After reporting yesterday that the opening theme for the second season of BEASTARS would be sung by YOASOBI, the first trailer for the animalistic TV anime released today, previewing the theme "Kaibutsu (Monster)" and giving fans their first taste of what's to some for Legoshi. Go back to school after the jump!
To get fans howling for the second season of BEASTARS before it premieres in January, the English Studio Orange Twitter account unveiled season two character art for four of the returning characters and two of the freshman characters Ibuki and Pina, who are new to the second season. Get schooled after the jump!
The final chapter of the BEASTARS manga was released in Japan today and to celebrate, manga creator Paru Itagaki posted a cute visual to her Twitter account featuring Legoshi and Haru, thanking fans for 4 years of serialization in Weekly Shonen Champion. Check out the visual after the jump!
The final chapter of Paru Itagaki's BEASTARS manga series released its final chapter in the 45th edition of Weekly Shonen Champion today in Japan. Furthermore, the pseudo-prototype series BEAST COMPLEX will resume serialization in Weekly Shonen Champion from January 2021. Check out a preview of the chapter after the jump!
Great news for all you fans of anarchic ultra-violence and big, beefy dudes brawling in increasingly improbable ways: Baki: Son of Ogre (known as Baki Hanma in Japan), the third martial arts manga series by Keisuke Itagaki about a young martial arts champion facing tougher and tougher opponents in a quest to grow strong enough to defeat his father, is being adapted into a Netflix original anime. Hit the jump to learn more.
School goes back for Iruma when the second season of Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun TV anime starts broadcasting on NHK-E in April 2021. To get fans excited for what's to come, NHK Anime World released a new visual of Iruma's light and dark sides on its website, which can be seen after the jump!
Netflix loves anime about beefy dudes bashing each other to bits, and now a special collaboration visual between two of their flagship fighting anime titles features the protagonists of Kengan Ashura and Baki squaring off. Hit the jump to check it out.
June 26th marks the Japanese theatrical release of Rambo: Last Blood, the fifth and final film focusing on the character of the troubled Vietnam War veteran John Rambo being unable to escape the violence that defines his life, and to celebrate Baki author Keisuke Itagaki has illustrated a movie poster featuring his artwork of actor Sylvester Stallone portraying the iconic film character. Hit the jump to check it out.