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This past weekend Wit Studio’s Kotomi Deai and Hiroshi Shimizu attended MCM Glasgow Comic Con to promote their work on the studio’s latest hit The Rolling Girls, licensed by Anime Limited for UK Blu-ray and DVD release in 2016....
Director Kotomi Deai (The Rolling Girls, Silver Spoon, Kids on the Slope) and animator Hiroshi Shimizu (Porco Rosso, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Space Dandy), both attached to Wit Studio (Attack on Titan, Hal and The Rolling Girls itself), will be in...
On the closing Sunday of MCM London Comic Con October 2014, Toonzone was given the chance to pose some questions to legendary anime director Shinichiro Watanabe. TOONZONE NEWS: In the past year you’ve directed both Space Dandy and Terror in...
MCM LONDON COMIC CON – EXCEL LONDON – 24-26 OCTOBER   Anime ace Shinichiro Watanabe to star at MCM London Comic Con   Top anime director Shinichiro Watanabe will be the Anime Guest of Honour at October's MCM London Comic Con, show organisers...
A few hours after the Aniplex panel, the collective representatives of the UK anime industry took to the stage- Jeremy Graves of Manga Entertainment, Andrew Partridge of Anime Limited, Yosuke Kodaka of Aniplex US and Ross Liversidge of MVM. MVM...
Few figures in the anime industry today can boast of a career as rich as that of Shinichiro Watanabe. A successful screenwriter, music producer and director, Watanabe got his first big directing break co-directing the admired OVA series Macross...
Hit with emotional content! Below, we've selected our picks for the Top 5 Animated Martial Arts Fights. Our main standard for judgment was that these fights had to work as both "Animation" and "Martial Arts." It wasn't enough for...
This week, Toon Zone News looks back at 2009 by reposting our reviews of what we felt was the best that the year had to offer. We begin with our staff pick for the Best Anime Import of 2009, meaning...
Samurai Champloo is the esteemed "spiritual successor" to Cowboy Bebop, Shinichiro Watanabe's first show. It is in every way worthy of this title. It's rare to find a show so perfectly crafted: magnificently choreographed fight scenes, detailed to an...