One Punch Man Creator’s Mob Psycho 100 Anime Adaptation Premieres in July

The official website for the television anime of ONE‘s Mob Psycho 100 manga began streaming the show’s first promotional video on Friday with English subtitles. Takahiro Sakurai narrates the video as his character Arataka Reigen. The video reveals that the anime will premiere in July.





Yuzuru Tachikawa (Death Parade) is directing the anime at BONES (Fullmetal AlchemistEureka SevenSpace DandyBlood Blockade Battlefront). Hiroshi Seko (Ajin) is overseeing the scripts,Yoshimichi Kameda (One-Punch Man animation director) is the character designer, Kazuhiro Wakabayashi (Eureka SevenGhost in the Shell: Stand Alone ComplexSoul Eater) is the sound director, and Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell, Hana Moyu, Patlabor) is composing the music. Additional staff members include:

Art Director: Ryō Kōno

Color Design: Shihoko Nakayama

Director of Photography: Mayuko Furumoto

The story revolves around “Mob,” a boy who will explode if his emotional capacity reaches 100%. This boy with psychic powers earned his nickname “Mob” because he does not stand out among other people. He keeps his psychic powers bottled up so he can live normally, but if his emotional level reaches 100, something will overwhelm his entire body.

The manga creator ONE launched the Mob Psycho 100 series on Ura Sunday in 2012 and later inShogakukan‘s MangaOne app in 2014. Shogakukan published the 11th compiled book volume of the manga in December.

Another manga by ONEOne-Punch Maninspired the recent television anime.



Ok, I know that I’m on hiatus, but I just can’t resist to write about something. I had free time today and I saw this news about One Punch Man Creator’s Mob Psycho 100 getting an anime adaptation. I recently got my internet connection back, but it may cut anytime again. So, expect that I may be gone for another few days. Still, I’m excited and ready for another anime adaptation of one of ONE’s creation.


On Hiatus


If you guys noticed, I disappeared for quite a while. It’s because I decided to just relax for a while because of the busy week that passed by. School just ended a week ago but I’m still quite stressed from the previous school works. There’s still one program left, the “Recognition Day”. This is usually celebrated before the school year ends, selected high school students will be given rewards and achievements for their overall performance within the whole school year.

I thought that I’ll just relax and rest to relieve stress. It’s sometimes hard to think of a topic to write about, so I might as well stop writing blogs for a while. Another reason is my internet connection is not that stable at the moment. Sometimes, the connection cuts off and I can’t access the internet. As a result, I got nothing to do but watch anime that I’ve downloaded to my laptop (anime that I’ve already finished). So, I’ll be going on Hiatus for a while. See you guys later.

Barakamon Prequel Manga Handa-Kun TV Anime Slated for July

It has been revealed that the upcoming television anime adaptation of Satsuki Yoshino’s Handa-kun manga is scheduled to air this July on TBS. The manga is a spin-off of Yoshino’s Barakamon manga, which was adapted into a TV anime in 2014.

In addition to this, two new visuals of Sei Handa have been revealed:


Barakamon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Satsuki Yoshino. It started serialization in Square Enix’s Gangan Online February 2009 issue. The story follows Seishu Handa, a calligrapher who moves to the remote Goto Islands off the western coast of Kyushu, and his various interactions with the people of the island.

A spin-off manga, titled Handa-kun, started serialization in Square Enix’s Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine starting in the November 2013 issue. It takes place six years prior to Barakamon, focusing on Seishu’s life as a high school student.

Synopsis from MyAnimeList:

A manga that takes place six years prior to the events of Barakamon, detailing the life of Seishuu Handa as a high school student—and a very interesting life it is.

In Handa-kun, Seishuu Handa is admired by his peers as a calligraphy genius and given the utmost respect, but Handa-kun himself is under the mistaken impression that the deference and attention he receives from the other students is actually bullying. Handa just wants to live a quiet life, but hilarity ensues as one character after another challenges his position as the school idol, and somehow comes away as a fan all while Handa is horrified and clueless.

 (Source: Haruhichan Network )

Turning an inanimate object into a character

We’re basically done with our projects. Today at class, we have so much free time (it’s near vacation, so the teachers don’t give works anymore. I’m so glad) and we’ve got nothing to do. My other classmates were practicing for the upcoming Music Recital (it’s a part of the school program before the school year ends, wherein every students, by section, forms a band and plays at the stage), as for me and my classmate, we were just lazing around and thinking what to do. Then I saw a folder on my classmate’s chair. I then had an idea in turning that folder into a 2d girl. He then said that I should draw it, and so I did.

I still have no idea on why this folder:


Turned into this:


The folder is used in keeping my other classmate’s piano sheets. So, my classmate named my character as Pia-chan (shortened name for Piano).

Eromanga Sensei Gets An Anime Adaptation


From the author of OreImo comes in another anime adaptation of one of his works, “Eromanga Sensei”.

Romantic comedy about light novelist whose secret illustrator is his own shut in sister

The Dengeki Bunko imprint published a handout that announces that an anime adaptation of Tsukasa Fushimi‘s light novel series Eromanga Sensei has been green-lit.

The “new sibling romantic comedy” revolves around Masamune Izumi, a light novel author in high school. Masamune’s little sister is Sagiri, a shut-in girl who hasn’t left her room for an entire year. She even forces her brother to make and bring her meals when she stomps the floor. Masamune wants his sister to leave her room, because the two of them are each other’s only family.

Masamune’s novel illustrator, pen name “Ero Manga Sensei,” draws extremely perverted drawings, and is very reliable. Masamune had never met his illustrator, and figured he was just a disgusting, perverted otaku. However, the truth is revealed … that his “Ero Manga Sensei” is his own younger sister! To add to the chaos that erupts between the siblings, a beautiful, female, best-selling shōjo manga creator becomes their rival!

Fushimi launched the light novel series in 2013 after finishing the Oreimo (Ore no Imoto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai) light novel series, which also inspired at anime. As with Oreimo, Hiro Kanzaki draws the illustrations for Eromanga Sensei.


Happy Late Miku Day!

In Japanese, three can be pronounced as both “mi” and “san.” Nine can be pronounced as both “ku” and “kyou.” Therefore, March 9 can be pronounced, for the sake of pronunciation play, as “Miku” and “sankyuu,” which sounds like thank you. That is why March 9th is day for appreciation of Hatsune Miku.


Even though it’s already March 10, and I’m already late because I had to review yesterday for our final exam. I still want to join the fun, so Happy (Late) Miku Day everyone!