Yuki-chan's official twitter came back to life after two and a half years of silence. Slowly filled with pictures and sketches by Puyo.
Upcoming new Haruhi official fanbook will include a special interview with Minori Chihara.
Something is finally coming!
Spin-off manga by author of Haruhi-chan. Disappearance Yuki is heroine.
That isn't what he meant, I think.
Well the way he interpreted your post isn't necessarily wrong, anon.
KyoAni is unlikely given they'll probably be busy with AmaBri and the Kyoukai movie. Ordet is possible, but I don't know if Kadokawa is in good terms with Yamakan. I can also see J.C. Staff doing it, as weird as that could be, as J.C. Staff has done several Kadokawa property adaptations over the years. Finally, there could be a totally new studio which will debut with animating Nagato-chan.
Come to think of it, will Nagato-chan be a full series, or just a short?
I said "someone like" them. Not directly them. I know that these options are extremely unlikely.
By the way, since you've mentioned it, which studios belongs under Kadokawa?
They going, but after Kyon and Yuki save Haruhi from freezing to death, because she spent cold night outside as she tried to catch Santa, she quickly join them slowly turn their Literary Club into pseudo SOS-Brigade.
>implying he's not smashing that on the side
I don't know if I feel worse for me or Koizumi.
The new anime is going to bring the GOAT Yuki artists back, right?
There are two things certain:
1) Long-haired Haruhi returns to center of interest.
2) Asakura becomes more popular than ever before.
Actually he is still tsundere for Haruhi.
All girls are bustier in this version.
>Trigger only does originals (and being a subcontractor), or did you forget already?
Good job on guessing the method of operation for a company that has barely done anything and still getting it incorrect.
That general face style seems to lead to bad results if you fuck up