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Rurouni Kenshin Final live action film trailer reveals new release date!!

What’s up, J1 fans! Well, it’s finally happening (No pun intended). The official website for the live action adaption of Nobuhiro Watsuki’s beloved Rurouni Kenshin series has dropped 30 second teaser trailer for the upcoming two-part “Final Chapter.” The first part, Rurouni Kenshin: The Final, will be released April 23, 2021. Part two, Rurouni Kenshin: …

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba decimates 2020 manga sales, One Piece dethroned!!

One Piece falls the third place for the first time since 2011! Tanjiro and company are must be eyeing the competition as hard as the demons they hunt! According to Oricon reports, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has dominated manga sales for the year 2020, which are up from 2019. Selling over 82 million physical …

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Moonlight shines on new visual for Sailor Moon Eternal anime films!!

Hey there, J1 fans! The power of the moon shine brightly in this new visual for the upcoming two-part Sailor Moon Eternal anime films. Posted on the official Twitter account for the films, the poster contrasts Sailor Moon and Queen Nelhellenia with two other characters highlighted by moonlight in the background. /光と闇のコントラストが美しい✨#スーパーセーラームーン と#ネヘレニア が対峙する🌙前編 第2弾ビジュアル解禁🌙\ …

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BONES original anime takes on the world of skateboarding!!

What’s up, J1 fans!! Animation studios BONES is delving into the world of skateboarding with their newest original anime. SK8 the Infinity follows Reki, a second year high school student with a passion for skateboarding, and Langa, a transfer student who has just returned from Canada and has never ridden on a skateboard before. Together they …

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Compile Heart brings the Neptunia series to the PS5!!

What’s up fellow gamers! Are you a fan of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series? Looking to play on next gen consoles? Well, you be happy to know that you will be able to experience the definitive version of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re:Birth 1+ on the PlayStation 5. Compile Heart is releasing Go! Go! 5 Jigen Game Neptune: …

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Mugen Train overtakes Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle at top grossing film!!

What’s up, J1 Fans! Just like a real train, there is nothing that can stop the Mugen Train. The sequel film to the TV anime adaption of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is showing no signs of slowing down. The film has surpassed over 20 billion yen (US $198 million) at the Japanese box office, …

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Japanese 90s TV drama Night Head revived as new anime for 2021!!

Night Head was a Japanese TV drama that ran from 1992 to 1993 for 21 episodes. The sci-fi series generated a cult following with its mysterious and shocking storyline. Its anime revival, titled NIGHT HEAD 2041, is based on a script written by the series creator George Iida and will air on Fuji TV’s +Ultra …

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The Promised Neverland second season premiere date announced!!

After being delayed due to COVID19, the second season of The Promised Neverland anime has a new release date. The anime adaption of the popular Weekly Shonen Jump manga series written Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu will premiere January 7 on the Fuji TV anime block. 「約束のネバーランド」”ノイタミナ ” ほかにて2021年1月7日(木)より放送開始! ⚡️フジテレビアニメラインナップ発表会2020配信中⚡️https://t.co/qXXYiaTyui#約ネバ #plusultra pic.twitter.com/EaAUrT8IKr — ノイタミナ …

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Eden Teaser Trailer – coming to Netflix in May 2021

Eden, the first Netflix Japanese Original Anime, presented by director Yasuhiro Irie (Fullmetal Alchemist), and concept designer Toshihiro Kawamoto (Cowboy Bebop), was among several anime series revealed during the Netflix Anime Festival 2020. Premise: Thousands of years into the future, there are no more humans. Only robots live in the mechanical metropolis, “Eden 3”. Or …

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Hit anime series B the Beginning getting a second season!!

Netflix’s psychological thriller anime B the Beginning is returning for another season. During the Netflix Anime Festival 2020, the Production I.G. produced series revealed new visuals of Koku and Keith who still have more work to do. Also revealed, Ichiro Kawasaki replaces Kazuto Nakazawa as director. Nakazawa, however, will return in a supervisory role. They …

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