Welcome to the June 2022 anime home video solicitations for the United States and Canada. And though the word “solicitations” might sound boring, it’s actually very exciting, because it means there’s a whole mess of new anime announced that you’ll probably want to add to your shelf!
BEM ~BECOME HUMAN~, a 2020 theatrical anime film which continues to the story of the 2019 BEM TV anime (which is itself a reboot of the Yokai Ningen Bem TV series from the 1960's), is currently playing in theaters in Japan, and to drum up additional interest for the film, the official Youtube channel for the series has published a "climax PV" featuring some of the most action-packed scenes and dramatic developments from the film. Hit the jump to check it out.
Even humanoid monsters want a happy family life complete with a house with a white picket fence in the suburbs, or at least that's the set-up for a special promotional clip from the upcoming BEM ~BECOME HUMAN~ theatrical anime film, a movie which continues the story of the 2019 BEM TV anime, which itself was a reboot of the 1968-1969 Yokai Ningen BEM ("Humanoid Monster BEM") TV anime. Hit the jump to learn more.
Let's get caught up with this week's anime news! Hit the jump to see what's been happening in the industry.
A dark new trailer and a new key visual have been published for BEM ~BECOME HUMAN~, an upcoming theatrical anime film that continues the story of the 2019 BEM TV anime. Hit the jump to learn more.
31-year-old Toshiya Miyata, a member of Johnny & Associates' boy idol group Kis-My-Ft2, makes a guest voice appearance in BEM ~BECOME HUMAN~, the forthcoming feature film based on the 2019 TV anime series BEM. He is cast as the main character Bem's best friend Burgess, and this is his first anime voice acting role. Check out his message of excitement after the jump!
BEM ~BECOME HUMAN~, a feature film based on the 2019 TV anime series BEM, is now in the works for a release in the fall of 2020 in Japan. Instead of the TV series' LandQ Studios, Production I.G (Ghost in The Shell, PSYCHO-PASS) newly works on anime production. Hit the jump for more information including a teaser trailer.
The official website for 39-year-old voice actress/singer Maaya Sakamoto has posted a 100-second music video for her 30h single song "Uchu no Kioku" (The memory of the space) to be released on July 24, 2019. It is set to be featured as the OP theme for the summer 2019 TV anime BEM, in which she is also cast as "a mysterious lady." Check out her brand new video after the jump!