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    Wednesday September 1, 2021
  • GKIDS Details Future Boy Conan: THE COMPLETE SERIES Release

    Four-disc Blu-ray set featuring Hayao Miyazaki's directorial debut arrives this November

    GKIDS recently announced the license of the Future Boy Conan TV anime, which marked acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki's directorial debut back in 1978. Read on for the latest details. 

  • Thursday July 8, 2021
  • GKIDS Acquires Rights to Miyazaki Debut Series Future Boy Conan

    Series will be available for the first time in North America later this year

    Big news for fans of Hayao Miyazakai — his debut series, Future Boy Conan, will be available for the first time in North America later this year! The classic anime, beloved for years and recreated frame-for-frame in Keep Your Hands off Eizouken!, will be coming our way later this year. Get more details after the jump!

  • Monday March 22, 2021
  • FEATURE: Where Some of Anime's Most Successful Directors Got Their Start

    Let's explore how anime's greatest film directors began their animation journeys!

    Before they gained acclaim through high-profile films, even the greatest of anime directors contributed to a variety of unlikely TV shows. Today on Why It Works, let's explore the small-screen origins of some of anime's greatest stars, and see how their roots helped shape their overall destinies!

  • Monday April 27, 2020
  • Hayao Miyazaki's Future Boy Conan to be Aired instead of Postponed New Episodes of Kingdom

    Miyazaki's directorial debut work was originally aired in 1978

    NHK's Anime World website has announced that the digital remastered edition of Hayao Miyazaki-directed TV anime series Future Boy Conan will be aired on NHK General TV from May 4, 2020, as the replacement of the postponed new episodes of the Kingdom TV anime's third season. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Thursday August 25, 2016
  • Figma Of Early Hayao Miyazaki Anime "Future Boy Conan" Goes On Sale

    Poseable figure due in February 2017

    After his time at Toei, Hayao Miyazaki spent the mid-to-late 70s working at Zuiyo Eizo/Nippon Animation on projects such as World Masterpiece Theater and Future Boy Conan - a 1978 adaptation of The Incredible Tide by Alexander Key that demonstrated many of the themes with which Miyazaki would become associated. The titular hero of that series  is now being featured as a poseable figma from Max Factory and Good Smile Company.

  • Tuesday July 21, 2015
  • Nippon Animation Film Festival at Cinema Novecento in Yokohama

    Small theater screens "Future Boy Conan", other anime from original 16mm elements

    Cinema Novecento, a small theater in Yokohama, is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Nippon Animation with a film festival that includes screenings from the original 16mm film elements. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Thursday February 19, 2015
  • "Castle in the Sky" Stacking Robots

    Plus "Future Boy Conan" and "Sherlock Hound" figmas teased

    Ensky's TsumuTsumu ("stack stack") are one of a couple of lines of Japanese mini figures ready to be piled on the of geek desks and shelves (Plex's TsumiColle being another notable). And, TsumuTsumu has gotten some good licenses lately, including Nintendo and Studio Ghibli. Third in the latter offering, after Totoro and Kiki's kitties is a set of Castle in the Sky robots. Get a look after the jump.

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