First Trailer For Netflix’s ‘Godzilla’ Anime Is All Action & Mystery

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It May Be Short & In Japanese, But This Trailer Has Our Attention   We sort of got an idea of what the Godzilla in Netflix’s anime movie from Toho looks like thanks to the first poster featuring his silhouette. Now, in the new 30-second trailer we get another mysterious glimpse of the King of the Monsters as he looks in Godzilla: Monster Planet. The trailer also includes some explosive action and little dialogue. Plus that dialogue is in Japanese, so we have no idea what the main character is saying until we get a translation. Nonetheless, the trailer is […]

Ubisoft Is Asking Adi Shankar To Make An ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Anime

Adi Shankar Is Behind The Netflix Anime Adaptation of Castlevania   While the Assassin’s Creed film starring Michael Fassbender stumbled at the domestic box office, the video game franchise is still Ubisoft’s bread and butter. They are still producing hit games in the series, including Assassin’s Creed: Origins which releases in October. Now, the game publisher is looking to create an Anime series for the intellectual property and they want Adi Shankar to produce it. Shankar took to Facebook to announce his next project:   If there’s one person who could bring some great style to an animated adaptation of the Assassin’s […]

Trailer For Netflix’s ‘Death Note’ Adaptation Is Creepy

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Godzilla vs. Kong Director Adam Wingard Is Behind This Anime Adaptation   American anime adaptations are hit and miss. We really liked Ghost in the Shell, however, most people ended up not even seeing the film. It was a disappointment at the domestic box office. Now, Netflix is taking a stab at a popular anime title, Death Note. The streaming giant knows its got a good following since they have the rights to stream the anime. No doubt, their internal numbers were the reason they decided to produce the film. Furthermore, their choice of director gives us hope for another great […]

Netflix’s ‘Godzilla’ Anime Movie Gets An Awesome New Poster

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With This New Godzilla Poster, We Get an Idea of the Design for the King of the Monsters   Since the announcement of a Godzilla anime movie coming to Netflix, fans of the Kaiju have been wondering what the big guy would look like. With the release of a new poster today from the official website, that sense of wonder is gone. It looks like the anime King of the Monsters will resemble what he looked like in the 2014 Legendary film. Check out this poster: Furthermore, today’s news release reveals the official release date of the film. Godzilla: Monster Planet will hit Netflix […]

Live-Action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Series Begins Development

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The Popular Sci-Fi Anime Series Will Be The Latest Hollywood Live-Action Adaptation   According to Deadline, a live-action adaptation TV series of the cult classic anime series Cowboy Bebop is under development. Tomorrow Studios and Midnight Radio are the two studios teaming up with the Japanese studio Sunrise that made the original series to bring the anime to life in the States. The best news about the project is the fact that Chris Yost is writing the scripts. He’s best known for writing both Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok. If you’re not familiar with Cowboy Bebop, you’re missing out. The […]

The ‘Castlevania’ Anime Series Hits Netflix This July

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Prepare Your Nostalgia Feels, the Nintendo Classic Gets the Netflix Anime Treatment…   My thumbs are aching just hearing this news and watching the trailer. Soon you’ll be able to get your Castlevania fix without having to blow the dust off your old cartridge. Netflix is bringing the classic Nintendo game to life as a new animated series. The first part of Season One hits Netflix on July 7, 2017. Check out this trailer:   This cartoon is definitely not for kids. Some great artists are working on this series. The animation looks dark and beautiful, with plenty of bloody action. […]

Looking Back 10 Years Ago: Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann

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This Year Marks the 10th Anniversary of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann To be more precise, April 1 of this year was the anniversary for Gurren Lagann. Better late than never! I personally did not become aware of Gurren Lagann until roughly 7 years ago. It was during a time in my life that I was just kind of mulling around… I had just recently got back into watching anime after an almost 15-year hiatus (don’t judge) and stumbled across this colorful looking anime on Netflix. For me initially, the art style was not exactly attractive, I was a more accustomed to slightly […]

Take a Look: Beast King GoLion, the Original Voltron

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Are You Feeling the Nostalgia? Check Out Beast King GoLion, the Original Voltron… Due to the recent success of the Voltron: Legendary Defender on Netflix, viewers may be curious about its origins. The 80’s version of Voltron was an amalgamation of two anime series. Beast King GoLion was one of them. If you enjoy the new series, it might be worth looking into the original. Beast King GoLion originally aired its 52 episodes in Japan during the spring broadcast season of 1981. Here is a synopsis of the series courtesy of ANN. “Golion, a powerful sentient robot, abuses his great powers by […]

New ‘Ghost In The Shell’ Anime Coming Soon

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Are The Producers Trying To Redeem The Franchise After The Disappointing Film…   According to The Hollywood Reporter, Japanese publisher Kodansha and Production I.G are working on a new animated project in the Ghost in the Shell franchise.  After a disappointing opening weekend at the box office for the Hollywood live-action adaptation, perhaps this is a case of redemption for the Japanese creators of the original film.  The film starring Scarlett Johansson didn’t even break $20 million in its first weekend in theaters. No indication yet whether this will be a stand-alone anime film or a new television series.  The original 1995 anime […]

Movie Review: ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (2017)

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We Review Scarlett Johansson as Major in this Adaptation of the Iconic Anime Film   Review: Hollywood has a long storied history of making unsuccessful adaptations of Japanese anime.  From Dragon Ball to Speed Racer, filmmakers have been trying their best, or in the case of Dragon Ball their worst, to recapture lightning a bottle.  The same lightning that Japanese artists, who came up with original stories, successfully accomplished before them.  With Ghost in the Shell, it seems director Rupert Sanders has finally caught that lightning that director Mamoru Oshii bottled in 1995, with the first Ghost in the Shell anime. […]