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June 11, 2021, 8:30 AM
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Netflix will finally bring anime Shaman King back for Western audiences on August 9, according to an announcement made during Geeked Week, a fan-facing virtual event revealing first looks at upcoming .

The Verge Andrew Webster

Netflix's expansion into anime continues. Today, the streaming service announced details for a number of exciting shows, ranging from a horror series with characters designed by Final Fantasy's . . .

Polygon Austen Goslin

It's already been a busy year for Zack Snyder, but it's about to get even busier. The A rmy of the Dead and Justice League director revealed the first look at his upcoming Netflix anime Twilight of . .

Siliconera Jenni Lada

NIS America announced it picked up Monark and will release the English version of the upcoming JRPG outside Japan sometime in 2022. The post Monark English Version Will Debut in 2022 appeared first on Siliconera.

Gematsu Sal Romano

Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Kojima Productions have announced Death Stranding Director's Cut for PlayStation 5. More information is due out in the coming weeks. Watch the announcement trailer below.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

Take a look at the next broadcast episode in Japan.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

"A smidgen of courage will change the world.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

A Lord of the Rings anime film from Kenji Kamiyama (Ghost in the Shell) and Warner Bros. Animation is on the way, and its story will focus on the King of Rohan. The movie is called The Lord of the . . .

Yoko Kanno, the original composer for Cowboy Bebop, has been confirmed to be scoring Netflix's live-action reboot of the iconic anime series.

This latest news from Australian anime publisher Madman Entertainment comes bittersweet. First launched in 2014, AnimeLab quickly became Australia and New Zealand's leading, homegrown anime streaming service, featuring a library of works that span...

SoraNews24 Katy Kelly

Despite perilous fumbles and mighty rivals in recent years, Pokémon marches along Victory Road: 2020 was its most successful sales year on record. It seems a world away now, but back in 2014, the writing was on the wall for Pokémon-at least in one...

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge
The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge
The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

After more than fifteen years of manga, the end is nigh.

Siliconera Kazuma Hashimoto
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Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass, the Tsukihime remake, will be the focus of a 15 minute Type-Moon presentation this week. The post Tsukihime Remake Will Appear in Type-Moon Times Vol. 2 Stream appeared first on Siliconera.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge
The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

When failed game creators time travel.

SoraNews24 Casey Baseel

If "get everybody and the stuff together" means "get Yoko Kanno and her amazing musical talent," then yes, it's time to jam. Hollywood has been showing a renewed interest in adapting hit anime franchises to live-action, and whenever a new project ...

Siliconera Jenni Lada

Before the Devolver Digital stream appears this weekend, it shared a MaxPass+ Prologue video teasing showcase. The post Devolver Digital MaxPass+ Prologue Appears Ahead of E3 2021 Stream appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Andrew Kiya

The mobile game will feature prominent characters from the series and will be free to play with optional microtransactions. The post Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade Announced, Mobile RPG Developed by Sumzap appeared first on Siliconera.

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The Blue Rose Sword replica will also come with a speaker that plays various sounds, including music and voices. The post Sword Art Online Eugeo Sword Will Get a Life-Sized Replica appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Jenni Lada

The launch trailer for the Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trunks the Warrior of Hope DLC focuses on the add-on's story. The post Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trunks DLC Launch Trailer Unsurprisingly Focuses on Trunks appeared first on Siliconera.

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