Masaaki Yuasa's next TV anime series, Japan Sinks 2020, launches on Netflix on July 9 with a worldwide release. To celebrate the release and preview the opening theme 'a life' from Ryuichi Sakamoto and Taeko Onuki, Yuasa directed a special music video of the Muto family in a more ... happier time. Watch the watercolor animation after the jump!
Netflix Japan has started streaming a 100-second OP movie for the upcoming web anime Nippon Chinbotsu 2020 / Japan Sinks 2020 featuring its theme song "a life" written by veteran singer-songwriter Taeko Ohnuki and composed by internationally acclaimed artist Ryuichi Sakamoto (The Last Emperor, The Revenant). Check out the special collaboration song after the jump!
In honor of the recent anniversary of the original manga, let's look at Devilman's legacy, the spin-offs and sequels, and the most recent incarnation, Devilman Crybaby. Read for more devil action after the jump!
With the prestigious Annecy International Film Festival being limited to an online-only showcase this year due to COVID-19, it was thought that many forthcoming projects would not get the exposure that many animation projects typically rely on through the hundreds of screenings that make up the animation festival. However, this year the organizers behgind Annecy have made it a point to screen every film online to every virtual attendee, and Masaaki Yuasa's INU-OH is no exception. Read on for the details.
Netflix Japan has started streaming a 110-second main trailer for Nippon Chinbotsu 2020 / Japan Sinks 2020, the forthcoming web anime series based on Sakyo Komatsu's 1973 bestseller sci-fi novel Nippon Chinbotsu / Japan Sinks, showing how the catastrophic disaster hits Japan and ordinary Japanese people face the cruel situation. Check out the latest clip after the jump!
Good news for fans of touching romance: Ride Your Wave, the 2019 theatrical anime film directed by Masaaki Yuasa and animated by Science Saru about a young couple falling in love only for their lives to be sidelined by tragedy, is coming to U.S. home video and select digital outlets from GKIDS and Shout! Factory in August of 2020. Hit the jump to learn more.