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"Vandread": Machine a Trois

Long ago, the gender wars escalated to a new height. Women have taken the planet Mejere, and men rule Taraak. Worlds collide when Hibiki’s theft of a Vanguard causes his male friends, an empty warship, and a female-staffed pirate ship to get sucked off to the Delta Quadrant … or just another part of space. […]

Bandai Delays "Gurren Lagann," "Ghost Slayers Ayashi," "Freedom" DVDs

New information from a variety of vendors reveal that Bandai Entertainment has pushed back the release dates of several DVDs: Gurren Lagann Part 3 (original release date March 17, 2009, new release date May 5, 2009) Ghost Slayers Ayashi Part 2 (original release date April 7, 2009, new release date May 5, 2009) Freedom DVD […]

Bandai Entertainment Announces New June Titles Including "Kurokami"

Kurokami: The Animation, a Sunrise production, makes its region 1 DVD debut with a Part 1 collection on 6/16/09 for $39.98. It runs 200 minutes. Sword of the Stranger also debuts on the same day in both DVD ($24.98) and Blu-ray versions ($39.98). Both run 102 minutes. Finally, Eureka Seven will be getting complete collection […]

"Shonen Onmyouji" Vols. 3 and 4: Why We Don't Have Geneon to Kick Around Anymore ...

Shonen Onmyouji is a cheap-looking, feather-light series populated by cardboard characters, with all the appeal of an Ashlee Simpson concert without the lip-synching, lights or pyrotechnics. It’s the kind of thing you get when no one cares or spends any money on a show. It’s the kind of thing that helps explain why we don’t […]

"Nerima Daikon Brothers" Box Is Anime for the Neck Downwards

Nerima Daikon Brothers may be the stupidest TV show I’ve ever seen, and that is absolutely not intended as an insult. As David St. Hubbins said in This is Spinal Tap, “It’s such a fine line between stupid and clever,” but the 12 episodes of Nerima Daikon Brothers are so relentlessly, unapologetically stupid that the […]

Bandai Entertainment Licenses "Lucky Star" OAV

At Wondercon 2009, Bandai Entertainment announced they have licensed the Lucky Star OAV. Released in 2008, the 42-minute episode consists of short vignettes starring the characters from the TV series. [Source: Anime News Network ]

Bandai Entertainment Announces New May Titles Including "Gundam 00"

The latest Mobile Suit Gundam series, 00, makes its DVD debut on 5/19/09 in both regular ($39.98) and special edition ($49.98) sets. The runtime for both versions is 225 minutes, or nine episodes. Additional May releases include: * FLAG DVD Collection (Anime Legends): 5/5/09 – $39.98 * Zegapain DVD Collection (Anime Legends): 5/5/09 – $49.98 […]

NYCC2009: VIZ Media Panel Report

Hosting the VIZ Media panel at the 2009 New York Comic Con was Mark Chang and Candice Vyloan, presenting a combination of manga and anime-related news and announcements. New information was relatively light, but there were a few surprises and one big announcement near the end of the panel. Stan Lee and Hiroyuki Takei’s Ultimo […]

"Code Geass" Episodes On Bandai's YouTube Channel

Bandai Entertainment is currently hosting numerous episodes of Code Geass on their official YouTube channel, in both English and Japanese languages. Trailers of new releases, such as Akira (Blu-ray) and Ghost Slayers Ayashi, are also available. [Source: YouTube: Bandai Entertainment ]

PR: Updated Information about "Yatterman" World Premiere @ NYCC

UPDATED INFORMATION ABOUT YATTERMAN’S WORLD PREMIERE NEW YORK COMIC CON, SUBWAY CINEMA, AND NIKKATSU PRESENT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT TAKASHI MIIKE AND SHO SAKURAI’S NYCC APPEARANCES Norwalk, CT, February 3, 2009: New York Comic Con (NYCC) revealed earlier in the month that maverick Japanese director Takashi Miike and superstar actor and pop star Sho Sakurai will […]

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