Who's top of the heap at tonight's Anime Awards? We're keeping you updated in real time as the announcements go live! Join us live on Twitch to see the winners for yourself, or hit the jump for live updates!
A new key visual, new cast members, and the Japanese broadcast schedule have been revealed for 100 Sleeping Princes and the Kingdom of Dreams (known as Yume Oukoku to Nemureru 100 nin no Ouji-sama in Japan), an upcoming TV anime based on the fantasy otome smart phone game by GCREST about a young woman on an adventure to save the dream-world with the help of a bunch of handsome princes. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for Kyoto Animation's Free! anime series announced on June 11 that its highly anticipated TV anime third season, Free!-Dive to the Future is set to premiere on TOKYO MX1 and TV Aichi on July 11, then on ABC TV and BS 11 one day later. Check out more information after the jump.
Two months after the initial announcement in April, the official website and Twitter for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of matoba's comedy manga Beelzebub-jyou no Oki ni Mesumama./As Miss Beelzebub Likes It. open today, revealing its first key visual introducing the protagonist Beelzebub and her attendant Mullin, along with its two main voice cast staff. Check out the latest information after the jump!
Sony's press conference had a few surprises, including Team Ninja's sequel to Nioh. The tense Souls-like action is coming back for more on PS4, and you can see the teaser trailer after the jump.
Following her smash-hit first solo single "Blooming Flower" in March, the official website for 24-year-old anime voice actress Kaori Ishihara has started streaming a three-minute music video for her upcoming second solo single song "Ray Rule." Watch the cool video featuring her dancing on the shining laser beam stage after the jump!
One of the early highlights of Sony's E3 2018 press conference was the first trailer for the Resident Evil 2 remake, which is coming out on January 25, 2019. Check out the trailer after the jump.
According to the report by Tokyo Shoko Research on Monday, Tokyo-based anime production company Production IMS has started procedures to adjust its debt. While the total amount of the debt is still under investigation, an attorney who is in charge of the procedures says the company is likely to go into bankruptcy soon. Hit the jump for more details.
Last week we got to see a couple takes on the latest promo for the Back Street Girls anime, which is based on the manga by Jasmine Gyuh. Now the series is here with a new key visual, showing off both sides of the leading yakuza-trio-turned-bubbly-female-idols. Read on for more.
Square Enix didn't have the strongest press conference this morning, but there were a few cool trailers at least. One of the best belonged to Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, so check out the new dubbed preview after the jump.
Happy Sugar Life, an upcoming TV anime based on the psychological horror manga by Tomiyaki Kagisora about a girl who is willing to kill to protect what she loves, has announced a cast change for the role of Daichi Kitaumekawa, a head teacher at the school the protagonist attends. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's time to step up to the cockpit and take a Franxx out for a spin. The only question is: who're you going to pair up with? Take this quiz now and find out who you'd be partnered with!
Many thanks go out to Sega for officially confirming plans to bring the Yakuza studio's take on Fist of the North Star to the west. Read on for details and a new dubbed trailer!
It's why you're here: you love anime. We all do, but sometimes it's not something we can always talk about out loud. Sometimes, it's hard to admit it -- and it's the same way for us too. Find out more after the jump!
This one's still a little mysterious, but one of the games shown during Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference was the latest from Bayonetta developer PlatinumGames. The title is Babylon's Fall, and you can see a brief teaser after the jump.
Dark Souls developer FromSoftware originally released mech action game Metal Wolf Chaos for the original Xbox in Japan back in 2004. It never made its way over here despite its full English voicing, but that's about to change thanks to Devolver Digital. Read on for more.