Friday, April 10, 2009
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Check out our sister site AnimeWalls.org for more Naruto Wallpapers.
Friday, March 06, 2009
I’d like to introduce our new sister site that I’ve been working on recently: AnimeWalls.org. It will become a database for both anime wallpapers and screenshots. I’ve currently only uploaded Naruto wallpapers, but will be including more soon. Check it out!
Monday, September 15, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Anime Series: Hunter X Hunter Returns … Again!
ANN has reported that the Weekly Shounen Jump manga magazine will once again publish new chapters of Hunter X Hunter, a cult favorite shounen series by Yoshihiro Togashi. Hunter X Hunter is expected to return in the October 6th issue (#45). This will be the first weekly publication of the series since the end of December 2007.
Saturday, August 16, 2008
FEATURE: Anime Forum Updated, Revived
Just a quick note, we’ve updated our anime forum to prevent spambots, and have revamped the arrangement, including the addition of a review forum for users to comment on their favorite anime, manga, or games! Register and participate in great conversation and games!
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Bandai Entertainment announced they will be distributing the Stranger -Mukou Hadan- anime movie in North America, under the title Sword of the Stranger. The film will debut at the ImaginAsian theaters in New York and Los Angeles (subtitled) on July 18. Sword of the Stranger will also later be released dubbed and subtitled on DVD and Blu-ray.
Gainax has announced they are currently producing an anime adaptation of Yoshiichi Akahito’s Shikabane Hime manga.
Bandai has posted a promotional trailer for the October release of Mobile Suit Gundam: MS Igloo 2 Juuryoku Sensen OVA, which will be distributed on both DVD and Blu-ray.
Ken Akamatsu, creator of Mahou Sensei Negima, has revealed a third Negima series or a Negima anime film will be greenlit if the Negima Ala Alba OVA DVDs sell well enough. Reportedly, if 50,000 copies of the DVDs are sols, a Negima film would become possible, and if 100,000 copies are sold, a third Negima series would be produced. Unfortunately for Negima fans, Animenation reports that in 2007 the only anime DVD to surpass 100,000 copies sold was Ged Senki from Studio Ghibli.
Anime Series: Xpress Train
Xpress Train, also known as Chikan Densha, Groper Train, and Lovely Train, is a two episode erotic (adult only) OVA based off of Kazuma Kawasumi’s works and produced by Digital Works in 2003. Central Park Media licensed Xpress Train and has released it on DVD.
Anime Series: X Anime
The X anime series consists of a 24 episode season, a movie, and an OVA, produced by Bandai Visual and Madhouse Studios; all are adaptations of CLAMP’s X/1999 manga. The story portrays the young psychic Kamui Shiro as he attempts to protect his childhood friends and inevitably himself. Geneon Entertainment licensed and released the television series on a comlete DVD set.
Anime Series: Yun Yun Paradise
Yun Yun Paradise is a single episode erotic (adults only!) OVA from Go Zappa and produced by Pink Pineapple. All the characters in Yun Yun Paradise are chibi, or child looking, so it has of course never been licensed for North American distribution.
Anime Series: Yumeria
Yumeria is a 2004 televised series, 12 episodes long and directed by Keitaro Motonaga. The story follows Tomokazu Mikuri as he travels to and from a dream world. ADV Films licensed Yumeria and has released it in a DVD box set.
Anime Series: Fairy Air Force Yukikaze
Fairy Air Force Yukikaze, also known as Battle Fairy Yukikaze, Sentou Yousei Yukikaze, and simply Yukikaze, is a 5 episode OVA from Bandai Visual, released in 2002. Bandai Entertainment released Yukikaze on DVD in English.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Anime Series: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, also known as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monster GX, is a 180 episode spinoff of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monster series, airing from 2004 to 2008 and directed by Hatsuki Tsuji. The series has been licensed by 4Kids and FUNimation, broadcasted on Cartoon Network and Fox’s 4Kids TV, both of which have yet to finish airing it in its entirety. A manga adaptation of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX began serialization in 2006, the story and art are by Naoyuki Kageyama.
Anime Series: Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie, also known as The King of Games Movie, is a half hour film from 1999, directed by Atsuji Shimizu and a direct sequel to the original Yu-Gi-Oh series. The film was aired on HBO Family Latin America, but has not been officially licensed for English release.
Anime Series: Yu-Gi-Oh!
Yu-Gi-Oh!, also known as Yu-Gi-Oh! The Shadow Games and King of Games, is a 27 episode anime adaptation of Kazuki Takahashi’s manga that aired in 1998. This is the original series of Yu-Gi-Oh that was not licensed or aired in English, despite being released in a dozen other languages.
The Yu-Gi-Oh that was released and aired in the US is Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, a 224 episode alternative retelling that aired from 2000 to 2004. This series was licensed by FUNimation and 4Kids, broadcasted on Cartoon Network, KIDS’ WB, and YTV, as well as releases on DVD.