Popular anime No Game No Life has released the key visuals for the new upcoming full-length movie titled No Game No Life – Zero-. Originally a light novel series by Kamiya Yuu, No Game No Life was adapted into an anime in 2014, followed by a manga adaptation serialized in Monthly Comic Alive. The movie […]
According to the card bundled in the 7th volume of the BD/DVD of the TV Anime, a movie for Kyoukai no Kanata was announced and will be premiered in Spring 2015. The Kyouto Anime ended at twelve episodes last December while we were more than happier to see the OVA of the Anime coming out recently.
At the end of the last episode of the second season of Date A Live, instead of a third season, a movie of the series was announced. For those who are disappointed with the quality of the animation of the second season, it is great news to learn that the movie quality similar to the first season is coming back.
According to the official website, the movie adaptation of Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai! was announced and will be premiered in this Fall on September 14. With a long title of Takanashi Rikka – Kai ~Gekijouban Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!~, the movie is a summary of the first season of TV Anime aired last year, as well as some extra footage you might have expected.
According to the April issue of the Smart magazine, a men’s fashion magazine, Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 3: Hangyaku no Monogatari, the third and final movie in the Madoka trilogy, will be open in Japan this summer. Due to the fact that the second movie was the last few scenes of the TV series, The third movie will be completely new material and will be a direct sequel to the series.
During he live event THE IDOLM@STER MUSIC FESTIV@L OF WINTER!! in Makuhari yesterday in Japan, the movie of TV Anime The iDOLM@STER was announced. Along with loads of related games, Manga, as well as another Robot Anime, the 26-episode TV Anime of The iDOLM@STER was aired in July 2011. The official website has updated with the new visual and PV by A-1 Pictures and you can check it out below. It will be a original story by the similar cast and staff list.
During the end of the movie of Hunter X Hunter Phantom Rouge premiered on Saturday in Japan, an announcement was made that the second movie of the series was green-lit for Anime production. The teaser featured Netero, the chairperson of the Hunters Association in an area similar to the Heaven Arena.
According to the Tweet of MAGES’s president Shikura Chiyomaru, the movie of STEINS;GATE will be premiered in Spring 2013. With a subtitle of Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu, the movie was firstly announced last year at the end of the last episode of the TV Anime. The movie was scheduled to be premiered in this Fall but it turned out to be a printing mistake. The president also pointed out that the story will be an original one.