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Section 23 Gets Gintama, Living For The Day After Tomorrow, And Hidamari Sketch X 365

I never started watching Gintama on Crunchyroll, but I might as well pick up the DVDs when they are released. If you want a summary of Gintama, you can go to my earlier post here.

Hidamari Sketch X365 is a continuation of the first season and it takes place in Yuno’s second year of school.

Living For The Day After Tomorrow Shoko wanted to be older, and she gets that wish, but at the expense of Karada, Shoko’s brothers ex-girlfriend, losing year on her age. Now the 2 are the same age and must get along in Junior High. Can they make it threw together though.

All these will be coming out in April, with Hidamari Sketch X 365 Complete Collection being $39.98 Along with Living For The Day After Tomorrow being the same price. Gintama Collection 1 will also be the same price.

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Hidamari Sketch, Glass Mask, and Neo Angelique Abyss Licensed By Section23

Hidamari_Sketch_x_365Well, 3 more anime titles were licensed by Section23. Hidamari Sketch, Glass Mask, and Neo Angelique Abyss are all set for a January 2010 release.

Hidamari Sketch is more or less a slice of life show, which I like for some reason. So I will probably pick it up. There isn’t much of a story, except a girl named Yuno goes to the Art School she wanted to get into and she lives her life with her friends there.

Glass Mask is the story of Maya and Ayumi competing in the performing arts to be the best I think. I don’t know if this will be good or not, so I may skip it if it sucks and gets bad reviews.

Neo Angelique Abyss is another monster of the week show I think. Angelique is a normal girl until she discovers she is a purifier I think, and they kills these life draining monsters called Thanatos.

Over all, the licenses may be good. Hidamari Sketch is one I look forward too, but not sure about the others yet.

Full press release is just a link below.

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