Tag: funimation

Aniplex to release Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba limited edition DVD/Blu-Ray!!

How’s it going, J1 Fans! DevilDriver1313 here with news for all you Demon Slayer fans. Aniplex of America is bringing Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba home to you on Blu-Ray standard and limited editions with the first half of he series set for release on June 30. The second half will follow on November 24. …

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Kodansha delays Spring manga releases, many other publications also delayed

Hey there J1 Fans, DevilDriver1313 here with a bit of a bummer for manga readers and anime fans. Due to this world health crisis, several publishing companies of manga, anime English dubs and card games have announced over the weekend that they will be delaying the Spring releases of several of their products. Kodansha USA …

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Tohru and the Soma family are back for Fruits Basket season 2 – premieres April 6

So, while you are all cooped up in your homes for a while, there’s is some new anime on the way to pass the time. Tohru and the Soma family are back to keep you company as they return for a second season of Fruits Basket, which is set to premiere April 6. The first …

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Strike Witches: Road to Berlin trailer – new TV anime coming Oct. 2020!!

Pants are optional for viewing this trailer for the upcoming new Strike Witches TV anime. The 501st Joint Fighter Squad are back to protect humanity while fighting monsters with no pants required. Strike Witches: Road to Berlin is the new series coming in October 2020 to the Strike Witches franchise. Funimation distributes the Strike Witches …

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Seven Deadly Sins manga gets new anime and sequel series!!

Anime fans, listen up! The Seven Deadly Sins is getting a new anime series! The 17th issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine revealed that the new anime adapted from Nakaba Suzuki’s The Seven Deadly Sins manga, titled Nanatsu no Taizai: Fundo no Shinpan (The Seven Deadly Sins: Anger’s Judgement) will air in October on TV …

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Cells at Work! anime set to return January 2021!!

Hey J1 Fans, DevilDirver1313 here bringing you some anime news. We have all enjoyed the fun and educational anime Cells At Work, and we have been itching to know what happens now that the Red Blood and White Blood Cell have a new host of friends following the first season’s conclusion. Aniplex has revealed a …

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VA Brice Armstrong, Captain Ginyu and narrator on Dragon Ball, passes away

The world of anime lost another legend. Voice actor Brice Armstrong has passed away. Talent agency Mary Collins Agency revealed the actor’s death on Sunday. Armstrong worked primarily at Funimation before his retirement in 2009. He is best known for voicing Captain Ginyu in the Funiamtion dub of Dragon Ball Z. He was also the …

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Chika Anzai and Takahiro Mizushima join the cast of Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun – anime set to premiere Jan. 9

Class is in session at Kamome Academy, a high school surrounding in mystery and supernatural occurrences known as the Seven Mysteries. Cult loving first year student Nene Yashiro learned of the Seventh Mystery, Hanako-san of the Toilet, a spirit of girl who died in the bathroom years ago who will grant a wish to those …

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Hell Girl live action movie compares film to anime

The official website for the live action Hell Girl movie began streaming a video that compares specific scenes in the film to its anime counterpart. The film will open November 15 in Japan. Here are the actors who will be portraying the main cast of Ai Enma and her subordinates. Hell Girl live action film …

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Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure coming to the U.S. in 2020!!

Get ready to experience Dragon Ball like never before. Funimation and Toei Animation announced that Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure will be premiering in the U.S. They event will kick off in Chicago, Ill on March 27 at the city’s Rosemont Theater. AWR Music Productions (“Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY”) is presenting the show, and …

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