A new key visual and a new 60 second trailer have been published for Liz and the Blue Bird (Liz to Aoi Tori in Japanese, alternatively Liz und ein BlauerVogel in German), an upcoming theatrical anime film that returns to the Kitauji High School concert band club of Sound! Euphonium to examine a friendship in decline. Hit the jump to learn more.
Many of the cast members of Sound! Euphonium will reprise their roles in Liz and the Blue Bird (Liz to Aoi Tori in Japanese, alternatively Liz und ein BlauerVogel in German), an upcoming theatrical anime film that returns to Kitauji High School to tell a story about how music can bring friends together or drive them apart. Hit the jump to learn more.
On the release day of both single CDs in Japan, January 31, Lantis posted the full version music videos for the OP and ED theme songs for the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Kana Akatsuki's fantasy light novel series Violet Evergarden: "Sincerely" by TRUE and "Michishirube" by Minori Chihara. Check out the full clips and CD jacket images in two editions.
According to the box office report for the first weekend of 2018 (January 6-7), Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions the Movie: Take on Me, Kyoto Animation's latest anime film adaptation of Torako's romantic comedy light novel series ranked 6th in its opening weekend. Considering its limited release with only 72 theaters, the result can be considered significant. Check out the film's countdown illustrations after the jump!
The main staff, a new key visual, a new teaser trailer, and more story information have all been released for Liz and the Blue Bird (Liz to Aoi Tori in Japanese, alternatively Liz und ein BlauerVogel in German), the newest theatrical film that combines the talents of Naoko Yamada and Kyoto Animation and that will once again explore the turbulent teen years of two members of the Kitauji High School Concert Band Club from Sound! Euphonium. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new key visual, a new trailer, and the Japanese TV broadcast schedule have been revealed for Violet Evergarden, an upcoming TV anime based on the series of light novels written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase about a machine struggling to understand her purpose in life. Hit the jump to learn more.