A new English language teaser trailer has been released for Okko's Inn, a 2018 theatrical anime film about an apprentice innkeeper dealing with ghostly guests that will receive a limited, two-day screening in some 500 U.S. cinemas in April of 2019 thanks to Fathom Events and GKIDS. Hit the jump to check it out.
GKIDS and Fathom Events are teaming up once again for two days of screenings of the 2018 theatrical anime film, Okko's Inn (known as Wakaokami wa Shogakusei! in Japan), at some 500 select U.S. cinemas on April 22 & 23, 2019. Hit the jump to learn more.
The opening theme song performer and a special preview of the opening animation have been revealed for Shoumetsu Toshi ("Annihilation City"), an upcoming TV anime based on the smart phone game by Wright Flyer Studios about a psychic girl and a lone-wolf courier trying to unravel the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of an entire city's population. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for the ongoing TV anime Boogiepop and Others based on Kouhei Kadono's Boogiepop light novel series announced on January 21 that the novel's fifth volume Boogiepop Overdrive: The King of Distortion and sixth volume Boogiepop at Dawn will also get their TV anime adaptations. Hit the jump for more information.
Idol unit SPR5 ("Supreme Five") will perform the ending theme for Shoumetsu Toshi ("Annihilation City"), an upcoming TV anime based on the smart phone game by Wright Flyer Studios about a lone-wolf courier and a girl with mysterious powers attempting to uncover the mystery when a city's population disappears. Hit the jump to learn more.
Even ghosts and spirits deserve hospitality, or at least that's the premise of the new English language teaser trailer for Okko's Inn (known in Japan as Wakaokami wa Shogakusei!), a 2018 theatrical anime film that will soon receive a limited U.S. theatrical release thanks to GKIDS. Hit the jump to check it out.
A new key visual, a new trailer, and new cast members have all been revealed for Shoumetsu Toshi ("Annihilation City"), an upcoming TV anime based on the smart phone game by Wright Flyer Studios about two unlikely people attempting to unravel the intrigue when a city's population goes missing. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Japanese broadcast schedule has been revealed for Boogiepop Doesn't Laugh (known in Japan as Boogiepop wa Warawanai), an upcoming TV anime based on the supernatural light novels written by Kouhei Kadano and illustrated by Kouji Ogata about a string of strange events and sudden disappearances that plague the teenage population of a modern Japanese city. Hit the jump to learn more.
The long-awaited third season of Chihayafuru is finally going to air next April, and we’ll once again be able to follow Chihaya on her path to the Omi Jingu Shrine, the karuta world’s most prestigious venue. Learn all about the show’s most iconic real-world location, and check out more than 75 anime to real life comparisons, right after the jump!