It was almost a year ago to the day when Foywonder first turned us on to the weirdness of Araki Tetsuro's anime series Attack on Titan. Here's the thing: You can put man-eating giants in anything, and we're pretty much guaranteed to watch it, and now that a live action version is on its way? JOY!
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the Japanese animated classic Akira, which is being celebrated in a big way by Funimation. Their 25th Anniversary Blu-ray release of the film just dropped yesterday, and we're happy to report that it includes the original English dubs, rather than the new dubs that have appeared on previous releases.
We’ve become accustomed to movies and TV shows about post-apocalyptic survivors huddled in locations fortified to keep out whatever undead, mutant, or extraterrestrial threat there is. In "Attack on Titan" the threat comes in the form of giants… man-eating giants!
The anime series based upon Marvel's Daywalker, Blade, is on its way to your home via DVD, and we've got all the info you need to know to help rectify all those damned vampire problems that have been bothering you lately!
Big news out of Japan for all you manga fans out there! Kadokawa has announced thats Season 2 of High School of the Dead has been green-lighted. Bazinga!
VIZ Media has announced that Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired the live-action feature film rights to the hit manga and anime property Bleach, created by Tite Kubo.
The star of G4's Blade anime series, Harold Perrineau, is really enjoying his stint lending the Daywalker his voice, but the former "Lost" star is really interested in taking it a step further.
This past Friday the 13th the Blade anime series made its debut on G4 and was met with a rather warm reception. If the series has you excited, strap in because we've got a clip for you from Episode 2.
We're just days away from the Friday, January 13th, premiere of the Blade anime series at 11:00 pm on G4TV, and to entice you further into the animated world of the Daywalker, we have the first clip hot and fresh for you right here. Dig it!
To get you geared up for the Friday, January 13th, premiere of the Blade anime series at 11:00 pm, G4TV has posted the first ever TV spot for the long awaited toon. As per usual we have it for you right here.
We've been talking about the anime series based on the Marvel Comics character Blade for a long time now, and finally we have a firm date on just when you can expect to see the Daywalker doing what he does best ... slaying vamps!
Blade is set to make his anime debut, and to get you ready for all of the hopefully bloody vampire killing action, we have your first look at the flick's opening credits sequence. The new Blade anime tale is directed by Yuki Hikaru Hara Masu, whose cast includes: Blade: Ootsuka Akio Makoto: Maaya Sakamoto Deacon Frost: Isobe Tsutomu Noah Van Helsing: Osamu Osaka
While the last film sucked and the TV series was good though short-lived, thanks to Japan we haven't seen the last of Blade as he's returning to the Far East in anime form. Below you'll find the first trailer for the new Blade anime tale directed by Yuki Hikaru Hara Masu, whose cast includes: Blade: Ootsuka Akio Makoto: Maaya Sakamoto Deacon Frost: Isobe Tsutomu
On Thursday, January 20th, 2011, comic book collectors, anime aficionados, and film fans will have the opportunity to participate in the one-time-only, world premiere of Gantz in movie theaters across the country, presented by NCM Fathom and New People, in association with Dark Horse Comics. Synopsis:
Looking for something to satisfy that anime-loving friend or relative on your holiday shopping list? On December 8th Viz Media is releasing Naoki Urasawa’s Monster Box Set 1 on DVD. Based on the acclaimed manga creator’s tense psychological masterpiece, Monster Box Set 1 features 3 DVDs (Episodes 1-15) and includes an exclusive digital booklet, which is a digitized version of the original Japanese booklet.