Sekai Project, localizers/distributors of visual novels (plus some upcoming manga) have posted a preview of their new Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline. Check out the preview after the jump.
It's been a little while since a volume of Hunter x Hunter was collected, but volume 33 hits Japan on June 3 (the previous entry, Volume 32, was released in Japan in December of 2012 and in America in April of 2014). An early look at the cover shoowcases the dangerous looking current status-quo Kurapika. Get a look after the jump.
Today, MangaGamer, distributor/localizer of visual novels and more, had launched Kindred Spirits on the Roof Drama CD Vol.2, with more all-ages yuri drama. Along with selling it, they posted a preview. Get a look after the jump.
It has been confirmed that the upcoming 13th One Piece feature film, One Piece Film Gold, is set to be released on 743 screens across Japan from July 23, which is the highest number of screens ever in the Japanese film history, far surpassing the previous record of 653 marked by Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection "F" in April 2015. Hit the jump for more details.
English dub casts are been attached to a pair of June genre releases from Sentai Filmworks, with the who's who for history otome game inspired Hakuoki – Theatrical Version, Chapter 1: Wild Dance Of Kyoto and the the highly regarded, never before licensed for North America, 2007 sci-fi Den-Noh Coil (technically from Maiden Japan, but likewise distributed by Section23). Get a look after the jump.
It may be a Friday afternoon, but grab a bowl of cereal and get comfy, because we're celebrating the Saturday mornings of our youth! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces featuring big, nostalgic names from Transformers, Silverhawks, Gargoyles, Teen Titans and much more!
Lantis has posted the ninth and final Love Live! Sunshine!! character introduction movie, this time with Ai Furihata's Ruby Kurosawa, member of Aqours' extra-cute mini-unit CYaRon! and little sister of Dia. Check it out after the jump.
The Japanese broadcast schedule and new cast members have both been announced for Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru! ("There's a Problem with this Art Club!"), an upcoming TV comedy anime adaptation based on Imigimuru's manga about a dysfunctional middle school art club. Hit the jump to learn more.
A Slime King cake and some nice transforming logos are the centerpiece of the latest Dragon Quest Heroes II trailer, which spends most of its running time celebrating the series' 30th anniversary. Join in on the party along with DQ Heroes II voice talent Mirai Moriyama, Emi Takei, and Takayuki Yamada after the jump.
An early look at next week's issue of Shonen Jump has revealed that Hiroki Yasumoto (Sword Art Online's Agil, Hōzuki no Reitetsu's Hōzuki, Hetalia's Germany) will be voicing Fall Classic competior Subaru Mimasaka Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma: The Second Plate, summer 2016's sequel to Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma. More after the jump.
NIS America announced plans to bring horror game Yomawari: Night Alone to PS Vita and Steam in the west this October. A physical and digital release will launch on PS Vita in North America on October 25, followed by Europe on October 28, and the worldwide Steam release is set for October 25. More after the jump.
Movie site Collider is reporting that their sources have told them that Rosa Salazar has been cast as the lead in the live-action adaptation of manga Battle Angel Alita. Salazar was previously reported in contention for the role along with Maika Monroe, who starred in It Follows and will appear in this summer's Independence Day: Resurgence and Zendaya, the Disney Channel star of K.C. Undercover. More after the jump.
The release of Sadako vs. Kayako is just around the corner, and the monster mash-up horror movie is teaming up with Sanrio's Hello Kitty characters for a creepy-cute promotional campaign. Hit the jump to learn more.
Coming along for the Dragon Quest 30th anniversary ride today is news that Dragon Quest Builders is coming to the west. An October release is planned for both North America and Europe on PlayStation 4 (physically and digitally) and PS Vita (digitally). Hit the jump for more.
While Space Patrol Luluco prepares to wrap up its third season this week with episode 9, the single of ending "Pipo "Pipo Password" by TeddyLoid feat. Bonjour Suzuki has been scheduled for a June 22nd release. Trigger patron spirit of justice, Inferno Cop stepped in to hype this with a look at how the anime's end was filmed.