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ANIME FANS! Eureka Seven Theatrical Screening
Sep 4, 2009 by Comic Book Movie

It's rare to get the opportunity to see anime on the big screen, but theaters across America will be showing Japan's latest animated feature, Eureka Seven - Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers one night only, September 24th!

NCM Fathom and Bandai Entertainment team up again for Eureka Seven - Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers, a futuristic tale straight from Japan about mankind vs. the machine, in a special one-night event on Thursday, September 24th at 7:30 p.m. local time. This unique theater event (English dubbed) will feature an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Eureka Seven - Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Loversat studio BONES ("Sword of the Starnger" and "Fullmetal Alchemist") as well as never-before-seen interviews with several English voice actors including Johnny Bosch (Renton) and Stephanie Sheh (Eureka), audio director Tony Oliver (Robotech, Gurren Lagann) and director Tomoki Kyoda who explains the bold new vision and the "regeneration" of the Eureka Seven storyline.

Anime Review: The Slayers
Sep 4, 2009 by Escapist Magazine

Some anime series are so old they are new again. The first season of Slayers, aptly titled The Slayers, first popped into retail shelves on VHS tapes during the late 90s when commercially available anime was limited. Now in the 21st century, a new generation of anime fans can visit the classic series on shinier and cheaper DVDs while veteran fans can revisit The Slayers and reminisce that "boy, they don't make anime like this any more!" ...

Comics AM | The comics Internet in two minutes
Sep 4, 2009 by Comic Book Resources

[National Post, The Associated Press] Publishing | With the dismantling of anime distributor and manga publisher AD Vision complete, a blogger checks on the ...

The adventures of the Hakaida Squad (part 1 of 2)
Sep 4, 2009 by Honolulu Star-Bulletin

Back in July, a group from Hawaii entered Anime Expo’s Masquerade and performed a little skit as members of the Hakaida Squad — a performance that ultimately earned them the convention’s Master Craftsmanship award. You can watch a video of their performance right here. Among the participants was Oahu Anime Explorer president Kell Komatsubara; I’m pleased to present part 1 of his essay about the experience here. As for part 2? You’ll have to wait until early next week for that. Oh, the suspense! ...

Sep 4, 2009 by Active Anime (press release)

San Francisco, CA and Tokyo, Japan (September 4, 2009) ‹Crunchyroll and Media International Corporation (MICO) partner to bring the epic fantasy anime BEAST PLAYER ERIN, based on the novels by legendary fantasy writer Nahoko Uehashi, to Crunchyroll. More information can be found at www.crunchyroll.com/erin...

Sep 4, 2009 by Active Anime (press release)

To start off, let’s throw it out there that this film was directed by Katsushiro Otomo – same famed director of movies like Akira and Steam Boy. I was actually quite surprised to learn that he had taken on this project, but here it is in the flesh, and it’s a wonderful movie. While most live action movies adapted from anime/manga are not always very good, or tend to use heavy amounts of CG to make everything in the film work, Mushi-Shi: The Movie is an ethereal, atmosphere-soaked piece of work that shows the brilliant Katsushiro Otomo at his best. The storyline is fairly fragmented as it explains the protagonists' history, but the eerie plot and hauntingly lush backdrop of medieval Japan make this an exquisite piece of work, with a subtle tinge of horror.

Into its fourth weekend, 'Ponyo' still strong, still in northern ...
Sep 4, 2009 by Examiner.com

Miyazaki masterfully spins an imaginative and visually creative tale with something to offer children and adults, anime fans and general audiences alike. ...

Little one has Big dreams
Sep 3, 2009 by AsiaOne

To help connect with the students, teachers Preston Tan, 44, Ian Ang, 30, and Fabian Loh, 32, came to school as Japanese anime characters. Said Mr Tan: 'We wanted to bridge the gap between teachers and pupils and let them know we can have fun too. The pupils are interested in Japanese anime.'

Fate/Unlimited Codes Review
Sep 4, 2009 by IGN

September 4, 2009 - When I originally saw the Fate/stay night anime, I was quite intrigued. After all, the idea of mages waging war against ...

Mechwarrior trailer under scrutiny from Robotech licensor
Sep 4, 2009 by Neoseeker

The name should be familiar to anime fans, as the company was reponsible for the Robotech cartoon series. Robotech was created by merging and adapting three ...
By A.S. on Sep 6, 2009
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