The first chapter of the six-part project Digimon Adventure Tri., "Saikai" (Reunion), was finally released in Japan last Saturday, November 21. In spite of its very limited release only with 10 theaters, it earned an impressive 59 million yen on 36,000 admissions in its first weekend. Hit the jump for more details.
Following last weekend's debut of Digimon Adventure Tri Part One: "Saikai" (Reunion), Natsuki Hanae (Taichi), Yoshimasa Hosaya (Yamato), Chika Sakamoto (Agumon), and Mayumi Yamaguchi (Gabumon) took the stage to announce that part two, "Ketsui" (Determination) will open its theatrical run on March 12, 2016. More after the jump.
"e-mook" is something of a complicated brand name/portmanteau. "Mook" is a term used for Japanese publications that are somewhere between a magazine and a book. An "e-mook" is then publishers Takarajimasha's term for a mook enhanced with a bonus item, like a t-shirt or towel. Bandai has teamed up with designer-made t-shirts boutique Beams for a line of Digimon Adventure Tri inspired fashion, and a special eMook will be introducing the offering.