Information and preview of Noitamina anime series 2012!

We are for a great treat this year! Fuji TV posted the information and trailers this week on its official site. You can always subscribe to Noitamina Official Youtube channel

Psycho-pass: I'm really intrigued by this one. It will premiere in October and Fuji TV refuses to give information. This is a teaser trailer:

Robotics;Notes: if you loved Steins;Gate like me, this is our year! From the same developer .5pb/Nitroplus, the quality not only looks impressive but it can mark a significant comeback of truly epic mecha anime. It is produced by Production I.G, whereas Steins;Gate was produced by White Fox.

Based on the console game, it will premiere also in October, and the story follows the "scientific adventure" format, set in a future world with realistic augmented reality technology. It follows a robotics club in danger of being disbanded. The console game will be released on June 28.

Natsuyuki Rendezvous: an adaptation of Haruka Kawachi's Natsuyuki Rendezvous manga, this series will premiere in July.

The romantic josei drama, collected in four volumes, tells the story of a love triangle between Hazuki, a young man who works part time at a flower store, Rokka, the widow who owns the store, and the ghost of Shimao, Rokka's deceased husband.

Moyashimon Returns: another series that premieres in July, it is based on the manga by Masayuki Ishikawa, published by Kodansha. The story revolves around Tadayasu Sawaki, a young man with a very strange ability: he can talk with bacteria/microscopic beings. He enrolls at Tokyo Agriculture College, where people seem to be just as abnormal as he is. This is the sequel.

Tsuritama: I'm amazed with each trailer that comes out. Directed by Kenji Nakamura and animated by A-1 Pictures, the story takes place in Enoshima, where Yuki is a high school student who's never been good at making real friends thanks to his abnormally poor communication skills. Haru is the self-styled alien who decides to teach Yuki to fish. Natsuki is an irritable born-and-raised local. Akira is the mysterious Indian who watches them all from a distance. These four meet, fish, and find big adventures on their little island.

It will have 11 episodes and it will premiere on April 12.

And last but not least:

Kids on the Slope (Sakamichi no Apollon): 

Summer, 1966. Kaoru Nishimi has moved to live with relatives in Kyushu. He's been an aloof honor student his whole life, but that starts changing when he meets Sentarou Kawabuchi, the school's notorious bad boy. Through him, he learns the appeal of jazz and forms his first real friendships.

Set for 12 episodes, it will premiere on April 12 too.

Already loving the slash between the protagonists and the sorta rockabilly aesthetics  ^_^ *in cloud 9*

Hopefully this series will liven up this year that started with cancellations of series like Bleach, Gintama and Beelzebub.

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