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Sentai Filmworks “Angel Beats!” Anime Release Going Out Of Print

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

To see the series off, Sentai is putting the popular title on sale.

Angel Beats! the 2010 TV anime from P.A. Works and Aniplex, based on story and design from visual novel maker Key’s  (Kanon, Air) Jun Maeda and Na-Ga, will soon be heading into the afterlife, as least as far as the Sentai Filmwork release goes. To see the series off, Sentai is putting the popular title on sale. More after the jump.

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Art For Final “Fairy Tail” And “Magi” Volumes – Plus “Denki-gai” Chapter Spotted

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

It’s time for the gangs to gather for their final farewells

It’s time for the gangs to gather for their final farewells. Having recently wrapped up their serialized runs, Hiro Mashima’s Fairy Tail and Shinobu Ohtaka’s Magi have final volumes coming soon – with cover previews now spotted. Asato Mizu’s Denkigai no Honya-san, inspiration for the 2014 anime, is also wrapping up its run this weekend. Check out the art after the jump.

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“Ys VIII” Localization Fix Delayed Along with PC Release

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

NIS America now plans to release the new version in early 2018

Last month NIS America president and CEO Takuro Yamashita came out to apologize for a Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA localization that was deemed unsatisfactory. He promised an update for November in the form of a free patch, but players will need to wait a little longer for it. The fix has been pushed back to early 2018, which also means the definitive PC version will follow suit. 

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“March Comes In Like a Lion” Author Sketches Experience Of “It” Horror Movie Screening

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

While the new movie adaptation of Stephen King’s It doesn’t open in Japan until this weekend, manga author Chica Umino got a chance to catch a preview screening

While the new movie adaptation of Stephen King’s It doesn’t open in Japan until this weekend, manga author Chica Umino (March Comes In Like A Lion, Honey and Clover), got a chance to catch a preview screening, accompanied by artist Yuko Higuchi and burly geek media personality Mafia Kajita. Nostalgically recalling how absolutely frightening she found horror movies as a child, Umino took to Twitter with her impressions.

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Arc System Works Expands With New North American Branch

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Company aims to expand operations and open lines of communication

While the original post has since been removed, Arc System Works announced plans to open a North American branch of its company. The branch will be based in Torrance, CA, with a goal of expanding operations and opening lines of communication between Arc System Works and its North American fans. Read on for more.

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Lancer Tries Out His Fidget Spinner In Anime Studio’s “Fate/Stay Night” Bonus Art

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] – 「Ⅰ.presage flower hit Japan on October 14th – US premiere this weekend

Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] – 「Ⅰ.presage flower hit Japan on October 14th. One of the associated, limited merchandise items tied to the movie is a spinner inspired by Lancer’s namesake weapon, Gáe Bolg. The Aniplex+ store is not only one of the outlet for the offering, the shop is also presenting it with a limited art sheet from anime studio Ufotable. 

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Japanese Fans Name The Fall 2017 Anime That Is Still Keeping Them Spellbound

3 noviembre, 2017 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

57 titles were suggested by a pool of respondents that was 58.8% female and 70.3% in their teens and 20s

This season, Anime-Gataris underscored how important an anime’s third episode is, as that’s the point where many fans decided whether or not to continuing watching a series. We’re a bit past that for most of fall 2017 anime titles, so, Charapedia checked in for a 10,000 Reader Poll, asking fans which of the season’s anime they’re still eagerly watching week-to-week. 57 titles were suggested by a pool of respondents that was 58.8% female and 70.3% in their teens and 20s.