Want your favorite anime with an extra dash of Sanrio cuteness? The Sanrio Anime Store opening next month will feature 300 different products showcasing SHOW BY ROCK!!, Fate/Grand Order, and many more. Check out some of their first items after the jump!
Life's complicated and sometimes the very worst of us find themselves fighting to save to future of the world as we know it. This is especially true in shonen anime where some villains are just too good to leave the story. By hook or by crook, these characters find their way to the side of justice and often become some of the most memorable characters in the central cast. Hit the jump to discover the top 10 greatest villains-turned-heroes in shonen anime!
Another month is coming, which means it's time for Netflix to both giveth and taketh away. The former category is of particular note this February, because it includes the arrival of the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie. Read on for more.
Has it really been ten years since Chihayafuru began? Kodansha's manga magazine BE LOVE is giving the series a massive tribute, featuring art from 33 celebrated artists! Find out more after the jump.
Two weeks after the theatrical release in Japan, Warner Brothers Japan has released two clips introducing the CGI and VFX magic behind the live-action film adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's Hagane no Renkinjutsushi/Fullmetal Alchemist manga. See how the live-action team recreated the fantasy manga world after the jump!
Voice actor Toru Ohkawa will be stepping away from the microphone for a bit to recover from an unnamed illness. We and his fans wish him all the best. Hit the jump for the full story.
To celebrate its No.1 debut in the opening weekend box office, the official website for the live-action film adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's Hagane no Renkinjutsushi/Fullmetal Alchemist manga released a 60-second new web-only trailer featuring its characters recreated in a world inspired by a nationally popular 8-bit RPG. Meet Ed and Al in the nostalgic world after the jump.
The highly anticipated live-action film adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's Hagane no Renkinjutsushi/Fullmetal Alchemist manga finally released in 341 theaters across Japan on December 1. Thanks to the absence of strong wide-release competitors, it was able to rank No.1 in its first weekend box office, but its gross was far below expectations. Hit the jump for more details.