With the new Shaman King TV anime reboot continuing into October, a brand new opening theme will start for the episode with none other than Nana Mizuki performing "Get up! Shout!" for the adaptation of Hiroyuki Takei's manga series. Today, a new trailer for the series was released featuring for the upcoming cour featuring the new theme song, which can be seen after the jump!
The Tokyo Olympics start tomorrow in Japan after a year delay, and with the sports event taking up a lot of the broadcast time on Japanese TV, more and more anime series' which are currently airing are seeing their broadcasts delayed. The latest show to get the move is the rebooted Shaman King TV anime, which will see its next episode air on August 12. More details after the jump.
Ken Wakui's manga series Tokyo Revengers is flying off shelves in Japan if the shelves in this scenario are digital because the official Twitter account for the series revealed yesterday that the manga has printed (physically) and sold (digitally) over 32 million copies! Ride past the jump to learn more!
The NHK Anime World Twitter account revealed yesterday that all the prime-time anime that is currently being shown on NHK and NHK-E in Japan will "likely" be getting postponed due to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. This includes the previously reported on Love Live! Superstar!! and Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun. More details after the jump.
As the story of To Your Eternity goes on, the cast members for the series get larger and larger, with five new cast members announced today alongside their character art. The five characters will appear for the first time during episode 13 of the Yoshitoki Oima-created anime adaptation. Check out the new characters after the jump!
When the Tokyo Revengers manga its last milestone in early June, Mantan Web looked at why the series was exploding in popularity, releasing an exposé on why the series was reaching a new audience. Though just as the article was released, the official Twitter account of the manga series revealed that the Tokyo Revengers manga had broken yet another milestone! Learn more after the jump!
The creator of the Fruits Basket manga, alongside the TV anime staff, celebrated the ending of the TV anime by thanking fans and releasing some heartwarming illustrations, with the staff of the anime series creating a video showcasing their shikishi and the time we spent with the Somas. Check them all out after the jump (and maybe bring some tissues!)