Hana to Yume magazine has announced on Saturday that the anime adaptation for Ryoko Fukuyama’s Anonymous Noise manga will be aired in Japan on April 11. Aside from this adaptation, the manga is also getting a live-action film adaptation slated to premiere in Japanese theaters on November 25.
A new trailer for the anime film Ancien and the Magic Tablet was released by Warner Bros. Japan on Saturday. The four minute trailer also features the movie’s full theme song which is a cover of “Daydream Believer” performed by Mitsuki Takahata.
DC Characters Gain Manga Serialization Mar 4, 5am
Superheroes, a popular notion that appeals to audiences everywhere; from their unique costumes to their generally awesome powers, superheroes have been a long running idea that has yet to lose its popularity.
A NEET (No Education, Employment, and Training) is usually being tagged as a lazy person who just stays in the house all day eating ready-to-eat meals and high-calorie snack foods. Now just because you don’t have a job and you don’t have enough finances for yourself, doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy good food.
The television anime adaptation of Tomo Takeuchi's Welcome to the Ballroom original manga will premiere in July, Kodansha revealed in its Monthly Shounen Magazine April issue.
The Blu-ray and DVD versions of Gundam Wing mecha anime will be coming in North America this year. According to Nozomi Entertainment, the Gundam Wing will be released by Right Stuf and Sunrise sometime this 2017.
Spring is in, March has come, and that means Easter is nearing; bringing along with it is various franchises taking the chance to celebrate the rabbit, chocolate, and egg-filled holiday with promos, products and even events, this especially includes the subculture communities of anime and manga.
Kyoto Animation’s box office hit A Silent Voice (Koe no Katachi) anime film is coming to Australia and New Zealand next month. Madman Entertainment announced on Thursday that the film will open on April 6 in Australia, and on April 16 in New Zealand.
The To Love Ru franchise is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and as a special treat for its fans, the manga To Love-Ru –Trouble- Darkness manga will be getting an new Original Video Anime (OVA) project.
Get ready for a different kind of pirate adventure as One Piece enters into the anime-original “Marine Rookie” arc on March 19. This has been confirmed in this year’s 14th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.