Earlier this week, to curb the boredom children might feel being stuck at home due to the coronavirus, the companies that publish Weekly Shonen Jump and Weekly Shonen Sunday announced that their back issues from 2020 would be released online. To add to that, now, Japanese cable anime TV channels Animax and Kids Station announced that they would be available for free to everyone in Japan until March 27. More details after the jump!
As cases of coronavirus rise in Japan, more events and appearances get canceled or limited in the country. Today, multimedia company Bushiroad canceled all hosted events up until March 18, the ANIMAX MUSIX NEXTAGE was canceled and the 14th Annual Seiyu Awards, scheduled for March 7, would be limiting attendance, with the after-show reception canceled. More details after the jump.
The official Twitter for the ongoing TV anime Akanesasu Shojo/The Girl in Twilight has posted a new key visual featuring its protagonist girl Asuka Tsuchimiya newly drawn by original character designer Masakazu Katsura. He is best known for his internationally popular manga series Video Girl, DNA², I''s, and his character design works for the Tiger & Bunny anime series. Check out his latest art after the jump.
In addition to the TV anime, the Akanesasu Shojo/The Girl in Twilight project plans to offer a simulation game app for Android and iOS. The game's official website has started streaming a 80-second PV to introduce its system and original character Nagi voiced by Maaya Sakamoto. Meet the game-only character after the jump!
Animax anniversary project Akanesasu Shojo is shining brighter than ever, with a new 3-minute PV and 13 cast additions. Get the scoop, and watch the new footage, after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming TV anime Akanesasu Shojo (Girl Glowing Redl) announced today that it is set to premiere on Animax, Tokyo MX, Yomiuri TV, and ANIMAX on PlayStation on October 1, 2018. The original anime is produced as the 20th anniversary title for the anime satellite television network. Hit the jump for more information.
Just a day after releasing the key visual for their 20th anniversary series, Animax has come out with its first PV! Get your first look at the magical Akanesasu Shojo after the jump.
Animax Broadcast Japan revealed a key visual, five main voice cast, and OP/ED theme song artists for its anime satellite television network Animax's 20th anniversary title Akanesasu Shojo (Glowing Red Girl). Its TV anime is set to premiere on Animax, ANIMAX on PlayStation®, and terrestrial stations across Japan in October 2018. Check out the latest information after the jump!