Crunchyroll snuck in a few more announcements, starting with the addition of Mushishi: The Next Passage part 2. The continuation kicks off for premium members on October 18 (that's today!) at 11:00am Pacific Time, with free members able to watch one week later. Hit the jump for more.
With Mushi-shi set to return for the second half of "The Next Chapter" on October 18th, the series' site has been refreshed, and, along with that, more large scale promotion is running with a large signboard at Japan Railway's Shinjuku station. Get a look after the jump.
Following the spring season and summer special, Mushi-shi Zoku Shou returns October 18th for the second half of Animation Studio Artland's latest adaptation of Yuki Urushibara's acclaimed manga. Get a look after the jump.
This past weekend's Otakuthon convention in Québec saw a few new announcements for Crunchyroll, bundled with some further details on previously announced shows. First up, there's another Super Robot Wars series joining the lineup, with Super Robot Wars OG: Divine Wars set to debut on Friday, August 29 at 3:00pm Pacific Time. Read on for more.
Prior to the Mushishi: Zoku-Shō anime's fall return, the series is back for a special adaptation of Tokubetsu-hen: Odoro no Michi (The Thicket Path)on August 20th. Leading into the debut, character designs for Satoshi Mikami's (Samurai Flamenco's Akira Kanno, Japanese dubs for many Benedict Cumberbatch roles) Kumado have been posted along with Ai Kobayashi's returning Tanyu. Get a look after the jump.
Prior to the Mushishi: Zoku-Shō anime's fall return, the series is back for a special adaptation of Tokubetsu-hen: Odoro no Michi (The Thicket Path) on August 20th. Get a look at the new commercial after the jump.
The Mushishi: Zoku-Shō anime is ending its spring run and preparing to return in the fall, but it looks like some green shoots will be springing up before October. Along with a new visual, the series' site offers the news that the two-part "Thicket Path," which slipped from this season, will be broadcast in August. More after the jump.
Aniplex of America Inc. has announced at their industry panel at Anime Boston that they have acquired four highly-anticipated titles for this upcoming spring season. These titles are MEKAKUCITY ACTORS, The irregular at magic high school a.k.a “Mahouka,” Nanana’s Buried Treasure and MUSHI-SHI (sequel series). More after the jump.
With today's MUSHI-SHI special episode anime came news that the adaptation of the award winning manga is coming back in a new TV anime this April. More after the jump.
Acclaimed supernatural series Mushi-shi returns to anime in an hour special, scheduled to air January 4th, 2014. Director Hiroshi Nagahama, who mentioned planning a "secret project," and character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi return with newcomers Rio Sasaki and Yuuna Watanabe voicing roles. Get a look at thew new preview after the jump.
A one-hour Mushi-shi anime special is now scheduled to air January 4th, 2014 on Tokyo MX. Director Hiroshi Nagahama, who mentioned planning a "secret project," and character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi are confirmed to be on the anime. More after the jump.
Appearing at last fall's Ficzone in Granada, Spain, director Hiroshi Nagahama and animator Koichiro Sohtome mentioned that they were planning a "secret project," with less than subtle hints that a new Mushi-shi anime could be in the works. Now, the original Yuki Urushibara manga is returning for a special installment, and there's more "secret project" talk. More after the jump.
Director Hiroshi Nagahama ( Detroit Metal City) and animator Koichiro Sohtome (Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho) previously worked together on acclaimed anime Now and Then, Here and There and the Tokyo Anime Award winning adaptation of Mushi-shi. Nagahama is currently attached to the adaptation of Shūzō Oshimi's manga Flowers of Evil, and he's keeping extra busy with a new Sohtome collaboration. More after the jump.