FUNimation has acquired North American rights to Basilisk, a 24-episode anime series produced by Gonzo Digimation, AWN reports, citing ICv2.com. Set in the early 17th Century, the series mixes aspects of the ninja and horror genre with a Romeo & Juliet-like romance between the leaders of two mutant ninja clans.
FUNimation Productions — the company that has brought Dragonball Z, Fullmetal Alchemist, and other anime properties to America — has launched their latest website, this time for Baki The Grappler. Located at www.bakithegrappler.com, the site features cast lists, voice actor interviews, the opening theme, trailers, and more.
The entire FUNimation representative crew turned out in cosplay to screen the first three episodes of Gunslinger Girl at SakuraCon last week, with the brand manager dressing as Henrietta, complete with violin case. The dub of that series, by the way, is outstanding–nay, breathtaking. A limited Gunslinger Girl starter set will include a 24″ x […]
FUNimation plans to release one Lupin movie every two months in 2005, the company said today, with Dead or Alive scheduled for release on February 22. FUNimation has also recently updated its LupinThe3rd website. Separately, Animated Bliss reports that FUNimation will release Dragon Ball Z: Great Saiyaman Starter Set to DVD on March 15 with […]
FUNimation Productions has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to Chorion’s preschool series Noddy, the companies announced today. The series, which is based on a series of best-selling books by Enid Blyton, will make its debut on PBS Kids in July 2005. FUNimation is also the master licensor for Noddy in North America and will feature […]