In 2017, a new Blue Exorcist TV anime will be adapting Kyoto Impure King Arc of Kazue Kato's Jump SQ supernatural action manga. Appropriate to the setting, the project is being promoted at this weekend's Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair 2016 with a display, plus Capital Candy sets. Get a look after the jump.
From August 5 to 14, a third stage play based on Kazue Kato's Blue Exorcist, titled "Kyoto Guren-hen," ran at Zepp Blue Theater Roppongi in Tokyo. Now that that's over, the cast has had a bit of fun, paying tribute to the leads' father. Get a look after the jump.
Following up on the earlier leak that revealed the second season of the TV anime adaptation, the first official details have been confirmed for the Kyoto Impure King Arc of Blue Exorcist. Hit the jump for the details and announcement trailer
More information has leaked concerning the 2017 TV anime adaptation of Blue Exorcist, which promises to present an adaptation of the Kyoto Impure King Arc. While A-1 Pictures remains the studio in charge, Deadman Wonderland's Koichi Hatsumi will direct instead of the 2011 series' Tensai Okamura. More after the jump.
Blue Exorcist volume 17 is set to be released in Japan on July 4th, along with the August issue of home manga magazine Jump Square. At the same time, author Kazue Kato will be at LA's Anime Expo. And, the mystery timer on the series' anime website will run out. Well, thanks to an early look at what's being published, the reveal has leaked. In 2017, Blue Exorcist is returning in a new TV anime.
Blue Exorcist volume 17 is set to be released in Japan on July 4th. At the same time, author Kazue Kato will be at LA's Anime Expo. And, the mystery timer on the series' anime website will run out. Kato hasn't offered much of a hint of what's going on, but she has posted a teaser with a suggestion that fans pay attention for more. Get a look after the jump.
Viz Media announced plans to bring Blue Exorcist creator Kazue Kato to this year's Anime Expo, marking the first North American appearance for the manga author. The event will be held July 1-4 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and Kato will take part in panels and signings over the course of the long weekend. Hit the jump for more.