‘Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Arc’ Manga Gets Television Anime Series On 2018
Good news Sakura fans! Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine unveils Clamp's Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card-hen to be released on televsion in 2018.
Get ready Sakura fans! Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine reveals that CLAMP's Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card-hen (Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Arc) sequel will be having a television anime series in January 2018.
The anime series adaptation will premiere on NHK in the said date. Fans will surely be surprised to see Morio Asaka returning from the first television anime sequence and two motion pictures to direct the new series at Madhouse.
According to Anime News Network, the anime series will feature the returning cast: Sakura Tange as Sakura Kinomoto, Junko Iwao as Tomoyo Daidōji, Aya Hisakawa as Keroberos, Motoko Kumai as Syaoran Li, Tomokazu Seki as Tōya Kinomoto, and Megumi Ogata as Yukito Tsukishiro.
Nakayoshi hinted at the upcoming issues that the series might face on January. The problem would be about the feature news which is related to the before the newly introduced new anime project.
The release of the anime series in the television was also posted in Crunchyroll Forum. This year is the 20th anniversary of Cardcaptor Sakura which was launched by CLAMP. Kondansha, on the other hand, will display the first compiled extent in December.
Cardcaptor Sakura was about a girl who graduates from Tomoeda Elementary School and is currently in her first year of junior high school. Originally, Cardcaptor Sakura magical girl manga series was first released on 1996 to July 2000. The manga sequence became popular and was sold 12 million copies.
The manga series was released in English in two versions. Later on, the Dark Horse Comics released the set in the omnibus layout. The sequence was first produced by Madhouse and was aired in Japan on April 1998 to March 2000.
The series premiered in Japan in 1999 and was adopted in 2000. The series got a licensed to be aired on televisions on 2014 and made a re-launched with a Blu-ray top class version and DVD.