With August now half over, Sentai Filmworks is starting to fill in more details on their fall release plans. In the latest, they've listed the English dub casts for the first season of AKB0048, due September 3rd, and Campione!, due October 15th. See who's who after the jum.
Today Banpresto revealed the next line-up for its popular lottery series Ichiban Kuji featuring the 2012-2013 TV anime series AKB0048, which was based on the super popular Japanese idol group AKB48. The prize set includes the anime girls' 6.5cm tall Chibi Kyun Chara deformed figures and various character goods. Check the cute prizes after the jump!
Section 23 has scheduled collections of a number of newer titles such as AKB0048 and Queen's Blade Rebellion for September release, and along with these is the surprising inclusion of DVD and Blu-ray sets for 2004 hit Elfen Lied. Get the full details after the jump.
Earlier this month, Crunchyroll began streaming AKB0048: next stage, the second season of the anime inspired by Japan’s number one idol act, AKB48. Now, the first season of AKB0048 will be joining Crunchyoll’s catalog as well. Read on for more info!
Get ready to rock in the New Year with Sentai Filmworks’ newest acquisition: AKB0048! This epic 26 episode series is directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike (Kaleido Star, Amagami SS) and features series composition by Mari Okada (Vampire Knight, Canaan), character designs by Risa Ebata (Macross Frontier), sound director by Jin Aketagawa (Samurai Girls, Canaan) and music by Hiroshi Takaki (Tytania).
Like clockwork, Sentai Filmworks is rolling out another announcement, and this time it's the acquisition of the AKB0048 anime. The 26-episode series will be available through select digital outlets soon, with a home video release to follow later this year. Read on for more.
AKB0048 next stage kicks off 2013 on January 5, and the Satelight production has a new, brief commercial prepping everyone for the sci-fi idol continuation. Check it out after the jump!
Love idol music juggernaut AKB48 or hate them, you have to respect the complete craziness of Macross co-creator Shoji Kawamori's sci-fi version, AKB0048. Following galactic war and ecological disaster, the remnants of humanity live under a regime that has banned art and music. 48 years later, a new idol group undertakes a terrorist campaign to free the humans. Get a look at the second part after the jump.
In July the "next stage" of Shōji Kawamori's sci-fi idol anime, AKB0048, was announced for next year, but that's all we had to go on at the time. Now it looks like the pop culture saviors are set to return on January 5, 2013. More after the jump!