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Marvel Future Avengers gets second season

The Avengers aren’t done just yet in Japan. Japanese satellite channel Dlife has confirmed that Marvel Future Avengers will receive a second season this summer. The 26 episode first season is part of a cross-media project that launched last April with a manga series in Bessatsu Coro Coro Comics Special. The anime itself debuted later on July 22, 2017. Dlife began streaming a promotional ...


Unleash Your Potential with Megahouse’s Dragon Ball Z VR

Have you ever wanted to know what it feels like to be one of the Z Soldiers? Japanese toymakers Megahouse hopes to give fans like you the chance to finally step into Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball Z universe via a new Virtual Reality kit called the “BotsNew Characters VR Dragon Ball Z.” This VR kit consists of a VR head gear that accepts most modern smartphones, a pair of finger-mounted ...


Marvel and Madhouse Team Up for Marvel’s Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher

According to a recent report by Entertainment Weekly, Marvel will be continuing its partnership with Madhouse via a new animated OVA titled Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher, which serves as a follow-up to last year’s Iron Man: Rise of Technovore. Scheduled for a Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital release on March 25, Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher focuses on the ...

Live Action ‘Claymore’ Fan Film Seeks Support

Live action ‘Claymore’ fan film seeks support

Based on a successful petition that gathered as many as 20,000 signatures from fans of the Claymore anime/manga, The Claymore Live Action Project has recently launched a web presence as a means of support and anticipation for a Kickstarter or Indiegogo fundraiser that will help make a live action adaptation of Norihiro Yagi’s Jump Square fantasy manga a reality. ...


Stitch! anime explodes onto Disney XD

Disney’s lovable alien experiment, Stitch will have made his debut on Disney XD Monday in the US television premiere of Stitch! the Japanese anime series produced by Madhouse. After globe trotting, the English version of this series will finally make its debut. But this time, Stitch doesn’t have Lilo by his side. He has a new friend Yuna, as the alien and his friends live in an ...

Marvel's Iron Man Anime and Wolverine Anime bring Disney to G4

Marvel’s Iron Man Anime and Wolverine Anime bring Disney to G4

Ever since the comic book giant was acquired by Disney, Marvel has seemingly been on a roll. From the amazingly popular Iron Man franchise, to this month’s Captain America, to next year’s Avengers and Spider-Man reboot, all things have Marvel have, aptly, “Assembled.” In hopes to keep the hype train running, Marvel brought anime versions of some of their bigger icons to ...

Marvel Anime on G4, Iron Man and Wolverine

Marvel Anime on G4, Iron Man and Wolverine

On July 29th, at 11pm, Iron Man will Pulsar Blast into anime. Thirty minutes later, at 11:30pm, Wolverine will claw through anime. How and where? G4 is the answer to both, as Marvel Anime makes its big debut on the network. Adrian Pasdar will voice Tony Stark, while Milo Ventimiglia takes on the role of Logan. Every week, fans will be rewarded with a new episode of the Disney-owned series, ...


Marvel teases the Anime Iron Man

Marvel Entertainment Inc, home to a famous collection of super heroes, is working together with Madhouse, a Japanese animation studio, and Warren Ellis, an Eagle Award winning writer, to create four all new anime versions of classic Marvel Super Heroes. Since we started discussing this event, we’ve already gotten a look at the Wolverine anime, but now it’s Iron Man’s turn to ...


Wolverine invades Japan

Marvel Entertainment Inc., has partnered with renowned Japanese animation studio Madhouse and multiple-Eagle Award winner Warren Ellis to create four all new anime versions of classic Marvel Super Heroes: one of which is everyone’s favorite clawed mutant, Wolverine! We started talking about this almost a year ago, but now we can finally get a first glimpse of the work in progress, as ...


The Marvel Universe heads to Japan

The Marvel Universe is hoping to expand into Japan.  Marvel Entertainment, Inc. is partnering with Madhouse, a famous Japanese animation studio to create new characters for the Japanese market.  The two companies will work closely with one another, trying to produce a few new Japanese anime series that are inspired by Marvel’s immense library of characters.  The art will be adapted ...

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