Warner Brothers Japan has posted a short version music video for 28-year-old voice actress/singer Yuka Iguchi's 7th single "Lostorage." The song will be featured as the OP theme for the upcoming TV anime Lostorage incited WIXOSS to premiere in Japan on October 7. Check her new MV filmed in Shanghai, China, and its behind-the-scenes footage after the jump!
Makoto Shinkai's Kimi no Na wa./your name continues to dominate the Japanese weekend box office in its fifth week, easily getting ahead of its competitors, including acclaimed director Clint Eastwood's latest work Sully. Now its has become the 7th most successful Japanese film in history. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for Kadokawa's monthly four-panel manga magazine Comic Cune announced today that a TV anime adaptation of Tarabagani's slice-of-life manga Nyanko Days is in the works. The news was also revealed on the cover of the magazine's newest November 2016 issue published today in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the 15th single song "Tempest" last Friday, the official YouTube channel for 33-year-old popular anime voice actor Mamoru Miyano has also posted a short version music video for his 16th single song "The Birth." Both singles are set to be released simultaneously on October 12. Check his new video after the jump!
Sentai Filmworks added one of the fall season's anticipated anime with the license of Uta no☆Prince-sama Legend Star. The fourth season is set for an October 2 broadcast premiere in Japan, and Sentai will be bringing it to select digital outlets soon, with a home video release to follow. Read on for more.
The special edition release of the 9th manga volume of Udon no Kuni no Kin-iro Kemari, a heart-warming manga by Nodoka Shinomaru that is being adapted into a TV anime that begins broadcasting in October of 2016, will come packaged with an original audio drama CD as a bonus. Hit the jump to learn more.
The fun of fall anime annoucements is just starting to kick into gear here at Crunchyroll, and the next title set to debut soon is KAIJU GIRLS, featuring characters inspired by Japan’s ultra-awesome Ultraman series. Read on for full details!
The series' Twitter account has published a preview of the fall anime adaptation of Yūki Shikawa's Bernard-jō Iwaku. (Miss Bernard said...). The series follows the exploits of Sawako Machida, who calls herself "Barnard-jou/Miss Bernard" as she routinely visits her school library to learn the classics through osmosis. Check it out after the jump.
Japanese translator Frog-kun explores how our favorite anime, manga, and light novels are translated into English. What is lost in translation? More importantly, what is found in translation? This week, Frog-kun looks at the Your Lie in April dub and finds a lot to like. Hit the jump to read more!
Sorry. Still no sign of a Himouto! Umaru-chan anime season two, or even a new OVA. At this rate, we'll never find out who voices Hikari Kongō! But, for the time being, we can park those ambitions and let Umaru be Umaru as series author Sankaku Head provided some tribute art of the character in full-hamster mode enjoying her cake. Check it out after the jump.
Alt-audience anime block Noitamina is back to manga for its source material in winter 2017 with Scum's Wish in winter and light novels with Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend. Flat in spring. That comes after two seasons of novel adaptations: summer's adaptation of Atsuko Asano's baseball novels Battery, then fall's adaptation of Shion Miura's novel The Great Passage. Get a look after the jump.
A new fighter will be joining the roster of the Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game in Japan as part of a September 28 update, and this one hails from the cast of Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix shared a trailer showing a bit of Ace in action, so you can see how he plays after the jump.
New information about the Japanese broadcast schedule and the opening and ending themes for Soul Buster, an upcoming TV anime adaptation based on the Romance of the Three Kingdoms-inspired manhua by Bai Mao, is now available online. Hit the jump to learn more.
Professional voice actors and real life husband-and-wife couple Koichi Yamadera and Rie Tanaka are joining the cast of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K., an ongoing TV anime adaptation based on the humorous psychic gag manga by Shūichi Asō. Hit the jump to learn more.
Crunchyroll announced another fall 2016 simulcast show just now with the addition of Nyanbo!. The cute series kicks off today, September 26, at 3:15pm Pacific Time. Read on for more.