Flying Dog has posted the second promotional video for "Blue Field" by Trident, the ED theme song for the 2013 fall TV anime Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova-. This version fully features the three 3DCG girls' dance with the song. Check the cute PV after the jump!
Following the previous two videos, the official site for the on-going TV anime Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova- today introduced the 3rd promotional video for the three character songs by Hyuga (CV:Saki Fujita), Kirishima (Yumi Uchiyama) & Makie Osakabe (Sayri Hara), and Haruna (Hibiku Yamamura). Hit the jump for the new character songs.
Following the 1st video featuring Takao, Maya, and I-400& I-402, the official site for the on-going TV anime Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova- today posted the 2nd promotional video for the songs by another four characters; Iona, Shizuka Hazumi & Iori Watanuki, and Kongou. Check the songs after the jump.
To promote the upcoming concert "Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova- LIVE 'Blue Field'", FlyingDog has posted a music video featuring three character songs by Takao (CV: Manami Numakura), Maya (MAKO), and I-400& I-402 (Rina Hidaka&Nozomi Yamamoto) on YouTube. Check the clip after the jump.
For this season's sentient battleship sci-fi anime, Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Manami Numakura - voice of the avatar of Fog battleship Takao, Mai Fuchigami - voice of Iona submarine Iona/ I-401 and Hibiki Yamamura - voice of the battleship Haruna have teamed up to become the pop unit Trident. A short version of their annimated music video has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
The parade of new streaming anime simulcasts at Crunchyroll contines with Arpeggio of Blue Steel, based on the manga from Ark Performance. Set sail for full details after the jump!
Few fall anime are working harder for your attention that the adaptation of Ark Performance's sentient battleship sci-fi manga Arpeggio of Blue Steel. We're now getting a sixth preview for the October anime. Seiji Kishi (Angel Beats! , Persona 4 The Animation) will direct the SANZIGEN (009 Re: Cyborg , Black Rock Shooter) produced series, with Makoto Uezu (Devil Survivor 2 The Animation, The Qwaser of Stigmata) penning the scripts. Check it out after the jump.
"Savior of Song," the opening theme for this fall's sentient battleship sci-fi manga Arpeggio of Blue Steel by American born singer nano (Btoom!, Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle), featuring My First Story, is set to be released as a single on October 30th. Get a look at its music video after the jump.
They're certainly not afraid to give up a lot of looks at the fall anime adaptation of Ark Performance's sentient battleship sci-fi manga Arpeggio of Blue Steel. Seiji Kishi (Angel Beats! , Persona 4 The Animation) will direct the SANZIGEN (009 Re: Cyborg , Black Rock Shooter) produced series, with Makoto Uezu (Devil Survivor 2 The Animation, The Qwaser of Stigmata) penning the scripts. Get a look at the fifth preview after the jump.
Battle ship girls are becoming something of a rage in Japanese otaku circles. While the anthropomorphic warships of browser game Kan Colle is largely fueling the fire, Ark Performance's sentient battleship sci-fi manga Arpeggio of Blue Steel is gearing up to do its part. The manga, which is set to be released in North America by Seven Seas, becomes an anime this fall. Check out the fourth preview after the jump.
The official website for Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova-, the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Ark Performance's Sci-Fi manga Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio (Arpeggio of Blue Steel) has posted the third promotional video featuring Takao and four character key visuals. Check the clip and the new arts after the jump.
Seven Seas Entertainment has announced a trio of newly licensed military-themed manga series, each focusing on a different aspect of combat. Joining previously revealed Strike Witches, which zeroes in on aerial dogfights, is Girls und Panzer which targets terrestrial tank battles, and Arpeggio of Blue Steel, which spotlights submarine and battleship duels. All three series are slated for publication in 2014. More after the jump.