Nov 13, 2016 05:46 AM EST

‘Cardcaptor Sakura 2017’ Spoilers, Latest News & Update: Remake On the Way? Story Focuses On Syaoran Finally Declaring His Love?

By Din Rose

This year, the original "Cardcaptor Sakura" manga marks its 20th anniversary, in celebration, Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine teases anime fans with a remake development. Meanwhile, story line rumors heats up the web. Apparently, the plot flow will be a junior high school remake, following Syaoran declaring his love for Sakura. 

Undoubtedly, "Cardcaptor Sakura 2017" is the most awaited shujo manga now, as the original version gain millions of fans around the world. As the most recent "Clear Card" arc manga progress, the fans can't help but speculate what can the remake offer this time.

"Cardcaptor Sakura" ends with Sakura Kinomoto graduating from Tomoeda Elementary School, and successfully capturing the 52 magical cards. Unfortunately, the anime also finishes without confirmation of Syaoran's feelings for Sakura as he goes back to Hong Kong.

According to iTechPost, this time around in "Cardcaptor Sakura 2017", Sakura Kinomoto will attend junior high school now, and finally, Syaoran will confess his feelings for her and stay in Japan for good. As she will have deeper challenges with her deck of cards as well, and a peculiar dream will trigger it all. She will soon learn a shocking revelation that would change her belief.

Though, In a report by Media Craft, it says no actual "Cardcaptor Sakura 2017" theme has been released by CLAMP yet. They are still mum regarding the plot line that the remake will follow.

However, avid "Cardcaptor Sakura" won't need to be disappointed as Anime News Network reveals, In Nakayoshi magazine recent release it announced another "Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie" which will air on January 21, 2017. In here, the plot is not yet disclosed though it may be a spinoff of the anime.

In all, there are a lot to look forward with from "Cardcaptor Sakura 2017" and "Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie". So, stay tuned for more upcoming news and updates from CLAMP and Nakayoshi Magazine.

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