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    Monday June 13, 2016
  • Anime Expo to Host "FLCL 2" Panel with Series Creator and Haruko Voice Actress

    Panel will be held Sunday, July 3 at 5:15pm

    All has more or less been quiet on the FLCL front since the sequel seasons were first announced, but that's going to change during this year's Anime Expo. Production I.G will be on hand with vice president/producer Maki Terashima-Furuta, who will be hosting an FLCL 2 panel with Adult Swim's Jason DeMarco, FLCL creator and director Kazuya Tsurumaki, and Haruka voice actress Mayumi Shintani. Hit the jump for more.

  • Thursday March 24, 2016
  • Adult Swim Orders New Seasons of "FLCL" Anime

    Two new seasons are set to premiere starting in late 2017/early 2018 on Adult Swim

    Turner’s Adult Swim has announced the production of sequels to 2000 OVA FLCL. Back for the new season is FLCL series creator Kazuya Tsurumaki, serving as supervisor with director Katsuyuki Motohiro (Psycho-Pass) and character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (Neon Genesis Evangelion) on the Production I.G anime. Also joining this season is writer Hideto Iwai (Last Dinner). More after the jump.

  • Monday August 31, 2015
  • Production I.G Mentions Possibility of "FLCL" Remake

    I.G acquired original rights to 2000-2001 OVA

    Production I.G has announced acquisition of original rights to FLCL, the 2000-2001 wild coming of age OVA from the company, Gainax and King Records. The August 28th announcement notes the six-episode series' international popularity and the exposure from its dubbed broadcast, before indicating I.G's plans to take advantage of the acquired rights, with the possibility of a remake mentioned.

  • Wednesday June 17, 2015
  • FEATURE: Shane-nanigans - On Hype Backlash: Kinda-Sorta Gainax Edition

    Sometimes it's cool to hate what's popular, and popular to hate what's cool! BUT WHY!?!

    Everyone's entitled to their own opinion on an anime or manga, that much is certain. But sometimes, wild-eyed individuals appear to strike back against a series whose positive qualities are almost universally acknowledged. They bare the standard of "Hype Backlash", and today, Shane's taking a deeper look at five different (sorta) Gainax titles in hopes of better understanding this odd breed of media fan. Hit the jump and check it out!

  • Thursday May 1, 2014
  • Gainax Shares "FLCL" Guest Art

    Happy 14th anniversary FLCL!

    Happy 14th anniversary FLCL! Possibly timed to commemorate the OVA's April 26, 2000 release, Gainax's May site welcome and limited poster art is Mamimi Samejima illustrated by guest LENA [A-7] . The game company illustrator comments that he's dreamed of doing official art for Gainax since junior high school. Get a look after the jump.

  • Wednesday February 26, 2014
  • Anime Favorites as Golden Book Covers

    "FLCL," "Attack on Titan" and "Death Note" as Golden Book Manga covers... You know, for kids

    Graphic designer Matt Reedy set himself up with the interesting challenge of taking anime that is too violent (Attack on Titan), too morally tangled (Death Note) and too wound up in adolescent confusion (FLCL) and repackaging it in the trade dress of Little Golden Books... You know, for kids. Check out the results after the jump.

  • Sunday September 29, 2013
  • "FLCL" Returns to Toonami in October Line-up Changes

    "Cowboy Bebop" takes a break, with "Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex" taking its break as of October 19th

    Racing anime IGPX will be doubling up on October 19th for it's finale, to be replaced by FLCL replaces the next week. The line-up will be receive a further refresh with some titles leaving and others returning. Get the details after the jump.

  • Tuesday February 19, 2013
  • VIDEO: Short But Sweet "Madoka Magica" vs "FLCL" Stop Motion

    KatsuhonoProduction shares a fun bit of one-off work

    KatsuhonoProduction, the people being the "Gundam Style" parody from before "Gangnam Style" reached total ubiquity, are back, showing a one-off bit of stop motion work. This one features figma Tomoe Mami from Madoka Magica squaring off against RIOBONE Canti from FLCL in a short, but amusing confrontation. Check it out after the jump.