Tales of Symphonia The Animation: The United World Episode‘s limited Collector’s Edition, which ships out its first volume on November 23, will include a new Anime short as a bonus feature. Also, a limited Exsphere Edition will include the DVD along with the TalesRing Symphonia radio program, in place of the bonus Anime feature.
Both limited editions include illustrated packaging by Tales of Symphonia The Animation‘s character designer, Akira Matsushima, a booklet (with story scenarios in the Exsphere Edition, and production designs in the Collector’s Edition), and a soundtrack CD with the series’ ending theme.
The first four Tales of Symphonia OVAs were released back in 2007, followed by the sequel, Tales of Symphonia: Tethe’alla-hen, released in 2010. Tales of Symphonia The Animation: The United World Episode is said to be the final video in the Tales of Symphonia franchise.
Shogakukan‘s October issue of Monthly CoroCoro Comic will be publishing Tenya Yabuno’s final Inazuma Eleven Manga chapter on Septetmber 15, 2011.
Inazuma Eleven was first released in Monthly CoroCoro Comic, during May 2008. Inazuma Eleven won the Best Children’s Manga award in 2010, at the 34th Annual Kodansha Manga Awards. The 9th volume of the Manga was released by Shogakukan in June.
The Manga, adapts LEVEL-5(Rogue Galaxy, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King, Gundam AGE, etc.)’s role-playing soccer game of the same name. There was also an Anime series released in 2008, inspired by the game, and a 2011 Anime series sequel, titled Inazuma Eleven GO, which is set a decade after the original series’ story.
You can’t be a zombie fan and not know about Highschool of the Dead! It’s a gore-fest of Zombie bashing, coupled with over-the-top ecchi, but it combines well together to make an amazing Anime.
Now, at the end of 2010, rumors began circling of a possible season 2 of Highschool of the Dead, however as we’ve learned: They were false. Cue 2011, rumors began circling that a second season would be airing during September of 2011, however as of right now, these are unconfirmed.
Everyone who’s seen the series wants a season 2, and some people claim that the company behind Highschool of the Dead have personally confirmed it, but without any solid evidence, it’s just another rumor.
Whether or not Highschool of the Dead Season 2 comes out this year, what would you want it to be about? Would you want it to compile the rest of the Manga into the episodes? What do you want out of it? More ecchi? More action? Leave your reply below!
Popular gaming company Bushiroad has announced on Saturday that production on a second season of Tantei Opera Milky Holmes (Detective Opera Milky Holmes) will be premiering on Tokyo MX, along with other stations starting January 2012.
Milky Holmes follows the lives of four female detectives.