While several retailers have Eureka Seven AO coming out August 13th, FUNimation has attached an October 15th date to the English dub trailer. And with that, they've also listed the cast. See who's who after the jump.
Retailer Right Stuf has posted the preliminary listing for FUNimation's August releases, and if even half of it bears out, it could be the company's most anticipated month in a while with a lot of long awaited material, such as Future Diary the Black Lagoon OVA, Haganai and High School DxD. Get the details after the jump.
Tired of teasers? Namco Bandai has stepped up from the quick commercials for Eureka Seven: AO - The Flowers of Jungfrau with a full three minute preview of the mecha-piloting PlayStation 3 game Eureka Seven: AO Attack the Legend and OVA episode. Get a look after the jump.
Namco Bandai has posted a short but intriguing commercial for the upcoming Eureka Seven: AO - The Flowers of Jungfrau, which features mecha-piloting PlayStation 3 game Eureka Seven AO Attack the Legend and OVA bridge episode. It also teases a certain protagonist's return as a playable character. Get a look after the jump.
Details on an upcoming Eureka Seven: AO video game continue to dribble out. Via a listing in the Japanese game magazine Famitsu, it's now known that the Bandai Namco project will be heading to PlayStation 3. More after the jump.
Monday is the launching day for the new Pachinko/Pachislot machines in Japan. The most featured new machine in the morning paper and attached flyers today is Nishijin's "CR Eureka Seven Spec 2", which is based on the Eureka Seven anime series produced by Bones. Check the promotional and playing videos after the jump.
A new promo for BONES' Eureka Seven follow-up, Eureka Seven: AO (Astral Ocean), showcases an early look at the spring anime series, along with a sample of Hemenway's opening theme "Escape." Check it out after the jump.
The staff of BONES' Eureka Seven sequel, Eureka Seven: AO (Astral Ocean) has filtered out. Tomoki Kyoda is back on board to direct the follow-up to his most prominent work (unless you count Halo Legends: Prototype). Beyond that, it's not entirely business as usual in Gekkostate. More after the jump!
In a surprise annpouncement on TV last night in Japan, a sequel to the 2005 Eureka 7 TV series has been announced for broadcast in April of next year along with a companion manga to be serialized in Shonen Ace. Hit the jump for all of the details