Still waiting...

The Pierrot Studios produced, in my opinion, a few of the greatest anime ever. "Naruto" and "Bleach" are enough to say but also "Tokyo Ghoul", "Kingdom", "Beelzebub"... In the Fall 2014 season they released one of my favorite anime. AKATSUKI NO YONA or YONA OF THE DAWN.

Now, the anime ends with the 47 chapter of the manga. And although I am reading the still airing manga (currently on chapter 108) I want more of the anime. And I am 100% sure that I am not the only one! 
And now comes the bad news. There is still no announcement for season two. Nothing! Pierrot is really keeping us on tenterhooks here! While others are celebrating about the new seasons of their favorite anime I have to sit here reading the manga that has some pages still written in Japanese. "Not for use", pff...This story about a princess that goes trough one of the greatest character developments really deserves a second season. It has so many unanswered questions, so many secrets, so many things and fights that are yet to come. This can't just end like this. The last 13 Naruto episodes for example are nothing but fillers (Now this deserves a blog post).Instead of making all those Naruto fillers, why not make a new Yona season? But nooo...

There is a great website called When Will that instantly shares the announcements to new TV premiers. Anime too. Akatsuki no Yona is currently on the 7th place of the "Most Anticipated" anime releases while the first three are, as follows: Tokyo Ghoul, Sword Art Online and High School DxD.    

I hope Pierrot will make up their mind soon, because I don't want to wait much longer. College, adulthood and other crazy stuff is coming so...I think you get what I am trying to say.  

-Your AnimeGirl- 


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