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"Appleseed Ex Machina" is Satsifying Sci-Fi Cheese

by Ed Liuon March 16, 2008
It’s no secret by now that computer graphics have changed the way animation is made, from the use of computer effects to enhance hand-drawn animation to the fully CGI-animated movies taking over the multiplexes. CGI has even spawned its own sub-genres, from the fully rendered movies of Pixar and DreamWorks to the Flash animators of […]

Updated: Bandai Entertainment and Kadokawa USA Announce "Lucky Star" Vol. 1

by Classic Speedyon March 13, 2008
The first volume of Lucky Star, the 2007 anime comedy series from Kyoto Animation, has been announced by Bandai Entertainment and Kadokawa Pictures USA. It will be released on 5/6/08 for $29.98 (regular edition) or $64.98 (limited edition w/artbox). It runs 100 minutes. [Source: RightStuf ] Update: The 24-episode series about a high school girl […]

Bandai Entertainment Announces New May Titles Including "Galaxy Angel S"

by Classic Speedyon March 11, 2008
Galaxy Angel S, a 25 minute special, will be released on 5/6/08 for the low price of $9.98. Superior Defender Gundam Force will be getting an Anime Legends complete collection on 5/20/08 for $49.98. Finally, a few further volumes of the following are all expected on 5/20/08: * Di Gi Charat Nyo! vol. 7: 100 […]

Media Blasters Announces New May Titles Including "Beast King GoLion"

by Classic Speedyon February 27, 2008
Media Blasters will debut Beast King GoLion (aka Voltron) vol. 1 on 5/27/08 for $34.99. It runs 396 minutes. In collection news, both Kirameki Project and Mirage of Blaze will be getting complete collections. Kirameki will be released on 5/6/08 for $19.99, and Blaze will be released on 5/20/08 for $34.99. In addition, volume 2 […]

"Dragonball Z": The Past and the Future Collide in the Present

by Dukeon February 20, 2008
Back when FUNimation started dubbing Dragonball Z in-house, they soon realized that the franchise was popular enough to support additional releases. Soon after, they put out two specials, The History of Trunks and Bardock: The Father of Goku. Now, these ancient releases have come back in remastered form. In The History of Trunks, we get […]

Bandai Visual USA Announces New Hi-Def Title "Yukikaze"

by Ed Liuon January 31, 2008
Bandai Visual USA has announced a high-definition remastering of the Japanese OVA Yukikaze, scheduled for release in a 3 Blu-ray disc set on April 8, 2008. The series was produced by Studio GONZO an dfocuses on hotshot pilot Rei Fukai and an interstellar war with the alien race known as JAM. Read the full press […]

Bandai Entertainment Announces New April Titles Including "SEED Destiny Final Plus"

by Classic Speedyon January 30, 2008
Some new titles have been announced by Bandai Entertainment for April 2008. Most notably, numerous series are being re-released in Anime Legends complete collection form, all on 4/1/08: * Dan Doh! Complete Collection: 650 min. – $49.98 * Magical Meo Meow Taruto Complete Collection: 300 min. – $39.98 * Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Collection 1: […]

*Vroom Vroom* "Ergo Proxy Vol. 5" Cuts Down Some Plot Trees

by Weathermanon January 16, 2008
When we last left our crew of wanderers, they had just begun the trip back to Mosk, Vincent’s home town, to try to find some answers. And as Volume 5 of Ergo Proxy starts up, the answers begin to fly fast and furious. We meet some new characters, find out some important details about Vincent, […]

Media Blasters Announces New April Titles Including "Kujibiki Unbalance"

by Classic Speedyon January 15, 2008
The first volume of Kujibiki Unbalance, a 2006 series based on the show-within-a-show from Genshiken, will be released on 4/29/08 for $21.99. It runs 125 minutes. In addition, Simoun‘s third volume comes out 4/8/08 for $19.99. It also runs 125 minutes. [Source: RightStuf ]

Bandai Entertainment Confirms Recall on 4 DVDs

by Weathermanon January 10, 2008
Due to an error at their DVD duplicator, Bandai Entertainment has recalled Gundam Seed Destiny #12, Eureka 7 # 11, Flag #2 and My-Otome #4. The DVDs have already been replaced at retail stores. Starting on January 17th, Bandai Entertainment will have a link on their website for people who already purchased the defective discs […]