Posts Tagged ‘FUNimation’
FUNimation announced that it has distribution, manufacturing, marketing, and sales rights to many recent Geneon titles. They plan to release the following: –Black Lagoon & The Second Barrage –Elemental Gelade –Ergo Proxy –Familiar of Zero, The –Fate/Stay Night –Hellsing Ultimate –Kamichu –Karin –Kyo Kara Maoh! (Season 2) –Law of Ueki, The –Lyrical Nanoha –Paradise Kiss […]
Xebec’s 26-episode sci-fi mecha anime series Heroic Age has been licensed by FUNimation. Its official site can be viewed here, which includes a teaser trailer. The series is expected to be released in spring 2009. [ AnimeOnDVD.com ]
FUNimation has licensed the anime series Big Windup!, known as Ookiku Furikabutte in Japan. The baseball-themed series ran for 26 episodes in 2007. They’ve posted a website for viewing, though no release date is yet set. [Source: FUNimation.com ]
(Updated 5/27/08) Numerous complete collections are set for August releases: * Afro Samurai (Re-release): 8/26/08 – $12.98 (Spike) ; $24.98 (Director’s Cut) ; $29.98 (Blu-ray) . * Kodocha Season 2 Box Set: 8/5/08 – $49.98 * Rumbling Hearts (Viridian collection): 8/19/08 – $29.98 * Sasami Season 1: 8/12/08 – $39.98 * School Rumble Season 1: […]
During their industry panel at Anime Central in Chicago today, Senior Events Manager Adam Sheehan announced the licensing of Gonzo’s animated re-imagining of the classic Shakespeare play, with a planned release over two 12-episode sets beginning in the spring of 2009.
The currently-running shonen anime series D.Gray-man has been licensed by FUNimation, and is slated for a 2009 release. The official website can be viewed here. [Source: FUNimation.com ]
The final title in the week-long string of license announcements by FUNimation is Shigurui, a 12-episode martial arts series from Madhouse, set in the Edo era. Its official website can be viewed here . [Source: FUNimation.com ]
The latest license in the week-long string of FUNimation announcements is Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry (also known as Soukou No Strain), a sci-fi series from Studio Fantasia loosely based on A Little Princess. The 2006-2007 series is expected to be released in March 2009. The preliminary site can be viewed here. [Source: FUNimation.com ]
FUNimation has announced that they have licensed the second season of Gunslinger Girl for the United States. The show is scheduled for a debut in 2009.
FUNimation has announced the acquisition of the license for KenIchi, an anime series about a bullied schoolboy who meets a girl named Miu and, through her friendship, becomes the disciple of six powerful masters of the martial arts. The series will be released in January 2009.