Already screened in Japan, FUNimation along with TOHO announces that they will be screening the anime movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes. The plan is to screen the movie over 400 theaters in North America and Canada on September 25, 26, 27, 29 and October 2. Tickets go on sale on August 24th. Based on the days you choose, the movie will play either English Dub or Subbed. Here is what to expect:
September 25, 27, and 29
September 26 and October 2
If you have been looking on the news about One-Punch Man season 2, I got some good news for you. Previously yesterday, fans have been seeing rumors of the second season of One-Punch Man landing on the year 2020 thinking we all have to wait for a long time; however, those rumors are false thankfully.
According to the tweet made by Viz, the comedic and epic series One-Punch Man will be having a second season landing on April 2019 instead! Viz revealed the visual image for the new season. What do you guys think about this news? Are you happy it’s coming in 2019 instead of 2020?
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Coming from Aniplex of America, the former Funimation anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood returns in a all new set of Blu-Ray sets. If you didn’t know, Funimation’s license towards the anime expired a while back and this meant that Funimation could no longer sell the anime in DVD/Blu-Ray format or stream the series. Instead, the anime was brought back to Aniplex, the same company that previously agreed to sell with Funimation. Announced today, Aniplex of America revealed the news of re-releasing the anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood in Blu-Ray sets. There will be two sets with a rigid box art made by the creator of the series and each will cost $100 each. The anime will be released on November 15th, 2018.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a reboot version of the classic series and it follows the manga, or the original story.
Found from Anime News Network, Aniplex of America announced that the upcoming third season Sword Art Online: Alicization will have a world premiere event. According to the site, the event will show the first episode of Sword Art Online: Alicization in a one hour special. This event will be happening not just Japan but other countries. Here are the following countries:
- the United States
- South Korea
Also mentioned on the article, Japan revealed their date for the premiere on Sept 15 at the Tokyo International Forum Hall C. It’s unknown for the other countries, but the site will continue to update and reveal the dates and locations at the Sword Art Online site.
I hope everyone is doing okay today from this busy weekend. This weekend was busy because we had EVO2018 and this is an event where gamers compete in fighting games and compete against each other to see who’s the king of fighters (pun intended lol). Before I do this, congratulations to @SonicFox5000 for winning in Dragon Ball FighterZ!
Now let’s get to the main news! It’s been revealed in a video trailer that Dragon Ball FighterZ will be adding another character besides Goku and Vegeta (black hair forms). The next character is Cooler and Cooler is from the Dragon Ball Z movies Cooler’s Revenge and Metal Cooler; this version will only be focus on his appearance from Cooler’s Revenge. Aug 8th will be adding Goku (base form) and Vegeta (Saiyan Saga) in the game. If you bought the DLC, it will be a free download from the store, but if not, you have to either buy the season pass or buy them separately.
It’s unknown when will Cooler be released, but is going to be the 7th DLC character in the season pass out of 8 added characters.
Hello readers, I got some exciting news from the world of manga of Weekly Shonen Jump. As you may have noticed, Weekly Shonen Jump not only releases new magazines every week digital, but they also have a podcast where fans can listen to the editors share the news and discuss the recent issue of manga. In this special podcast episode, the team got the chance to meet Kohei Horikoshi and interview him. Kohei Horikoshi is the creator of the popular series My Hero Academia and he also did the series Barrage. Check it out!
It took us a year, but it’s finally happening. At San Diego Comic Con in this past weekend, Adult Swim Toonami announced that the sequel series Boruto: Naruto Generations will join Toonami on September 29th. If you don’t know what is Boruto is about, it’s a sequel to the cryptically acclaim popular Shonen Jump series Naruto. Taking place after the events of Naruto (in the anime, it takes place specifically after the anime Naruto Shippuden), Naruto is finally Hokage and all his friends are grown up and matured. Now that they are adults, some of them will be teaching a new generation of ninjas and teach them how to be the best. This also includes Boruto who is the son of Naruto, but he resents his father who is too busy being Hokage instead of being a dad.
This anime will be joining Toonami along with another September anime FLCL: Alternative.
These Dragon Ball games are getting some new characters and giving you a reason to go back and play the games.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Revealed through scans and online, Dragon Ball FighterZ will be adding another set of DLC characters. Joining the game is normal hair versions of Goku and Vegeta. Goku, this form will be able to do attacks like Kaio-ken and Spirit Bomb. Vegeta will be in his Saiyan form from the beginning of Dragon Ball Z and he will have his tail, Saiyan Prince uniform and Galick Gun. Players will able to reenact the epic fist battle with Goku and Vegeta.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Not only Baby Vegeta from Dragon Ball GT is joining this epic and expanded Dragon Ball world, but here comes another powerful warrior from Super. Bandai Namco revealed that the fused female Saiyans from Universe 6 Kefla will be joining the game. Stay tuned for more details from Bandai Namco if you are interested in this game.
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Hello everyone, I hope everyone is having a fun Thursday today. I got some exciting news to share with you in the world of anime. Thanks to my Twitter friend @wicked_ninja123 and to my awesome blogger friend Barbara, who is also the writer in her blog bookishnerdygirl, I saw some awesome news. Thank you guys! Revealed at San Diego Comic Con, FUNimation revealed the English Dub to the upcoming movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly. In this video, we see returning characters like Goku, Vegeta, and Frieza and we also see Akira Toriyama’s version of Broly and his father Paragus.
In this version, Broly dons a Sayian armor and Paragus appears old.
How hype are you? This movie comes out in America in January 2019.
Well, it looks like TV will surpass the internet in content with this news. Besides JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable having an English Dub and joining Toonami, the third season of Attack on Titan will also be on TV at Toonami. Attack on Titan will premiere on television in America on August 18th.
Japan will stream and release the anime in July 22nd/23rd; however, FUNimation (English Company) confirmed that they got the license to this new season and will stream the anime in Crunchyroll, FUNimation and Hulu and will have English Dub. The anime will also be aired in these countries:
- New Zealand