The July issue of Kodansha’s Nakayoshi magazine is announcing on June 3 that CLAMP’s Cardcaptor Sakura manga is inspiring a new anime project. The issue is still not revealing any other information as of now. But they have stated that more details will be announce on a later date after they have been decided.
The original manga is officially 20 years of age this year. CLAMP are also going to launch a new Cadrcaptor Sakura manga series in the magazine’s July issue, which will be a sequel to the previous one. The manga takes place right after the titular character Sakura graduates from Tomoeda Elementary School and is going to feature her in her first year of Junior High School. Sakura sees a mysteries dream, and an incident takes place.
NHK’s BS Premium began re-running the Clow Card arc of the Cardcaptor Sakura anime on April 6. Also, a book compiling the previously published illustrations shipped on March 24.
The original Cardcaptor Sakura magical girl manga series ran in Nakayoshi from May 1996 to June 2000, and Kodansha published 12 volumes of the manga from November 1996 to July 2000. It has over 12 million sold copied under its name. Tokyopop released the series in English in two editions, and Dark Horse Comics later released the series in omnibus format.
An anime series produced by Madhouse aired in Japan from April 1998 to March 2000. A film titled Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie premiered in Japan in 1999, and Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card followed in 2000. NIS America licensed the television anime in 2014 and re-released it in a Blu-ray Premium Edition and DVD Standard Edition in North America. Discotek licensed Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie, which was previously owned by Geneon, in 2013 and released it on home video the following year. Geneon released Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card on DVD in 2003 with a new dub cast.
Source: Anime News Network