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Crunchyroll adds Slayers Next to it anime lineup!!

It wasn’t that long ago that we get an announcement about the next volume of the Slayers light novel coming out. Crunchyroll has decided to dig up the classic anime series and pop it on their ever-growing list of new and classic anime. Slayers Next launched on Crunchyroll September 6 at 3:00pm PST with all …

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Try Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise right now!!

With less than a month until you can make guys explode with your finger tips in Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, Sega has decided to give fans of the action manga series created by Buronson and Tetsuo Hara an early shot at the game by releasing a demo in the PlayStation Store on …

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Slayers returns in first new novel after 18 years!!

After nearly two decades of absence, the fantasy adventure manga Slayers is returning with its 16th volume. On Friday, August 31, Fantasia Bunko announced that the light novel series written by Hajime Kanzaka and illustrated by Rui Araizumi would be continuing the adventures of teenage sorceress Lina Inverse and her companions when the novel ships …

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Funimation reveals English Sub trailer for Tokyo Ghoul:re Season Two!!

Are you ready for more ghoulish action? Funimation began streaming the English sub trailer for the second season of Tokyo Ghoul:re, the anime adaption of the sequel manga series to the original Tokyo Ghoul. The first season premiered April 3, 2018 for a twelve episode run that concluded June 19. Tokyo Ghoul:re will return this …

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Live action “Bleach” movie coming to Netflix in September!!

It was just over a month ago that the live action movie of Tite Kubo’s “Bleach” manga hit Japanese theaters on July 20. Just like with the live adaptions of “Fullmetal Alchemist” and “Kakegurui”, Netflix has snatched up the film and added to its lineup. The live action Bleach movie, featuring Sota Fukushi as Ichigo …

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Netflix working on sequel to their “Death Note” movie!!

Well, a dark cloud hangs overhead, and no, somebody did not summon Shenron. Though that would not be a bad idea right now. But according to a report from THR, Netflix is working on a sequel to their 2017 adaption of Death Note, the supernatural Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by …

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Kakegurui TV anime returns in January 2019!!

Ready for more high stakes gambling and riskier betting? Easy, soon you will get your chance. The official website for the anime adaption of Homura Kawamoto and Toru Naomura’s gambling manga Kakegurui confirmed that the series is getting a second season. Titled “Kakegurui xx”, the next season will focus on the student council election at …

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Latest update for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night reveals release date!!

Well, there’s good news and not so good news. The good news is Koji Igarashi has given a release date for his Kickstarter funded game, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the spiritual successor to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (my opinion). The game is planned for 2019. In an update on the Kickstarter site, Igarashi …

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Idol group member cast to play Yumemi Yumemite in live “Kakegurui” series!!

The official Twitter account for the live action Kakegurui series has revealed its first new cast member. Nogizaka46 idol group member Sayuri Matsumura will play the character Yumemi Yumemite in the show’s second season. 【新キャスト発表🎲✨】私立百花王学園の生徒会役員にして、カリスマ的人気を誇るアイドル・夢見弖ユメミがドラマseson2に登場🙌彼女を #乃木坂46 の #松村沙友理 さんが演じることに決定🎉”リアルアイドル”が、原作でも人気の”二面性を持つキャラクター”を、どう演じるのか…⁉#賭ケグルイ pic.twitter.com/rBwTjM0XBl — ドラマ&映画『賭ケグルイ』 (@kakegurui_jp) August 16, 2018 The live adaption of Homura Kawamoto and Tōru Naomura’s …

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Heroes and Villains collide in latest My Hero One’s Justice trailer!!

Ever Bandai Namco announced making a game based on the popular manga/anime series My Hero Academia, they have built a pretty impressive roster full of heroes and villains. From Deku and Bakugo to Stain and Muscular, the 11-minute trailer shows each of them one by one. My Hero One’s Justice launches for PlayStation 4, Xbox …

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