Pathé Productions, the British movie studio subsidiary of the leading French media and entertainment company Pathé, has announced the release date for the live-action adaptation of Mamoru Oshii and Hiroyuki Kitakubo’s Blood: The Last Vampire anime. (In the linked page, select the Coming Soon button in the top menu.) The live-action film, which was first announced over two years ago, is now scheduled to open in British theaters on June 12. Pathé also lists a June 17 date for France.
Wow. I have been waiting for this movie for a long time. I hope this movie will be in Malaysia’s cinema but i really doubt that this movie will going to be broadcast here. There are a lot aggressive, blood scene in it. Hope this movie can be as good as or better than anime version.
The Oricon news source has confirmed this weekend that Slam Dunk 10 Days After, the epilogue that manga creator Takehiko Inoue drew for his Slam Dunk basketball manga on a 23 school blackboards, will finally get reprinted this year. Inoue had hinted on his website on January 15 that this story will get a general release after four years. Inoue drew the epilogue to thank his readers for buying 100 million copies of his manga.
On Saturday, the February issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Newtype magazine published an interview in which Yasuhiro Irie confirmed that he is directing the new Fullmetal Alchemist anime series. The new television adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa’s “dark fantasy” manga will premiere in Japan in April. Aniplex producer Ryo Oyama said that the production began on the series around last spring, and Irie added that the script for the 18th episode had been written as of December. Irie said that the project will be the first work by the BONES animation company’s new D Studio and that the creators are still casting the voices. (BONES animated the previous 2003-2004 Fullmetal Alchemist anime series.)
The Tower of Druaga – the sword of Uruk- Episode 1(with softsubs)
To the Tower of Druaga fans, you now can watch tower of druaga season 2 for free at Crunchyroll (stream video). Not only that, you can watch this series in HQ (high quality) and it is loads quite fast compare to first season (for the first season of tower of druaga i have to wait for hours before i can watch.) Now i can watch without any pause and lagging. What are u waiting? Go and watch the series here.
P/S: I miss Fatina (Horie Yui) a lot. Glad to see the relationship between Fatina and Jil is getting better now although it is not going to last. It is great to able to watch Tower of Druaga again for free. Thanks Gonzo and Crunchyroll!!
Thursday marks the first same-day premieres of Naruto Shippūden and Kurokami The Animation episodes in more than one country. Naruto Shippūden is the most popular anime series thus far to stream worldwide within an hour of its Japanese airing, while Kurokami is the first anime to premiere on television in three countries within 24 hours of each other.
The animation of the opening and ending is a lot of better than the season 1. The opening of Season 2 is better than season 1 which i really bored with it already after listening for a lot of times ><.
I love the ending song which is sing by Kourin. “Aishiteru” is very soft song and really helped me calm down my mind when i listening to it.
Overall, both Op and Ed are quite good and i wouldn’t dare to skip it while watching Natsume Yuujinchou :).
Natsume Takashi with his “death” grandmother, Reiko
The official Japanese website of the Zoku Natsume Yūjin-Chō anime series has began streaming a 30-second promotional movie on Tuesday. This series continues the story after the first 13-episode anime adaptation of Yuki Midorikawa‘s Natsume Yūjin-Chō ghost-story manga. The first episode of Zoku Natsume Yūjin-Chō just premiered in Japan on January 5. The promotional movie features the “Ano hi Time Machine” opening theme song by LONG SHOT PARTY.
The Crunchyroll video-sharing website announced that its English-subtitled streaming of the first Zoku Natsume Yūjin-Chō episode will be delayed until next Monday. However, on that day, the website will host all 13 episodes of the first Natsume Yūjin-Chō anime series, the first episode of the Zoku follow-up, and the second Zoku episode one hour after it airs in Japan. Every episode after that will also be posted online one hour after it airs.