Tag: science fiction

Tokyo Babylon 2021 project officially canceled!!

Hey there, J1 fans! Just found some not-so-good news. The official website for the anime Tokyo Babylon 2021 has stated it will be impossible to continue due to repeated discussions with the committee. Apparently, the discussions were about the characters’ designs that were said to be imitations of designs that are under copyright. Here’s the …

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Dr. Stone announced to continue with new PV!!

Contains spoiler for the finale ten million percent!! The Stone Wars may be over, but the Kingdom of Science will continue to push forward. At the end of the season finale of Dr. Stone, the series teased that more of the anime will be on the way. The official Twitter accounts back up this claim. …

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Check out the poetic trailer for the final Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution movie!!

How’s it going, J1sters! The Eureka Seven saga will come to an end this summer with the final film, Eureka: Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution. A new trailer has been released featuring lead actress Kaori Nazuka reciting a poem as Eureka. The Hi-Evolution films focused on events that occurred before and during the original series, including that …

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Check the EDENS ZERO teaser trailer, Hiro Mashima’s new series premieres April 10!!

J1 fans, how is it going? Even with the world at war with a deadly microbe, new anime is still being put out, and we couldn’t be happier about that. For all of you who have enjoyed Hiro Mashima’s fantasy epic Fairy Tail, feast your eyes on the world premiere teaser for the anime adaption …

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Science and Strength clash in new key visual for Dr. Stone: Stone Wars – premieres January 2021!!

Science and Strength clash in a new key visual for the hit anime series, Dr. Stone! Along with the visual comes a new trailer leading up to the ultimate showdown between Senku Ishigami, founder of the Kingdom of Science, and Tsukasa Shishio, leader of the Kingdom of Strength. The Stone Wars begin on January 14, …

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One Dev logs 175 hours in Cyberpunk 2077 and still hasn’t ended it!!

Quick question, Gamers and Gamettes: what is the longest you have ever played a game? How many hours did you put into it? 30 hours? 25 hours? We all know RPGs can rack up a lot of hours with all the side quests and character building and mini games. However, we eventually beat the final …

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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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First look at Pacific Rim anime – Netflix Anime Festival 2020

Hey J1 Fans! Netflix has posted the first images of the upcoming anime adaption of Pacific Rim, the cult classic film franchise from Legendary Pictures. Titled Pacific Rim: The Black, the series is being produced by Polygon Pictures with showrunners Craig Kyle and Greg Johnson. Long ago, humanity defeated the Kaiju. Now, they’re evacuating Australia. …

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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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