CLAMP's 'Cardcaptor Sakura' Has A Big Surprise On December; Hints A New Anime Project

Fans of "Cardcaptor Sakura" anime series are anticipating the surprise project that CLAMP promises to reveal in the December issue of Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine. According to reports, CLAMP hints that the surprise is about a possible new anime project.

Last Wednesday, the magazine already gave hints about the very big news fans can expect from the magazine in their December issue. The magazine describes it as a "huge, huge, huge announcement on super big news". Reports claim that announcement could be a comeback movie for the anime and could air as early as January 21, 2017.

Details about the movie and story have not been confirmed but fans are expecting that it will be something great as this year marks the 20th anniversary of "Cardcaptor Sakura" original manga. It is yet to be confirmed too if the new anime project will hit the big screens, television or directly to video.

It can be recalled that CLAMP launched "Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Hen" manga series last June where the story features Sakura already a graduate from elementary. She is already in her junior high school and just when everything looks normal she suddenly has a mysterious dream that leads to an incident.

"Cardcaptor Sakura" started as a manga series and published in Nakayoshi from 1996 to 2000. Its story centers on the life of an elementary student, Sakura Kinomoto, who discovers she has magical powers. She accidentally frees a set of magical cards that was sealed in a book for years so she is then tasked to retrieve it all one by one or the earth suffers catastrophic events. The manga was adapted into a 70-episode anime and aired from 1998 to 2000. The anime was so successful that it also had 2 movie adaptation, video games, picture book, art book and film comics.

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