Following Kodansha Comics spring launch of the manga version of zombie relationship comedy Sankarea, FUNimation has scheduled an October 1 date for the Blu-ray DVD combo pack. Get a preview oft he English dub and see who's who after the jump.
Last week, Kodansha Comics published the first volume of zombie rom-com manga Sankarea. The think about the Japanese covers is that their bishoujo art focuses on latter part of that formula and not the former. So, the publisher has worked with author Mitsuru Hattori to colorize re-purposed interior pages and play up the manga's horror elements. Get a preview of their design for volume three after the jump.
This week, Kodansha Comics released the first volume of Mitsuru Hattori's Sankarea: Undying Love zombie rom-com manga. Meanwhile, volume eight hit Japan and a bonus for the limited edition is a set of double side bathroom posters, meaning you can hang the pics of the scantily clad girls in your WC without water damaging the decorations. Get a look after the jump.
On October 30th, Hiroshima Prefectural Police arrested a 45-year-old unemployed man on suspicion of using Share file-sharing software to upload the episodes of the TV anime series Sankarea and Eureka Seven:AO to the internet without the permission from the copyright holders. Hit the jump for more details.
FUNimation's Otakon 2012 panel just ended, and the company had plenty to announce as far as licenses and upcoming releases are concerned. License announcements kicked off with Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, and then quickly snowballed from there. One Piece, Fairy Tail, Akira, and much more past the jump!
FUNimation Entertainment announced today at Sakuracon it has acquired the broadcast, home entertainment, mobile, and streaming rights to 2 anime series: Sankarea, and Shangri-La. In addition, FUNimation has acquired the simulcasts rights for Sankarea. A brief synopsis for each show is listed after the jump.
FUNimation had a pair of new series to announce at Sakura-Con, with the broadcast, home entertainment, mobile, streaming, and simulcast rights to Sankarea, as well as the rights to the 2009 anime Shangri-La. Read on for more.
Last time we saw a clip of the Sankarea anime adaptation, it was via a quick 18-second clip. Well, consider yourselves 12 seconds richer, because a new 30-second spot is now streaming. Check it out after the jump.
We recently caught wind of the April 5 premiere date of Sankarea, the anime adaptation of Mitsuru Hattori's zombie romantic comedy manga. Now we have a brief 18-second commercial to go along with it. Peep it past the break!
The anime adaptation of Mitsuru Hattori's zombie romantic comedy manga, Sankarea, will debut on TBS April 5th, the official website reveals. Details and all the new visuals after the break!
nano.RIPE, the three person band used for many of Hanasaku Iroha's opening and ending themes, has been chosen to provide the opening song for the upcoming Sanakrea anime. More info and the video for their latest single after the jump!
We reported earlier this week on the staff of zom-rom-com (I wonder if I coined I totally didn't coin that) Sankarea, but Bessatsu Shonen Magazine's February issue has the scoop on the upcoming anime's cast. See who's who after the break!
A trailer played on the floor at Comiket 81 revealed that Studio Deen will be animating Sankarea. Head over the break for more staff details!
The TBS homepage for the anime version of Mitsuru Hattori's Sankarea manga is a little barebones at the moment, but it does have some a new visual of Rea Sanka daydreaming about being zombie. Bump the jump to check it out in full!