Spring 2017 Anime Chart Final [neregate]

Spring is pretty much here already with some of the biggest anime this year, and the rest of the season itself does not disappoint. It will be one of the biggest seasons in memory with many highly anticipated sequels, adaptations and the sheer volume itself is staggering. To help you keep a nice overview of the season’s offerings, Zana from neregate has produced the final update for the Spring 2017 anime chart. Just make sure to clean up all the sakura petals once your done.

Some anime to keep an eye out for:

  • Granblue Fantasy: The Animation – Adaptation of the insanely popular mobile game
  • Boku no Hero Academia Season 2 – Back with the anticipated Sports Festival Arc
  • Re:Creators – A new original anime by Rei Hiroe
  • Sakurada Reset – A mystery series where the detectives have the power to reset the world back a few days
  • Attack on Titan Season 2 – No need for an explanation
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For anyone who doesn’t know, Zana announced that neregate will be closing down on April 13th. This also means the end of the anime charts. We are very appreciative of the work zana has done in providing these seasonal charts; they take a lot of time to research and put together. We wish Zana all the best in their future endeavours.

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One response to “Spring 2017 Anime Chart Final [neregate]

  1. Yep, I had noticed that the chart was not loading anymore as a shared file, and I am sad to see Neregate depart. But nothing lasts forever as it turns out, and I do wish him(her?) all the best in their future endeavours as well. Anime and how it is accessed and watched is constantly changing, and it will be interesting to see what the future may hold! I loved these charts, and would have made great posters, or play bills. The curtain has now closed, and it is time to see what the next play has in store for all of us…

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