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“Prisma Illya” Prepares To Pirate Your Anime (Among Other Bonus Art Cosplays)

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The same week that anime movie Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya: Oath Under Snow debuted, the Type-Moon magic girl got her own alarm clock app

The same week that anime movie Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya: Oath Under Snow debuted, the Type-Moon magic girl got her own alarm clock app. D-techno teamed with anime producers SILVER LINK to offer  the app with the voices of Illyasviel von Einzbern. Mai Kadowaki recorded 290 different dialog and SILVER LINK. provided 30 newly-drawn anime arts. Now, it’s time to add to the app and they’re looking for fan feedback.

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“Gothicmade” Mecha Figure Showcased At Anime Screening

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Still no plans for a home video release

On November 1, 2012, Five Star Stories’ Mamoru Nagano and his distinctive brand of elegantly designed mecha epic in anime  movie Hana no Utame Gothicmade. It’s now five years later and Nagano still isn’t interested in putting it on home video, which helps explain why an anniversary screening on November 5th at Toho Cinemas Uneo sold out in minutes. 

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Take A Lesson in Delinquency with “Cromartie High School”

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“Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog” checks out the 2003 – 2004 TV anime spoof of hot-blooded rebel youth

This week on “Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog”, we get in fights all day long without ever losing (but we somehow don’t manage to earn a nickname) as we look at Cromartie High School, a hard-boiled, high school delinquent story that also happens to be one of the silliest and most absurd TV anime comedies from the early 2000’s. Hit the jump to learn more.

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“Danganronpa” Producer Announces Departure from Spike Chunsoft

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

Yuichiro Saito has officially resigned from his position

One of the members of the Danganronpa team is officially moving on to another stage of his career, as producer Yuichiro Saito announced his departure from Spike Chunsoft. Saito worked as assistant producer on the Danganronpa series, among others, and his time with the company officially came to a close at the end of October. Read on for more.