Anime fans have a lot to look forward to in 2017.
They will be able to enjoy new titles from across the medium, including some not seen since the 1990s.
But they’ll also be treated to some familiar faces.
In particular, the anime to watch in the West is a series that will be seen in many Western countries and will also be one of the few anime that makes a profit, at least in the short term.
The anime industry is in a bit of a bind, says Andrew Miller, an analyst at research firm Euromonitor International.
The industry is struggling to find the right mix of profitable anime and original content.
Some anime creators are trying to stay ahead of this trend, such as Hidamari Sketch.
The series is a spinoff of the popular anime Hidare!
and is currently available on Hulu.
The series follows a group of high school students who have to deal with the sudden death of their mentor, who also happens to be an anthropomorphic creature called a “snarky fox.”
The series also stars the voice of a famous Japanese actor.
The show has earned $4 million in the first three months of its release, Euromonitors estimates.
But that number could rise in the coming months.
The main reason for this is the popularity of the show.
According to Euromoncers data, Hidarens snarky character is the most-viewed character in the show’s first three episodes.
It has earned about $4.5 million in revenue so far, and the show is already getting a good buzz among fans of the series.
A look at the first two episodes of Hidaran Sketch:A video showing a character called the Snarky Fox.
The animation in this series is based on a work by a famous actor, Hiroshi Mikumo, whose name is a pun on the Japanese word for “snack.”
The series also has an audience.
It is available on a variety of video streaming platforms, and it has garnered about 15 million viewers on Crunchyroll.
Its popularity has also prompted a variety in the way the series is made.
Crunchy has said it will have a new version of the first episode on Hulu in the future.