Going into San Diego Comic Con, TOKYOPOP announced today an exclusive partnership with Artention Films Corp and TencentHoldings Ltd. to bring the Chinese digital manhua Bloodivores to the new digital comics platform POP Comics along with upcoming eBook editions on Kindle, iBookstore and more.
Free viewing alert! Crunchyroll’s YouTube channel is handing out a bonus this week in the form of the first three episodes of Bloodivores, the anime based on Bai Xiao's popular webcomic. Read on for full details and embedded videos!
Japanese translator Kim Morrissy explores how our favorite anime, manga, and light novels are translated into English. What is lost in translation? More importantly, what is found in translation? This week, Kim explains the background of the Chinese animation company Haoliners, and highlights the three shows they're co-producing this Fall. Click through to read more!
We've shown off maps of the US, Canada, and Australia, and now it's Europe's turn! Our latest map shows the most popular current-season anime in each of Europe's countries--did your favorite make the list? Hit the jump to find out!
Crunchyroll's fall 2016 simulcast announcements continue with the addition of Bloodivores. Based on Bai Xiao's popular webcomic, the series officially debuts October 1 at 6:30am Pacific Time (Saturday). Read on for more.
An official website opened today for Bloodivores, an upcoming co-production between Japan and China that has Emon animation brand Haoliners producing the adaptation of Bai Xiao's popular webcomic. The comic runs on Tencent's online comic portal, and the TV anime is set to run for 12 episodes on Tokyo MX starting October 1. Read on for more.