Imouto at the ready, Oreimo returns in April

Oct 07 // Chris Walden    @EuricaeriS

It's not like they want you to watch it or anything, idiot.

Everyone's favourite closet otaku little sister will be returning for a second season of Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai, not that she's happy about that or anything. The announcement comes from the Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival, and was revealed by various people associated with the previous series, including Kirino's voice actor, the original creator and various Aniplex staff. It's not like she made a special effort to turn up for your sake...

It also seems that A-1 pictures will be animating the sequel, rather than AIC Build. Still, with the time from now until the start of the April season, the new studio has plenty of time to get to work and make sure it's just as good, if not better, than the original series. There are certainly a lot of people looking forward to it, I'm sure!

Until then, you've got more time to get your own little sister into anime and playing H-games. You know, just so you can pull of an authentic cosplay together.

[via Crunchyroll]


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