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Jingai-san no Yome TV Anime Explores Fuzzy Married Life in October of 2018

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New key visual revealed for upcoming adaptation based on web manga by Yu Aikawa and Akiwo Yatsusaka

A new key visual and the Japanes broadcast schedule have been revealed for Jingai-san no Yome (“The Non-Human Person’s Bride”), an upcoming short form TV anime based on the 4-panel web manga by Yu Aikawa and Akiwo Yatsusaka about an ordinary high school buy who ends up betrothed to a giant, fluffy creature. Hit the jump to learn more.

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Satoshi Kon’s Psychological Thriller “Perfect Blue” Heads to U.S. Theaters

9 agosto, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

GKIDS and Fathom Events team up for limited theatrical screenings on September 06 & 10, 2018

Perfect Blue, a landmark psychological thriller theatrical anime film directed by Satoshi Kon and based on the novel by Yoshikazu Takeuchi, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its release in Japan, and now New York-based film distributor GKIDS and Fathom Events are teaming up for a set of limited screenings in U.S. theaters in September of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.

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10 Western Media That Would Make Great Anime

9 agosto, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Let’s take a look at 10 western books, movies, or television series that would make great anime!

Japan is no stranger to adapting western media into anime, which got me thinking about 10 western books, movies, or TV shows that would make great anime adaptations! Hit the jump to check out the list!

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Twelve Loony Employees Join the Cast of Gaikotsu Shotenin Honda-san TV Anime

9 agosto, 2018 news+feed@crunchyroll.com 0

Adaptation based on Honda’s essay manga about life at a busy bookstore hits Japanese TV in October of 2018

A new key visual and more cast members have been revealed for Gaikotsu Shotenin Honda San (“Skeleton Bookstore Clerk Honda-san”), an upcoming TV anime based on the essay manga by Honda about a beleaguered skeleton working his fingers to the bone at a busy Japanese bookstore. Hit the jump to learn more.