Grab your popcorn and load up on pocky. Mazinger Z: INFINITY is coming to the United States to treat anime fans to a pulse-pounding action/adventure experience best seen in movie theaters. For a limited time only, the latest entry in the Mazinger super robot manga and anime saga can be found on the big screen courtesy of Viz Media and Fathom Events.
We talked about the project a couple months back when the trailer dropped, featuring the voice of Kamen Rider W's Kikkawa Kouji, who sings the film's official ending song, "The Last Letter". Now, as the movie finally sees its Japanese debut, the Toei Animation flick makes its way to US shores for a two-day event across the country.
Viz and Fathom's official synopsis follows:
Ten years ago, the villainous sci...
At long last, he arrives. Ever since the Godzilla franchise branched out, sending the atomic lizard on a rampage through the landscape of animation with Toho Studios' new anime film trilogy, international kaiju fans have wondered when they were going to get a chance to see his first outing, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters for themselves. Now, thanks to the fine folks at Netflix, the Polygon Pictures 3D animated feature makes its way to our screens this January. And here's a nifty new trailer to prove it.
Oh my. I think I need a moment. Be right back, rewatching at max volume till my ears bleed.
Okay, I'm back.
Looks like the film was in good hands with directing duo Shizuno Kobun and Seshita Hiroyuki, along with writer Urobuchi Gen of the tokusat...
In 1979, four years after the last live-action Ultraman series had left the airwaves, Tsuburaya Productions decided to take their giant hero franchise into a new arena with The☆Ultraman, the first animated entry into the beloved Ultra Series. Now, for the first time, US audiences will be able to catch the show on television, thanks to the fine folks at TOKU.
Continuing to kick giant monster ass, after airing such titles as Ultraman Leo and Gridman: The Hyper Agent in recent months, the TOKU channel has made itself a destination for fun, nostalgic film and television offerings in the imaginative tokusatsu subgenre. The☆Ultraman represents the next step on their apparent quest to get everything the kaiju kings at Tsuburaya have ever produced on American TV.
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Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters is currently in theaters in Japan, before it arrives to Netflix in 2018! Now, on its theatrical release Polygon Pictures' announced the title for the second film in this anime trilogy; the sequel is entitled Godzilla: Decisive Battle Mobile Breeder City. In addition, Polygon Pictures released a teaser visual for next installment, which is of the Anti-Godzilla Decisive Battle Weapon, "Mechagodzilla." Furthermore, the visual below is being used for the sequel's advance ticket sales.
Mechagodzilla is one the most popular kaiju in Toho's roster, as it is a robotic imitation of Godzilla. Originally Mechagodzilla was a weapon used by invaders as seen in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974), and its sequel, Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975); the two films which clo...
Infini-T Force, the anime hero crossover series, gets the royal treatment from toy company SEN-TI-NEL, with a line of new high-quality action figures.
Gathering the animated superheroes from the Tatsunoko Productions classics Gatchaman, Casshan, Tekkaman, and Hurricane Polimar, Infini-T Force depicts the leads of these four series like never before. And now, with the help of Bluefin for North American distribution, their figures are ready for display.
As previously mentioned, you can catch up on this anime hero event series at Viz and TubiTV, where episodes are released weekly with Japanese audio and English subtitles.
Each Infini-T Force figure comes with an $85 price tag and releases this February 2018.
Here's a thing. In a grim future, where humanity is at the edge of extinction (because what other futures are there, really?), five brothers set about changing their unenviable fate and a giant robot is born from the ashes of their effort. Thus is the plot of Brave Storm, the reimagined tokusatsu film that merges the mythologies of two special effects drama series, Silver Kamen and Super Robot Red Baron. Still with me? Because I have names and titles, some of which may be of interest to fans of the Kamen Rider and Ultraman franchises. This movie has some deep cuts in the world of toku.
Leading the cast is a notable line-up of tokusatsu actors, including Watanabe Shu (Eiji, Kamen Rider OOO) and Yamamoto Chihiro (Laiha, Ultraman Geed). Watanabe is seen in the trailer piloting what looks...
At New York Comic Con, Funimation Entertainment announced that Garo: Vanishing Line will receive a simuldub. Garo: Vanishing Line is the newest anime adaptation of Keita Amemiya's tokusatsu series, Garo. It is apart of the Fall 2017 anime lineup, and it is set to premiere this Friday in Japan. Having the simuldub announced close to the premiere is incredible, and shows a lot of effort from the folks at Funimation Entertainment. However, at the time the cast has not been published, so please await further updates.
Funimation Entertainment provided a synopsis for the series:
An omen awakens in a city that never sleeps. Caught in the resulting shadow war, two lives cross paths. While Sword seeks to expose this darkness, Sophie searc...