Hang on to your hats! The flood gates from the Crunchyroll-Funimation partnership have opened again as a batch of new titles join the CR catalog of anime, including Overlord, Last Exile, Freezing, Death Parade, and Season Three of High School DxD BorN. Read on for full details!
Udon Entertainment had a slate of licenses to announce at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con that included their first prose novel, Street Fighter. The book is written by Takashi Yano (Naruto: Itachi's Story, Naruto: Shikamaru's Story), with art by One-Punch Man's Yuusuke Murate. Their latest manga license is Dragon's Crown, yuztan's adaptation of the Vanillaware/Atlus game. More after the jump.
The finale of Seven Seas' week of manga licenses was Dall-Young Lim and Kwang-Hyun Kim's Freezing manga, inspiration for the 2011 and 2013 anime series. Volume 1 of the frequently requested title is planned for June. More after the jump.
FREEing has lined up the early months of 2015 with new statues from their 1/4th scale line sure to fill the shelves and empty the wallets of bishoujo figure fans. Nyarko-san's crawling chaos is joined by sub girl I-168 from KanColle, the introduction of the girls of Freezing and more of Infinite Stratos' cast. Get a look after the jump.
A new promo offers a 90-second look at the follow up to the 2011 adaptation of Freezing, along with the new Vibration season's theme from Watamote opening singer Konomi Suzuki. Check it out after the jump.
Dall-Young Lim (Black God) and Kwang-Hyun Kim's Freezing busty action series is on tap to for a new anime, with this fall's "Vibration" second season planned as a follow up to the 2011 TV series. Get a look at the new promo promo after the jump.
Dall-Young Lim (Black God) and Kwang-Hyun Kim's Freezing is another of the busty action series on tap to for a new anime, with the "Vibration" second season planned as a follow up to the 2011 TV series. Get a look at the new visual after the jump.
This weekend's Anime Content Expo should offer a good look at the second anime adaptation of busty young woman populated action series Freezing, but in the meantime, home manga magazine Comic Valkyrie has posted a banner revealing that the upcoming production will be called Freezing: Vibration. Get a look after the jump.
Volume 18 of Dall-Young Lim (Black God) and Kwang-Hyun Kim's Freezing is packaged with the announcement that the busty young woman populated action manga from seinen magazine Comic Valkyrie is set to be adapted into a second anime. The previous anime TV series aired in 2011. More after the jump.
FUNimation has a diverse range of anime planned for August, with the start of One Piece's fourth season, the debuts of Shangri-La and Freezing and the return of Shakugan no Shana along with mature sci-fi Ergo Proxy and Texhnolyze. Get the details after the jump.