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Io Sakisaka to Launch New Manga

Io Sakisaka, the creator of Ao Haru Ride and Strobe Edge, is going to launch her new manga series in the July issue of Shueisha‘s Bessatsu Margaret magazine on June 13.

Strobe Edge was serialized from 2007 until 2010 with a total of 10 volumes. A live-action film adaptation, which stars Kasumi Arimura (Ninako Kinoshita) and Sota Fukushi (Ren Ichinose) will also be screened in March 2015.

(Strobe Edge’s Movie Trailer)

Io Sakisaka started Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ridein 2011, and the series is scheduled to conclude in February this year. It also inspired an anime adaptation series which was aired in July until September 2014. Production I.G. produced the anime which had 12 episodes. Ao Haru Ride’s live-action film adaptation was also released in Japan in December last year. Tsubasa Honda and Masahiro Higashide played the characters of Futaba Yoshioka and Kou Mabuchi, respectively.

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(via ANN)

Io Sakisaka to End “Ao Haru Ride” in February

Io Sakisaka, the creator of Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) is going to end her manga next month according to the February issue of Shueisha‘s Bessatsu Margaret magazine. The shoujo manga’s serialization started in 2011 and as of December 2014, 12 volumes have been released so far.

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An anime adaptation produced by Production I.G. was also aired in July last year, and the 12th and final episode was televised in September. A live-action film adaptation directed by Takahiro Miki was also screened in Japan on December 13, 2014. Tsubasa Honda and Masahiro Higashide played the roles of Yoshioka Futaba and Tanaka Kou, respectively. Izumi Fujimoto (Yuri Makita), Yua Shinkawa (Shuko Murao), Ryo Yoshizawa (Aya Kominato), Yu Koyanagi (Yoichi Tanaka), Yudai Chiba (Toma Kikuchi) and Mitsuki Takahata (Yui Narumi) also joined the cast.

Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) depicts the love story between Yoshioka Futaba and Tanaka Kou who both fell in love with each other when they were still in junior high. However, before she could even confess her feelings for him, Kou suddenly transferred and they lost contact with each other. Now that she is in high school, she unexpectedly reunites with Kou who changed his name to Mabuchi Kou. She realizes that she still has feelings for him, but the Kou she knew before is different now. In the course of their romance, they meet new people and friends who will also play a great part in their story.

(Source: ANN)

Ao Haru Ride’s Live Movie Adaptation Is Set To Flutter Hearts This December

Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) is a shoujo manga written by Io Sakisaka that depicts the love story between Yoshioka Futaba and Tanaka Kou who both fell in love with each other when they were still in junior high. However, before she could even confess her feelings for him, Kou suddenly transferred and they lost contact with each other. Now that she is in high school, she unexpectedly reunites with Kou who changed his name to Mabuchi Kou. She realizes that she still has feelings for him, but the Kou she knew before is different now. In the course of their romance, they meet new people and friends who will also play a great part in their story.

An anime adaptation was released in Japan in July this year, and its final episode was aired just recently. However, those who were saddened by the short anime series have something new to look forward to! A live-action film adaptation of Ao Haru Ride is confirmed to be released in Japan this coming December 13th!

Tsubasa Honda and Masahiro Higashide will play the roles of Yoshioka Futaba and Tanaka Kou, respectively. Izumi Fujimoto (Yuri Makita), Yua Shinkawa (Shuko Murao), Ryo Yoshizawa (Aya Kominato), Yu Koyanagi (Yoichi Tanaka), Yudai Chiba (Toma Kikuchi) and Mitsuki Takahata (Yui Narumi) are also included in the cast. The filming began on April 1st and Takahiro Miki is directing the film.

A teaser was also released in July and for those of you who haven’t seen it yet, go check it out!

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