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June 30, 2019, 5:30 PM
Kotaku East Brian Ashcraft

Bandai Namco is developing a new online action role-playing game for PC. It's called Blue Protocol, and right above is a currently-in-development screenshot. Read more. . .

WOWJAPAN freakpool

The harem anime, We Never Learn: Bokuben, finally aired its final episode last night, and it ended with an important announcement. We're getting a season 2! The staff even released an announcement video confirming the new season: 【第2期制作決定!

and a surge in the popularity of J-Pop, cosplay, and Lolita fashion are all reasons why Japanese culture has such strong roots in the Kingdom, so it is no surprise Saudi students are studying in Japan .

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Sony's Spider-Man game was a huge success, Into the Spider-verse won an Oscar, an Into the Spider-Verse sequel jas also been announced, and Far From Home is coming to theaters very soon. What a time to be a Spider-Man fan, right?

Gematsu Sal Romano

Game Freak has shared a message from Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield producer Junichi Masuda, who addresses the criticism from fans following prior comment that some Pokemon cannot be transferred to the series' latest release.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

© Project GRANBELM The July 5th, 2019 premiere of Granbelm, an original work, got a lot of solid promotion recently when the first ten minutes were streamed to entice fans. Now, the official site has brought out the first of seven character promos...

Siliconera Alistair Wong

The Nekopara anime series is set to tell its tail with its Anime Expo premiere next week, and a mew trailer has been released. Fur-thermore, the title of Nekopara Vol. 4 has finyally been ameowced.

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

© Bino / Kadokawa An anime adaptation was announced last November 2018 for the manga series by Bino, Wasteful Days of High School Girls. Set for a July 5th, 2019 debut in Japan, Sentai Filmworks has now announced their pickup of the series for hom...

A Japanese fan artist has recreated the iconic intro of the American cartoon King of the Hill but with a Japanese sitcom instead. An artist by the name of "Wanchin" uploaded their animation of the intro with the Mr.

WOWJAPAN freakpool

Rurouni Kenshin's live-action film adaptations are undoubtedly one of the most loved live-action adaptations of manga and anime out there. And now, Warner Bros. Japan has announced that they have now wrapped up filming for the "final chapter" of t...

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