The winter season's first Torne rankings are in, and an old favorite still leads the list. Which of January's new releases were the most popular among Japanese viewers according to Sony? See the top ten listing after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming two-part live-action film adaptation of Chika Umino's Sangatsu no Lion/March Comes in Like a Lion shogi-themed manga today posted a new version 90-second full trailer featuring the two theme songs performed by Boku no Lyric no Bouyomi and Sakura Fujiwara. Check the songs after the jump.
March comes in like a lion is one of this season’s most visually striking shows, so it’s hardly surprising that I’m taking another look at the show in this week’s installment of Anime vs. Real Life. How does Shaft’s distinctive visual style influence the real-life locations featured in the show? Find out after the jump!
Four-member Japanese rock band Bump of Chicken has posted a 90-second "TV size" anime music video for their latest song "Answer" on their official YouTube channel. The song has been used as the OP theme for the ongoing TV anime March comes in like a lion, and the clip is edited by the anime's production company Shaft. Check the video after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming two-part live-action film Sangatsu no Lion/March Comes in Like a Lion today posted a 90-second full trailer introducing all the main charcaters. And it was recently confirmed that Harunobu Nikaidou is played by Shota Sometani (Shinichi Izumi in Parasyte) with special make-up effects. Check the latest clip after the jump.
As the 22 episode run of the anime adaptation of Chika Umino's acclaimed March Comes In Like A Lion prepares for January 2017's second cour, the series' new opening and anime performers have been introduced. YUKI, the Judy and Mary vocalist who previously sung the themes to the adaptation of Umino's Honey and Clover, is on opening "Sayonara Bystander." More after the jump.
March comes in like a lion offers a unique and satisfying blend of strong character writing and goofy slice of life. It also happens to be centered on a shogi master, who's a little worse at teaching than playing. Today we'll explore the finer points of Rei's attempt to teach others his art!