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Lupin The 3rd Italian Game Special To Premiere At Anime Expo

by Peter Paltridgeon June 22, 2017
TMS Entertainment has announced a special screening of a new Lupin the 3rd special, The Italian Game, will take place in Los Angeles during next month’s Anime Expo. In addition voice actress Charlet Chung and voice actor Jonny Cruz will attend as special guests, and free T-shirts with art with art by Hisao Yokobori will be […]
attack on titan

Attack On Titan Will Get A Third Season In 2018

by Peter Paltridgeon June 19, 2017
Attack On Titan aired the last episode of its second season in Japan on Saturday, and at the very end of the broadcast, viewers were treated to a teaser announcing a third season was in production. The subbed anime is also simulcast on Crunchyroll and Funimation’s streaming service, and American viewers got the same trailer. […]

E3 2017: Dragon Ball Z FighterZ Announced

by Peter Paltridgeon June 11, 2017
A new Dragon Ball Z game was revealed during today’s Microsoft press conference at E3. Bandai has enlisted Arc System Works to create their next Toriyama Land brawler, Dragon Ball Z FighterZ. It’s a 2D fighting game that uses 3D models and three-on-three character matches. Arc did an impressive job recreating all the flashy energy […]

Review: “Snow White with the Red Hair” Season One DVD/Blu-ray Is Pleasantly Progressive

by Neo Yion June 9, 2017
In an ever chaotic world where fear and cynical nihilism rule the media as the common narrative, it’s getting harder to pick out the optimistic, soft-hearted shows out there. Understandably, the doom-and-gloom is a product of people’s behaviors, especially in these trying times, and while I enjoy numerous quality products based on this line of […]

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There Could Be A Live-Action Version Of Cowboy Bebop

by Peter Paltridgeon June 6, 2017
Shinichiro Watanabe’s Cowboy Bebop is arguably the pinnacle of Japanese animated entertainment. It’s got very appealing characters, a top-notch narrative, stellar animation, and one of the choicest soundtracks of any cartoon ever. Despite being just 26 episodes long, it ran in an endless loop on Adult Swim for over a decade, from 2001 until 2014. […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2017 – Tatsuma Minamikawa & Yohei Ito Interview

by Grant Whiteon June 4, 2017
Director Tatsuma Minamikawa and producer Yohei Ito attended MCM London Comic Con as the guests of Anime Limited to promote the new film Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, based on the world famous manga and its anime adaptation. Toonzone News had the opportunity to sit down with both guests and talk about this cinematic adventure.   […]

hunter X hunter

Hunter X Hunter Manga Ends Its Hiatus Next Month

by Peter Paltridgeon May 31, 2017
Readers of Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter Hunter are well familiar with the artist’s frequent breaks from the manga, mainly due to chronic back pain. He last worked on the series nearly a year ago and went on break last June. Now it looks like more is coming at last. “I can now officially announce that H […]
little witch academia

Little Witch Academia Premieres On Netflix June 30

by Peter Paltridgeon May 26, 2017
Netflix has announced they will be the exclusive streaming home of Studio Trigger’s Little Witch Academia television series, and the first season will begin showing up there by the end of next month. It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Netflix holds the rights, as they currently offer the two preceding shorts starring the characters. Little Witch […]

Garo

Review: “Garo: The Animation Season 1 Part 2” – Lock Up the Wolves

by Weathermanon May 26, 2017
When we last saw the Makai Knights in Garo: The Animation Season 1 Part 1, things were good and not so good. The villainous Mendoza had been deposed, though neither easily nor cheaply. German has left to continue his work cleaning up the last of the Horrors, Ema is just plain gone, and poor Alphonso […]
Garo

Review: “Garo: The Animation Season 1 Part 1” – Neon Knights

by Weathermanon May 25, 2017
Garo: The Animation concerns itself with one Leon Luis, orphan son of a witch (the magic using kind, not the generally-unpleasant-woman kind). Leon has issues. So so so many issues. He has no home, no friends, no living mom, and no actual dad. All he does have is a somewhat hedonistic guardian named German Luis. […]