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As it stands, anime fans are still waiting on a release date for their favorite anime shows, as well as the return of the long-sought reboot of the beloved Sailor Moon series.
In other words, things are looking grim for anime fans.
In fact, the wait is almost over.
Last week, the Japanese animation industry, which is known for producing the hit shows Dragon Ball Z, The Legend of Korra, and the upcoming Dragon Ball anime, officially announced that it would be bringing back the original anime series, which it had released in 2009.
The announcement came on the heels of a number of new anime titles being announced this week, including a new season of the popular web series The Magicians and a remake of the hugely popular web cartoon The Powerpuff Girls.
While it’s not yet clear when the revival will happen, some fans are hoping for a more permanent return to anime as the industry moves into its next era.
“We are in a period of transition.
There’s a lot of good anime that has not yet returned,” said Naru Yuki, an anime fan from London who runs an anime blog called Anime Fan News.
“I hope we get to see more of the classics like Sailor Moon and Sailor Venus, and if we can get the return to a normal format of series like Sailor Mars or Sailor Moon Crystal, it would make it so much better.”
As it is, anime fan groups are already organizing to help anime fans return to the old days.
“A lot of people have been waiting a long time for an anime revival.
I feel that we’re at a tipping point,” said Haruko Ochiai, an animator and manga author.
“The new anime is going to be the best of the best.”
Ochiais first post, a screenshot of an anime fans Tumblr, was a reaction to the announcement of Sailor Moon’s return.
“It’s hard to be disappointed when you haven’t seen the new shows,” he wrote.
“I was hoping that we would get some new anime like Sailor Mercury, or some new shows like Sailor Venus,” added Yuki.
“But theres no reason to hope.”