General Japan News
What is it with Quincy and creepers? I mean, every army has one or two creepy types, but it seems to me that when Ywach summoned all the "true" Quincy to his side the only place that had them was the madhouse.
Well, whatever the reason for the Sternritter's unusually high nutball quotient, it seems that Kubo is grooming young Giselle "Gigi" Gewelle for a top spot.
In what can only be described as a "oh wait, really?" kind of moment, Ufotable revealed this past Sunday that their upcoming new Fate/stay night TV series would be adapting the Unlimited Blade Works route of the video game. I can hear some of you out there making surprised noises, and I bet its because Studio DEEN already did a theatrical version of that very same story.
Well as it turns out, Ufotable doesn't particularly care. Thematically, UBW has a narrative arc that better follows up Fate/Zero's core story.
Aniplex and Ufotable, not content with just revealing the TV series route, also announced a Heaven's Feel theatrical adaptation. Basically all Fate fans win everywhere.
Check out the trailers above and below and feel free to freak out with the rest of the fandom.
Now about that Tsukihime remake...
Well played, Viz Media. Right when you've gotten us used to checking YouTube for the latest Sailor Moon-related dub previews, the company decided to upload their newest videos on Hulu instead.
Despite Viz's unexpected move, I'm beginning to like the new Sailor Moon dub even more with each new preview. Kate Higgins (Ami) and Christina Vee (Rei) both did a fantastic job with their roles, which shows that Viz put some thought into choosing the show's English cast. Other than that, Stephanie Sheh's Usagi voice is shaping up nicely, as we hear her take on Sailor Moon's signature line.
It’s time to go back to Kamen Rider Gaim’s main story, and things are about to get fierce again. Is there no more hope for our heroes to triumph over evil? Well, I guess there’s one option that Gaim’s main cast could use to win, but it’s not going to be pretty one.
While Kouta and the gang’ll get to achieve their main objective, they’ll have to deal with an inevitable betrayal before they get the chance to do their victory dance.
Ladies and gentlemen. I would like to announce that hell has frozen over. Why you say? Well, it turns out that Shout! Factory has plans to bring Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger to North America.
As a person who's been wanting to own a Sentai series for a good while, it's great to see that more people in the west'll get to experience the 1992 tokusatsu series that helped give birth to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Not only that, this news is an huge moment in history, since this is the first time that a Super Sentai series gets an uncut DVD release in the west.
Man. What's with all of these heroes getting cars all of the sudden? First it was Ghost Rider, and now 2015's new Rider, Kamen Rider Drive, is following this trend. Are motorcycles going out of style? Whatever the case may be, this new hero might as well call himself Kamen Driver. Then again, Kamen Rider Black RX had a car and a motorbike, so there's a chance that Drive will have his own moto as well.
Based on the upcoming toy-line, our new Rider's sporting a car motif, and his automobile goes by the name of Trideron. Speaking of cars, 2015's Rider'll transform with a belt called -get this- the Drive Driver. Despite the belt's unoriginal name, I love the fact that the Drive Driver is basically a modernized Showa Rider Belt.
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