July 7
- Welcome to the Ballroom: July 8
- Hitorijime My Hero: July 8
- Princess Principal: July 9
- Lights of the Clione: July 12
- Hell Girl 4: July 14
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An official website has opened on Wednesday announcing that the Basilisk series will receive a sequel manga and an accompanying TV anime adaptation titled Basilisk: Ouka Ninpouchou. The manga will be based on Masaki Yamada's sequel novel of the same name. Yamada will also write the manga with illustrations by Tatsuya Shihira, and will begin its serialization in the 34th issue of Weekly Young Magazine on July 24. The sequel will center around two elite ninjas of the Kouga and Iga clan, named as Hachirou and Hibiki, respectively.
Fuutarou Yamada has written the first novels of Basilisk in 1958 and 1959 as Kouga Ninpouchou (The Kouga Ninja Scrolls). It has been adapted into several live-action, manga, and anime series. Masaki Segawa drew the novel's 5-volume manga adaptation and was serialized in Young Magazine Uppers from February 2003 to June 2004. Kodansha Comics USA has released all volumes of the manga digitally in English in 2014. Studio Gonzo produced a 24-episode anime adaptation in 2005. In the same year, the manga has also inspired a live-action film titled Basilisk: Shinobi Heart Under Blade.
Official anime site: http://basilisk-ouka.jp/
Official anime Twitter: @basiliskouka
The CW series “The Originals” will end after its upcoming fifth season.
Showrunner Julie Plec made the announcement on Twitter on Thursday ahead of the series’ San Diego Comic-Con panel later this week. Plec said it was only fitting to make the announcement one year after announcing the end of the series’ parent program, “The Vampire Diaries.”
“It’s both a gift and a burden to be able to control the ending of a series,” Plec wrote. “Many shows are not lucky enough to have a hand in deciding when the end has come.” Fans will be able to attend a panel Q&A with the cast and creators on Saturday, July 22, at 12 p.m. PT at the Indigo Ballroom in the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel.
The show was one of several renewals for The CW for the 2017-2018 season. The other renewals were “iZombie,” “Arrow,” “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and “Supernatural.” The network cancelled freshman series “No Tomorrow” and “Frequency.”
It was spun off from “The Vampire Diaries” in 2013. “Vampire Diaries” wrapped up earlier this year after eight seasons and 171 episodes.
The series marked Plec’s fourth with The CW. In addition to “Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals,” she also created “The Tomorrow People” and “Containment” for the network, with both shows airing for one season.
The official website of Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt has announced on Monday that the second season of the net anime will receive a compilation movie with new scenes. Titled Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower, the movie will screen in Japanese theaters on November 18 for two weeks. It will also pre-screen at Anime NYC between November 17 and 19. Following the theatrical screening, the movie will be available via Bandai Visual Club, and will also be released in Blu-ray and DVD on December 8.
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt adapts Yasuo Ohtagaki's manga by the same title, which has been serialized in Big Comic Superior since March 2012. The first season of the net anime streamed online for four episodes between December 2015 and April 2016. A compilation movie containing additional scenes titled Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky premiered in June 2016. The second season of the anime debuted in March 2017 and ended on Friday.
Amazon's Anime Strike channel has announced its full lineup of summer simulcast titles and their premiere dates.
In addition, Anime Strike will continue its stream of the Sagrada Reset, Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul, and Re:CREATORS anime.
Of the summer titles that will stream on the channel, Sentai Filmworks has so far announced that it has licensed Love & Lies, Vatican Miracle Examiner, Made in Abyss, Hitorijime My Hero, and Princess Principal. Aniplex of America has licensed Katsugeki! Tōken Ranbu.
In the United States, users must subscribe separately to both the Amazon Prime Video service and its Anime Strike channel to view the streaming titles. For territories outside the United States, only an Amazon Prime Video subscription is required.
Amazon will stream the first episode of the Welcome to the Ballroom anime on the Twitch livestreaming website worldwide on July 6 at 9:30 p.m. EDT, with a special pre-show at 9:00 p.m. EDT. Anime Strike subscribers will also receive a free download of the first volume of Tomo Takeuchi's original Welcome to the Ballroom manga.
The official website of Granblue Fantasy The Animation has announced that the seventh Blu-ray and DVD volume will include an unaired episode titled "EXTRA2". The volume will be released on October 25.
Produced by Aniplex with studio A-1 Pictures, Granblue Fantasy The Animation adapts the smartphone game by the same title developed by Cygames. The 13-episode anime aired in Spring 2017 and ended on June 25. The series was simulcast by Crunchyroll, Daisuki, Hulu, as well as Amazon's Anime Strike platform. Aniplex of America has licensed the series in North America.
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