The latest anime to adapt Marvel's superheroes is Future Avengers. Yuzo Sato directs the Madhouse production with the cast from Toei's Disc Wars Avengers reprising their roles (even Takehito Koyasu as Deadpool) - along with Aki Kanada, Atsushi Tamaru and Juri Kimura voice its original hero-kids and Shinya Hamazoe as a young villain. It's started incorporating Marvel's newer and newly prominent heroes. And, an early look at the upcoming episode reveals the introduction of Ms Marvel.
The main staff, the main cast, a new key visual, and the Japanese broadcast details have all been announced for Marvel Future Avengers, the latest anime featuring superheroes from the Marvel Comics universe. Hit the jump to assemble.
Manga author Yuuki Yogo recently got a bit of a bump in prominence when he illustrated Berserker Hijikata Toshizou for hit mobile RPG Fate/Grand Order's Fate/GUDAGUDA Meiji Ishin event. With the extra attention he revisited an idea that he previously played with, posting an updated edition of his Japanese take on American comics' Avengers super-hero team.
Marvel Comics has announced plans to release Avengers: Zombies Assemble by Yusaka Komiyama in North America as serialized in the mini-series Zombies Assemble. Jim Zub (Wayward, Samurai Jack) will adapt the series for its English translation, which opens with a version of the Avengers superhero team familiar to movie fans encountering the undead at the birthday party of Tony Stark/Iron Man.
No matter where you go in the world, it seems like the Avengers are a hot property. But then, so is zombie media. We're still seeing zombies popping up everywhere, no matter where you go. That's why it's not really surprising that the title Avengers: Zombies Assemble manga series is now on the Japanese version of Mangabox now. Hit the jump for more!
Following their print distribution on May 2nd, Marvel Comics has introduced its 2015 Free Comic Book Day promotional releases to digital platform Comixology today. These include FCBD 2015: Avengers #1and FCBD 2015: Secret Wars #0. The latter notably features back-up story "Attack on Avengers," a super hero crossover with Attack on Titan originally published in Tokyo-based media magazine Brutus.
Doujin and ero-manga creator Toshirou Chiba from Celluloid Acme has a pretty evident affection for strong ladies, as seen in his doujinshi parodies of Naruto, Dragon's Crown, Dorohedoro and the like. A reader of American superhero comics, he's recently illustrated a series of mashups featuring the women in that genre, mixed up with the ship girls of KanColle. Check out the results after the jump.
Following last weekends Winter Wonder Festival and their posts of the designs for the bishoujo figures based on Marvel's Lady Deadpool and DC Comics' Raven, Kotobukiya has taken to Facebook with a preview of their bishoujo line figure of The Avengers' Wasp, as well as their winter-summer 2015 catalog. Get a look after the jump.
After their recent teaser of Raven from DC Comics' Titans, it was Marvel's turn for Kotobukiya's Bishoujo teasers. Previously having showed Shunya Yamashita's designs for Avengers heroine The Wasp, they've now offered a glimpse at the figure. Shortly after that the latest pic revealed the surprising introduction of a female version of the "merc with a mouth" Deadpool to the line.
During a presentation announcing plans for their Secret Wars event comic, Marvel Comics announced plans to include the Attack on Titan and Avengers crossover as part of their 2015 Free Comic Book Day offering. The "What If" comic with Marvel's Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy superhero teams battling the Female Titan on the streets of New York was originally published in Japan's Tokyo-based pop culture magazine Brutus Issue 790.
Along with the S.H. Figuarts Chibi Usa Moon, Bandai has launched a slate of other pre-orders that includes Super Mario World Yoshi, Star Wars Meishou MOVIE REALIZATION - Ashigaru Stormtrooper, S.H. Figuarts - Darth Vader and Stormtrooper and S.H. Figuarts Avengers 2 Age of Ultron Iron Man Mark.43. Get a look after the jump.
Between November 12 and December 3, fans of the Toei produced Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers were asked to vote for their favorite anime versions of Amecomi superheroes and villains. The newly posted results have crowned Deadpool (voiced by Takehito Koyasu - Jojo's Dio,Gundam SEED's Mu La Flaga and Wing's Zechs) and Loki (voiced by Tadashi Mutou) with the winner getting special videos and wallpapers.