KADOKAWA Corporation is coming to town for Anime Expo! The company will be making its North American debut with a booth at the event, hosting live announcements and showing world-premiere material. They'll also be welcoming anime creators and selling exclusive merchandise. Hit the jump for all the latest news!
Sentai Filmworks has announced the license of No Game, No Life Zero, the prequel movie to the hit series No Game, No Life. This theatrical release, which premieres in Japan on July 15, 2017, follows the story of the sixth entry in creator Yuu Kamiya’s light novel series. More after the jump.
Sweets Paradise is a restaurant chain that specializes in cafe buffets, plus soup and pasta, salad, noodles, flavor water and flavor syrup drinks. And, they're big on media collaborations. Adventure Time is actually one their latest. Coming up in time for the anime movie, they have a No Game No Life collaboration in the works.
Following the second PV for the film, Kadokawa's official anime YouTube channel has posted an over four-minute clip introducing the recording session of "THERE IS A REASON," the theme song for the upcoming feature film No Game No Life -Zero-, performed by 20-year-old singer Konomi Suzuki. Watch how the song was created in the studio after the jump!
The official website for the anime adaptation project based on Yu Kamiyama's fantasy light novel series No Game No Life today released a 90-second second PV for its upcoming feature film No Game No Life -Zero- introducing more scenes with dialogues and the theme song "THERE IS A REASON" performed by Kononi Suzuki. Watch the latest clip after the jump!
Previous material for the No Game No Life anime movie, set to open in Japan on July 15th, has all focused on not on Sora and Shiro but ,instead, Riku and Shuvi and a roster of similarly familiar-yet-different people from the backstory of volume 6. But now, past meets presents in a new visual, unveiled along with news that Konomi Suzuki sings theme "There is a Reason."
Kodokawa posted a 30-second new CM for Yuu Kamiya's fantasy light novel series No Game No Life on its official anime YouTube channel today, announcing that the series has printed three million copies in five years since the first volume was released in April 2012. Watch the clip narrated by Ayaka Imamura after the jump.
After the debut of a new visual, the No Game No Life anime movie opening July 15th was showcased with a new preview and set of character designs. And previously indicated along with more ambiquous visuals, it's not Sora and Shiro who will be the subject of the feature, but Riku and Shuvi and a roster of similarly familiar-yet-different people from the backstory of volume 6.