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Hollywood tends to screw up on adapting most things to film. This is especially true for anime; sometimes it’s horrible, other times its just sad and in some cases, its tragically hilarious. But the general consensus is that they barely resemble the source at all, but why?
The sequel to the successful first installment of the Neon Genesis Evangelion rebuild seems poised to take the top place in sales in Japan. The Blu-ray and DVD releases of the title in question have seen strong sales, setting the sequel on track to shatter sales records (as well as some wallets) on its way up the sale charts.
Yoshitaka Amano, famous character illustrator for the Final Fantasy video game series, is having his art exhibit, DEVA LOKA (USA) return to San Francisco’s NEW PEOPLE cultural center due to the popular demand.
The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Warner Brothers “is in the process of securing the rights to” Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga. Director, Peter Segal (Anger Management, The Longest Yard, Get Smart) is lining up to produce, but not direct the live action film.
Announced on Thursday by Anime Expo in Los Angeles, California, character designer and animation director, Toshihiro Kawamoto, will be this year’s guest of honor. Kawamoto is famous for his creation of the cast of the anime, Cowboy Bebop.
Yesterday I read an adult romance manga called, Alcohol, Shirt and Kiss, by Yuko Kuwabara. Since this was the debut comic from the author, my sister and I decided to be lenient with our final review of the story, but first published work or not, this manga was an enormous letdown!
I stumbled upon this anime a few months ago, by such a total chance that had I not been surfing the web instead of being more productive and not seen a small picture of our main character, Neuro Nogami in someone’s forum signature, I’d probably be none the wiser to this story.
It’s official! The popular manga, Yankee-kun to Megane-Chan (known as Flunk Punk Rumble in the US) will soon get its own TV series, according to this week’s Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. Those of you who have been following the manga since it was originally launched back in 2006 will be glad to hear a premiere date of April 23rd 2010 has been set.
I attended the one night event screening of the Eureka Seven movie and while it appeared most of the audience disliked the film, I enjoyed it very much. There was also a ‘making of’ bit after the credits, which was a half hour about the transition of the movie from Japanese to English, problems encountered and Q&As…
I attended the first and second day of New York Anime Festival this past weekend and I must say, I highly suggest this con for anime and manga fans. While it isn’t very old, it was attended by locals, people on the Northeast Coast and even some from Ohio, Virginia and further west!
So I just returned from one of the last screenings of Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone in New York City and I must say, I am incredibly let down by what I watched. When I say that only the most diehard of Evangelion fans will enjoy this, I mean it.
The last time I watched Akira was in 2005 after my friend, big into sci-fi anime, convinced me I’d love it. Love turned out to be too strong of a word, in fact, I really didn’t like it at all, but I was able to respect the piece for what it has done for the anime community and what it accomplished for its time.
According to the Japanese newspapers, Mainichi Shimbun and Zaikei Shimbun, an emergency call was received at Sakushi City Fire Department around 10:15AM on Saturday, September 19th, reporting the remains of a body with tattered clothing under a cliff in the mountains of the Gunma Prefecture.
Do I have you intrigued? Metropolis is based on the comic by Osamu Tezuka (Astro Boy) with the script being written by Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira) and the animation by Madhouse Studios (Death Note, Devil May Cry and Paranoia Agent). The film is a highly imaginative, strange and heartbreaking tale, complete with robots.