Manga author Yuuki Yogo recently got a bit of a bump in prominence when he illustrated Berserker Hijikata Toshizou for hit mobile RPG Fate/Grand Order's Fate/GUDAGUDA Meiji Ishin event. With the extra attention he revisited an idea that he previously played with, posting an updated edition of his Japanese take on American comics' Avengers super-hero team.
Yesterday we posted about an upcoming Hunter x Hunter x Monster Hunter XX collaboration (so many Xs!), but please believe Capcom has way more in store. A new series of promos are here to prepare everyone for crossovers with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Okami, Garo, and Strider.
Square Enix announced another collaboration during the recent Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn FanFest in Tokyo, and this one is set to bring in some style from late-night tokusatsu series Garo. The collaboration celebrates the upcoming debut of Garo's Zero: Dragon Blood series, and will include armor, mounts, and weapons. Read on for more.
ZERO -DRAGON BLOOD- is a new tokusatsu mini-series spun off from the live-action GARO franchise, where supernatural superheroes battle a universe of demons and darkness, and is set to debut soon on Japanese TV. Watch the new preview, complete with English subs, after the jump!
This week, Funimation was looking ahead to a few of its Q1 2017 releases. Garo: Crimson Moon, the second anime tie-in to the mature tokusatsu franchise, will have a new English dub in January. Then, Doga Kobo's anime tie-in to the Luck & Logic multi-media franchise, will have a new English dub in March. See who's who after the jump.
Today, the stars of mature tokusatsu series Garo gathered for a 2016 celebration, streamed on Niconco. Along with Garo Zero: Dragon Blood, coming in January with Rei Fujita, upcoming plans include Garo -Kaminokiba- and Garo -Tsukiniji no Tabibito-, with a new anime series. More after the jump.
Before it was a MAPPA anime series, Golden Knight Garo was a more mature version of Power Rangers/Kamen Rider style tokusatsu, airing on late-night TV. Speaking at the Monsterama fantasy and horror convention in Atlanta, Georgia, Kraken Releasing’s Matt Greenfield announced that the company is now planning on releasing the first installment in North America. More after the jump.
Sayaka Sasaki returns to the Garo anime for "Howlite," the end theme for the mature tokusatsu series' latest spin-off, Divine Flame. The feature opens in Japan on May 21st. Director Yuichiro Hayashi and script writer Yasuko Kobayashi are back at MAPPA, along with Daisuke Namikawa as Leon Lewis, Katsuhito Nomura as Alfonso San Valiante, Kenyuu Horiuchi as Herman Lewis, Romi Park as Emma Gusman, and JAM Project on the opening theme.