Crunchyroll has declared February to be Square Enix Manga Month, so get ready to see new volumes appearing every Wednesday as Crunchyroll gets caught up with the Square Enix manga catalog. The fun starts today with volume 11 of Arakawa Under the Bridge and volume 6 of Cuticle Detective Inaba. More after the jump.
Three Square Enix manga titles that you might know from anime adaptations are now available online at Crunchyroll Manga. Announced at New York Comic Con, these comedies include Midori Endō's 2011 Gugure! Kokkuri-san, Hikaru Nakamura's 2004-2014 Arakawa Under the Bridge and Mochi's 2008 Cuticle Detective Inaba. Get the details after the jump.
NIS America has good news for Akiyuki Shinbo/Shaft completists and fans of absurd gag comedies. Arakawa Under the Bridge x Bridge, the second season of the adaptation of Hikaru Nakamura look at the exploits of the denizens that reside below the Arakawa bridge, will be available for purchase across North America on April 29. More after the jump.
Nakamura Hikaru, the original author of Arakawa Under The Bridge and Saint Young Men was working on her illustration work, but initially decided to scrap them since they were not the main characters in her main work. To the fan's great surprise, she decided to post them on her Twitter account! The illustrations are of supporting characters from Saint Young Men and some others handling their smartphones. See them after the jump!
Crunchyroll is adding more anime to its growing catalog of titles, and today 1/29, both seasons of Arakawa Under the Bridge will be available for viewing! More details after the jump!
Arakawa Under the Bridge has been adapted into two seasons of anime, a live-action TV drama, and now a movie. In honor of the film's February 4th premiere, Cinema Today presents an interview with the village 's chief. Check it out after the jump.
Hikaru Nakamura's absurdist comedy manga Arakawa Under the Bridge has been adapted into two seasons of anime, a TV drama, and now, a live-action movie scheduled for Spring 2012. Check out the trailer and cast pics after the jump.
Hikaru Nakamura's (Saint Young Men) Arakawa Under the Bridge is the story of an insistently self reliant young man who is saved from drowning by a sweatsuit clad, self proclaimed Venusian named Nino. She then introduces his to the other, odd residents of the Arakawa river bank. It's weird in manga. The two seasons of its Shaft (Maria Holic, Madoka Magica) produced anime adaptation are weird. And, the life action TV drama adaptation looks very weird. Trailer after the jump.
NIS America—who are still relatively new to the anime distribution game, known more for publishing Nippon Ichi Software's cult-favorite games like the Disgaea series—have added two new series to their anime lineup: Katanagatari and Arakawa Under the Bridge.