High School Fleet: The Movie has weathered a stormy production cycle and will be putting into port in Japanese theaters on January 18, 2020. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anchors aweigh! A new key visual has been published for High School Fleet: The Movie, an upcoming theatrical anime film that continues the nautical adventures of the Blue Mermaids from the 2016 original TV anime, High School Fleet. Hit the jump to check it out.
Ahoy there, fans of cute girls doing nautical things! A new teaser trailer has been released for High School Fleet: The Movie, an upcoming theatrical anime film about the continuing adventures of the Blue Mermaids, a group of high school girls who sail on the high seas. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anchors aweigh! Although its future was looking a little shaky when Production IMS went bankrupt, High School Fleet: The Movie is back on course for a Spring 2020 release with a new production studio, and now a new key visual, a new teaser trailer, and the main staff have been revealed for the film. Hit the jump to learn more.
To celebrate its third anniversary, the High School Fleet anime franchise is set to hold a special event with its nine main voice cast at Yokosuka City Culture Hall's Big Hall (capacity: 1,098) in Kanagawa Prefecture on April 14. The fictional Yokosuka Girls' Marine High School that the main girls enrolled in the anime story is located in the city. Hit the jump for more information.
Tokyo-based anime production company Production IMS filed for bankruptcy with the Tokyo District Court on September 21, then the court decided to commence bankruptcy proceedings on October 3, Tokyo Shoko Research reported today on October 11. The total amount of the company's debt was reportedly 250 million yen (about 223,000 US dollars). Hit the jump for more details.
According to the report by Tokyo Shoko Research on Monday, Tokyo-based anime production company Production IMS has started procedures to adjust its debt. While the total amount of the debt is still under investigation, an attorney who is in charge of the procedures says the company is likely to go into bankruptcy soon. Hit the jump for more details.