Kill Me Baby also set to premiere this June.
ZEN Otaku Honbu has learned that the Pan-regional anime channel ANIMAX Asia is set to premiere two comedy anime titles on the month of June.
Hayate the Combat Butler tells the story of a teenage boy named Hayate who works as a butler and the events he experiences with his employer, Nagi. In this new series, adventure awaits both Nagi and Hayate as they travel to Las Vegas to retrieve the elusive “Black Camelia”, a treasure that belongs to Nagi’s family. Nagi also meets a mysterious girl who claims to be her little sister. Is she really Nagi’s little sister? Or does she have an ulterior motive?
Hayate the Combat Buttler: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You is the third anime adaptation of the popular manga by Kenjirou Hata, but contents of the anime has been an original to the anime and will be different from the manga series. This adaptation has been produced by the animation studio Manglobe, unlike the first two adaptations that was produced by J.C. Staff.
Hayate the Combat Butler: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You premieres on June 26 (Wednesday) and airing Weeknights at 07:30pm, replacing the second season of Sket Dance.
Kill Me Baby centres upon the “friendship” between two high school girls, Sonya and Yasuna. Sonya is an assassin attending school as any girl does, while Yasuna is a silly, somewhat dim-witted friend who follows Sonya around, unaware of how dangerous she really is. This comedic slice-of-life anime series is the amusing adaptation of the four-panel manga of the same title that follows the adorable yet crazy day-to-day life of both girls as they try to get along with each other at school.
The series has been directed by Yoshiki Yamakawa, while Hideki Shirane handled the scripts, and Shinya Hasegawa handled character design. The series has been produced by J.C. Staff, and ran from January to March last year. Last February, the anime has been licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks.
Kill Me Baby will air the whole season in one weekend. The first five episodes will air back-to-back on Saturday, June 22 at 08:30pm, followed by the next eight episodes on Sunday, June 23 at 08:30pm.
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