Bandai Namco Entertainment America has updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for Jump Force. The latest trailer features a look at a new stage based on Mayan culture and reveals two new characters that will be joining the roster. It has been revealed that Pegasus Seiya and Dragon Shiryū from the Saint Seiya franchise will be joining the game. What is awesome to see is that they will be using the Gold Saints powers in the game. The confirmed roster so far consists of: Pegasus Seiya (Saint Seiya) Dragon Shiryū (Saint Seiya) Gon Freecss (Hunter X Hunter) Hisoka Morow (HunterRead More
Bandai Namco Entertainment has updated their official Youtube channel with two new trailers for Jump Force. The first trailer was first unveiled at Tokyo Game Show 2018. The trailer reveals several new characters that will be joining the roster for the upcoming fighting game as well as revealing a new stage based the Himeji Castle in Japan. “The name’s Yusuke Urameshi and you just picked a fight with the wrong guy.” Hold on to your seats folks because Yusuke is coming to JUMP FORCE! Are you ready to fight alongside him to defeat theRead More
Bandai Namco Entertainment America has updated their official Twitter announcement that Yugi Muto from the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise will joining the roster of the Jump Force video game. It is unknown what his battle capabilities are at this time, however it will be interesting to see his inclusion in the game. Summon your most powerful card because Yugi is coming to #JUMPFORCE! Ready to duel against the King of Games? Tell us in comments which mighty card would you summon to battle? Unite to fight, JUMP FORCE arrives in 2019! Pre-order your copy here: https://t.co/tpmTsXlGz5 pic.twitter.com/m91bqQFsan — BandaiRead More
Today, Netflix U.S. uploaded to its YouTube Channel, New to Netflix September 2018 promo, featuring next month’s new releases. The promo hosts an incredible line-up of original series, original films, and other titles the service acquired for streaming. Among the titles revealed is Warner Bros’ live-action adaptation of Tite Kubo’s manga, Bleach, which releases on September 14. Other titles available for streaming include: Marvel Studios’ Black Panther (Sept 4) Once Upon a Time Season 7 (Sept 6) Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2 (Sept 7) The Dragon Prince (Sept 14) ScottRead More
Bandai Namco Entertainment America has updated their official Youtube channel with the Gamescom 2018 trailer for the Jump Force video game. The latest trailer features a look at some of the gameplay and takes a look at the previously announced new characters in action. The trailer also reveals that Vegeta from the Dragon Ball franchise will be joining the roster for the game. The confirmed roster so far consists of: Gon Freecss (Hunter X Hunter) Hisoka Morow (Hunter X Hunter) Vinsmoke Sanji (One Piece) Blackbeard (One Piece) Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Franchise) Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto Franchise) Goku (Dragon Ball Franchise) Frieza (Dragon BallRead More
The recent issue of the V Jump magazine has revealed some new characters that will be joining the roster for the Jump Force video game. For those who are not aware, the game is a 3D fighting game that will feature characters featured throughout the 50 year history of the Shonen Jump magazine. The game was first revealed at E3 2018. Bandai Namco Entertainment provided a description for the game. Universes collide as legendary manga heroes and villains are transported to our reality. Massive battles fill epic locales as good and evil clashes, while humankind hangsRead More
The Japan Society website has updated with the announcement that the live-action film adaptation for the Bleach franchise will be receiving an encore screening at the Japan Cuts: Festival of New Japanese Film. The film’s first screening is set for 7:45 P.M., which is currently sold out. The second screening will be set at 11:00 P.M. on the same day. The event will be co-presented by Anime NYC and Japan Cuts. Shinsuke Satō, the director the film, will be making an appearance in the first screening to introduce the event and will also participate in a Q&A. More details including ticketRead More
Warner Bros. Japan has updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for the live-action film adaptation of the Bleach franchise. The latest trailer features the film’s theme song titled, “Mosquito Bite,” which is performed by ALEXANDROS. The trailer also features some battle scenes involving Ichigo Kurosaki (Sōta Fukushi), Renji Abarai (Taichi Saotome), and Byakuya Kuchiki (MIYAVI). Last week, several character trailers featuring a look at some of the main characters were also posted to the official Warner Bros. Japan Youtube channel. The live-action Bleach film will premiere in Japanese theaters on July 20 and will later premiere at the Japan Cuts Festival inRead More
Warner Bros. Japan has updated their official Youtube channel with three character trailers for the upcoming live-action film adaptation of the Bleach franchise. For those who are unaware, the film is based on Tite Kubo’s manga of the same name. The trailers feature a look at Ichigo Kurosaki (Sōta Fukushi), Rukia Kuchiki (Hana Sugisaki), and Uryū Ishida (Ryō Yoshizawa). The first character trailer that features Ichigo Kurosaki also previews the film’s theme song titled, “Mosquito Bite,” which is performed ALEXANDROS. The cast for the film includes: Sōta Fukushi: Ichigo Kurosaki Hana Sugisaki : Rukia Kuchiki Ryō Yoshizawa: Uryū Ishida TaichiRead More
It was recently revealed in the recent issue of the Shonen Jump magazine has revealed some new details about the live-action film adaptation of Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga series. First, it has been revealed that Hana Sugisaki will be portraying Rukia Kuchiki in the film. The other major detail that the magazine revealed was the release date for the film. The film is set to premiere in Japanese theaters on July 20. For those who are unaware the live-action film adaption of Bleach franchise is directed by Shinsuke Sato. The main protagonist, Ichigo Kurosaki, will be portrayed by Sota Fukushi. Warner Brothers Japan postedRead More
The Cinema Today Youtube channel has updated with a teaser trailer for the upcoming live action Bleach film. The trailer features a look at Sota Fukushi in costume as his role of Ichigo Kurosaki. No other information about the film is confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates. The live-action Bleach film will premiere in Japan in 2018.
The official twitter page for the upcoming Bleach live-action film has updated with the announcement that the film is to premiere in Japanese theaters in Summer 2018. With the announcement it has also been revealed that more details about the film will be announced this Friday. Sota Fukushi will star as the titular character, Ichigo Kurosaki and the film is being directed by Shinsuke Sato. ＜明日、最新情報解禁‼🎋明日7月7日（金）【七夕の日】に、映画『#BLEACH』の最新情報を解禁👊 心して待て‼#映画ブリーチ pic.twitter.com/9V8Sg3hFWA — 映画『BLEACH』公式 (@bleach_moviejp) July 6, 2017 No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
The official Animazement Convention website has updated with the final confirmed guests for Animazement 2017. The guests include: Hiroaki Hirata : Sanji (One Piece), Benny (Black Lagoon), Mutta Namba (Space Brothers), Sha Gojyo (Saiyuki), Kotetsu T. Kaburagi (Tiger & Bunny), Klein (Sword Art Online) Ryusei Nakao : Frieza (Dragon Ball Z), Baikinman (Soreike! Anpanman), Isami Nishimura (Touch), Caesar Clown (One Piece), Kurotsuchi Mayumi (Bleach) Keiko Han : Lalah Sune (Mobile Suit Gundam), Athena (Saint Seiya), Luna (Sailor Moon) Sheila (The World is Still Beautiful) Masuo Ueda : A-1 Pictures Director Hidetaka Tenjin :Read More
Today (JST), the 73rd volume of Tite Kubo’s long-running Bleach manga revealed the series will concluding in the next volume, which will be sold in fall. Following the reveal, Shonen Jump confirmed that the announcement was true. The series began in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001, whereas its final arc began back in February 2012. Now, fifteen years later the series will finally conclude having inspired an anime adaptation which consisted of 366 episodes from 2004 to 2012, with Viz Media distrubting the series in North America in 2006. InRead More