Sanrio, the creators of Helloy Kitty and numerous other cute mascot characters, are teaming up with The Great Passage, an upcoming TV anime about a team assembling a massive Japanese language dictionary, to create a new line of dictionary-based mascots known as "Jisho-tans". Hit the jump to learn more.
A new trailer for The Great Passage, a TV anime based on the novel by Shion Miura about a team of publishers and researchers assembling a massive Japanese language dictionary, is now available online. Hit the jump to check it out.
More characters have joined the cast of The Great Passage, an upcoming TV anime adaptation based on the novel by Shion Miura about a group of literary professionals compiling a massive Japanese dictionary. Hit the jump to learn more.
The main voice cast has been announced for The Great Passage (known in Japanese as Fune o Amu), an upcoming TV anime that adapts the novel by Shion Miura about a team assembling a massive Japanese language dictionary. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new key visual, new cast additions, and the Japanese broadcast details have all been released for Battery, an upcoming TV anime adapting a series of light novels about baseball by Atsuko Asano. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Atsuko Asano's junior high school baseball club-themed juvenile novel Battery has posted a 30-second second PV introducing its four additional voice cast: Yuma Fujimaki as Seiha Harada, Yuuki Ono as Shugo Kadowaki, Ryohei Kimura as Shunji Mizugaki, and Yuichiro Umehara as Kazuki Kaionji. Check the clip after the jump.
Fuji TV's Noitamina programing block has announced that immediately following the broadcast of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, the steampunk trains versus zombies series debuting April 7 from the makers of Attack on Titan, the anime will be streaming in Japan on Amazon Prime. The series will be the first in an exclusivity deal with the video streaming service. More after the jump.
The 2016 noitaminA lineup continues to expand, with a TV anime slated to adapt Atsuko Asano's Battery novels. The baseball series will premiere this July, with House of Five Leaves director Tomomi Mochizuki directing and handling scripts, while Hideoki Kusama serves as chief animation director and works on character designs based on Takako Shimura's originals. More after the jump.