Winter 2009 anime lineup

12 01 2009

I realize I never posted an updated list after my earlier post on the new winter 2009 anime season, so here is a post dedicated to this winter 2009 anime lineup over at Sankaku Complex (seems that they are capable of doing non overly perverted and weird stuff). Check it out, if you’re interested. The times are written in Japan Standard Time, that is GMT+9, just so you’re prepared.

Kuro, one of the shows from the winter 2009 lineup.

Shikabane Hime: Kuro, one of the shows from the winter 2009 lineup.

Source: Sankaku Complex

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Anime Winter Season 08-09 (Version 1)

14 11 2008

I’ve got information on the new winter anime season starting next month and here is a list of new shows. At least a few of them, please keep your minds open for change as well as additions of more shows.

Anime Winter Season 08-09 (December, January, February)

January

Afro Samurai: Resurrection (movie?)
Akikan!
Asakiyumemishi – The Tale of Genji
Asu no Yoichi
Birdy the Mighty DECODE:02
Chrome Shelled Regios
Hajime no Ippo New Series
Kemono no Soja Erin
Konnichiwa Anne
Kurokami
Major (5th Season)
MARIA†HOLIC
Maria-sama ga Miteru 4
Queen’s Blade
Ride Back
Shikabane Hime: Kuro (I believe Kuro and Gen is the same series, just different kanji pronounciations)
Slayers EVOLUTION-R
The Tower of DRUAGA ~the Sword of URUK~
Viper’s Creed
White Album
Z Mazinger
Zoku Natsume Yuujin-chou

February

Precure New Series

You shall know that not all the above titles are definitely correct. I don’t know more than this is what Anime News Network or other sources currently call them.





Shikabane Hime: Kuro

14 11 2008

I have only seen episode one of the new Shikabane Hime: Aka anime, and already it has been announced that a new Shikabane Hime anime is to be aired on Japanese TV from January 2009: “Shikabane Hime: Kuro.” Quick? I think so, but I also think it’s good news because of what I’ve seen Shikabane Hime is a good concept – but how much can one episode tell? To be honest, I don’t even remember more than two things of that episode.

Read more about Shikabane Hime: Kuro (“kuro” means black, by the way) at the official web page here!