Netflix’s commitment to anime continues to grow.
The partnership between the two media giants reflects the shifting balance of power between the Chinese and Japanese industries.
Disney has licensed major anime series. They will come out on Disney+ in Japan, with details of the global release to follow.
“Sing a Bit of Harmony” is the first feature the anime distribution giant has co-produced.
Crunchyroll and Adult Swim have also released a first-look trailer of their upcoming series “Shenmue the Animation.”
Yamamoto worked on “Astro Boy” and directed cult classics like “Belladonna of Sadness,” a one-of-a-kind burst of dark psychedelia.
The streaming giant takes a baby step away from binge-dropping.
The workspace will be available to designers, writers, and Netflix team members who are working on anime series for the streamer.
“Will they not understand until animation workers too begin to die, one after another?” says director Takashi Watanabe about employers.
The hotly anticipated film was due to open on September 10. It hasn’t received a new release date.
Across half a century, Suda lent his prodigious talents to everything from “Science Ninja Team Gatchaman” to “Dragon Ball” and “Yo-kai Watch.”
Research by Teikoku Databank shows revenue falling 1.8% amid the pandemic.
We sat down to watch the three most exciting anime films at the fest.
Ladd localized classic anime series for the American market, starting with the groundbreaking “Astro Boy.”
The executive veteran will oversee anime and action series at the two studios, while keeping a similar role at Adult Swim.
“Our goal is to create a unified anime subscription experience as soon as possible,” says Sony Pictures chief Tony Vinciquerra.
The exhibition will open together with the L.A. museum on September 30.
Rei has lost her brother and the monsters are closing in. The fate of Nacho Fries everywhere hangs in the balance.
The manga has been published online in English and can be read for free.