Here’s a round-up on the latest news on anime merchandise, new anime news and more!

[email protected] Ichiban Kuji part 2 announced for this October

Ichiban Kuji will be doing it’s 2nd [email protected] Kuji this October, while there has been no official site link, there is a picture of the announcement on twitter here.

Source: otanews

Madoka Magical’s Mami Dakimakura pre-orders open

Amazon Japan is now accepting pre-orders for Puella Magi Madoka Magica’s Mami dakimakura. She will be your’s for an amazing price of 10,290 Yen, the expected release date for the dakimakura is 20th September 2012.

Source: otanews, Amazon link

Dragon Ball New Film Adaptation

Weekly Shounen Jump magazine issue 33 announces the new film adaptation of Dragonball. Official site for the movie has opened here.

Source: AnimeNewsNetwork


Kyoani announces new fall project

Kyoto Animation announces fall project “中二病でも恋がしたい!”(Even if (I) am Delusional,(I) would like to fall in love!).

中二病でも恋がしたい!  is a love-comedy that centers around the male protagonist, Togashi Yuta who suffered delusions of youth while he was in secondary school, he tries to forget that “black history” behind him when he entered high school.
Problem is , the female protagonist, Takanashi Rikka tries to bring him back into the fold by forcefully “contracting”(dating) him.

中二病でも恋がしたい! is expected to be out this fall 2012. The light novel is published by Kyoto animation novels and is currently in its 2nd book.

中二病 has no direct translation in english, and its roughly translated into delusions of youth. A good summary can be found here.

Source:, Anime Official HP

Corpse Party The Anthology : Sachiko’s Romance Simulations♥ Hysteric Birthday 2U rated CERO Z for Limited edition

Corpse Party The Anthology : Sachiko’s Romance Simulations♥ Hysteric Birthday 2U (Corpse Party 2U) has announced a CERO D rating for its normal edition and CERO Z for its Limited edition. The only difference between the Limited and normal edition is the addition of an OVA called “Missing Footage”.

CERO D equates to Ages 17 and above while a CERO Z means Adult only(18+ in Japan). We wonder what might be in the OVA that might be so disturbing…

Source: Andriasang

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