The posts did not mention the premiere date of each titles, but it is expected to premiere within this year.
Kenji Gion is a short first-year high school student. On his first day in Kanagawa Prefectural High School, he meets the tall Sumiaki Iwashimizu during a game of rugby. Kenji strikes a friendship with Sumiaki, and soon joins the rugby club. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
All Out!! is an anime adaptation of a Japanese manga series written by Shiori Amase, which is being published by Kodansha in Monthly Morning Two magazine since January 2013. The manga currently has eight (8) volumes.
The anime adaptation was directed by Kenichi Shimizu, who also worked on the popular horror anime Parasyte -the maxim-, while Free! Iwatobi Swim Club scriptwriter Masahiro Yokotani handled the scripts. Masanori Shino, who handled the animation for Black Lagoon, handled character designs, which was produced by Madhouse and TMS Entertainment.
The anime premiered in Japanese television on October 2016.
The Asterisk Wars
Invertia was a meteor storm that caused an unprecedented disaster during the 20th century. Because of this disaster, numerous cities around the world were destroyed. However, within the meteor, an unknown element called mana was discovered. It allowed human technology to make rapid strides giving rise to a new species of super-powered humans, the Star Pulse Generation (Genestella). The Festas (Star Warrior Festivals) host battles between Genestella at a city of six academies called “Rikka,” also commonly known as “Asterisk.” Scholarship student Ayato Amagiri transferred into Seidokan Academy in order to fulfill his own wish, swearing he too will fight in this city. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)
The Asterisk Wars is an anime adaptation of a Japanese light novel series, written by Yuu Miyazaki with illustrations by Okiura, which is being serialized by Media Factory under the MF Bunko J imprint since September 2012. The novel currently has 10 volumes.
The anime adaptation was directed by Kenji Sato, who worked in several Yu-Gi-Oh! anime adaptations, with supervision by Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere director Manabu Ono. Tetsuya Kawakami, who worked on the animation of Interviews with Monster Girls, handled character designs, which was produced by A-1 Pictures.
The first season premiered in Japanese television on October 2015, while the second season aired in April last year.