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The Anime Guest of Honour took to the stage in the company of Anime Limited’s Jeremy Graves as MC and Bethan Jones serving as interpreter. A no recording rule was in effect for the panel, which we have respected. Yoshizaki...
Udon Entertainment has announced they're bringing The FLCL Archives to America. The 248-page artbook, originally published in Japan, throughly covers the making of the landmark six episodes of FLCL's first season (the two sequels that ran on Adult Swim...
Takeshi Honda has many prolific credits in the Japanese animation industry, including Evangelion (both the original series and new movies), Ponyo, Millennium Actress, Kill la Kill and Space Dandy. Toonzone News had the chance to pose some questions to...
Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honneamise is one of those anime titles that is always spoken of with respectful awe. The film is one of the earliest works of Gainax and co-produced by Bandai Visual, who would adopt...
MCM BELFAST COMIC CON – KING'S HALL – 2-3 MAY 2015  Adventure Time star brings princess power to Belfast Comic Con Mathematical! Adventure Time star Hynden Walch, who plays Princess Bubblegum on the smash hit Cartoon Network show, is the latest...
A bona fide veteran of the anime industry, Hiroaki Inoue began his career as an animator at Tezuka Productions and would ultimately go on to be a successful producer as well as a co-founder of the animation studio Gainax...
These aren't the lovely angels, and they're barely considered angelic. Panty and Stocking are sent on a mission from God (or more likely, a guy named Garterbelt) to take down ghosts to earn their way back into Heaven. The...
The Japanese animation studio Gainax has announced that it is restarting work on its Blue Uru film project. Blue Uru is intended to be a sequel to Gainax's first theatrical film, the 1987 sci-fi drama Royal Space Force - The...
The last decade of anime has been dominated by one trend above all others. Moe. I could spend some lines describing what exactly that means, but I think this is easier: Moe is the opposite of character like Fujiko Mine from...
The common visual style of Japanese animation and comics is considered to have begun with the influx of the American versions of these two categories following the Second World War. The wide eyes and button noses of American toons...