The official website for the Knights of Sidonia anime project is today updated with a 30-second teaser and a poster visual featuring the protagonist Nagate Tanikaze and heroine Shizuka Hoshijiro for the upcoming compilation film of the TV anime first season. Check the latest information after the jump.
Knights of Sidonia returns to Japanese TV's Animeism block in Spring 2015 for Battle for Planet Nine. This second season is packaged with the promise of a bit of the original sci-fi manga author Tsutomu Nihei's earlier cyber-horror series Blame!, set to appear as a show-within-a-show in the eighth episode. Check out the new preview after the jump.
With the second season of Knights of Sidonia now scheduled for Spring 2015 in Japan, a new promo offers a full preview of the upcoming Knights of Sidonia - Battle for Planet Nine. Get a look after the jump.
Early reports from the January issue of manga magazine Afternoon, on sale November 25th, are revealing that the anime adaptation of Knights of Sidonia is set to return for a March theatrical version and spring season. Also, expect a bit of author Tsutomu Nihei's earlier cyber-horror Blame! to finds its way into the production. More after the jump.
Volume four of the Knights of Sidonia sci-fi anime was recently released in Japan. Like other volumes of the series, it features bonus video footage shot from another angles, audio commentary featuring Aya Suzaki, Aki Toyosaki, and Takahiro Sakurai, and the like. This volume was also offered in a limited edition featuring a USB flash drive/page holder shaped like the arms of the series' Tsugumori mech. Get a look after the jump.
This year, the theme of Animation Festa in Tokorozawa, running July 26 to September 28, is "sky, the universe and the technology," with Vocaloid IA being featured as its image character. The event has full scale mech recreations from Last Exile:Fam The Silver, Ghost in the Shell: Arise and A Certain Magical Index. This week, it introduced a virtual reality Knights of Sidonia launch. More after the jump.
Volume three of Knights of Sidonia hits Japan on July 23rd. The release, with episodes 5 and 6, features a special video from theme song singer Angela for its limited edition, and, like the other volumes, features a commentary track ( Sadayuki Murai, Hideki Moriya, and Naoki Yoshida ), 5.1CH surround sound and video taken from new angles and unedited scenes. See some differences after the jump.
With the Knights of Sidonia anime concluding its spring run, King Records has posted the ad heralding the sci-fi anime's fall return, now scheduled for November 23rd. Get a look after the jump