The Japanese home video release of Ninja Slayer From Animation comes packed with enough goodies to satisfy even the pickiest shinobi. Hit the jump to learn more, YEEART!
FUNimation will be presenting the first Broadcast Dub episode of Ninja Slayer this Thursday, 5/21 @ 9:00 am CST, and ahead of this premiere of the final title of their spring Dub program's first phase, they've posted a preview. Get a look after the jump.
The final title in the phase one of the FUNimation's "Broadcast Dub" line is Ninja Slayer, set to run Thursdays at 10:00 am ET, beginning May 21. At this weekend's Anime Central convention, they previewed the cast. See who's who after the jump.
Ninja Slayer's line-up of remarkable end theme performers continues with episode six presentation of a new song by three-piece garage rock band Electric Eel, cleverly titled "Ninja Slayer!" Along with this announcement is the news that the series OST, with the 12 end themes (six of which will be revealed later) and six tracks of Shinichi Osawa background music, will be released on July 22nd. More after the jump.
Washoi! A fan-made video demonstrates how to reproduce the titular character of Ninja Slayer in origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. Hit the jump to check it out.
Following Boris' "Kilmister" and MELT-BANANA's "Halo Of Sorrow From Animation," episode four of Ninja Slayer From Animation will present Osaka-based rock band 8otto's newly written "SRKEEN" as the Trigger-produced anime's latest end theme. The four-member group is known for an unconventional configuration, in which drummer Maenosono Masaki serves as the lead localist. More after the jump.
The anticipated adaptation of "Bradley Bond and Philip Ninj@ Morzez'"s Ninja Slayer has finally arrived! While the Japanese reception to this unconventional production could charitably called "divisive, " that hasn't chilled excitement of its creators, and Trigger animator Kengo Saito (Kill La Kill's first opening) is among the staff sharing the moment. Get a look after the jump.
Ahead of next week's premiere, the official site for the Ninja Slayer From Animation adaptation has been updated yet again, with more information on the length of the series and even the runtime for each episode, along with home video release info and the story. Hit the jump for the info and a new trailer.
It's one week until the April 16th streaming debut of the adaptation of "Bradley Bond and Philip Ninj@ Morzez'"s Japanese take on the American take on Japanese sci-fi and martial arts light novel series Ninja Slayer, and Trigger animator Kengo Saito (Kill La Kill's first opening) apparently can't contain his excitement. Starting at 10 days out, he's been posting a remarkably fanservicey countdown. Check out his sketches after the jump.
Kodansha had a diverse list of manga plans to introduce at this weekend's Anime Boston convention. New licenses include the Shin Megami Tensei family Persona Q and Devil Survivor as well as Ninja Slayer Kills and cat manga from the horror manga master Junji Ito. These are joined by a special edition of Attack on Titan and return the Vinland Saga. More after the jump.
FUNimation has announced the acquisition of the streaming and home video license for Ninja Slayer, with the series form the makers of Little Witch Academia, Inferno Cop, and Kill la Kill joining their spring simulcast line-up. More after the jump.
The site for the the Trigger adaptation of "Bradley Bond and Philip Ninj@ Morzez'"s Japanese take on the American take on Japanese sci-fi and martial arts light novel series Ninja Slayer has been updated with character designs for the series' ladies, including hacker/journalist Nancy Lee, karate master/legacy ninja Yukano and high school girl/loner/origami master Yamamoto. Get a look after the jump.