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    Tuesday May 13, 2014
  • "Broken Blade" Manga Gets 3 Million Print Run in Total

    The anime series has pushed the sales of the manga

    COMIC Meteor has reported in the recent advertisement that Yunosuke Yoshinaga's sci-fi/action manga Broken Blade (original Japanese title: Break Blade) got 3 million print run with the latest 13th tankobon volume which was released in Japan yesterday on May 12. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Saturday March 29, 2014
  • VIDEO: "Broken Blade" TV Edit Ver. OP Song PV by Sayaka Sasaki

    Her 8th single "Junction heart" will be released on April 23

    A short version promotional video for "Junction heart," 31-year-old singer Sayaka Sasaki's 8th single, is now online. The song will be featured as the OP theme for the upcoming 12-episode Broken Blade TV anime series, the re-edited version of the six-part film series released from May 2010 to March 2011. Check the song after the jump.

  • Friday October 19, 2012
  • Crunchyroll Adds "Broken Blade" Anime to Catalog

    Begins Tomorrow, 10/20, at 5pm Pacific Time

    The curtain drops on this week’s whiplash round of new additions to the back catalog of anime at Crunchyroll with Broken Blade! More info after the jump!

  • Friday November 11, 2011
  • Section23 Announces February Anime Releases

    Mecha Movie Series "Broken Blade" Collected

    Home video distributor Section23 Films announced its February slate of releases today, including Broken Blade. The heavy metal mecha action series will be released on both DVD & Blu-Ray by Section23 client Sentai Filmworks. Check out the full list after the jump.

  • Monday October 10, 2011

    First installment streams in October, home video release in 2012

  • Sentai Filmworks Licenses "Broken Blade" Anime

    Streams on The Anime Network in October, DVD/Blu-Ray in 2012

    Sentai Filmworks has announced its latest anime acquisition, Broken Blade, a series of animated films based on the manga by Yunosuke Yoshinaga (Rampage). The series—helmed by Chief Director Tetsuro Amino (Macross 7Shiki) and Director Nobuyoshi Habara (DNAngelNegima!)—spans six 50-minute installments. Hit the jump for more!