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    Saturday September 11, 2021
  • Tsuburaya Productions Cancels Event, More Details on Shin Ultraman to Be Revealed Soon

    TSUBURAYA CONVENTION 2021 was cancelled due to COVID

    Tsuburaya Productions announced yesterday that the production company has had to cancel their upcoming TSUBURAYA CONVENTION 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns. Alongside this, the official Twitter account for the upcoming Shin Ultraman film announced that more information on the film was set to be released during the event but will now be released another way. Details after the jump!

  • Wednesday August 25, 2021
  • Cloverworks and Khara Team Up for Gorgeous [email protected] Music Video

    Atsushi Nishigori returns from The Idol Master anime to direct the concept film

    Atsushi Nishigori's new "concept" music video for the [email protected] franchise delivers on a good seven minutes of pure animation goodness, set to the song "[email protected]" from THE [email protected] FIVE STARS!!!!!​, a group containing idols from the past 15 years of the franchise. Dance and sing to it after the jump!

  • Mahiro Maeda's Evangelion 3.33 Drafts Shown Off in Digest Video

    Evangelion 3.333 was released on 4K UHD Blu-ray today in Japan

    To celebrate the release of Evangelion 3.333 on 4K Ultra High-Definition Blu-ray today in Japan, the King Amusement Creative YouTube channel released a small 1 minute and 46-second sample of the 21-minute imageboard visualization by Mahiro Maeda that is released in the collection, depicting the first draft of the original Evangelion 3.0 film. Watch it after the jump!

  • Wednesday August 18, 2021
  • Evangelion 3.0+1.01 Smashes Prime Video Japan 1st-Day Viewing Records

    The theatrically popular anime film is also popular on streaming

    Last Friday saw the streaming release of Evangelion 3.0+1.01: Thrice Upon a Time around the world, delighting fans. To the delight of Amazon, the "final" Evangelion film broke streaming records domestically, becoming the most viewed 1st-day release for the platform since the service launched in Japan in 2015. More details are after the jump!

  • Thursday August 12, 2021
  • Amazon Previews New Evangelion Anime Film Dubs in Multilingual Trailer

    All of the Rebuild of Evangelion films hit Amazon Prime Video on August 13

    Ahead of the release of all the Rebuild of Evangelion films on Amazon Prime Video tomorrow, including the newest and "final" film Evangelion 3.0+1.01: Thrice Upon a Time, the streaming service released a multilingual trailer previewing the new dubs made for the service. Say goodbye to all the Evas after the jump!

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