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    Sunday July 5, 2020
  • Taro Burns Bright in Netflix ULTRAMAN Season 2 PV

    Free! star Tatsuhisa Suzuki joins the cast

    More ULTRAMAN anime is on the way to Netflix, and new characters are joining the brawl! A PV for season 2 has just been released, along with a major bit of casting news. Get the latest after the jump!

  • Live-Action One Piece Series Teases Diverse Cast

    Netflix is using Oda's own notes as a blueprint for casting

    While at this time no one from the cast has been announced for the live-action One Piece series, the Netflix account for the adaptation responded to a fans request to keep the cast diverse, teasing who may be to come. Check out what they said after the jump and how the ethnicities Oda laid out in the manga series for each of the characters fit in with the live-action series!

  • Saturday July 4, 2020
  • Baki and Kengan Ashura Square Off in Collaboration Key Visual

    That height difference, though...

    Netflix loves anime about beefy dudes bashing each other to bits, and now a special collaboration visual between two of their flagship fighting anime titles features the protagonists of Kengan Ashura and Baki squaring off. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Thursday June 25, 2020
  • Cyberpunk 2077 Taps Top-Tier TRIGGER Talent for Edgerunners Anime

    Standalone 10-episode story being directed by PROMARE's Hiroyuki Imaishi

    The Cyberpunk universe is expanding with Netflix's announcement of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, a standalone 10-episode anime from some of the best talent Studio Trigger has to offer. Read on for more.

  • 20 Studio Ghibli Anime Films Launch on Netflix in Canada Today

    From Miyazaki's early features to 2014's When Marnie Was There

    The acclaimed anime films of Studio Ghibli are available to stream in the US on HBO Max, but that doesn't mean much to folks located elsewhere. For anime fans further north, however, today marks the debut of 20 Ghibli features on Netflix in Canada. Read on for details. 

  • Animated Watercolor Version of Opening Theme for Masaaki Yuasa's 'Japan Sinks 2020' Released

    Previews the theme song 'a life' from Ryuichi Sakamoto and Taeko Onuki

    Masaaki Yuasa's next TV anime series, Japan Sinks 2020, launches on Netflix on July 9 with a worldwide release. To celebrate the release and preview the opening theme 'a life' from Ryuichi Sakamoto and Taeko Onuki, Yuasa directed a special music video of the Muto family in a more ... happier time. Watch the watercolor animation after the jump!