The creatures of the night stalk the streets of 1930’s Tokyo in Sirius the Jaeger, an upcoming original TV anime about a young werewolf seeking to avenge the slaughter of his clan by hunting the vampires responsible.
Imperial Capital, 1930.
A strange group of people carrying musical instrument cases landed on Tokyo station.
They are called the “Jaegers”, who came to hunt vampires.
Amongst them, there stood a young man with striking serenity and unusual aura.
His name is Yuliy, a werewolf whose home village was destroyed by vampires.
Yuliy and the Jaegers engage in deadly battle over a mysterious holy arc only known as “The Arc of Sirius”.
What truth awaits them at the end…?
With eternal affinity and spiral of conspiracy entwine, the highly anticipated action-thriller anime begins
Sirius the Jaeger hits Japanese TV in July of 2018.
the Japanese poster for Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs,” drawn by “Akira” creator Katsuhiro Otomo. Says Otomo: “When I first saw Isle of Dogs, I thought it might be difficult to make a poster that would add something to the … Continue reading →
Ranma 1/2 Limited Time Cafe Opens In Five Cites, Japan in celebrating the 30th anniversary of one of Rumiko Takahashi’s most popular manga.
The GUEST cafe&diner has some branches across Japan and it always features animation characters, game characters and celebrities. The cafes”s collaborating with a popular smartphone game Monster Strike at Tokyo and Nagoya branches, rabbit shaped cute character Miffy at Sappro branch, Japanese rock band GLAY at Osaka branch and MY MELODY & KUROMI from Sanrio Inc. which created a world-wide famous character Hello Kitty at Fukuoka.
Ranma 1/2 collaboration cafe prepares some unique menus and souvenir goods like a key chain, a tote bag and hooded sweatshirt etc. And also, if customers order drinks, they can get a paper luncheon mat and a cocktail coaster per one drink.
The legendary football manga which enthusiased around the world, animation again! ! TV anime “Captain Tsubasa” Broadcast at TV Tokyo and others from April 2018!
In 1981 (Sho 56) he started serializing at “Weekly Shonen Jump” (Shueisha), and since 1983, the national football manga “Captain Tsubasa” of Mr. Yoichi Takahashi, a manga artist, Resurrect as TV animation. It was announced at a press conference held on TV Tokyo in Tokyo on the 13th. It will be broadcast in the same age from April 18.
In the new animation cartoons, Kenichi Suzumura who played the same character also in charge of Oki Tsubasa role Sanba Yuko child , Wakabayashi Susumu role when he was animated last time is in charge. In addition, Mr. Fukuhara Ayaka was played as Kaori Kaiba, Tamura Susumoto to Ishizaki Ryo, Takuya Sato to role Kojiro Hyuga, Katsuyuki Konishi to role Roberto Hongo. Director Toshiyuki Kato of “Level E” “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Diamonds Can not Break”, David Productions is engaged in animation production, drawing stories from the beginning of the original. Broadcasting is scheduled for April 2018. In comic Nathalie I will report on the schedule of today’s interview with Takahashi, Sanbi and Suzumura.
From visionary filmmakers James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. #Alita Battle Angel is in theaters July 20, 2018. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez Screenplay by: James Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis and Robert Rodriguez Based on the Graphic Novel (“Manga”) Series: “Gunnm” By Yukito Kishiro Produced by: James Cameron and Jon Landau
Rodriguez, James Cameron, and Laeta Kalogridis wrote the screenplay for the film, based on the manga series “Gunnm” by Japanese artist Yukito Kishiro. “Alita: Battle Angel” is an action-packed sci-fi story of a woman’s discovery of her own abilities and her fight for global change.
Cameron originally wrote a 186-page screenplay accompanied by 600 pages of notes and eventually shared both with Rodriguez, who tried his hand at cleaning up the draft to transform it into a shooting script. Satisfied with the result, Cameron also asked Rodriguez to direct the movie.
“Robert and I have been looking for a film to do together for years, so I was pumped when he said he wanted to do ‘Battle Angel,’” Cameron said in the 2015 announcement of the film. “He’s very collaborative and we’re already like two kids building a go-kart, just having fun riffing creatively and technically. This project is near and dear to me, and there’s nobody I trust more than Robert, with his technical virtuosity and rebel style, to take over the directing reins. We’re looking forward to learning a lot from each other while we make a kick-ass epic.”