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Fumio Osano, the Sailor Moon manga's Kodansha editor who is known by his nickname "Osabu," confirmed in response to a question on his Twitter account that the new Sailor Moon anime has been delayed. The anime was previously announced as debuting this summer.
Osabu has not yet given further details, but a more formal announcement is expected soon. When asked if the anime would broadcast in winter 2014, he responded, "Not 2014. Perhaps."
The June issue of Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Zero-Sum magazine revealed on Saturday that Minari Endo's fantasy action manga Hatenko Yugi will be returning from its hiatus beginning in the magazine's next issue in May. The magazine will feature a color page to celebrate the manga's return after over a year. The manga has been on hiatus since February of last year.
Manga artist Tetsuya Koshiba (Remote, Tennen Shōjo Man, Akapori) will launch his Love Karma manga in this year's 18th volume of Shueisha's Grand Jump Premium magazine on May 22. The advertisting in the magazine's current issue featured the tagline "Love is war!" on Wednesday. The manga's first chapter will be 47 pages.
The "Heartful Tank Carnival" event revealed on Sunday that production on an entirely new Girls und Panzer film has been green-lit, and it will open next year. Tsutomu Mizushima is once again directing the project.
In addition, production on an original video anime (OVA) about the battle against Anzio Girls High School has been green-lit. Finally, a fan disk mostly devoted to footage from Sunday's event will go on sale in September.
Btooom! manga creator Junya Inoue revealed on Friday that he completed the first chapter of his La Vie en Doll manga. The series will premiere in the July issue of Shueisha's Jump X (Jump Kai) magazine in June.
The June issue of Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive magazine announced on Saturday that the Girls und Panzer anime is inspiring a second spinoff manga. The tentatively titled Girls und Panzer: Motto Love Love Sakusen Desu! will launch in the next issue on May 27.