During his Q&A panel held during Otakon, director Shinichiro Watanabe took the wraps off of one of the worst -kept secrets in anime when he officially announced his latest project in Space Dandy, being handled by animation studio BONES. The series will be a far-future science fiction comedy and will reunite him with key staff from Cowboy Bebop. Hit the jump for all of the details.
This August's Otakon 20 is getting a very special guest in the form of director, screenwriter, and music producer Shinichiro Watanabe, best known for directing 1998's Cowboy Bebop. Read on for more.
During his appearance at MCM London Comic Con 2013, Red Carpet News TV had the opportunity to speak with anime director Shinichiro Watanabe. The conversation covered his popular Cowboy Bebop, recent Kids on the Slope and upcoming sci-fi comedy. Get a look after the jump.
In interviews with Spanish anime sites Deculture.es and koi-nya.net at Granada's Ficzone, anime director Shinichiro Watanabe revealed that he's attached to plans for two upcoming anime series from Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door's BONES and Kids on the Slope's MAPPA. More after the jump.
Staff for the spring anime Sakamichi no Apollo has been announced and fans of Cowboy Bebop should hold on to their knocks. Hit the jump for the promotional video and details!
Netflix's streaming service had added the chambara scratch classic Samurai Champloo and less than classic, but still memorable mecha versus bugs Blue Gender. Hulu has added, or rotated in, a slew of new streaming anime from the highly recommendable Macross Plus to the far less highly regarded Sword for Truth. Details after the jump.
The 10th annual AniFest in Teplice, Czech Republic will be hosting anime director Shinichiro Watanabe and his musical collaberator on Cowboy Bebop and Macross Plus, Yoko Kanno.