The official website for ONE PIECE STAMPEDE, the 14th feature film to celebrate the One Piece anime series' 20th anniversary, has posted its second poster visual, along with a 60-second third teaser trailer introducing 38 characters from the pirates fleets, the Marines, and the Revolutionary Army. Check out the latest visuals after the jump!
Toei Animation has published a special promo video for Survival, a series of Korean kids comic books produced by Gomdori co. and illustrated by Hong Jong-hyun that combine science education with action-adventure to teach children about subjects like exotic environments, amazing animals, and the wonderful workings inside the human body. Hit the jump to learn more.
One week after its excellent opening in Japan, the PreCure franchise's official YouTube channel posted a credit-less full version 3DCG dance ED movie from the PreCure Miracle Universe film, including a brief dance instruction by Cure Star, the protagonist of the ongoing 16th TV series Star☆Twinkle PreCure. Let's dance with the 15 PreCure girls!
Ojamajo Doremi (known in English as Magical DoReMi) is gearing up to celebrate 20 years of magical girl antics with a newly announced original anime theatrical film entitled Majo Minarai o Sagashite ("Searching for Witch Apprentices") that will hit Japanese cinemas in 2020, and now the main staff, a new key visual, and a teaser trailer have been revealed for the film. Hit the jump to learn more.
The 26th PreCure film PreCure Miracle Universe was released in 229 theaters across japan on March 16, 2019. The 70-minute film ranked third in its opening weekend with 248,351,400 yen from the 221,579 ticket sales, which was the best opening box office gross for a PreCure film released in spring. Hit the jump for more details.
After the broadcast of the main story of Star☆Twinkle PreCure's sixth episode aired in Japan yesterday, a special version ED movie featuring the 3DCG dance ED footage from the forthcoming film PreCure Miracle Universe was introduced instead of the regular version ED. The clip is now also streamed on the PreCure franchise's official YouTube channel. Watch the 15 PreCure girls' new dance after the jump!
The official website for the ongoing sixth TV anime based on Shigeru Mizuki's horror/supernatural manga Gegege no Kitaro announced today that it will continue to its second year season with a new story arc "Jigoku no Yonshou" (The Four Generals of Hell). The new arc will begin with the anime's 50th episode to be aired in Japan on April 7, 2019. Hit the jump for more new information.