Toei has posted a two-minute special dance music video for "Tadashii Mahou no Tsukaikata (The Correct Way to Use Magic)," the theme song of the upcoming feature film Maho Girls PreCure! The Movie: Miracle Transformation! Cure Mofurun!, featuring Cure Magical and many Mofuruns drawn in full CG animation. Check their cute dance after the jump!
Toei Animation's official YouTube channel today posted a new 60-second preview for its upcoming original anime film Pop In Q featuring apprehensive monologues by the five 15-year-old protagonist girls that deliver their bemusement, bluff, anxiety, fear, conflict, and a little hope in the springtime. Check the latest information after the jump.
Three new cast members have been announced for Pop in Q, an upcoming original theatrical anime fantasy film that celebrates the 60th anniversary of Toei Animation. Hit the jump to learn more.
In conjunction with film director Tomoyasu Murata, Toei Animation is launching a project on Japanese crowdfunding website Makuake to produce a 3 minute pilot for a stop-motion animation adaptation of The Animal Family, a classic 1965 children's novel written by Randall Jarrell and illustrated by Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are). Hit the jump to learn more.
A new trailer is now available online for Pop in Q, an upcoming original theatrical anime film that celebrates the 60th anniversary of Toei Animation. Hit the jump to check it out.
The official website for the six-part anime film project Digimon Adventure tri. today posted a poster visual for the next fourth part "Soushitsu (Loss), featuring Sora Takenouchi with her partner digimon Piyomon's ultimate form Hououmon, alongside Taichi Yagami and Yamato Ishida. Check more information after the jump.
It was confirmed yesterday that Mayu Watanabe, a 22-year-old member of Japanese girl idol group AKB48, will make a guest voice appearance in the upcoming 38th episode of the Mahou Tsukai PreCure!/Maho Girls PreCure! TV anime to be aired on October 23. Hit the jump for more details.
Both pro-wrestling and anime are real, so it's really no surprise that the hero of Tiger Mask W, Toei's currently airing TV anime about a masked wrestler, appeared at New Japan Pro Wrestling's "King of Pro Wrestling" event which took place earlier today at the Ryougoku Sumo Hall in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
Toei Animation's official YouTube channel has posted a new 15-second CM for Tiger Mask W, its upcoming TV anime inspired by Ikki Kajiwara and Naoki Tsuji's Tiger Mask manga series, and a special video message from a New Japan Pro-Wrestling wrestler Togi Makabe who voices himself in the anime. Check the latest clips after the jump!