Poupelle of Chimney Town Anime Film Unveils Trailer, Visual

The official website for Studio 4°C’s December 2020 anime film adaptation of Akihiro Nishino’s Poupelle of Chimney Town (Entotsu-chō no Poupelle) picture book unveiled a teaser trailer and visual on Thursday. The teaser features the ending theme song created by Nishino himself. Nishino was previously listed as the film’s director, but Yusuke Hirota (CGI director for Berserk films, Harmony) is now listed as the director. Nishino is still serving as production supervisor, original creator, and writer, while Atsuko Fukushima (Genius Party, Robot Carnival) … Continue reading Poupelle of Chimney Town Anime Film Unveils Trailer, Visual

Masaya Hokazono Launches New Horror Manga: Kuro Ihon

Manga author Masaya Hokazono announced on his Twitter account on August 5 that he is launching a new manga series for his and writer Motosuke Takaminato’s Ihon horror manga series. The new manga is titled Yami Ihon (The Dark Tome), and will launch on the LINE Manga app on Thursday. In addition, Hokazono and Nao Kurebayashi’s Naoko ~Pumpkin Night Gaiden~ manga will end its first part on Wednesday, and will launch the second part … Continue reading Masaya Hokazono Launches New Horror Manga: Kuro Ihon

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy Will Ship For Switch On December 3rd

The official website for Gust’s Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy game revealed on Thursday that the game will ship for the PS4 and Switch in Japan on December 3, and will debut on PC via Steam in January 2021. The sequel is set three years after KOEI Tecmo Games’ Gust brand’s Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout (Ryza no Atelier ~Tokoyami no Joō to Himitsu no Kakurega~) game. In the game, Ryza must … Continue reading Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy Will Ship For Switch On December 3rd

New Teaser Video Released To Promote The New Live-Action Promised Neverland Remake

The film will open on December 18th. Minami Hamabe will be starring in the film as Emma (left). Jyo Kairi and Rihito Itagaki are playing Ray (bottom left) and Norman (bottom right), respectively. Yūichirō Hirakawa (live-action ERASED film, live-action Rookies series) is directing the film. Noriko Gotou is penning the film’s script. Hirakawa and Gotou worked together on the live-action ERASED film. Actress Keiko Kitagawa will play Isabella (“Mama”), while comedian Naomi Watanabe (live-action KANNAsa-n!’s Kanna Suzuki) will play Krone. Never … Continue reading New Teaser Video Released To Promote The New Live-Action Promised Neverland Remake

Season 2 Of Beastars Will Make Its Premiere At The Beginning Of Next Year

The 20th BEASTARS manga volume has recently revealed last Thursday that the second season of the manga’s anime adaptation will make irs premiere in January of 2021. The anime will again air in Japan on Fuji TV’s [+Ultra] programming block. The anime’s second season casts Taiten Kusunoki as Ibuki and Subaru Kimura as Free. Viz Media is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story: At a high school where the students are literally divided into predators and … Continue reading Season 2 Of Beastars Will Make Its Premiere At The Beginning Of Next Year

Date A Live: Ren Dystopia Game Comes With New Opening

Compile Heart has recently unveiled a promotional video on Tuesday for Date A Live: Ren Dystopia, the new PS4 game based on Koushi Tachibana’s original Date A Live light novel series. Compile Heart will release the game on September 24. The limited-edition version of the game will as a bundle, which will include a drama CD and booklet as well as a short story by Tachibana. People who pre-order the game will also receive a different drama CD. A … Continue reading Date A Live: Ren Dystopia Game Comes With New Opening

The Official Love Me, Love Me Not Anime Film Trailer Has Released!

The official website dedicated to Io Sakisaka’s anime film adaptation of the Love Me, Love Me Not (Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare) manga announced last Tuesday that BUMP OF CHICKEN will be performing the film’s theme song “Gravity”. Check out the trailer above if you haven’t already! Here’s a tweet from the official twitter account: We’ve already covered some of this in a post prior, you can check it … Continue reading The Official Love Me, Love Me Not Anime Film Trailer Has Released!

Suikoden Creators Reveal Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Game for 2022

Rabbit & Bear Studios, a Japan-based gaming studio, recently announced that development towards a little game titled Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes (Hyaku Eiyūden) will begin. The studio plans to release the game on the PC in fall of 2022, about 2 years from now. The studio launched a Kickstarter campaign for the project just a few days ago on July 27, with a stretch goal to unlock releases … Continue reading Suikoden Creators Reveal Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Game for 2022

“ORESUKI: Are You The Only One Who Loves Me?” Manga Will End On August 23

The Ore wo Suki nano wa Omae Dake ka yo manga on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ website and app revealed at the end of its 41st chapter on Sunday that the manga will end in its next chapter, which will debut on the app on August 23rd. The manga is an adaptation of Rakuda’s and Buriki’s light novel series of the same name, which launched in February of 2017. Shueisha published the fifth volume on March 4th. … Continue reading “ORESUKI: Are You The Only One Who Loves Me?” Manga Will End On August 23

Uzumaki Anime’s Release Date Pushed Back To 2021

About a week ago, Adult Swim began streaming a teaser video on Sunday for the anime adaptation of Junji Ito’s Uzumaki horror manga. The video is the same as the video streamed on August of 2019, but the description on the video reveals that the anime will debut in 2021. The anime was originally intended to debut this year. We’ve provided it below. This four-episode horror mini-series will make its premiere on Toonami. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Uzumaki Anime’s Release Date Pushed Back To 2021