Earlier this week Toei updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for the Mazinger Z: Infinity film. The latest trailer features a look at the opening theme song of the film performed by Ichiro Mizuki and the ending theme titled, “The Last Letter,” by Kouji Kikkawa.” The official Mazinger Z: Infinity website has also updated, which reveals some new cast members. The new cast members include: Hiroyuki Miyasako, Romi Park: Male & Female half of Baron Ashura Yui P (Ozaku Club): Pink member of Idol Mazin-Girls Okarina (Ozaku Club): Blue member of Idol Mazin-Girls Mazinger Z: Infinity will premiere in JapaneseRead More
The official Mazinger Z: Infinity film website has updated with new stills for the upcoming film. The films reveal the first full look at the ancient relic Infinity. Infinity is a large object that was found inside the depths of Mt. Fuji. Not much is known about this ancient structure except that it was possibly crafted by an ancient civilization. Infinity is the third Mazin following the original Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger. Dr. Hell plans to use the power of Infinity in order to activate the ultimate weapon known as the Gragon. Mazinger Z: Infinity will premiere in Japanese theaters on January 13, 2018.Read More
The official Mazinger Z: Infinity film website has updated with an announcement that Kouji Kikkawa will be performing the ending theme for the film. The ending theme for the film will be titled, “The Last Letter.” According to the website Kikkawa commented that “the song was made with the image of a pilot and his robots going beyond their limits and sharing a connection and sorrow.” Go Nagai, creator of the Mazinger Z franchise stated that the the song will “make the people who went crazy over Mazinger Z remember the good times.” Kikkawa is best known for his work in Tokusatsu such as theRead More
The official Mazinger Z: Infinity website has updated with new details about the upcoming film. It has been revealed that Great Mazinger will also be making an appearance in the film. Great Mazinger is the main character that appears in the anime/ manga of the same name. The anime series ran from September 8, 1974 – September 28, 1975. The manga series was published by Kodansha in October 1974 and ran until October 1975. The manga ran for 2 volumes. The website also revealed the cast members for the film. The cast members include: Toshihiko Seki: Tetsuya Tsurugi – A hero who helped KojiRead More
The official Mazinger Z anime film website has updated with the premiere date details for the upcoming anime film. The film will premiere in Japan on January 13, 2018. For those who are unaware the film’s story will be set as a sequel to the original Mazinger anime series. As stated earlier, the film is set 10 years after the events of the original series. The main hero Koji Kabuto will follow his grandfather and father’s footsteps as a scientist. One day he discovers a mysterious large object that shows vital readings somewhere below Mount Fuji.Read More
Recently a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Mazinger Z animated film was shown during the Annecy Film Festival earlier this week. The trailer reveals that the film will feature a combination of 3D models with 2D line art. The film is set to premiere in Europe before it’s premiere in Japan. The film’s production cast consists of: Go Nagai: Original Creator Junju Shimizu: Director You Nakano: Assistant Director Takahiro Ozawa: Screenplay Takayuki Yanase: Mecha Design Hiroya Iijima: Character Design Toshiyuki Watanabe : Music Ichiro Mizuki : Opening Theme Toei Animation: Production Toei: DistributionRead More
Thanks to a early look at the upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, it has been revealed that Miyuki Sawashiro will be joining the One Piece anime cast. She will be voicing Charlotte Pudding in the Whole Cake Island Arc of the anime. It has also been revealed that Mami Koyama will be voicing Charlotte “Big Mom” Linlin.” Currently it is unknown if she will be voicing the role fully, but she will be voicing the character in an upcoming image song. The character was originally portrayed by Toshiko Fujita. The issue also featured a preview for the upcoming Ace serialized novel.