After over a decade, the Full Metal Panic! anime finally gets a new sequel in Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory. Exciting as this new project to a classic series may be, Invisible Victory ventures into territory that may leave fans of certain aspects of the show surprised. What should everyone expect? Click the jump to find out!
The official website for 37-year-old voice actress/singer Minori Chihara has posted a two-minute music video for her 25th single song "Remained dream," which is featured as a special ED theme for Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory, the ongoing fourth TV anime adaption based on Shoji Gatoh's light novel series. Listen to her clear singing voice after the jump!
Japanese toy/figure manufacture Kotobukiya today revealed its new 1/60 scale plastic model of "Plan-1055 Belial," Leonard Testarossa's personal Arm Slave in Shoji Gatoh's Full Metal Panic! light novel series, for a September 2018 release in Japan. Check out the details of the series' strongest enemy after the jump!
A couple days ago we posted the second full promo for Full Metal Panic! Fight: Who Dares Wins. The strategy-RPG is due out in Japan and Southeast Asia on May 31, and thanks to the latter territories we now have an English-subtitled version of the latest trailer.
One of next month's big anime-based game releases is Full Metal Panic! Fight: Who Dares Wins. The strategy-RPG is coming to PS4 in Japan and Southeast Asia on May 31, and you can see more gameplay and event scenes in the second full promo after the jump.
For its TV premiere in Japan, the official Twitter for Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory, the fourth TV anime adaption based on Shoji Gatoh's light novel series, has been posting special countdown illustrations by its staff. Today on April 13, the last one featuring the male protagonist Sousuke Sagara drawn by the novel illustrator Shikidouji is posted, along with a simple word, "Tonight."
Ten days before its premiere on Japanese TV, Kadokawa's official anime YouTube channel posted a four-minute full music video for "Even...if," the OP theme song for the TV anime Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory. Both the OP and the ED song "yes" are performed by 35-year-old singer-songwriter Tamaru Yamada. Watch the clip featuring her and the footage from the upcoming anime after the jump.
In addition to today's simulcast news, Crunchyroll and Funimation have teamed up once again to bring more titles to the Crunchyroll anime catalog. Read on for launch details and more!
The wait is over! The official website for Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory, the new TV anime adaption project based on Shoji Gatoh's Full Metal Panic! light novel series, confirmed today that the fourth TV anime is set to premiere on AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, BS11, and AbemaTV on April 13. Hit the jump for more details.