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The ninth issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine is announcing on August 19 that Salaryman Exorcist: Okumura Yukio no Aishū (Salaryman Exorcist: The Sorrow of Yukio Okumura), a spinoff manga of Kazue Katō's Blue Exorcist series, will become a regular series in the next magazine issue on October 19.
Minoru Sasaki drew the manga as a one-shot in the magazine's seventh issue in April under the supervision of Katō. The gag comedy follows the daily life of the overworked Yukio as he stresses over his twin brother Rin.
The Sword Art Online television anime series is getting a year-end anime special titled Sword Art Online Extra Edition. In the afterward in the 13th volume of Reki Kawahara's original light novel series, which shipped on Saturday, Kawahara noted that Sword Art Online Extra Edition will be a recap of the Aincrad and Fairy Dance arcs, but it will contain some new footage.
Aniplex of America had mentioned Sword Art Online Extra Edition at its panel at Otakon last weekend, but specified that the show is going to be in Japan only when it airs on December 31.
The official website for Nagi no Asukara, the original animation project from P.A. Works and ASCII Media Works' Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine, began streaming a promotional video for the series on Monday. The singer Ray (To Love-Ru -Trouble- Darkness, Waiting in the Summer) performed the image song "Nagi" used in the promotional video.
JINS glasses, which are supposed to block blue light from televisions, PCs and Smartphones, looked to grab some anime and manga fan eyes this weekend with an Akihabara kick off for the line of One Piece limited frames. Gravure idols Anri Sugihara and Tama Mizuki, comedian duos Non Style (Akira Ishida and Yuusuke Inoue) and Peace (Yuuji Ayabe and Naoki Matayoshi) cosplayed as the Straw Hats for the event.
Due to air this fall, the Golden Time anime will adapt Toradora! author Yuyuko Takemiya's light novel serious about the young students at a law school, with Chiaki Kon (Higurashi and Umineko: When They Cry) directing the production from GENCO and J.C.STAFF.