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Have you ever despised reality to the point where you play games all day as a way of escapism? At least, you have a counterfeit family to return to in the game world. Unlike in reality where you have to deal with a broken family.
Goodnight World Netflix adaptation streamed a trailer featuring an online game called “Planet”, where a powerhouse team of four players known as “The Akabane Family” work together to vanquish monsters together, clash with other guilds, and many more.
They are a fictional team in the game while in reality, they represent a broken family. The family members include a shut-in older brother, a high-achieving younger brother, a father who is not respected by his own children, and a mother who neglects her household.
These four players are unaware of the warmth of family, as they have never experienced it in their lives. The only warmth they know comes from their online family in the game. However, they soon discover that this warmth is only temporary and that their true family is a broken one.
The anime is directed by Katsuya Kikuchi, who has previously worked on projects like “Idol Memories” and “The Royal Tutor.” Michiko Yokote is handling the writing and script supervision, while Rena Okuyama is in charge of character designs. Takatsugu Wakabayashi is responsible for composing the music, and Kuzuha will perform the opening theme song “Black Crack.” Nornis will provide the ending theme song “salvia.”
The manga was launched in 2016 by Okabe on Shogakukan’s Ura Sunday service. The first volume was released in April 2016, and the final volume was published in March 2017. Okabe will also release the prequel manga, Good Night World End, on Shogakukan’s Manga ONE website on August 1 at midnight JST.
Get ready to vanquish a horde of zombies with flying colors as corporate slave Akira breakthrough his repetitive work hell routine! Once again, Akira finds the world splashed with colors despite the zombie apocalypse happening around Japan.
There had been delays in episode releases of Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead Anime, which premiered last July 9. For example, the fourth episode aired on July 30 and got July 31 released on some streaming platforms like Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix, due to production circumstances.
This time around the fifth episode will be delayed to August 13. Instead of the previously scheduled program, a special episode called “Zom 100 Tokuban ~Zombie kara Nigekiru tame ni Junbi shitai 100 no Koto~” (Zom 100 Special Program: 100 Things You Need to Prepare to Run Away from Zombies) will instead air in Japan on Sunday, August 6 at 5:00 p.m. JST.
The anime, licensed by Viz Media for North America, Latin America, Australia, and New Zealand, premiered in Japan on July 9. It is a co-production by Viz Media, Shogakukan, and Shueisha Productions Japan. On July 9 at 5:00 a.m. EDT, the anime was available to watch on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix in the United States.
Akira Tendo, voiced by Shuichiro Umeda, is the protagonist of the anime, while Shizuka Mikazuki, played by Tomori Kusunoki, is a foreign company worker who follows a list of “100 things you must do to not become a zombie.” Kenichiro Ryuzaki is voiced by Makoto Furukawa, and Beatrix Amershauser is played by Minami Takahashi.
The anime is directed by Kazuki Kawagoe at studio BUG FILMS and assisted by Hanako Ueda. Hiroshi Seko is in charge of the scripts, Kii Tanaka is the character designer, Junpei Fukuchi is responsible for the zombie designs, Makoto Miyazaki is composing the music, Maiko Gōda is in charge of “music selection,” and dugout is responsible for sound production.
Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions Co., Ltd is producing the anime, and KANA-BOON is performing the opening theme song “Song of the Dead” and Shiyui is performing the ending theme song “Happiness of the Dead.”
Can you imagine working on those muscles and punching through life hurdles in a world where magic is supreme? Impossible, right? But not for a protagonist who proves time and again as he overpowers magic users with pure muscles and ends the first season of Mashle: Magic and Muscles with a strong punch!
Right after airing the finale episode, the official Twitter page of the anime revealed to release the second season on January 2024 and cover the most awaited Divine Visionary Selection Exam Arc. Mashle aims to become a Divine Divisionary in order to live a peaceful life with his grandfather. However, Mashle keeps making enemies along the way as he makes his strong presence known by pure incident. To prove this, the trailer further teased new faces and a new villain brewing a devious plot behind the scene.
The first season of the anime premiered in Japan last April 7. Crunchyroll streamed both Japanese and English dubs.
The staffs are as follows: Tomanari Tanaka directed the anime at A-1 Pictures, Yousuke Kuroda wrote the scripted series, Hisashi Higashijima took care of designing the characters, Masaru Yokoyama compose the music, Taiiki Okazaki performed the opening song “Knock Out”, and Philosophy no Dance performed the ending theme “Shu Cream Funk”.
The manga has a 12th compiled book volume and Shueisha published the 16th volume of the manga on April 4. Meanwhile, Viz Media’s Shonen Jump and Shueisha’s MANGA Plus respective services published the manga digitally.
Hold your horses and brace yourself as Natsume and Nyanko sensei will once again recapture our hearts in Natsume’s Book of Friends season 7!
The official website for Natsume’s Book of Friends confirmed it during their 15th-anniversary celebration, alongside streaming a video and a celebration image. The video features a series of montage recapping events from the first to the sixth season of the show. Natsume’s Book of Friends Season 6 ended last 2017 leaving eager fans for a potential continuation.
The story is centered on Natsume Takahashi who has the ability to see spirits or youkai and inherited a mysterious book from his grandmother, Reiko. Natsume previously had no idea about the book containing names of powerful spirits Reiko defeated in the past. Natsume only discovered it in his pursuit to find the truth and became friends with a might youkai Nyanko sensei. Together with his companion Nyanko-sensei, Natsume embarks on a quest to free these spirits from the book and unveil his family’s past.
The staffs for the new season are as follows: Takahiro Omori as chief director, Hideko Ito as the director, Sadayuki Murai as the scriptwriter, Akira Takata as the character designer, and Makoto Yoshimori as the music composer.
The manga of Natsume’s Book of Friends debuted in June 2023. The Natsume Yujin-cho the Moview: Ephemeral Bond premiered in September 2018. Aniplex of America screened the film at the Anime NYC convention in November 2018 and released the film on Blu-ray Disc. Natsume’s Book of Friends: The Stone Waker and the Strange Visitor movie premiered in Japan in January 2021.
I just wanted to provide an update about our second contest, which will begin on July 1st, 2023, and end on July 29th, 2023. This time we will be giving away an Oshi no Ko t-shirt along with a $30 Amazon gift card! All details, including the t-shirt, will be available once the contest begins. Thanks for tuning in everyone!
Love dark fantasy anime with dragons wreaking havoc and deranged villains plotting for your downfall at every chance they get? Then, Ragna Crimson is a must-watch for you! Bring along your friends and family with the same taste and wait for its debut this coming September 30 revealed in its trailer.
The trailer also teased the new cast including Reina Ueda as Ultimatia, Takehito Koyasu as Grymwelte, Shunsuke Takeuchi as Disas Trois, Kōzō Shioya as Temruogtaf, Yoshihito Sasaki as Michael, Takashi Matsuyama as King Femud, and Nobutoshi Canna as Future Ragna and the additional staff members including Art Director: Asuka Komiyama (Cosmo Project), Color Design: Taeko Mizuno (Studio Road), Director of Photography: Atsushi Satō (Studio Shamrock), 3D Director: Makoto Endō (Tri-Slash), Editing: Kentarou Tsubone (REAL-T), Sound Director: Fumiyuki Go, and Music: Kōji Fujimoto (Sus4 Inc.) / Osamu Sasaki.
The story is set in a dystopian future where the world has been ravaged by a mysterious disease known as the Red Eye Virus, a few survivors struggle to eke out a living in the ruins of civilization. The group of survivors known as the Ragna Crimson squad is tasked with hunting down and eliminating the remaining infected individuals. The squad is led by a skilled and ruthless warrior named Ragna Crimson, who is determined to protect the remaining survivors and restore order to the world.
As the story progresses, the squad encounters a variety of challenges and obstacles, including other groups of survivors who are not always friendly, and the harsh realities of living in a post-apocalyptic world. They also uncover secrets about the origins of the Red Eye Virus and the true nature of the world they live in.
Have you heard of Kimetsu No Yaiba opening song “Gurenge”? Wonder who was behind those power vocals giving you a strong punch? It’s no other than LiSA! And once again, she showcased her raspy voice singing the background song in the Japanese trailer of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.
LiSA shared her adoration for Gwen, a cute yet strong Spider-woman, and singing the theme song for the Japanese dub was a great honor for her. She hoped fans would enjoy “REALize” as the heroes burst across the screen.
The story centered on Miles Morales, who reunited with Gwen Stacy, only to be catapulted across the multiverse and met a number of Spidermen in charge of protecting its very existence. Faced with an adversary, the heroes clashed over handling a threat. Miles found himself in a quandary, voicing his refusal to sacrifice the people he loves for the sake of millions of others. He must redefine the meaning of a hero with what he believes in.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse follows the events of the 2018 computer-animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It is set to premiere in the United States on June 2 and in Japan on June 16.
The main cast for the Japanese dub film is Miles Morales voiced by Kensho Ono, Gwen Stacy voiced by Aoi Yuki, Peter B. Parker voiced by Mamoru Miyano, and Miguel O’hara voiced by Tomokazu Seki.
The first film was inspired by anime and featured the work of Japanese animators and took home an Academy Award in 2018. The film’s creators including directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman, as well as producer Phil Lord, have hinted that the sequel will include a nod to Toei’s Spider-Man.
Have you noticed the anime trend focusing on cooking gruesome-looking creatures making you question your taste buds whilst in real life you’ll probably vomit everything you just have had? Just like in this fresh anime, Delicious in Dungeon!
Set out to rescue their lost team member, a group of adventurers must sustain themselves by eating anything available throughout the journey. After losing all their provisions and money to a dragon attack, the party must find a way to survive without any resources. Laios, the young adventurer, has a clever idea: to eat the monsters they encounter in the dungeon. From slimes to basilisks, mimics, and even dragons, nothing is off-limits to these dungeon-crawling gourmands.
The teaser promotional video for Studio Trigger’s anime adaptation of Ryōko Kui’s Delicious in Dungeon (Dungeon Meshi) manga was streamed by Kadokawa. The video revealed the main cast and staff for the show, along with the anime’s premiere date of January 2024 and a new teaser visual.
The series is known for its unique premise, charming characters, and vibrant art style. The anime cast includes Kentaro Kumagai as Laois, Sayaka Senbongi as Marcille, Asuna Tomari as Chilchuck, and Hiroshi Naka as Senshi.
The anime adaptation of Ryōko Kui’s Delicious in Dungeon (Dungeon Meshi) manga is being directed by Yoshihiro Miyajima, who previously worked on SSSS.Dynazenon film and SSSS.Gridman. Kimiko Ueno is serving as the series script supervisor, while Naoki Takeda is designing the characters and Yasunori Mitsuda is composing the music.
The Delicious in Dungeon (Dungeon Meshi) manga was created by Ryōko Kui and began serialization in Kadokawa’s Harta magazine in February 2014. The manga has since published 12 volumes, with the latest being released in August 2022. In September 2021, it was announced that the series was coming to a conclusion.
Excited to see the Tokyo Revengers Season 2 live-action? Check out its trailer featuring the crybaby hero Hanagaki Takemichi as he delved into the past to prevent the deaths of his beloved, Hinata Tachibana, and his friends.
The teaser background music “Hakanakunai” played as Tokyo Manji Gang and Valhalla clashed with Mikey dropping to his knees. Tokyo Manji Gang was on the verge of losing their spirit when the Takemichi shouted from the top of his lungs refusing to give up.
In the middle of the commotion, Keisuke Baji revealed his loyalty to Tokyo Maji Gang. He never betrayed them. Joining Valhalla was a camouflage to kill Kisaki Tetta. Chifuyu Matsuno, the vice-captain of the first division, had his suspicion and turned out to be true. Same with Takemichi who wanted to prevent Baji’s death only to fail miserably. Baji left Mikey and Kazutora with deep regrets.
The second sequel live-action also unveiled a new visual Chi no Halloween -Kessen- (Bloody Halloween – Decisive Battle). The first sequel film Chi no Halloween -Unmei- (Bloody Halloween -fate) aired on April 21, while the second film will air on June 30.
The cast includes Takumi Kitamura as Takemichi Hanagaki, Ryo Yoshizawa as Mikey and Yuki Yamada as Draken, Kento Nagayama as Keisuke Baji, Nijjiro Murakami as Kazutora Hanemiya, and Mahiro Takasugi as Chifuyu Matsuno, and other returning casts.
Tokyo Revengers is a Ken Wakui manga that soon skyrocketed in popularity following its debut in weekly shonen with 70 million copies sold by February 2023. The first film’s final box office revenue of 45 billion yen.