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    Thursday December 22, 2016
  • New Release Schedule for "GANGSTA." DVD/Blu-ray 3rd to 6th Volumes Confirmed

    Newly-recorded special drama CDs will be also bundled

    The official website for the TV anime adaptation of Kohske's action manga series GANGSTA. has revealed a new release schedule for its 3rd to 6th DVD/Blu-ray. After releasing the first two discs, the release has been stopped due to its production company Manglobe's bankruptcy in November 2015. Hit the jump for more details and a 90-second PV.

  • Friday November 13, 2015
  • VIDEO: Production of "Genocidal Organ" to be Continued by New Studio

    Shuko Murase still serves as the director, but its release plan is unknown

    The official website for the Project Itoh today announced that temporally suspended production of Genocidal Organ, one of the three films based on Project Itoh's sci-fi novels, will be continued by newly-established Geno Studio. Hit the jump for more details and an announcement video for the production relaunch.

  • Thursday November 12, 2015
  • Manglobe's Total Indebtedness Increases to 544 Million Yen

    Release schedule of the "Genocidal Organ" film is still uncertain

    On November 4, Tokyo-based anime production company Manglobe received a decision of the commencement of bankruptcy proceedings from Tokyo District Court. It is also confirmed that its total indebtedness was increased to 544.5 million yen from the initially reported over 350 million yen. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Thursday October 1, 2015
  • VIDEO: Project Itoh Anime Movies Shuffled Following Manglobe Bankruptcy

    "Harmony" to take November 13th "Genocidal Organ" slot

    This fall, a trio of anime movie adaptations of the works of Satoshi Itō, a sci-fi novelist who wrote under the name Project Itoh, and who passed away in 2009 at age 34, were scheduled to open in Japanese theaters, including the WIT Studio adaptation of Empire of Corpses on October 2nd, then Manglobe's Genocidal Organ on November 13 and Studio 4°C's Harmony December 4th. This week's Manglobe bankruptcy has forced a change in those plans.

  • Anime Production Company Manglobe Bankruptcy Confirmed

    Total indebtedness is over 350 million yen

    Several Japanese media have confirmed that Tokyo-based anime production company Manglobe had already stopped business by September 29 and is getting ready to file bankruptcy to the Tokyo District Court. Check the latest news after the jump.