First of all, I would like to thank glothelegend for informing me of this beautiful announcement. After being informed, I immediately checked my sources like anime news network.
According to ANN:
The July issue of ASCII MediaWorks‘ Dengeki Bunko Magazine will reveal on June 10 that the “Shana Project is restarting” with a “new anime in development” for Shakugan no Shana.
What really makes this news sound good is that it may be a re-make. As a remake, it may follow the original material more like the Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood. I hope that it will be the case. And it is said to be released in the Fall 2009. If I’m correct, Fall is supposed to be in the October.
The second is the announcement of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu:
The magazine will also reportedly announce that the second television anime season based on Yūsaku Igarashi‘s Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu otaku romance comedy light novel will premiere in October.
And yet the return of the amazing Haruka voiced by the amazing Mamiko Noto (Kotomi from Clannad, Ai from Jigoku Shoujo)
The final announcement was the return of the GTO manga:
This year’s 27th issue of Kodansha‘s Weekly Shonen Magazine will announce on Wednesday that Tohru Fujisawa‘s Great (GTO) manga is returning under the name GTO: Shonan 14 Days. The Shōnan setting is the coastal bay area near Tokyo that is also the locale of Fujisawa’s Shonan Junai-gumi (GTO: The Early Years, pictured at right). Tokyopop released the original GTO manga and GTO: The , both of which recount the misadventures of Ekichi Onizuka, the biker gang member who becomes the “Greatest Teacher in the World.”
As a fan of the series, this feels very exciting. Oh well, I need to start reading the manga now.