The official Toonami Facebook page has updated with the announcement that the third season of Attack on Titan will premiere on the block on August 18. As reported previously, the world premiere for the season was screened by Funimation Entertainment in North America and Canadian theaters earlier this month. The season will later premiere in Japan on July 22. For those who haven’t been following the anime, the second season of the series finished its run on the block last July. For those who aren’t familiar with the anime, Funimation provided a short description for theRead More
The official Golden Kamuy manga website has updated with the announcement of the cast members for the upcoming OVA. The new cast members include: Wataru Takagi: Umakishi Kusuda Nobuo Tobita: Tamotsu Hidoro U-ko Tachibana: Okami Yōji Ueda: Shinpei Hidoro As reported earlier, the OVA will be released in the 15 compiled volume of the Golden Kamuy manga, which will be released on September 19. The OVA will focus on the Barato Arc of the manga, which features the Ogata Hyakunosuke and Hijikata Toshizō. Also reported earlier, the manga will also include the “mini episode” titled, “Bizzare! The Mysterious GiantRead More
FUNimation Entertainment has announced that the Attack on Titan Season 2 recap film will be screened as apart of a two night event at North American & Canadian theaters. The film will also be accompanied by the worldwide premiere of the first episode of the third season of series just before it airs in Japanese television on July 22. The film titled, “Attack on Titan Roar of Awakening,” will have limited screenings on July 10-11. The film as well as the first episode of season three will be presented with it’s original Japanese Audio with English subtitles on July 10 and willRead More
The recent issue of the Young Jump magazine has revealed that the 15th compiled volume of Satoru Noda’s Golden Kamuy manga will also include an OVA disc for the anime series. The OVA will feature events from the Barato arc, which showcases the struggle between Ogata Hyankunosuke and Hijikata Toshizō. The manga along with the disc will be released in Japan on September 19. The volume will feature a manga “mini episode” titled, Bizzare! The Mysterious Giant Island (Kaiki! Nazo no Kyodaijima”).” Viz Media provided a description for the manga series. In the early twentieth century, Russo-Japanese War veteran SaichiRead More
Crunchyroll has updated their official Youtube channel with a trailer for the Golden Kamuy anime series. For those who aren’t aware, the anime series is based on Satoru Noda’s manga series of the the same name. The series will premiere on Tokyo MX on April 9 and later on YTV, Sapporo TV, and BS11. The series will simulcast on Crunchyroll and the Funimation will be streaming the English dub. The cast and production team behind the series was revealed earlier this month. The story takes place in the mighty Northern field of Hokkaido, the time is in the turbulent lateRead More
The official website for the Golden Kamuy anime has updated with new details about the upcoming series. For those who are unaware, the anime series is based on the manga series by Satoru Noda of the same name. Noda launched the manga in Shueisha’s Young Jump magazine in 2014 and the first volume was released internationally by Viz Media on June 20, 2017. First, a visual for the series was revealed. The series will debut in Japan on April 9 on Toyko MX at 11:00 P.M. JST and later on YTV, Sapporo TV, and BS11. The series will also air on the Jidaigeki Senmon Channel on AprilRead More
Netflix Japan has updated their official Youtube channel with another trailer for Devilman Crybaby. According to ANN, the text featured in the video translates as “Who are you?,” with Devilman responding with, “My Name is Devilman!” Devilman Crybaby will be available on Netflix worldwide on January 5 and is currently set at 10 episodes. The series will be available in 190 countries and territories with seven different Dub tracks and 23 subtitle languages. The Dub tracks include: English, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, standard Spanish, and Castilian Spanish.
The official Japanese Netflix Youtube channel has updated with a new 30 second preview for Devilman Crybaby. Devilman Crybaby will be available on Netflix worldwide on January and is currently set at 10 episodes. The series will be available in 190 countries and territories with seven different Dub tracks and 23 subtitle languages. The Dub tracks include: English, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, standard Spanish, and Castilian Spanish.
Netflix Japan has posted a new trailer for Devilman Crybaby. The latest trailer features a preview of the anime’s theme song titled,“Devilman’s Song (Devilman no Uta),” which is performed by Avu-Chan. For those who have been following the casting Avu-Chan is also the voice of Devil King Zenon in the series. The series is set to premiere exclusively on Netflix on January 5. The anime will have 10 episodes and will be available in 190 countries / territories. There will also be seven language tracks and 23 subtitle languages. The Dubbed languages include: “English, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, standard Spanish,Read More
Netflix Japan has updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for Devilman Crybaby. The latest trailer features a preview of the anime’s theme song titled, “Man Human,” which is performed by Denki Groove. A special ending theme song titled, “Tonight Only (Konya Dake),” is performed by Takkyu to Tabibito specifically for episode nine. The official website also revealed some new cast members as well as a new official visual. The announced cast members include: Megumi Han: Miki Makimura Ami Koshimizu: Miko Atsuko Tanaka: Sirene Rikiya Koyama: Kaim Kenjiro Tsuda: Nagasaki YOUNG DAIS: Kukun Subaru Kimura: Gabi KEN THE 390:Read More
The official website for the “Tales of Zestiria the X” anime series has announced the premiere date for the series on July 3. The series will first premiere on Tokyo MX, but will also air on Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, TV Aichi, and BS11 on July 5. It has been confirmed that there will be advance screening of the first four episodes will be shown at the Cinema Mediage located in Tokyo on June 25. The series will also have another screening at an upcoming talk show presented by Ryota Ohsaka, Ai Kayano, Noriko Shitaya, fhana (end credit singer),Read More