Mentioned in Crunchyroll, August 9th will release the Japanese manga volume 2o for Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan. This volume, based on the hints, reveals the story’s climax. In a interview with the creator, Isayama informs readers to continue on reading and it might have a “dark ending.” The interview is on the hyperlink.
Currently, volume 19 is released in the U.S.
According to the New York Daily News newspaper, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an order of directive to his state’s Department of Corrections and Community Supervision on Sunday to forbid playing Pokemon Go and other similar gaming apps. He is issuing a supervised watch or parole for these apps. The target people for this issue are registered sex offenders. If a sex offender downloads, plays or have any access to Pokemon Go, they would be in violation to their parole.
Governer Cuomo wrote a letter to Pokemon Go creators and developers Niantic Labs requesting for assistance in order to make these offenders would keep off from playing this app. More information of this news is provided in the hyperlink.
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After looking at Anime News Network and seeing this posted on @josefcd904 Twitter, Reki Kawahara’s light novel series Sword Art Online will be getting an American Live-Action TV series. The recently announced news states that it got the rights to release the TV series globally from independent production company Skydance Television. The TV series will have script writer Laeta Kalogridis (Avatar, Terminator Genisys) and the executive producers are David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Marcy Ross.
There is also plans by Skydance Interactive on having a reality experience of Sword Art Online after the TV series.
With this announced and even the upcoming Netflix American series Death Note, it looks like America are doing their versions of our favorite anime series.
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