It is confirmed today that 42-year-old voice actor Kenichi Suzumura, best known as Sougo Okita in Gintama and Shinn Asuka in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny, appears in the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: demi-Human sci-fi action manga series. Hit the jump for more details.
Toho Movie's official YouTube channel today posted a 50-second special "Secret Movie" clip to rapidly introduce the intense action scenes from the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's sci-fi action manga Ajin: demi-Human. In addition, the film's two stars, Takeru Sato and Go Ayano also talk about the film's highlights in the five-part interview clips.
The official website for the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: demi-Human sci-fi action manga series has confirmed that a spin-off short story featuring Izumi Shimomura, one of the female Ajins played by 22-year-old ex-AKB48 member Rina Kawaei, will be streamed on LINE LIVE early next month. Hit the jump for more details.
After teasing with a GIF video posted a week ago, the official website for the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: demi-Human sci-fi action manga series finally announced today that the protagonist Kei Nagai's IBM (Invisible Black Matter) is voiced by 34-year-old voice actor Mamoru Miyano, who previoauly played Kei in the Ajin anime series. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: demi-Human sci-fi action manga series today finally released a 90-second full trailer introducing its main cast and iconic endless die-and-revive sequences by the protagonist Kei Nagai (Takeru Sato) and the antagonist Sato (Go Ayano). Watch the latest clip after the jump!
As with the eighth and ninth volumes, the limited edition set of the next 10th volume of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: Demi-Human sci-fi action manga series will include a newly-produced anime DVD. The 3rd OAD episode will reveal the past of the series's main antagonist Sato, which has never been told in the anime series. Check the PV after the jump.
Following the first OP song "Boku wa Boku de atte," NBCUniversal Music Japan's official YouTube channel has posted a two-minute version music video for "The end of escape," the second OP song for the second cour of the Ajin TV anime, again collaborated by angela and fripSide. Check their new song after the jump!
The anime adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: Demi-Human manga is getting ready to continue on October 7, and a new commercial for season 2 shows off some more brief footage and reveals the main theme. CreepHyp, who also provided the theme for the second RIN-NE series, performs "Kōtei no Sumi ni Futari, Kaze ga Fuite Ima Nara Ieru ka na" for Ajin season 2, and you can hear a sample after the jump.
Earlier this month two-member unit angela previewed their music video for "Boku wa Boku de atte" ("Because I am me"), which marks their first collaboration with fripSide. The single will serve as the opening theme for the second season of the Ajin: Demi-Human anime, and you can hear some more of it in the continuation's latest 15-second TV spot.
The official YouTube channel for two-member unit angela has posted a short version music video and CM for "Boku wa Boku de atte" (Because I am me), their first collaboration single with fripSide. The song will be used as the OP theme for the upcoming second cour of the Ajin TV anime series to premiere on October 7. Check the clips after the jump!
The three-part theatrical anime adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: Demi-Human manga is set to come to its own original ending in a limited theatrical engagement that begins on September 23. While Japan gears up for part 3, "Shougeki" (Impact), a new 30-second commercial is here to preview the action to come along with more of Mamoru Miyano's theme song, "The Birth."
The official website for the anime adaptation project based on Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: Demi-Human sci-fi action manga announced today that the second cour of its TV anime series will premiere on MBS and TBS on October 7, then on BS-TBS on the following day, in their "Animeism" midnight programming block. Check the latest information after the jump.