Anime fans both young and old were excited when it was announced that Urusei Yatsura, the major debut series and breakout hit of manga master Rumiko Takahashi, is getting a new anime TV series.
However, the Japanese animation industry of today is very different than the one in 1981, when the original Urusei Yatsura TV anime premiered.
Urusei Yatsura Allstars is slated for a total of four cours, though there’s no word yet as to when the third will start, or whether cours three and four will also air back-to-back.
Follow Casey on Twitter, where the translation notes included with the subtitled Urusei Yatsura release were some of his first Japanese language lessons.
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