Crunchyroll's next catalog addition is Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School. The series will be live starting this evening at 6:00pm Pacific Time. Read on for more.
Crunchyroll announced plans to simulcast the second season of March comes in like a lion! The series returns starting Saturday, October 14 at 9:30am Pacific Time. Read on for more.
Crunchyroll has more additions coming to the catalog, starting with .hack//Legend of the Twilight and Dragonaut -THE RESONANCE-. Get the skinny on territories and launch times for both after the jump.
New Zealand's writer/director/actor/artist Taika Waititi has already gained critical recognition with works like his Oscar nominated short "Two Cars, One Night" and a cult following with quirky films like horror mockumentary What We Do In the Shadows. Now, he's ready to break big with Marvel comics movie Thor: Ragnarok. Recently premiered and set to open wide November 3rd, there's talk of putting in him the proximity of Warner Bros.' long gestating adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira.
Harajuku's Area-Q us a “Entertainment Collaboration Cafe” located on the the 7th floor of Q-Plaza Harajuku and while Kino is only supposed to stay in one play for three days, they'll manage to be the Journey destination October 21-29. Get a look after the jump.
When Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux (also known as Deep Strange Journey) launches in Japan, it will be available in a 25th Anniversary Memorial Box edition. This limited edition version packs the game with six discs of music and a Shin Megami Tensei Maniacs memorial scripture, all in a special box for ¥18,144 (after tax, bringing it to about $161). Hit the jump for a preview.
Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima spent last weekend at New York Comic Con, and among the question/requests he fielded, he offered a look at NaLu's child (with some fan input). Home again, he offered something more. Get a look after the jump.
Anime director Goro Miyazaki (From Up on Poppy Hill, Ronia the Robber's Daughter) is supervising the Japanese language adaptation of Monkey King: Hero is Back (known as Xi you ji zhi da sheng gui lai in China and Saiyuki: Hero is Back in Japan), a 2015 3DCG animated film based on the Chinese literary classic, Journey to the West. Hit the jump to learn more.
The creators of the anime adaptation of horror manga master Junji Ito are looking to keep the exact content of the show a surprise until the broadcast. So, though the new visual refers to classic stories like "Tomie," "Fashion Model," "Further Tales of Oshikiri," "Souichi," "Lovesick Dead" and "Slug Girl," they aren't saying which of these or his other work will be appearing. What they have revealed is the staff involved. Get a look after the jump.
2017 was a busy year for Nitroplus and DMM Games' historic-sword-as-boys Touken Ranbu. It inspired a Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru TV anime at Doga Kobo. Then, last season, there was a Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu anime at Ufotable. While 2018 looks like it will have at least as much of the swordsmen, as they rest for the fall, some of the most popular have been awarded top spots in anime magazine Newtype's November issue character rankings.
Looking forward to Princess Principal? Head to NYC next month for a screening and an appearance by director Masaki Tachibana! He's the latest to join NYC's massive guest list. Find out more after the jump!
Fans waiting to order Ninja Nonsense from Nozomi Entertainment will have an extra month's wait, but the release still isn't that far off! The North American release of Japan's 2x2 Shinobuden will feature and English dub track and several physical/digital extras. More after the jump!
To celebrate the release of Inuyashiki, a TV anime based on the dark science fiction manga by Hiroya Oku, the official Youtube channel for Fuji TV's noitaminA programming block has released a "special collaboration preview video" that features footage from the anime series juxtaposed alongside Japanese rock band MAN WITH A MISSION performing the opening theme, "My Hero". Hit the jump to check it out.
Shiver me timbers! Voice actress Aoi Yūki has joined the cast of Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Treasure Island as a robotic parrot named Quiz. Hit the jump to learn more.