New Tsukimonogatari Visual Released + New Commercial for Nisio Isin’s New Series

The official website of the anime adaptation of Nisio Isin and Vofan’s 13th light novel Tsukimonogatari has released a brand new visual for the upcoming series. Additionally, a new commercial has been released for Nisio Isin’s next light novel series.

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The cover art visual has been released for the home release of the Tsukimonogatari series. There will be two Blu-ray/DVD volumes released for series. The 4 episodes of the anime will be split up into the 2 Blu-ray and DVD volumes that will release on February 4 and March 4 next year, respectively.

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Additionally, a new commercial has been released for Nisio Isin’s upcoming light novel series, Okitegami Kyoko no Bobiroku. The series itself will be illustrated by Vofan and follows a young forgetful detective who is tasked with solving mysteries before she forgets them. The commercial features Yui Horie (Tsubasa Hanekawa from Bakemonogatari) narrating the CM.

The first commercial released earlier in the year:

The second CM for the series features scenes from the Bakemonogatari anime, as well as a new scene featuring the book’s protagonist animated by Shaft (NisekoiMahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica), doing the famous Shaft head tilt.

The Tsukimonogatari anime will be the first entry into the third season of the Monogatari series. The light novel itself was released in September 2012 and contains the Yotsugi Doll story. The anime will be 4 episode long and will air on December 31st on Tokyo MX, BS11, and Niconico.

Additionally, the first promotional video for Tsukimonogatari was also released:

The Monogatari series is a collection of light novels, created by Nisio Isin and illustrated by Vofan. The novels started in late 2005 and published under Kodansha’s Box imprint, where there has been a total of 16 volumes to date. The 17th volume will release on April 3rd, and the 18th and final volume releasing later this year. The light novels first received an anime adaptation titled Bakemonogatari, after the first volume, in 2009 from the animation studio Shaft (NisekoiMahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica). Since then a total of 12 novels has been animated by the same studio. The most recent adaptation, Hanamonogatari, aired on August 16th. In addition, a drama CD, a PlayStation Portable game and many figures and figurines have been made based on the series. The final book of the Monogatari series, Zokuowarimonogatari, released on September 17th.

Here is a synopsis of the first series:

Koyomi Araragi, a third year high school student who is almost human again after briefly becoming a vampire. One day, a classmate named Hitagi Senjōgahara, who infamously never talks to anyone, falls down the stairs into Koyomi’s arms. He discovers that Hitagi weighs next to nothing, in defiance of physics. Despite being threatened by her, Koyomi offers his help, and introduces her to Meme Oshino, a middle-aged homeless man who helped him stop being a vampire.

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Tsukimonogatari will be airing on New Year’s Eve, during the Winter 2014/2015 anime season, for a total of 4 episodes at 10:00pm JST.

You can visit the anime’s website here: http://www.monogatari-series.com/
Visit Okitegami Kyoko no Bobiroku‘s site: http://kodansha-box.jp/topics/nishio/okitegami
And don’t forget to follow the anime on Twitter: @nisioisin_anime

 
Source Article and Images – Tsukimonogatari Anime Website
Source Article – Crunchyroll
“Tsukimonogatari”, “Monogatari”, “Okitegami Kyoko no Bobiroku”, images and all associated brands and titles © 2014 Nisio Isin, Vofan, Shaft, Kodansha and Aniplex


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