The God of High School's first few episodes have already demonstrated an absurd array of fluidly animated martial arts feats, establishing the show as one of the Summer's action powerhouses. But if you've been following the career of director Sunghoo Park, then this impressive production would seem like a logical next step in a career filled with such high-octane highlights. Today let's explore the director behind this Summer's top action anime!
Heads up, GARO fans! The upcoming Gekko no Tabibito, the film sequel to Makai no Hana, has been narrowed down to a fall release date. We may have a little longer to wait, but you can check out photos from the upcoming film after the jump!
A new key visual illustrated by manga author / character designer Masakazu Katsura (Video Girl Ai, DNA²), a new trailer, additional cast members, and the official theme song performers have all been revealed for Usuzumizakura -GARO- ("Ink-gray Cherry Blossoms -GARO-"), an upcoming theatrical anime film that tells a story of the popular GARO tokusatsu / anime franchise that is set during the Heian Period. Hit the jump to learn more.
Seven new cast members are joining Masahiro Inoue in the GARO spinoff series Kaminokiba -JINGA-. The TV show will be coming out this October. Get the latest scoop after the jump!
The main staff and cast have been revealed for Usuzumizakura -GARO- ("Ink-gray Cherry Blossoms -GARO-"), an upcoming theatrical anime film that takes the GARO action / horror tokusatsu franchise and transplants it into a Heian Era setting. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Code Geass anime films weren't the only features Funimation announced this weekend. During its Sakura-Con panel, Funimation took the opportunity to reveal plans to release Assassination Classroom the Movie: 365 Days' Time and Garo: Divine Flame on home video. Read on for more.
The anime leg of the Garo franchise is coming to the big screen this year. A new website is live along with more details for what's now being called Usuzumizakura -Garo- (Gray Cherry Blossoms -Garo-), a Garo: Crimson Moon theatrical project that's set to open in Japan this fall. Read on for more.