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Sunrise announced at Anime Expo that DAISUKI.NET will be streaming 1986's Gundam ZZ. This will be first time that the third Gundam series is offered in North America. This news follows an earlier DAISUKI.NET announcement that Shonen Jump adventure series One Piece and Dragon Ball Z will be offered on the site.
Production I.G President & CEO Mitsuhisa Ishikawa acknowledged in his Anime Expo panel on Saturday that a second season of the Psycho-Pass anime is in the works. According to Ishikawa, script development and production are underway.
The psychological action series debuted in Japan last October. Funimation streamed the series as it aired in Japan, and confirmed in March that it will release the anime on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in Spring 2014.
The official website for the television anime series announced on Friday that an all-night screening event will include an "important project announcement." The event will screen the entire 22-episode series in select theaters in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Sapporo on September 6 starting at 9:00 p.m.
The announcement will be made at the Tokyo site, while the remaining screening locations will have live streaming of the announcement. The series' main cast and staff will also attend.
The anime's eighth Blu-ray Disc and DVD volumes will ship on July 26. Each disc will include an application for a random drawing that will give away free tickets to the screening event. Winners will be notified at the end of August.
"Why are you pointing your screwdrivers like that? They're scientific instruments, not water pistols." "Oh, the pointing again! They're screwdrivers! What are you going to do? Assemble a cabinet at them?" "Are you capable of speaking without flapping your hands about?" ""Timey" what? "Timey wimey"?"
The August issue of Kodansha's Monthly Young Magazine is announcing on Wednesday that Kia Asamiya will launch his new manga series Silent Möbius QD (Quadriga) in the following issue on August 12. The story will be set 17 years after Asamiya's original paranormal police manga Silent Möbius, which marks its 25th anniversary this year.
fieldy snuts wrote: It's a series about street racing focusing on drift battles down mountain passes. Not really action oriented and given it uses 1999 animation so I'm sure you can imagine how the races actually look
Oh sorry, I'm familiar with Initial D (saw footage, saw manga), just never watched the series.