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Yu Yu Hakusho Anime’s 55th Episode Gets Audio Commentary Airing

The celebration continues for the 25th anniversary of the Yu Yu Hakusho anime, based on the manga by Yoshihiro Togashi. An aspect of the anniversary project includes the rebroadcast of various Dark Tournament Saga episodes on Japanese TV, and one of them will even feature audio commentary from the cast. The highly popular episode 55,...

The post Yu Yu Hakusho Anime’s 55th Episode Gets Audio Commentary Airing appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Sing Along to Evangelion Anime’s Theme in HD Music Video

Who’s in the mood for some ’90s nostalgia? If you have fond memories of Gainax’s Neon Genesis Evangelion, you’ll want to dive right into the HD version music video of its opening theme song, “A Cruel Angel’s Thesis.” This isn’t just some fan-made AMV either; this was uploaded to YouTube on the official KING RECORDS...

The post Sing Along to Evangelion Anime’s Theme in HD Music Video appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Pop Team Epic’s Anime Absurdity Heads to Adult Swim

Another new addition is on the way to the Adult Swim anime block, and this one aims to take the lineup to the next level of absurdity. Starting June 30, Pop Team Epic will make its midnight debut, sandwiched right between FLCL: Progressive and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders. Here’s the full lineup: 10:30p –...

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Cells at Work! Anime Stays Busy in New Visual and Ads

Akane Shimizu’s Cells at Work! manga is coming to the small screen in a TV anime this July, and the official website recently updated with some new content. The latest previews include a pair of commercials, which offer up quick samples of the opening and ending themes, as well as a new visual. Let’s start...

The post Cells at Work! Anime Stays Busy in New Visual and Ads appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Leiji Matsumoto Working on New Galaxy Express 999 Manga

Leiji Matsumoto’s classic Galaxy Express 999 manga has inspired a live-action drama, and a press conference was held for the project this week. It turns out this isn’t all that’s in store for the series, because Matsumoto confirmed he is currently working on a new Galaxy Express 999 manga story. Here’s what he had to...

The post Leiji Matsumoto Working on New Galaxy Express 999 Manga appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Black Clover Anime Adds Two More Cast Members

We’re nearly 40 episodes deep in the Black Clover anime—which adapts the shonen manga by Yuki Tabata—but it’s time to introduce a couple more cast members. The latest update brings Tomokazu Sugita (Gintoki in Gintama) into the mix along with Natsuki Hanae (Taichi in Digimon Adventure tri.), with both kicking off their respective roles in...

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Promises ‘Big news’ This Summer

The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure franchise is coyly teasing an announcement on the wraparound jacket band of the collection of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan short stories. Hirohiko Araki’s series has “big news” on the way this summer, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long to find out what it is. Next up for Thus Spoke...

The post JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Promises ‘Big news’ This Summer appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Kill la Kill Fighting Game is on the Way from Arc System Works

Studio Trigger recently counted down to a collaboration with Dragon Ball FighterZ and Guilty Gear developer Arc System Works, and the results turned out to be Kill la Kill: The Game. More details will be revealed for this dream team pairing at Anime Expo 2018, but for now there’s an official website, a teaser, and...

The post Kill la Kill Fighting Game is on the Way from Arc System Works appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

Sample Encouragement of Climb Season 3’s Ending Theme

The third season of the Encouragement of Climb anime—based on the Yama no Susume manga by Shiro—is fast approaching on July 2. The latest preview isn’t your traditional promo, opting instead for an audio-only sample of Yuka Iguchi (Aoi Yukimura) and Kana Asumi (Hinata Kuraue)’s ending theme, “Irochigai no Tsubasa.” If you’d like some more...

The post Sample Encouragement of Climb Season 3’s Ending Theme appeared first on Otaku USA Magazine.

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