The official website for the trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution has posted a three-minute music video for "Get it by your hands HI-EVO MIX," an insert song for the recently released first part. Hiroshi Watanabe re-mixed his "Get it by your hands," which was originally used in the TV series. Watch the three music videos from the film after the jump!
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution 1, the first part of the trilogy films based on the 50-episode first Eureka Seven TV anime series aired in 2005-2006, was released in 107 theaters across Japan last Saturday, September 16, and ranked 8th with 63 million yen (about 565,000 US dollars) in its debut weekend. Hit the jump for more details.
Singapore's Odex has posted English subtitled trailers for a number of new anime features they will be bringing to the region, including the recently released Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya: Oath Under Snow, the first part of the Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution (scheduled for released in Japan on September 16th) and Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Reflection (coming to North American theaters from Eleven Arts this winter).
The official website for the upcoming trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution today posted an "anime edition" music video for its first part's theme song "Glory Days." The song is performed by 27-year-old singer-songwriter Hiroya Ozaki, the eldest son of the late legendary Japanese singer Yutaka Ozaki. Watch the clip including newly-revealed footage after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution today posted a three-minute "Special Guide" video clip to introduce the highlights from the first part, including newly-animated footage for the project. The first film compiles the episodes in the first half of the original TV anime and introduces the "Summer of Love" incident for the first time.
The official website for the upcoming trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution is today updated with a poster visual featuring the male protagonist Renton Thurston for its first part, and also posted a 90-second trailer for it. You can check the theme song "Glory Days" performed by 27-year-old singer-songwriter Hiroya Ozaki in the clip. Watch how the Eureka Seven world revived after the jump.
The official website for Bone's Eureka Seven anime franchise today announced that "Hi-Evolution 1," the first part of the upcoming trilogy film project Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution based on the 50-episode first TV anime series, will be released in 107 theaters across Japan on September 16, 2017. Check out more latest information after the jump!
Announced at the Anime Boston 2017 convention on April 02, 2017, the Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution anime film trilogy will be released not only in theaters in Japan but also at select venues worldwide, and the U.S. distribution of the film will be handled by Funimation. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for Bone's Eureka Seven anime franchise today revealed Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution, the three-part film project based on the 50-episode TV anime series aired from April 2005 to March 2006. The site says that it will not be a remake or a remix, and all dialogues will be reconstructed. Hit the jump for more details and a 50-second teaser.