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SDCC 2017: Two Minute Preview Of Netflix’s Death Note

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2017
Netflix’s live-action movie adaption of Death Note will be released in about a month, and a new clip from the feature made its debut at SDCC this afternoon. As some have guessed, this is not an exact recreation of the Death Note manga, but a retelling with the basic plot points in a new setting […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2017 – Tatsuma Minamikawa & Yohei Ito Interview

by Grant Whiteon June 4, 2017
Director Tatsuma Minamikawa and producer Yohei Ito attended MCM London Comic Con as the guests of Anime Limited to promote the new film Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, based on the world famous manga and its anime adaptation. Toonzone News had the opportunity to sit down with both guests and talk about this cinematic adventure.   […]

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Hunter X Hunter Manga Ends Its Hiatus Next Month

by Peter Paltridgeon May 31, 2017
Readers of Yoshihiro Togashi’s Hunter Hunter are well familiar with the artist’s frequent breaks from the manga, mainly due to chronic back pain. He last worked on the series nearly a year ago and went on break last June. Now it looks like more is coming at last. “I can now officially announce that H […]

Veronica Taylor, Original Voice Of Ash Ketchum, To Attend MCM London Comic Con May 2017

by Grant Whiteon April 10, 2017
She voiced the hero of a generation kids in the late 90s, voicing Pokemon’s master in training Ash Ketchum as he ventured through regions including Kanto, the Orange Islands and Johto. Now voice actress Veronica Taylor sets out on a new quest  to earn the MCM badge at the ExCel in London this May. Veronica’s […]

Anime Limited Gets To Burning A UK Blu-ray Release For ‘Martian Successor Nadesico’

by Grant Whiteon February 6, 2017
Anime Limited have announced they will be producing a Blu-ray boxset for 90’s mecha satire Martian Successor Nadesico. Future Earth finds itself outclassed by the invading robotic armies of the Jovian Lizards. In response the arms manufacturer Nergal Heavy Industries independently produces a state of the art battleship, the Nadesico. The ship is staffed by […]

Naoko Yamada To Attend Glasgow Film Festival Screening Of ‘A Silent Voice’

by Grant Whiteon February 6, 2017
Director Naoko Yamada will be making a rare appearance outside of Japan to discuss her latest film A Silent Voice after a screening to be held by Anime Limited. Occurring at the Glasgow Film Festival Thursday 23rd February, Yamada (whose credits include K-On! and Tamako Market) will discuss with noted anime historian Jonathan Clements the […]

NYCC 2016: “Spice and Wolf” Creator Isuna Hasekura’s Panel

by slaion November 18, 2016
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Spice and Wolf, Yen Press invited Spice and Wolf author and creator, Isuna Hasekura, to New York Comic-Con 2016 to speak with his fans. In addition to inviting Hasekura, Yen Press released a special limited anniversary edition omnibus of the first 17 novels in the Spice and Wolf series. […]

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New Pokemon Adventures Coming From Viz

by Peter Paltridgeon August 30, 2016
Viz Media, longtime publishers of the Pokemon manga, are bringing two new books to market this fall. The first is a sequel to the Ruby and Sapphire adaption manga, featuring the return of Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald as they attempt to save the world from an oncoming meteor. There’s also the Pokemon Pocket Comics Box […]

“Gundam” Leads The Charge For Loot Anime’s SQUADRON Crate

by Grant Whiteon July 6, 2016
Loot Anime, the anime focused avenue of the popular Loot Crate subscription service, have announced their next theme to be ‘SQUADRON”. This means a focus on the various elite squads of Japanese animation with exclusive products inside to draw from the likes of Mobile Suit Gundam, GATE, Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon and Arpeggio of Blue […]