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Funimation Entertainment revealed the dub cast for English dub of the animation Restaurant to Another World. The dub cast is working under the animation director Alexis Tipton, writer Jamie Marchi, ADR engineer Deryk Elkins, and Gino Palencia, mixing engineer.

The English dub cast for the animation is: Jill Harris as Aletta, Charlie Campbell as Artorius, Jeremy Schwartz as Alphonse, Tyson Rinehart as Gaganpo, Bradley Campbell as Grandpa, Christopher R. Sabat as Master, Stephanie Young as Red Queen, John Swasey as Tatsugoro, Jeremy Inman as Lionel, and Cris George as Balrog.

On Wednesday, Funimation will stream the animation series at 4:00 p.m. Restaurant to Another World animation is the adaptation of Junpei Inuzuka’s light novel series. The series was released on 3rd July on TV Tokyo. The animation series was is streaming by Crunchyroll.

Masato Jimbo is the director for the animation series at SILVER LINK, and also the script supervisor. Takao Sano and Keiichi Sano is the character designer for the animation series.
On Saturday, Yutaka Yamamoto revealed through its official facebook page about new key visuals of animation Hakubo.

Yamamoto is script writer, sound director and director of the animation series. Sunao Chikaoka is the character designer for the animation series, and Fuyuto Muraguchi is the color designer. Yo Yamada is the sound producer, and Sohei is the music composer.

The casts for the animation are Kaori Fukuhara, Sora Amamiya, and Sumi Shimamoto.

The animation’s story is revolves around some youths who are living in ‘the now and present’ in Iwaki city.
Shogakukan’s Petite Comic magazine revealed in its August issue that they will publish final chapter of Kirakira Heart Drop manga on Friday.

In November 2016, Hayakawa published the manga as a series. The story of the manga revolves around Aki, an office worker, who is dreaming to be met with her ideal prince one day. One day she meets with a guy who is son of their company’s president. But still thing are not going according to her.

In January 2015, Hayakawa ended her manga The Wallflower after 15 years of serialization.
On Monday, Gakken Plus’s Animedia magazine had revealed its August issue that the animation series Black Clover will release this year. The animation is based on Yuki Tabata’s Black Clover manga. The issue also revealed about new key visuals of the animation.

Tatsuya Yoshihara is directing the animation series at Studio Pierrot, and Kazuyuki Fudeyasu is managing the series composition. Itsuko Takeda is the character designer of the animation, and Kumiko Tokunaga is the sub character designer. Kosei Takahashi is prop designer, and Aiko Shinohara is the colour designer. Minako Seki is the music composer.

In February 2015, Tabata started serialising the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The manga was digitally published in North America by Viz Media through Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
On Saturday, Frontwing revealed that its game Grisaia: Phantom Trigger is being adapted into a television animation series. Frontwing already announced this week that he would reveal an ‘important announcement’ regarding the game. It has also launched a teaser website for the animation series.

The key visual for the animation according to Frontwing: Akio Watanabe is the animation’s character designer and chief animation director. Ryuichiro Yamakawa is producing the animation series.

The character designing and artwork are providing by Akio Watanabe, and SD artwork is providing by Nanaca. The background and weapon designing is handling by MAGNUM. The story for the animation is written by Ryuta Fujisaki. The background music for the animation is developing by Hitoshi Fujima.

On 25th April, Frontwing released two volumes of the game with English text. It is planning to release the third volume on 28th July.
On Monday, Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed its 32nd issue of this year. In its issue, it revealed that Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring manga is being adapted into a television animation series. The magazine also revealed the title of the animation series that is Boruto: Naruto Next Generation. According to the official news, the arc of the animation will premier in this month.

In January 2016, Viz Media released the manga in print, the story of the manga according to Viz Media. The manga’s story revolves around a young boy named Naruto. He is passionate about learning ninja and wants to save the world with his ninja skills. Naruto achieves his dream of becoming a ninja but suddenly the troubles start appearing in front of him.

In the Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine, Viz Media also published the manga chapter in English. On 5th April, Boruto: Naruto Next Generation television animation series were serialised on TV Tokyo. The animation series is streaming on Crunchyroll.
On 12th July, Shogakukan’s Gessan magazine is going to reveal its August issue. In its issue it will announce that Soichiro Yamamoto’s Karakai Jozu no Takagi-san manga will be adapted into a television animation series. The manga will get adapted in 2018.

The story of the manga is revolves around Nishikata, a school student, he is continuously getting teased by Takagi, a girl sit next to him in class room. On day Nishikata starts teasing her, and gets success.
In 2013, Yamamoto launched the manga in Gessan magazine.
On Tuesday, Crunchyroll announced that it will steam Faster Finger First television animation; the animation is based on Iqura Sugimoto's Nana Maru San Batsu manga. The first episode of the animation will release on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.

The animation, Fastest Finger First, was released in Japan on 4th July, Tuesday. According to official news, the animation has around 12 episodes.
The story of the animation according to the official website: The animation story revolves around a student named Shiki Koshiyama who takes part in Bunzo High School’s New Student Fast Finger Quit Championship.

Masaki Ozora is the animation director at TMS Entertainment, and Yuuko Kakihara is the animation’s script supervisor. Makoto Takahoko is the character designer, and Hajime Hyakkoku is the music composer.
On Saturday, Aniplus-Asia published a commercial which is revealing that the company will publish the animation Kemono Friends on 20th July at 6:30 p.m.

The television animation, Kemono Friends, released on 10th January on TV Osaka and TV Tokyo and it was ended on 25th March. There was also an unofficial anime’s episode published in April.

In early 2016, Nexon launched original app game which was ended on 14th December.

The multiple Kemono Friends games is developing by Bushiroad, he recently launched a game for Smartphone.
The well-known animation series My Hero Academia revealed on Monday about new characters and poster visual for the second season.

The new visual poster featuring the new villain Stain. The new characters for the animation are Koji Okino as Gunhead, Mai Yamane as Uwabami, Hikaru Midorikawa as Best Jeanist, and Takahiro Fujiwara as Fourth Kind.

The second season of the animation was released in Japan with English subtitles on 1st April, and the English dub of the animation is streaming by FunimationNow. The animation has around 25 episodes. The second season of the animation is based on Kohei Horikoshi’s manga.

On 8th July, the second cour of the animation will premiere, and it will cover the ‘Hero Killer Stain’ arc; it will also have new opening and ending theme song. The opening song, Sora ni Utaeba, is performing by Amazarashi, and the ending theme song, Datte Atashi no Hero, is performing by LiSA.
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