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    Wednesday October 30, 2019
  • Winner Takes All in KAIJI: FINAL GAME Live-Action Film Trailer

    Actor Tatsuya Fujiwara plays gambler Kaiji Ito in new film co-written by manga author Nobuyuki Fukumoto

    Everything is on the line and the stakes have never been higher in a new trailer for KAIJI: FINAL GAME, an upcoming live-action film that brings the Kaiji film series (based on the gambling manga by Nobuyuki Fukumoto) to a close with some of the most diabolical life-and-death games yet. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Monday September 30, 2019
  • Belldandy Tries Out For a Black Company in Bizarre Manga Cross-Over

    "Oh My Goddess!" meets "Mr. TONEGAWA Middle Management Blues" in latest issue of "Weekly Young Magazine"

    Did you know that there's an entire Oh My Goddess! spin-off manga (entitled Oh My Job Hunting Goddess!) about Belldandy trying to find a job to help out the finances of the Morisato family? Well, there is, and in the latest issue of Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine, Belldandy interviews for a position with the infamous Teiai Group in a comic cross-over with Mr. TONEGAWA Middle Management Blues! Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Thursday August 15, 2019
  • Gambler Struggles to Survive in Kaiji: Final Game Live-Action Film

    Tatsuya Fujiwara reprises his role as the suffering pariah in new film co-written by Nobuyuki Fukumoto

    A new trailer has been revealed for Kaiji: Final Game, the third live-action film adaptation based on the manga by Nobuyuki Fukumoto about a down-on-his-luck gambler who becomes embroiled in a series of deadly games for the amusement of corrupt elites. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Sunday June 9, 2019
  • Stagefright Astounds in Magical Sempai TV Anime Trailer

    Adaptation based on gag manga by Azu hits Japanese TV and Crunchyroll in Summer of 2019

    Abracadabra! Prepare for some hocus pocus, because there's a new preview video for Magical Sempai (known as Tejina Senpai in Japan), an upcoming TV anime based on the gag manga by Azu about a high school girl whose dreams of being a stage magician are hindered by her extreme clumsiness and stagefright. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Monday April 15, 2019
  • Voice Actress Minori Suzuki Performs ED Theme for Tejina Senpai TV Anime

    Adaptation based on Azu's manga about a clueless girl illusionist hits Japanese airwaves in July of 2019

    Some quick news for all you fans of magic and illusions and out there: the ending theme song performer has been revealed for Tejina Senpai (known in English as Magical Sempai), an upcoming TV anime based on the seinen manga by Azu about an enthusiastic girl who longs to be a stage magician despite her struggles with stage fright. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Sunday November 4, 2018
  • Azu's Short Gag Manga Tejina Senpai Gets TV Anime Adaptation in 2019

    Fumiaki Usui (Love Live! episode director) makes his series directorial debut

    It is confirmed today that a TV anime adaptation of Azu's short gag manga Tejina Senpai (Magic trick senior) is now in the works for a 2019 premiere. The anime's official website and Twitter also open with a teaser visual featuring its main heroine Tejina Senpai, whose real name is unknown in the story. Hit the jump for more details including the manga author's illustration message after the jump!

  • Monday May 9, 2016
  • Tsutomu Nihei Publishes One-Shot Science Fiction Manga "Ningyou no Kuni"

    Latest offering from the author of "BLAME!" and "Knights of Sidonia" published in Kodansha's "Weekly Young Magazine"

    Tsutomu Nihei, the author of BLAME! and Knights of Sidonia, has published a new one-shot science fiction manga entitled Ningyou no Kuni ("Country of the Dolls"), which appears in the pages of the 23rd issue of Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine seinen manga anthology published on May 09, 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Saturday October 17, 2015
  • VIDEO: Megumi Hayashibara Re-Prises "3x3 Eyes" Role for "Young Magazine: Pirate Edition" Ads

    Pai from Yuzo Takada's "3x3 Eyes" manga is appointed seinen manga magazine's PR ambassador

    Veteran singer / voice actress Megumi Hayashibara is reprising her role as Pai from Yuzo Takada's 3x3 Eyes anime and manga in a series of ads promoting a new digital publication from Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine. Hit the jup to learn more.