In celebration of Cardcaptor Sakura‘s 20th anniversary, CLAMP has launched a new manga featuring the classic magical girl, Sakura Kinomoto, which officially serves as the sequel for their classic 90’s magical girl manga, and now, that new manga is also getting itself an anime project!
The announcement will officially be made in the pages of the upcoming July 2016 issue of Nakayoshi magazine, which also serialized the CLAMP manga back in the 90’s. Not much details about this official sequel anime has been announced so far, but do stay tuned for more details.
The manga will once again follow Sakura Kinomoto, who is now a 1st year middle school student and has graduated from Tomoeda Elementary School. However, she gets a mysterious dream, and an incident occurs. The manga is set to be serialized in the July issue of Nakayoshi, which will be out on June 3, 2016.
Previously, the magazine announced that there will be a “New Project” for the Cardcaptor Sakura franchise, but did not indicate what it will be. It was then announced that the project will in fact be a manga by CLAMP, but they were also indicating that it will not be a full series. This new manga is part of the series’ 20th anniversary.
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[NEW ANIME] New Cardcaptor Sakura manga is also getting adapted into an anime