Aside from admiring the characters from various Japanese animated TV series and movies, fans also appreciate the great efforts of those who voice and bring these characters to life. These are none other than the voice actors or [i]seiyuu[/i] in Japanese.
Staff for 'Seiren' Anime RevealedNov 9, 3am
It's expected that we'll be welcoming 2017 with a lot of new anime and Seiren is one of them. The series' official website has revealed a new key visual as well as the key people who will be handling this project.
The recent Magical Fukushima event was in full Hawaiian theme as Fukushima Gainax announced its new anime project titled Flying Babies. The studio aims to complete the project before next year's event.
The popular otome game Ikemen Sengoku is officially getting an anime adaptation slated for next year. This was confirmed by its mobile game developer Cybrid during a stage event held at the Animate Girls Festival 2016.
It's official: Tetsuya Imai's Alice to Zouroku manga is getting an anime adaptation next year. Details and further announcements will be revealed in the January 2017 Issue of Monthly Comic Ryu.
Sukunahiko, the god of hot springs, witnessed the urbanization of the society and the decline of visits on onsen (hot springs), which are one of Japans iconic cultural landscapes.
To Be Hero : When Sh*t Just Got RealNov 8, 5pm
When evil lurks around the corner and everything seems to become too desperate and tragic, a superhero will always appear to vanquish the supervillains and bring back peace and justice to everyone, a mainstream setting on Western media that is slowly paving its way to popularity on anime.
Along with several ongoing hit anime this Fall, including Izetta: The Last Witch and Drifters, Funimation Entertainment added a promising shoujo anime with a heroine unlike others, Kiss Him, Not Me on its roster and aired its first episode last Tuesday at 9:00 pm Eastern Time.
Sushi Police Animator Sae Okamoto opened up a Kickstater campaign last month for her anime project Mecha-Ude. It reached its starting project goal of $25,000USD which was then extended to $40,000USD and $60,000USD stretch goals.
After dropping to #2 on its 10th weekend in the Japanese Box Office (due to the premiere of Death Note Light up the NEW World), Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name) returns to the #1 rank spot earning a total of 17.