Recipients of the North America comic industry's prestigious Eisner Awards were announced last night at San Diego Comic Con. Hayao Miyazaki was inducted into its Hall of Fame along with Alan Moore, Dennis O’Neil and Bernie Wrightson. Rumiko Takahashi was also nominated. The Mysterious Underground Men by Osamu Tezuka, released by PictureBox was recognized with Best U.S. Edition of International Material—Asia. More after the jump.
The U.S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 271 artists and executives, including animator Hayao Miyazaki and producer/Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki, to join the organization. Meanwhile, Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame has inducted author and screenwriter Leigh Brackett, artist Frank Frazetta, film director Stanley Kubrick, writer and animator Hayao Miyazaki, and author Olaf Stapledon. More after the jump.
Walt Disney Japan has announced that the "Hayao Miyazaki Works" Blu-ray and DVD collection has been delayed from a planned June 18 release to July 2 so that the 1995 Chage & Aska animated music video "On Your Mark" can be removed. The move was prompted by the drug possession arrest of the singer/song writer duo's Aska. More after the jump.
As reported, the digital remaster edition of Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro, Hayao Miyazaki's first feature film released in 1979, is to hit theaters across Japan from May 9, after 35 years since its theatrical release. Check the trailer comparing the classic and remastered visuals after the jump.
The digital re-master edition of Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro, Hayao Miyazaki's first feature film released in 1979, is to hit theaters across Japan from May 9. The film is often chosen as one of the greatest anime films of all time. Hit the jump for more information.
Imagine a world in which Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro was more along the lines of Dragon Ball Z. What if Princess Mononoke disrupted nature with the gotta catch 'em all attitude of Pokémon? College Humor's latest short shows what it would be like if Miyazaki films were any other type of anime after the jump.