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Tite Kubo Draws Bleach Crossover Visual with Loki TV Series

[ad_1] Manga artist Tite Kubo drew an illustration of Bleach villain Aizen to promote the Loki TV series. Aizen is drawn in a similar pose to Loki in the show’s poster to emphasize the similarities in their traitorous and conniving personalities. Loki premiered on the Disney+ streaming service on June 9. The story is set…

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Peach Boy Riverside Anime Airing Out of Chronological Order

[ad_1] If, like some of our own critics, you found yourself confused by the events in the first episode of Peach Boy Riverside, it’s not your fault. The anime series is airing out of chronological order—that is not the order the events happen in Coolkyoushinja and Johanne‘s original manga. According to an interview with director…

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Gal & Dino Creator’s Sayonara, High School Manga Gets Live-Action Show

[ad_1] Masaki Nishigaki directs show about class caste system starring Aran Abe Moriko Mori (Gal & Dino) revealed on Twitter on Thursday that his Sayonara, High School manga is inspiring a live-action show. Masaki Nishigaki is directing the series, and writing the script. TUFF STUFF and T-ME are planning and producing the show. The show…

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Guide to the Perfect Otaku Girlfriend: Roomies and Romance Volume 1

[ad_1] Like an otaku making snap judgements about a gyaru girl, it can be easy to go into Guide to the Perfect Otaku Girlfriend: Roomies and Romance Volume thinking you know what to expect. These fixer-upper fantasies about a cute girl coming into your life to help teach you how to pick up girls have…

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Tezuka Productions Head Responds to Backlash Regarding Olympic Committee’s Use of Anime Characters

[ad_1] “The contract was signed at a time when nobody could have imagined the threat of coronavirus.” Last week, the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) issued a series of tweets promoting the Tokyo Olympic Games using quotes attributed to characters from various anime series, including Astro Boy, Sailor Moon, and Crayon Shin-chan. As public opposition to…

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Report: Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds Game Topped US$100 Million Faster Than Pokémon Go Did

[ad_1] Mobile app data analysis organization Sensor Tower reported on Wednesday that Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, Netmarble‘s smartphone game based on Level 5‘s Ni no Kuni game series, reached over US$100 million in revenue during its first 11 days. The game reached this milestone faster than Niantic‘s Pokémon GO, which did so in 12…

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‘So I’m a Spider, So What?’ CG Assistant Addresses Production Issues Around Delayed Finale

[ad_1] “The outsourced animation on multiple episodes completely broke down, and Millepensee had to redo it all from scratch.” Naoya Fukushi, who served as a CG assistant at Tengu Kobo on the So I’m a Spider, So What? (Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?) anime, took to Twitter last Friday to explain the show’s production issues…

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Amazon Prime Video to Stream Final Evangelion Film on August 13

[ad_1] Amazon Prime Video announced on Thursday that it will exclusively stream Evangelion: 3.0+1.01: Thrice Upon A Time (Shin Evangelion Gekijō-ban :||), the new version of the “final” Evangelion film, worldwide (except Japan) on August 13. The company streamed a trailer: Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 is the new version of Evangelion: 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time, and…

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Kodansha Comics Licenses The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse, Island in a Puddle, More Manga

[ad_1] Also: A Galaxy Next Door, Phantom of the Idol, Wandance, Welcome Back, Alice, Devil Ecstasy Kodansha Comics announced on Wednesday that it has licensed the following manga and books. These titles will launch in spring 2022, and they will all get physical releases. Title: The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the ApocalypseCreator: Nakaba…