It is confirmed today that Asura Shojo ~BLOOD-C Ibun~ (Asura Girl -Blood-C Side Story), an all-new live-action film inspired by the Blood-C anime series created by Production I.G and Nanase Ohkawa (CLAMP), is now in the works for a release in Japan in the early fall of 2017. Hit the jump for more details.
Japanese streaming website Niconico is planning to rebroadcast the entirety of the controversial TV anime, Blood-C. Hit the jump for the details.
Following the four main cast who already appeared in the original Blood-C anime series, the official website for the upcoming Blood-C The Last Mind has posted visuals of the seven new characters who will make their first appearances in the stage play. Check them after the jump.
The official website for Blood-C The Last Mind, the upcoming stage play adaptation of the Blood-C anime series, has posted visuals of the four main cast, including the protagonist Saya Kisaragi played by Kanon Miyahara, and message videos from them in costumes. Check the latest information after the jump.
The main cast for Blood-C The Last Mind, the upcoming stage play adaptation of the Blood-C anime series, are announced today. 18-year-old actress Kanon Miyahara, who stared in the 2014 martial arts action film High Kick Angels, will play the protagonist Saya Kisaragi. Check the latest information after the jump.
It is confirmed that a stage play adaptation of the Blood-C anime series is currently in the works for July 2015. The TV anime produced by Production I.G was aired for 12 episodes in July-September 2011, then the feature film sequel Blood-C: The Last Dark followed in June 2012. Hit the jump for more details.
Through March 10th, FUNimation is offering the Blood-C anime series and its Last Dark movie follow-up for 50% off and to prepare fans for the remarkable supernatural anime, they've put together a 60-second recap. Get a look after the jump.
FUNimation has laid out their plans for January 2013, and it looks like the start of the year is going to really suck. The anime distributor kicks things off with a collection of the CLAMP take on Production I.G's vampire franchise, Blood-C. Then, there's the first collection of Shonen Jump foodie/fighting series Toriko, Shin-chan, and some interesting non-anime releases. Get the details after the jump.