Fruit Basket another (?) Publisher: Hakusensha Magazine: HanaLaLa (Web Manga Site) Mangaka: Natsuki Takaya Demographic: Shoujo Genre/Theme: Romantic comedy, Supernatural Read Online: Hanayumeonline (Japanese),
Plot: It's the sequel to Natsuki Takaya's manga series Fruit Basket. The new series is set in the same Kaibara High School, from which the protagonists of the original series Tohru Honda, Kyo and Yuki Sohma had already graduated, and features a new protagonist girl named Sawa who has just enrolled at the school.
Author Says: Tohru, Kyo and Yuki will Not Appear in "Fruit Basket another"
Sequel story will begin on the web September 4
Following the official announcement by the publisher Hakusensha yesterday, the manga author Natsuki Takaya has also posted her comments on the highly anticipated sequel Fruit Basket another on her official blog. She has required medical treatment since late 2013 and the serialization of her recent work Liselotte and Witch's Forest has been suspended as well.
According to her, another is a memorial(?) web serialization only to promote the release of the Collector's Edition of the original Fruit Basket manga series, so it will be just two or three-volume long. More importantly, she has to reveal that the main characters of the original series, especially Tohru Honda, Kyo and Yuki Sohma, will not appear in the story, though it is set in the same school. Only a little mention of them in conversations might be possible. "It would be very painful to me if the fans are expecting and waiting for their appearance. Please be understanding of this," she wrote. In addition, there is no soon return of Liselotte and Witch's Forest is planned.
Fruit Basket another will be serialized on Hakusensha's free web manga site HanaLaLa online from
September 4. It will feature a new protagonist girl named Sawa who has just enrolled at Kaibara High.
As reported, the first chapter of Fruit Basket another, the long-awaited sequel to Natsuki Takaya's popular manga series Fruit Basket, is today posted on Hakusensha's free web manga site HanaLaLa Online. A new chapter will be added every Friday during this month.
Yen Press released an image of the omnibus. They won't do regular volumes (tankobon).
It's out in June 2016.
After a family tragedy turns her life upside down, plucky high schooler Tohru Honda takes matters into her own hands and moves out…into a tent! Unfortunately for her, she pitches her new home on private land belonging to the mysterious Sohma clan, and it isn’t long before the owners discover her secret. But as Tohru quickly finds out when the family offers to take her in, the Sohmas have a secret of their own—when embraced by the opposite sex, they turn into the animals of the Chinese zodiac!
A perennial favorite of fans and librarians alike, Natsuki Takaya’s beloved bestselling Fruits Basket series returns to print in deluxe omnibus editions with beautiful full-color illustrations that are not to be missed
2019 - a new anime was announced for. I repost in the 2019 anime trailer thread along with other series.
Manaka Iwami (Tsuki ga Kirei's Aira Miyamoto, Maquia's titular character, Tada Never Falls in Love's Teresa Wagner) as Tohru Honda Nobunaga Shimazaki (Waiting in the Summer's Kaito, Date A Live's Shido Itsuka, Scum's Wish's Mugi) as Yuki Sohma Yūma Uchida (Macross Delta's Hayate Immelmann, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans' Ein Dalton, Banana Fish's Ash Lynx) as Kyo Sohma Yūichi Nakamura (Fairy Tail's Gray Fullbuster, The irregular at magic high school's Tatsuya Chiba, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind's Bruno Bucciarati) as Shigure Sohma
Yoshihide Ibata (Pikaia!!, FLCL Progressive) is directing the anime at TMS Entertainment. Taku Kishimoto (Silver Spoon, Haikyu!!, 91 Days, Hanebad!) is in charge of series composition. Masaru Shindou (Macross Delta, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) is drawing the character designs. Takaya herself is serving as executive supervisor.
This year's eighth issue of Hakusensha's Hana to Yume magazine revealed on Thursday that Natsuki Takaya's Fruits Basket Another manga will return in the Manga Park website and app on April 6. While the new chapter was previously billed as a one-shot, the new announcement labels the new chapter as "chapter 13" (continuing the numbering of the manga).
The final chapter of the manga revealed in December 2018 that the first planned one-shot for the manga will focus on Shiki Sōma.
Fruits Basket: The Three Musketeers Arc Manga Launches '2nd Season'
Natsuki Takaya's Fruits Basket: The Three Musketeers Arc manga started its "2nd season" serialization in this year's combined 10th and 11th issue of Hakusensha's Hana to Yume magazine on Monday. A sequel chapter will debut in Hana to Yume's combined 14th and 15th issue on June 20.
The fourth-wall breaking manga centers on "The Mabudachi Trio" (Hatori, Shigure, and Ayame; known as "The Three Musketeers" in English) from the original manga. The original three-chapter spinoff series debuted in the magazine's combined 10th and 11th issue in April 2019. The second chapter shipped in the 13th issue on June 5, and the third chapter shipped in the 15th issue on July 5. Yen Press published the English version of the manga as a digital simulpub.
In addition, the sequel manga Fruits Basket Another released a new chapter on Hakusensha's Manga Park website and app on Monday. The series' return with "chapter 13" (continuing the numbering of the manga) was previously slated for April 6. The next new chapter will debut on May 4.
Takaya ended the Fruits Basket Another manga in December 2018 but expressed plans to draw one-shots for the manga afterward. Takaya launched the manga on the free "HanaLaLa online" website in September 2015, but it moved to Manga Park in August 2017 along with the other HanaLaLa online manga. Yen Press is also publishing the sequel manga.
Takaya serialized the original Fruits Basket manga in Hakusensha's Hana to Yume magazine from 1998 to 2006. Tokyopop released the manga in English from 2004 to 2009, and Yen Press re-released the manga in 12 updated omnibus volumes beginning in June 2016. The original manga inspired a television anime adaptation in 2001. The manga's new anime adaptation premiered in Japan in April 2019. The second season premiered in Japan on April 6, and Funimation is streaming an English dub.
This year's 17th issue of Hakusensha's Hana to Yume magazine published the third and final chapter of the second part of Natsuki Takaya's Fruits Basket: The Three Musketeers Arc manga on August 5. Yen Press published the chapter digitally in English on the same day.
The magazine had revealed on June 19 that the chapter was delayed indefinitely.
Fruits Basket: The Three Musketeers Arc started its "2nd season" serialization in Hana to Yume magazine on April 20. The second chapter debuted in Hana to Yume on June 19.
Manga creator Natsuki Takaya announced on her Twitter account on Monday that the current "chapter 13" of the Fruits Basket Another manga is "tentatively" the last chapter of the manga. She clarified that she currently has no plans to write a story from the point of view of the "adults and parents" in the story, even though she acknowledged jokingly that writing the story from the point of view of the parents probably would have been easier.
"Chapter 13" (continuing the numbering of the manga) was previously slated for April, but debuted on Hakusensha's Manga Park website and app on April 20, with its first part (the chapter now has three parts which are all available on the site).
Old Man Dream: Fun fact about The Rescuers: It has a dirty little secret you can find in older releases of the movie. (NSFW, as a heads up)
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Taka: Didn't see anything until I read the description and comments. It goes by really fast. Edit: Someone really sneak in a picture. Edit 2: Tried pausing to find it. It's harder to track compared to REZERO's IF pictures
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Old Man Dream: Set the playback speed on the video to 0.25x. Should make it easier to get a good pause on one of the two naughty bits. Both appear around 0:19ish in the video.
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Old Man Dream: Just got done with The Rescuers. See if I can get a review for this up tonight or if not, sometime tomorrow.
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