A-1 Pictures has presented a special poster for Space Brothers #0, set to be displayed in Japanese theaters starting this weekend ahead of the anime movie's August 9th debut. The feature, newly written by the original manga creator Chuya Koyama, promises to explore the origin of the astronaut dreams of Mutta and Hibito Nanba. Get a look after the jump.
Space Brothers manga author Chuya Koyama is set to explore origin of the astronaut dreams of Mutta and Hibito Nanba in anime movie Space Brothers #0. Ahead of the feature's August 9th premiere, the producers are paying tribute to today's 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin's Apollo 11 moon landing. Get a look after the jump.
As always, I was able to find some flyers for the upcoming anime films and live-action film adaptations of popular manga series, which are mainly scheduled to be released in Japan in the second half of 2014, at my nearest cinema complex yesterday. Check the latest flyer collection after the jump.
There are certain items you can find at Japanese drugstores that are so ingenious that you'd wish they were available at drugstores outside of Japan. When a product like that is also promoted by an anime, it's an even easier sell for me! Watch Mutta and Hibito from Space Brothers promote the Kao Megurhythm Steam Hot Eye Mask after the jump!
Somehow, in the middle of all our news mongering, we forgot to mention the upcoming Real Escape Game Escape from the Moon Base inspired by the Space Brothers anime and manga. We make up for lost time with more info, and details on a new contest you can enter, after the jump!
Space Brothers manga author Chuya Koyama is set to explore origin of the astronaut dreams of Mutta and Hibito Nanba in anime movie Space Brothers #0. The manga has been on hiatus while Koyama has worked on the feature's screenplay, and now with the movie announced, he's illustrated a visual to reveal its August 9th premiere date. Get a look after the jump.
It is officially confirmed that the feature film of the Space Brothers anime series is scheduled to be released in summer 2014, while the TV anime based on Chuya Koyama's popular manga series is still airing in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.