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    Friday June 5, 2020
  • The Soul Still Burns: A Look Back at PROMARE

    As the movie celebrates its 1-year anniversary, Crunchyroll reviews Studio TRIGGER's first theatrical anime film

    PROMARE, the inaugural theatrical anime film from director Hiroyuki Imaishi and Studio TRIGGER, celebrated its 1-year anniversary in May, and to celebrate we've got a mildly spoilerific review of the GKIDS release of the film. Hit the jump to quench the burning within your firefighter's soul.

  • Monday March 23, 2020
  • Goro Taniguchi's New Original Anime Back Arrow Announces 2021 Premiere, New Key Visual

    Shinobu Ohtaka (Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic manga) provides the original character designs

    Along with a new key visual featuring its four main characters, the official website for Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, ID-0)'s upcoming original TV anime Back Arrow has announced that it is set to premiere in Japan in 2021. Check out the latest information including the main staff and VA list after the jump.

  • Thursday January 23, 2020
  • PROMARE All-Night Event Includes Kill la Kill, Gurren Lagann Screenings

    It's an Imaishi/Nakashima-thon to celebrate PROMARE's Blu-ray/DVD launch

    In just a little over a week, fans of director Hiroyuki Imaishi and writer Kazuki Nakashima's work will be able to soak in some of their biggest hits all night long. Read on for more about the PROMARE event!

  • Saturday December 28, 2019
  • Goro Taniguchi Directs Original TV Anime Back Arrow

    Kazuki Nakashima is writing, with Yuki Kaji in the voice cast

    A new original anime is on the way from director Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass) and writer Kazuki Nakashima (Kill la KillGurren Lagann). A teaser and visual have been revealed for Back Arrow, so read on for more.

  • Friday July 15, 2011
  • 10 New Anime Series Added to Netflix Streaming

    'Cause You Can Never Have Too Much Anime

    Netflix's streaming service has added 10 new anime series to its offering, including Hero Tales - based on the manga by Fullmetal Alchemist creator Hiromu Arakawa, Oh! Edo Rocket - based on a stage play by Gurren Lagann writer Kazuki Nakashima and Moeyo Ken, based on a game with with designs by the legendary Rumiko Takahashi.  More after the jump.