Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

 

Emperor Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy Fighting Game Roster

The official Square Enix Japan Youtube channel has updated with the next character reveal announcement for Dissidia Final Fantasy.  The latest character to be added to the roster is the Emperor from Final Fantasy II.  Emperor will make his way on the fighting roster later this month.  


Atom the Beginning Premiere Date & Cast Details Revealed

The official website for the Atom the Beginning anime series has updated with the cast details and premiere date for the series.  The series will debut on Saturday, April 15 at 11:00 P.M. JPST on NHK and will later be available on Amazon Prime Japan starting at 1:30 A.M. JPST on Sunday, April 16. Atom the Beginning will be featured on a stage show event that will be held at AnimeJapan 2017 in Tokyo on March 26.  The show will feature Nakumura, Inoue, Sakurai, Komatsu, and Sakura. The series takes place in Japan 30 years before the events of Astro Boy.   In order to combat the dangers of the worldRead More


Uchu Sentai Kyuranger Spoilers Revealed

Recently new information regarding the events of upcoming episodes of Uchu Sentai Kyuranger have been revealed. *Keep in mind this article contains spoilers so read at one’s own discreet. 


Shout Factory Streams Digimon Adventure Tri Part 1: Reunion Home Release Trailer

Yesterday Shout Factory updated their official Youtube channel with a trailer for the home release of Digimon Adventure Tri Part 1: Reunion.   For those who aren’t aware the film was distributed by Eleven Arts and had a limited screening on September 15 in 2016. Shout Factory will release Digimon Adventure Tri Part 1: Reunion on Blu-ray/DVD on May 16. After years of inactivity, the DigiDestined regroup with their Digimon to save their world, but have the years changed their characters too much? SHOUT! FACTORY has devoted itself to the higher pursuit of pop culture for the past 10 years. DuringRead More


Uchu Sentai Kyuranger – Episode 3 Review

This episode excites me the most out of the three we’ve had so far. Making the first episode of a Super Sentai show enjoyable is pretty easy to do because you’re going to be introducing us to new characters and new suits and new situations that will naturally seem more fresh and interesting because we’ve just finished sitting through around 50 episodes of the previous characters and suits and situations. What’s really difficult is maintaining the same level of interest through the following 49 episodes, and it’s here that I’ve hadRead More