This anime seemed to be sincere at first but after you start to get the references you understand right away that this is a farce of the console wars between to major companies in the 1990’s. I personally enjoyed the whimsical farce this portrays these historical landmarks of the gaming industry. The deeper your passion for gaming the more you understand and catch the many references of this anime. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Warner Home Video, who handles DVD/Blu-ray distribution for VIZ Media, has listed a February 19th release date for the first DVD and Blu-ray sets of Tiger & Bunny.
12 episodes of the super hero action drama will be packaged with additional scenes, production sketches Continue reading
The martial arts battle continues on November 16th, when the 49th volume of Shun Matsuena’s Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple manga is released in Japan with a third OVA episode, introducing Savate assassin Christopher Eclair.
FUNimation released the earlier TV series in North America. Continue reading
Discotek has been making a name for themselves licensing classic anime, but there was a different announcement today, with the addition of Thermae Romae. “We licensed something from 2012! And it is hilarious! It’s about bath houses and time travel! Release will be in 2013 sometime.” Continue reading
A tremendous amount of unofficial vocaloid-like or Miku-like costumes have been produced by unauthorized companies. Most of them are cheap and really of low quality. Finally, COSPA announced yesterday that they have started accepting pre-orders for the first official Hatsune Miku costume supervised by the official copyright holder, Crypton Future Media. The costume is released from their party costume brand Trantrip and comes with Miku’s several trademarks including a headset, hair ornaments, arm covers, and a tie. The price for the costume in Japan is 13,440 yen (about US$169.54) and it will be shipped in the middle of December. Check the English guide for international purchase. Continue reading
Following the previous early streaming incident for The Anime Network that caused it to pull the series for a time, the streaming portal has now sorted everything out with its licensing partner and will now be able to stream the series once again. The first 3 episodes of the series will now be available at the following times:
Twenty years prior to the story’s beginning, an asteroid headed for Earth destroys Pluto. Due to Pluto’s destruction, the asteroid, which is dubbed Thanatos, becomes temporarily stagnant. Now, in order to avoid Earth’s impending destruction, the International Solarsystem Development Agency (ISDA) works on the “D-Project”, and creates the “Dragonaut” after finding a dragon egg under the ocean. This weapon’s primary purpose is to destroy the asteroid when the time comes. However, they soon find out that the asteroid is not their only threat, as powerful dragon-like creatures, which are bent on destruction, appear on Earth. Continue reading