Meet our Fellowship. pic.twitter.com/Npouu6ZlRt– The Lord of the Rings on Prime (@LOTRonPrime) July 27, 2019Today at the Television Critics Association press tour, Amazon revealed the full creative team behind its upcoming The Lord of the Rings television series. Newly-revealed or confirmed talent include executive producers Lindsey Weber (10 Cloverfield Lane), Bruce Richmond (Game of Thrones), … …read more
In the anime Fire Force, firefighters must contend with people who suddenly burst into flames. In the wake of the …
Rob Van Dam was one nearly 40 former WWE Superstars who appeared at the Raw Reunion special of Monday Night Raw this week. While the former WWE Champion was not officially announced ahead of the show (and is still on the Impact Wrestling roster), he managed to appear in full gear alongside The Hurricane, Sgt. … …read more
Jotaro Kujo wasn’t just the main protagonist of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders and one of the most powerful members of the Joestar clan, he was also the entryway for fans into the world of Stands. While the first two seasons of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure focused on vampires and “ripples”, it wasn’t until Kujo’s tales … …read more
Margot Robbie has already charmed audiences with her portrayal of Harley Quinn, and it sounds like she’s excited to soon play another iconic character. In a recent interview with Variety, Robbie was asked about her upcoming live-action turn as Barbie, something that has been in the works for several months now. As Robbie put it, … …read more
Neil deGrasse Tyson can’t let it go: the astrophysicist and Cosmos presenter is criticizing Disney for scientific inaccuracies in its Frozen 2 teaser poster.”Dear @Disney, You got it right the first time. Water crystals have hexagonal ‘six-fold’ symmetry,” Tyson tweeted Monday, attaching a side-by-side comparison with a theatrical poster for 2013 predecessor Frozen.”You still have … …read more
Last night, Marvel Studios blew the roof off of Hall H with their presentation at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, revealing their full slate for Phase 4 while also teasing some more future projects beyond. They also gave fans their first look at Black Widow, debuting exclusive footage of the next film in the Marvel Cinematic … …read more
It is officially announced on the wrap-around band of its latest sixth tankobon volume released today in Japan that a TV anime adaptation of Una Megurogawa‘s comedy manga Oda Shinamon Nubunaga is now in the works. The anime’s teaser site also opens today, but no further information including its staff, voice cast, or broadcast schedule are currently available.
The manga has been serialized in Tokuma Shoten’s Monthly Comic Zenon and its web comic site Zenyon . Its story centers on Oda Nobunaga, one of the most powerful warlords in Japan’s Sengoku period (1467–1600). After his death in the Honnouji incident in 1582, he reincarnates into a dog named Shinamon in the modern-day Japan. As he enjoys his new life as a dog, other famous warlords, such as Masamune Date, Shingen Takeda, Kenshin Uesugi, and Mitsuhide Akechi, also reincarnate into dogs one after another.
The manga author reports the news on Twitter:
— 目黒川うな????織田シナモン信長アニメ化決定???? (@meguriva) 2019年7月19日
Manga st and 6th tankobon volume covers:
via: <a target="_blank" href="https://natalie.mu/comic/news/340458" …read more
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is taking the battle to the soccer field!
This summer, soccer team Tokyo Verdy is crossing over with the hit series for a special themed home game. Fans of Demon Slayer can show up August 18 for prizes, photo ops, merch and more. The first 5,000 people at the gate will get a fan featuring adorable chibi art of the main cast in soccer gear. If you’re not early enough, don’t worry—there will still be jerseys, cushions, and more featuring the character designs:
Fans can also get photos with life-sized character standees at the venue, and more tie-in fun is planned to be announced at a later date.
Pre-sales for collab merch open tomorrow on the website.
Amateur detectives make strange allies in a new key visual (below) for Kabukicho Sherlock, an upcoming original TV anime that re-imagines the classic characters from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective novels as modern day sleuths bumming around the seedy side of Tokyo’s red light district.
Set in modern day Kabukicho in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, Kabukicho Sherlock follows the comedic, mysterious, and dramatic adventures of a ragtag band of detectives as they live together in a tenement above Mrs. Hudson’s bar in the red light district and attempt to solve an unusual string of killings known as the “Jack the Ripper Murders”.
Kabukicho Sherlock is directed by Ai Yoshimura and features animation production by Production I.G. The series will broadcast in Japan on Mainichi Broadcasting System, Tokyo Broadcasting System, and BS-TBS as part of the “Animeism” programming block beginning in October of 2019.