The Winter 2019 anime season is here, and it's time for the best part (besides actually getting to watch the new shows): announcements! This is going to be your one-stop shop for all the new license updates, so sit back and dig into the fresh batches of incoming anime after the jump.
Want to show your old-school fandom while retaining some summer flare? The new Urusei Yatsura annivesrary collection features six summery pieces, including an image necklace, skirt, and floral-print dress. Hit the jump to check them out!
Shota Aoi has returned to the role of Yuto Ito for a 3D Kanojo: Real Girl YouTube tie-in! Now a virtual YouTuber, he's aiming for 1 million subscribers. Check out his first video after the jump.
Two of Japan's loyalest fan bases -- Attack on Titan and those little meat cubes in Cup Noodle -- unite in Attack on Nazoniku! Nissin is launching three new Cup Noodle flavors, accompanied by newly-dubbed commercials. Hit the jump to check out the promotion.
NIS America set western release dates for Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk. The dungeon-crawler is coming to PS4, Switch, and PC in North America on September 18, followed by Europe on September 21, and you can see the latest trailer after the jump.
Our weekly collection of the best animation to be found in this season's anime returns, this time highlighting one of the industry's best-known animators and his appearance on My Hero Academia's explosive episode from last week. And alongside our favorite superhero anime appears another shonen challenger. Hit the jump to read more!
Another Death Stranding trailer debuted during last night's Sony media showcase at E3, showing off some ponderous exploration and the addition of actresses Léa Seydoux and The Bionic Woman herself, Lindsay Wagner. Hit the jump to watch.
The English cast of the first Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] movie sat down with us to talk Fate, Heaven's Feel, and more after the dub's premiere screening. Hit the jump to learn what went into dubbing such an amazing movie!
Compile Heart hurriedly put together an urgent press conference to announce a new RPG, and the latest issue of Famitsu has the full scoop. Next up for the company is a PS4 RPG called Valneer of the Dragon Star, which is due out in Japan on October 11. Read on for more.
Nintendo kicked off its Direct presentation with a look at Daemon X Machina, a new mech game from Marvelous that reels in some serious design talent. Read on for more.
Hyouka has been adored by fans for years, but many still haven't seen this Kyoto Animation classic! With its recent addition to our library, we ask one such anime fan to share his thoughts on their first viewing! Hit the jump to find out more.
Nintendo's Direct presentation just ended, and it's safe to say the highlight was an explosion of info on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Switch. Masahiro Sakurai broke down the latest entry in the series, which includes every playable character ever along with the new Inklings and the addition of Metroid villain Ridley. Hit the jump for more.
Bandai Namco Entertainment announced plans to release the My Hero Academia arena fighter on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC this October, and you can see its playable villains and heroes in action after the jump.
“Anime vs. Real Life” celebrates its two year anniversary today! This means that it’s high time to take a look back at the most spectacular, interesting, and simply beautiful real-world locations that anime have introduced us to over the past two years. Check out real-world locations from Flying Witch to Izetta: The Last Witch, all after the jump!
The main staff and cast have been revealed for Usuzumizakura -GARO- ("Ink-gray Cherry Blossoms -GARO-"), an upcoming theatrical anime film that takes the GARO action / horror tokusatsu franchise and transplants it into a Heian Era setting. Hit the jump to learn more.
More cast members and the opening and ending theme performers have been announced for Chio's School Road (known in Japan as Chio-chan no Tsugakuro), an upcoming TV anime based on the comedy manga by Tadataka Kawasaki about an ordinary high school girl and her perfectly normal (and not at all incredibly weird) everyday commute to school. Hit the jump to learn more.