Gus Hanson wrote:Don't hold out much hope in any continuation of the Highschool of the Dead manga according to it's artist especially with no input from the deceased creative writer's end.
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Highschool of the Dead was the first anime I watched because I wanted and not because I found it on TV. I'll treasure it in my heart forever even if it remains incompleted. God bless the author.
Shinkai's new movie announced.
"In the film's story, high school student Hodaka leaves his home on an isolated island and moves to Tokyo, but he immediately becomes broke. He lives his days in isolation, but finally finds a job as a writer for a shady occult magazine. After he starts his job, the weather has been rainy day after day. In a corner of the crowded and busy city, Hodaka meets a young woman named Hina. Due to certain circumstances, Hina and her younger brother live together, but have a cheerful and sturdy life. Hina also has a certain power: the power to stop the rain and clear the sky. "
Can't wait to see them falling in love, fighting the obstacle that makes their relationship impossible and deal with some supernatural stuff with some very visual effects like in every other movie he's done before.