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ADV Announces New June Titles

The thinpaks keep on coming with three old series getting re-releases in slimmer form: Divergence Eve, Sister Princess, and Wandaba Style. In addition, a new series debuts on June 13, 2006: Vermilion Pleasure Night, a non-animated Japanese sketch comedy and variety show, where The Fuccons made their debut. Volume 1 contains the first four episodes […]

"Stratos 4" Reaches for the Stars But Plummets to the Earth

Let it be known that Stratos 4 is my least favorite of the four Studio Fantasia properties I’ve watched. Stratos 4 is what I can only describe as “blah.” The plot: Mikaze is an underachieving rookie on a military base. This is no ordinary base, however; its daily mission is to send fighter pilots into […]

Things Heat Up With "Godannar Vol. 4"

Godannar may not have the religious symbolism or the angst-ridden contemplations of existence that Evangelion has, but it definitely has a higher replay value as it’s a whole lot of fun. The series is a throwback to earlier mecha series that were more about hot-blooded mecha action, especially in its tone. It’s paced in such […]

Geneon Announces New Titles For Summer

Two new series kick off Geneon’s summer: Elemental Gelade comes out on June 13, 2006 with both regular and artbox editions, while Strawberry Marshmallow (aka Ichigo Mashimaro) is set to debut a week later. Other Geneon releases include the last volumes of Tenjho Tenge and Kannazuki No Miko, along with further volumes of Kamichu, Doki […]

Domestic Is Better: StarToons' Jon McClenahan Gets Interviewed

Recently I interviewed Jon McClenahan, the founder of StarToons, one of the few fully American animation studios of the 1990s. His studio’s work included Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Histeria!, and other smaller projects. Here’s what the talented animator, director, and former truck driver (yes, it’s true!) revealed. Your name, age, current […]

FUNimation Announces New Titles For August

Two new FUNimation titles are making their debut in August: Moon Phase (alternatively titled Tsukuyomi Moon Phase) and Basilisk. The first volume of Basilisk heads to DVD on August 8, while Moon Phase appears later that month on August 29. Other FUNimation titles releasing during the month of August include further volumes of Desert Punk, […]

Viz Media Announces New Titles For Summer & Fall

Viz Media recently announced three months worth of new DVD titles, running the gamut from July to late September. To start, volumes 44 and 45 of Inu-Yasha are getting released, as well as the fourth movie and the Season 3 boxset. Other titles on the horizon include more volumes of Flame of Recca, Naruto(edited version), […]

ADV Films Announces New Titles For May

Hot off the heels of Bandai’s recent title solicitations, ADV Films has announced new DVDs for the month of May. The third volume of Divergence Eve: Misaki Chronicles wraps up the series, along with further volumes of Godannar, Kaleido Star: New Wings, Macross, Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, and Princess Tutu, among others. In addition, the […]

Bandai Announces New Titles For June

The re-packaging of older Bandai titles continues in the month of June, as Galaxy Angel, Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, Love Hina, and Banner of the Stars 2 get full series re-releases in the Anime Legends line. Other releases slated for June include the final volume of Cowboy Bebop Remix, a second volume of Eureka 7, more […]

Bandai Launches "Eureka 7" Official Site

Bandai launched the official English site for Eureka 7, a 2005-2006 mecha anime. Among the features on the site include story and character info, a trailer, wallpapers, and more. You can visit the site at the following address: http://eurekaseven.bandai-ent.com/. The first DVD volume of Eureka 7 streets on April 25th. (via Animeondvd.com)

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