Anime will be joining the live-action superhero fray with an daptation of Tiger & Bunny, announced at the Sunrise panel at this weekend's New York Comic Con. Hollywood vet Ron Howard will produce the Imagine Entertainment production. with director and writer to be announced later. More after the jump.
Shortly after the final performance of "The Sound of Tiger & Bunny" concert series in Yokohama on September 20, 2015, the official Tiger & Bunny Twitter account posted a Tweet that has lead some fans to speculate that more Tiger & Bunny animation might be coming at some point in the future. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tiger & Bunny is still as popular as it was when it aired in 2011, and last year’s film Tiger & Bunny The Movie - The Rising - is a strong indicator that there’s still demand out there for the series. With that in mind, Animate stores all over Japan are going to release a special plush line of the protagonists of the film for about 620 yen apiece. Hit the jump to see the plushies!
The official website for the Tiger & Bunny anime series has posted a key visual for the upcoming live concert event "The Sound of Tiger & Bunny" to be held at Pacifico Yokohama (Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama) on September 19 and 20 as the fourth anniversary of the series. Check details of the event after the jump.
Yoshihiro Ike, the composer who created the music for the Tiger & Bunny TV series and films, will be conducting a pair of concerts in September entitled "The Sound of Tiger & Bunny". Hit the jump to learn more.
Do you think the Free! anime is only for female audiences? The anime also attracts a fair amount of male fans and the mangaka of Tiger & Bunny for Miracle Jump in Hiroshi Ueda is one of them. He picked up watching the anime on July 3rd after just watching the first episode and finished all the episodes by the following day. A new spate of awesome Free! character drawings and then some came as a result of his binge watching. See them all after the jump!
The official site for the Tiger & Bunny anime films announced today on May 13 that its second film Tiger & Bunny: The Rising will be streamed only once for free on Bandai Channel's live stream site Minna de Stream at 22:00 on May 24 (JST), six weeks before the release of the Blu-ray/DVD in Japan. Hit the jump for more information.