To commemorate the February 25th DVD release of Blast of Tempest's second season, Aniplex of America has posted an interview with its director, Masahiro Ando (also Sword of the Stranger, Hanasaku Iroha, Canaan). Get a look after the jump.
Coming out of A-Kon, Aniplex of America has revealed that the first half of Blast of Tempest will be released on DVD in August, while the ufotable (Fate/zero) adaptation of Junji Ito's dead fish horror manga Gyo will be released on DVD in July. Get the details after the jump.
Artist Ren Saizaki has confirmed on Twitter that the Blast of Tempest manga will be ending in this year's April issue of Shounen GanGan, on sale March 13. This means that the main story of the 2009 super powered thriller will probably go 10 volumes. However, the team have a spin-off in the works. More after the jump.
Those looking forward to the second half of the Blast of Tempest anime can get a sneak peek thanks to a new video posted to the official website. Dig a part one recap and a part two preview after the jump.
Aniplex of America announced a few upcoming releases at its New York Comic Con panel today. The publisher will be releasing the Blast of Tempest, Sword Art Online, and Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic anime series, all of which are currently streaming on Crunchyroll. Read on for more!
In partnership with Aniplex of America, the latest addition to Crunchyroll's growing fall lineup is Blast of Tempest. The series is set to stream on Thursdays, and kicks off October 4 at 12:00 pm Pacific Time for premium members. Free members can peep the episodes a week after initial broadcast. Read on for more!