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This year is going to be a very interesting one for the Pokemon franchise as a whole as they're celebrating its 25th anniversary. We've already had some big announcements already via the release date of New Pokemon Snap, a...
While 2020 has not been the kindest of years to many people it may be something good for anime fans in general as the fourth and final season of Attack on Titan is set to arrive this month. The...
The global COVID-19 pandemic has proved an unprecedented crisis, necessitating the changing of many aspects of modern life including the shut-down of the global convention circuit in the interests of social distancing. Indeed here in the UK this past...
He's blank-stared his way through a hit manga series, a video game and two seasons of television, but One Punch Man isn't done yet! According to Variety, Sony Pictures is now interested in adapting the series as a live-action...
On the evening of 17th September as part of their ‘Anime’s Human Machines’ film season, the Barbican held host to creative legend Shoji Kawamori.  The season, curated by anime historian Helen McCarthy, was sponsored by the Japan Foundation, the...
How many things can turn 20 in one month? The Sega Dreamcast was released today, twenty years ago. Final Fantasy VIII was released in the US today, twenty years ago. And now it turns out even Naruto is that...
The Saturday of MCM London Comic Con, Anime Superhero had the chance to interview Yuichiro Hayashi. A passionate director, storyboard artist and key animator whose credits include Psycho-Pass, Code Geass R2 and Batman: Gotham Knight, Mr Hayashi was at...
After a brief introduction by Anime Limited’s Jeremy Graves, Yuichiro Hayashi took to the stage in the company of his colleague, MAPPA’s pre-production coordinator/head of International Development Andrew Upton. The pair co-hosted the panel, with Andrew serving as interpreter...
In 1982 Katsuhiro Otomo published his now-iconic manga Akira....is this the moment that book finally becomes a film? We mean a live-action American one? Warner Bros. announced today "Akira" has joined their release schedule and should be out two years...
What can we expect from Viz as the weather gets warmer and the pollen count becomes unbearable? Plenty, including a brand-new Junji Ito collection, a Nausicaa artbook, and the anticipated debut of Boruto on Blu-Ray. The BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS...