The upcoming issue of Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive magazine is revealing a brand new visual for the upcoming second season anime adaptation of Atto’s Non Non Biyori manga. The magazine also reveals that the title of the second season will be called Non Non Biyori Repeat.
The manga has also reached a new milestone selling over one million copies. A special community poll will be held at an event in 2015 where a special screening of the first episode of the anime’s second season will also be held. And a photo contest, similar to the one for the first season, will also be held. Additional information about the event will be revealed in upcoming issues of Monthly Comic Alive.
The official website of the Non Non Biyori anime is celebrating christmas with a special cute snowy image of the main characters from the series:
Non Non Biyori is a comedy slice of life manga written and illustrated by Atto. The manga began in 2009 published in Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive magazine. To date there a total of 7 volumes have been produced, with the 8th volume scheduled to release on March 23rd next year. An anime adaptation of the series was made in October 2013. An anime adaptation of the series was produced in 2003 by Silver Link (Strike the Blood, Kokoro Connect) with Shinya Kawatsura (Kokoro Connect, .hack//Gift) directing. To date the manga has sold over 1 million copies in Japan.
Here is a synopsis of the anime from MAL:
Elementary school student Hotaru Ichijou has moved with her parents from Tokyo to the middle of the country. Now she must adapt to her new school, where there are a total of 5 students in the same class who range through elementary and middle school ages. Join their everyday adventures in the countryside.
Non Non Biyori Repeat will be airing in 2015. Further information about the anime will be revealed in the upcoming months in Monthly Comic Alive.
Source Article – Anime News Network
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