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    Thursday October 15, 2020
  • Hiroshi Kamiya, Hiroyuki Kagura, Yu Shimamura Join Bungo Stray Dogs' Spin-off Gag Anime "Wan!"

    Toshihiro Kikuchi (Dropkick on My Devil!)-directed spin-off comedy is set for January 2021

    The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of the Bungo Stray Dogs franchise's official spin-off gag manga Bungo Stray Dogs Wan! has revealed three new character visuals and their voice cast - Hiroshi Kamiya as Rampo Edogawa, Hiroyuki Kagura as Kenji Miyazawa, and Yu Shimamura as Akiko Yosano. All three reprise their roles in the original anime series. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Wednesday September 30, 2020
  • Bungo Stray Dogs' Spin-off Gag Anime "Wan!" Set for January 2021

    All of the original main voice cast members reprise their roles

    Three months after the initial announcement in June, it is confirmed today that the TV anime adaptation of the Bungo Stray Dogs franchise's official spin-off gag manga Bungo Stray Dogs Wan! illustrated by Neko Kanai is set to premiere in Japan in January 2021. Check out the teaser visual and more information including staff and VAs after the jump!

  • Sunday September 13, 2020
  • Azur Lane: Bisoku Zensin! Spin-Off Anime Teaser PV Announces January 2021 Premiere

    Masato Jinbo (Super HxEros) serves director at Yostar Pictures / studio CANDY BOX

    The official website and Twitter for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of the spin-off four-panel manga Azur Lane Bisoku Zensin! inspired by the internationally popular smartphone game Azur Lane have opened, and posted a teaser PV to announce its premiere in Japan in January 2021. See the ship girls' peaceful everyday life after the jump!

  • Tuesday August 11, 2020
  • Meet High School Girl Bela in Humanoid Monster Bela Live-Action Film Trailer

    Win Morisaki (Ready Player One): "I felt a lot of pressure because this is the series with a long history."

    The official website for Youkai Ningen Bela, a live-action spin-off film to the cult classic anime in the 1960s, Youkai Ningen Bem / Humanoid Monster Bem, has posted an 80-second full trailer for a release in Japan on September 11, 2020. The clip begins with Bela's dialogue, "I never want to be human." Check out how the Humanoid Monster world is recreated in live-action after the jump.

  • Friday June 19, 2020
  • Bungo Stray Dogs Spin-off Gag Manga "Wan!" to Get TV Anime Adaptation

    Kafka Asagiri: "I'm as happy as when the main manga based on my story got an anime adaptation."

    As notified yesterday as "the important announcement," the official Twitter for the Bungo Stray Dogs anime franchise revealed today that a TV anime adaptation of its official spin-off gag manga series Bungo Stray Dogs Wan! illustrated by Neko Kanai is in the works. Hit the jump for the messages from the three creators.

  • Thursday June 11, 2020
  • Humanoid Monster Bem Gets Live-Action Spin-Off Film Focusing on High School Girl Bela

    Tsutomu Hanabusa (Kakegurui, Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!) is attached to direct

    Youkai Ningen Bela, a live-action spin-off film to the cult classic anime in the 1960s, Youkai Ningen Bem / Humanoid Monster Bem, is set to be released in Japan on September 11, 2020. As the title suggests, it focuses on one of the three protagonists, Bela, who is a high school girl in the film's story. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Saturday June 6, 2020
  • 44th Super Sentai Kiramager Gets Spin-off Short Anime Inspired by Japanese Folklore

    The first episode is narrated by Kenichi Suzumura (Mashin Fire)

    The official YouTube channel dedicated to Toei's tokusatsu series, "Toei Tokusatsu YouTube Official" will start streaming an original spin-off short anime titled "Mashin Mukashi Banashi Gekijyou" (Mashin Old Tale Theater) from the ongoing 44th Super Sentai series Mashin Sentai Kiramager for free from 10:00 am on June 7 (JST). Learn more after the jump.