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May 24, 2021, 1:30 AM
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Well, it looks like virtual idol Hatsune Miku might be attracting some bronies really soon. This is because Japanese figure makers, Kotobukiya, has announced that Hatsune Miku is joining their Bishoujo line.

Kimetsu no Yaiba, the anime's opening song "Gurenge" by LiSA has now become the most profitable song in Japan in 2020. The announcement came from the Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers .

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Yikes. Japan has enacted a lot of strange measures to try and deal with the spread of the coronavirus, such as banning screaming on rollercoasters and giving out traditional fans at restaurants for customers to cover their mouths with.

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'揺れ動く気持ちって、なに?' (Yureugoku kimochi tte, nani? ) ""What Is This Wavering Emotion? "" If these two get any cuter I may need to drop SSSS. Dynazenon, because I'm not sure I could take it.

'ヨシュア' (Yoshua) "Joshua" "The square root of sixty-nine is eight something, right?

Mugen Train continues its record-breaking streak at the North America box office, now becoming the #2 anime movie of all-time in U. S. box office history with $43,956,487 through last evening. Demon . .

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The manga artist and creator of Chinkoro Ane-chan died at the age of 96 from natural causes. The post Manga Creator Ichiro Tominaga Has Died appeared first on Siliconera.

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Umehara provided an update on Twitter after two weeks of silence. The post Daigo Umehara Discharged From Hospital After Battling COVID-19 appeared first on Siliconera.

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Ito was famous for writing eye-worm lyrics for commercial jingles, television shows, and anime theme songs. The post Urusei Yatsura, Dr. Slump, Cutie Honey Lyricist Akira Ito Has Died appeared first on Siliconera.

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The TV anime adaptation of The World's Finest Assassin Gets Reincarnated in Another World as an Aristocrat has released a new teaser trailer confirming that the show will be delaying its original July premiere to October.

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