This season's sci-fi thriller NIGHT HEAD 2041 TV anime released its creditless opening theme today on the +Ultra YouTube channel, which features the single "Icy Ivy" from band Who-ya Extended, alongside ending theme song singer Myuk releasing a lyric video for "Sion" on her YouTube page. Both videos can be watched after the jump!
Upcoming original sci-fi TV anime NIGHT HEAD 2041, from the mind of film director George Iida as a follow up to the 1992 TV drama NIGHT HEAD, released a bunch of new information today alongside a new trailer, visual, cast members, and its premiere date on the ＋Ultra TV block on Fuji TV. Download all the information into your brain past the jump!
George Iida's 1990s sci-fi TV drama NIGHT HEAD is getting an anime reboot this summer, but that's not all! It's been announced that the new take on the story will come out in other media, including manga and web novels. Get the early scoop on what's to come after the jump!
The manga artist Azu announced on her official Twitter that the eighth tankobon volume of her comedy series Tejina Senpai / Magical Sempai will be its final volume. The manga's next seventh volume is set to be released in Japan on July 6, 2020. Check out what she said after the jump.
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.
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.
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.
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.