It’s Sweet Blue Flowers episode 1, and Fumi moves back to her childhood home so that she can attend high school, and ends up running into an old friend in the process.
I’ll be busy monitoring sites like ANN and Twitter to see what announcements may come out of Anime Expo over the next four days, but in the meantime, the following is the schedule for industry panels according to the current AX schedule so we know when we might expect news to come out. Times are Pacific with Eastern time in parenthesis:
Thursday, July 2
|10:00 AM (1:00 PM)||–||Digital Manga|
|5:00 PM (8:00 PM)||–||Right Stuf / Nozomi|
|7:30 PM (10:30 PM)||–||eigoMANGA|
Friday, July 3
|9:00 AM (12:00 PM)||–||Bandai Entertainment|
|11:00 AM (2:00 PM)||–||CMX|
|12:00 PM (3:00 PM)||–||Aniplex|
|3:30 PM (6:30 PM)||–||Viz|
|8:00 PM (11:00 PM)||–||Funimation Sneak Peak|
Saturday, July 4
|11:00 AM (2:00 PM)||–||Yaoi Press|
|12:30 PM (3:30 PM)||–||Funimation|
|5:00 PM (8:00 PM)||–||Right Stuf / Nozomi Premiers|
Sunday, July 5
|1:00 PM (4:00 PM)||–||Production I.G.|
No TokyoPop? Media Blasters? ADV/Sentai? Kadokawa? Pretty low attendence for a con, especially considering it’s supposed to be an industry con.
This is just a note saying that I’ve re-scored my anime review of Fruits Basket.
The new scores for this series are: