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Dragon Ball Super Premieres On Toonami January 7

by Peter Paltridgeon December 7, 2016
After a hiatus of decades (barring the occasional feature film), Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball series is finally continuing its story in Dragon Ball Super. The anime began broadcasting in Japan last summer, and fans have been waiting for the English dub to appear on Toonami ever since. That day will come next January, the block […]

Review: “Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie” Unleashes a Super Move

by Chad Boninon December 1, 2016
Ryu is a lone wolf, wandering the world in search for the perfect fight and more power. His combat power is off the charts, and it’s the desire of Shadowlaw’s leader M. Bison to capture and corrupt him into his world-domination schemes. Ryu’s not interested in working for the psycho power in charge of this […]

Review: “Gundam Reconguista In G Complete Blu-ray Set (UK Edition)” – The Future’s Bright

by Grant Whiteon November 23, 2016
The current partnership between Sunrise and Anime Limited for Gundam in the UK was foreshadowed by the surprise licensing of Reconguista in G in 2014. One of two television series created for the franchise’s 35th anniversary, the 26-episode series saw the return of original creator Yoshiyuki Tomino as writer and director. Stewardship has been handed […]
Gundam: The Origin

Review: “Gundam The Origin IV” – Visions Of The Future, Echoes Of The Past, Lessons For Today

by Grant Whiteon November 22, 2016
What a difference six months can make. When I reviewed the third episode of The Origin, I noted how the story highlighted the simple ways that the ambitious can cultivate destructive nationalism to drive the general population. A month after that, just over half the UK population gave a live demonstration of this by voting […]

To Belong

To Belong, An LGBTQ Animation Kickstarter

by Todd Blackon November 21, 2016
Kickstarter is a crowdfunding site that allows creators from all media, and all walks of life, to try and get their dream projects funded. An interesting animation project has popped up on the site, called To Belong. Ran by Roosa Karlsson, one of the main draws of this series is that all the main characters […]

NYCC 2016: “Spice and Wolf” Creator Isuna Hasekura’s Panel

by slaion November 18, 2016
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Spice and Wolf, Yen Press invited Spice and Wolf author and creator, Isuna Hasekura, to New York Comic-Con 2016 to speak with his fans. In addition to inviting Hasekura, Yen Press released a special limited anniversary edition omnibus of the first 17 novels in the Spice and Wolf series. […]

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One Piece Film: Gold Comes To US Theaters This January

by Peter Paltridgeon November 17, 2016
Here’s something cool for One Piece fans: the latest animated feature to star the Straw Hats is coming to the big screen. For one week only and in special locations, Funimation will be screening the latest movie, One Piece Film: Gold! The Straw Hat pirates are hitting the big screen once again in an all-new […]

Pokemon Moving To Disney XD

by Peter Paltridgeon November 17, 2016
For the first time in over a decade, Pokemon is moving homes. The Pokemon Company announced today the long-running anime series would be leaving Cartoon Network and running its new season on Disney XD starting next month. This breaks an 11-year record for CN, who acquired the series from its original network home on Kids […]

Spirited Away

“Spirited Away” 15th Anniversary Theatrical Screening Event on December 4 & 5, 2016

by Ed Liuon November 15, 2016
Spirited Away: 15th Anniversary Brings Hayao Miyazaki’s Academy Award®-Winning Animated Masterpiece to U.S. Cinemas for Two Days Only The Influential Japanese Animated Feature, Along With an Exclusive Ghibli Short Film, Hits the Big Screen on December 4 and 5 in Partnership with GKIDS DENVER – November 14, 2016 – Enter an enchanted world of witches, […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2016 – Bandai & Tamashii Nations Booth Images

by Grant Whiteon November 14, 2016
Bandai once again had a strong presence at MCM London Comic Con, with both their own booth and a Tamashii Nations stand. The Bandai stand focused on both Power Rangers and Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, including exclusive merchandise for both such as a Tokyo Vinyl Megazord and an exclusive two-pack of Ladybug […]