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Bandai Announces March Titles and Delays

by Dukeon December 29, 2006
March brings a new title, as Bandai announces the first volume of .hack//ROOTS. The title will contain 5 episodes and will be released on March 20, 2007. The regular volume will retail for $24.98, while the Starter Set, which includes a T-shirt, artbox, CD Soundtrack, and a demo of .hack//G.U., will retail for $59.98. Bandai […]

Bandai to Distribute "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya"

by Benon December 22, 2006
According to the official North American Web site, Bandai Entertainment will release fan favorite “The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya” in the United States. No timeline for release was provided. The announcement was made accompanied by an English/Japanese streaming live-action “episode 00″ that must be seen to be believed. CORRECTION: This article’s headline originally stated that […]

Bandai Announces New February Titles

by Dr. Daedaluson November 7, 2006
Four movies are getting “Anime Movie Classics Edition” treatment from Bandai, as Escaflowne: The Movie, Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, and Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack are all being released in February at MSRPs of $19.98. The only other release announcement in this wave is Eureka Seven (vol. 6), which […]

Bandai Provides Anime to Amazon's Unbox Service

by Ed Liuon September 12, 2006
Bandai will be providing anime content for Amazon.com’s newly unveiled “Unbox” service, which provides high-quality downloadable video content over broadband connections. Among the titles to be available from Unbox are Eureka SeveN, Escaflowne, Witch Hunter Robin, and several Mobile Suit Gundam titles. Launched on Thursday, September 7, Amazon’s Unbox service already includes a variety of […]

Bandai Announces New December Titles

by Dr. Daedaluson September 11, 2006
Four Bandai titles are set for December releases: Eureka 7 (vol. 5; also available in limited edition), Fantastic Children (vol. 6), IGPX (vol. 7), and Magical Meow Meow Taruto Complete Collection. [Source: AnimeOnDVD]

Bandai Warns Against Illegal Fansubs

by Ed Liuon August 23, 2006
Bandai Entertainment has issued a press release warning anime fandom against illegal fansubs and pirated copies of their titles, focusing on the upcoming Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society. The statement was issued due to several fan sites publicly declaring their intent to distribute fansubs of Solid State Society after it is released in […]

Bandai Announces New November Titles

by Dr. Daedaluson August 11, 2006
The complete collections keep on coming as Bandai is set to release full series boxsets of Mars Daybreak and Planetes for $49.98 each, as well as an Anime Legends collection of Please Twins for $39.98. In addition, the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Movie Trilogy box, priced at $39.98, will be released as well. Single disc […]

OTAKON 2006: Bandai Reveals "Fighting Fairy Girl"

by Dukeon August 7, 2006
At Bandai’s Premiere Video Reel, the company showed off one of its newest, previously unreleased titles, entitled Fighting Fairy Girl: Rescue Me, Mave-chan! The main star is a young boy named Rei, a typical loser who has finally worked up the courage to attend an anime convention (this one featuring Yukikaze and Stratos 4). There, […]

SDCC: Bandai Reconfirms Anime Expo Announcements (Updated)

by Karl Olsonon July 20, 2006
Bandai’s Ken Iyadomi and Robert Napton spoke to a packed panel room today at the San Diego Comic-Con. Basically, it was pretty much the same info as AX: .hack//roots, the Cutie Honey live action film, and The Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex films including Solid State Society were all reconfirmed while Mai-OTOME and […]

Bandai Announces New October Titles

by Dr. Daedaluson July 17, 2006
Dan Doh!! The Super Shot will be seeing a complete collection release on October 10th. In addition, three series from Bandai’s library will be getting Anime Legends complete collections: Please Teacher, s-Cry-ed, and Witch Hunter Robin. Finally, October brings the fourth volumes of Eureka Seven and Fantastic Children, as well as volume five of IGPX: […]