The main staff and cast have been revealed for Usuzumizakura -GARO- ("Ink-gray Cherry Blossoms -GARO-"), an upcoming theatrical anime film that takes the GARO action / horror tokusatsu franchise and transplants it into a Heian Era setting. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Code Geass anime films weren't the only features Funimation announced this weekend. During its Sakura-Con panel, Funimation took the opportunity to reveal plans to release Assassination Classroom the Movie: 365 Days' Time and Garo: Divine Flame on home video. Read on for more.
The anime leg of the Garo franchise is coming to the big screen this year. A new website is live along with more details for what's now being called Usuzumizakura -Garo- (Gray Cherry Blossoms -Garo-), a Garo: Crimson Moon theatrical project that's set to open in Japan this fall. Read on for more.
GARO -VANISHING LINE- is getting ready to return for a second helping on January 12, so the official website updated with a new visual to hype it up. Check out Sword and the rest of the gang looking pumped up for the continuation after the jump.
As Garo: Vanishing Line prepares to continue into the winter season, new themes have been announced for the supernatural action series' second cour. Shuuhei Kita (Natsume's Book of Friends) is on opening "Howling Sword" with Chihiro Yonekura (Gundam 08th MS Team) on ending "Promise." More after the jump.
It wouldn't be mature-audience tokusatsu series Garo without a crowded pipeline of new projects. Before this season's Garo: Vanishing Line anime, there was 2015 Garo: Crimson Moon. 2014 TV anime Garo: The Carved Seal of Flames got 2016 movie Divine Flame. Now, in the latest slate of projects, there's a Crimson Moon movie in the works. More after the jump.