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One Punch Man Artist Creating Back To The Future Manga

by Peter Paltridgeon February 2, 2018
Why is the Delorean hovering next to Luffy and Goku? Are Marty McFly and Doc traveling to the manga dimension soon? Yesterday, during the Japanese premiere of the movie Ready Player One, manga artist Yuusuke Murata (most famous for his work on One Punch Man) made the announcement that his latest project is an adaption […]
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VIZ Media’s Digital Manga Offerings For January

by Peter Paltridgeon January 5, 2018
What does VIZ have planned this month for their digital app? Quite a lot of material, and some discounts on existing material as well. What’s new for the long-standing manga publisher? Rooster Teeth’s RWBY is becoming a manga, illustrated by Shirow Miwa. The series debut of the post-apocalyptic Fire Punch, written and drawn by Tatsuki […]

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VIZ Media Announces Two New Manga At Anime NYC

by Peter Paltridgeon November 20, 2017
What does VIZ Media have up its sleeve for next year? Two unrevealed manga were added to their release schedule this weekend thanks to Anime NYC…what are they about? The first book, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, is a spinoff of the popular series by the same name. In a superpowered society, there is nothing ordinary […]
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One Piece Ironically Stolen By Pirates

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2017
How much booty did three real-world pirates gain from bootlegging new One Piece chapters before they officially went on sale? And how’d they pull it off for so long? The police arrested Yō Uehara, a 30-year-old self-employed male from Okinawa Prefecture, Shizuka Nagaya, a 23-year-old freelance female writer from Tottori Prefecture, and Ryōji Hottai, a […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2017 – “Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry” Panel

by Grant Whiteon September 3, 2017
Anime Limited’s Jeremy Graves took to the stage to introduce two of the key talent of the film Fairy Tail:Dragon Cry to a strong round of applause- director Tatsuma Minamikawa and producer Yohei Ito. Translation between Jeremy and the guests was handled by Bethan Jones. Jeremy asked each of the guests to introduce themselves. Minamikawa […]

Hunter X Hunter Goes Back On Hiatus

by Peter Paltridgeon August 31, 2017
How long did you think Yoshihiro Togashi, the artist behind Hunter X Hunter, would be able to keep up his latest session on the famous manga? Which of you guessed three months? Togashi returned to Hunter X Hunter on June 26; his next break will begin after the September 6 issue of Shonen Jump. The […]

“Gundam The Origin IV” Available For Limited Time Free Streaming

by Grant Whiteon August 13, 2017
‘Eve of Destiny’, the fourth episode of Sunrise’s Gundam The Origin series is currently available to watch for free on the franchise’s official YouTube channel, The episode is available in various languages, including subbed Japanese and English. The videos will be available until 12pm Japanese time 11th September. The following episode, ‘Clash at Loum’, will be available […]

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 […]