Nogizaka Haruka Second Season Incoming

Nogizaka Haruka DVD
Hmm~ for fan who didn’t get enough just by 13 episodes, looks like their pray has been answered. Although they must be patient…

Here’s a quote from ANN

Second Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu TV Anime Green-Lit

posted on 2009-02-05 04:18 EST A “Dengeki no Kanzume” pamphlet enclosed in Isuna Hasekura and Jū Ayakura’s Spice and Wolf X light novel has announced that production on a second season of the Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu television anime has been green-lit. Like the first series that ran in 2008, the new project adapts Yūsaku Igarashi’s otaku romance comedy light novel about a boy who discovers that his high school’s most unattainable girl is a secret otaku. Mamiko Noto and Wataru Hatano lead the cast by reprising their roles as the girl, Haruka Nogizaka, and the boy, Yūto Ayase, respectively. Similarly, Munenori Nawa (D.C.S.S. ~Da Capo Second Season~, Kiss×sis) will return to direct. Series script supervisor Tsuyoshi Tamai (Inukami!, Strike Witches) and character designer Satoshi Ishino (Excel Saga, Puni Puni Poemy) also return from the first season. The first season’s Studio Barcelona is producing the animation again under its new name, Diomedea. (The studio reformed and changed its name last November.) The same “Dengeki no Kanzume” pamphlet also confirmed the summer premiere of the Spice and Wolf II television series and the April premiere of the Asura Cryin’ television anime adaptation.
Source: 2ch Image © Yūsaku Igarashi/ASCII MediaWorks/Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Production Committee

Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu – First Episode Review

Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu

Ahh~ new Love comedy series~ Finally.

Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu or The Secret of Nogizaka Haruka is about romance between her and Ayase Yuuto. The story starting when he found out about her secret, that is she actually an Akiba-kei (Akiba way) or also known as an anime otaku/fan. And since then their story begin.

Haruka-chan is sooo kawaiii~ and her reaction too~ I probably gonna collect this series closely~ I don’t think I would kept reviewing this though. (Usually this kind of stuff has a light stories and mostly comedy anyway) So it’s better if I just give my general review later on.

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