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Sword Art Online Season 3 Reveals Theme Song Performers

The long-awaited third season of Sword Art Online, which covers the Alicization arc, is finally set to debut this October, and now we know who will be performing the themes. LiSA—who previously performed first season OP “crossing field,” second season EDs “No More Time Machine” and “Shiruishi,” and Ordinal Scale ED “Catch the Moment”—is on...

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Los Angeles Anime Film Festival to Host English Dub Actor Awards

The Los Angeles Anime Film Festival, which launched last year, is adding a new feature for its second annual event: an awards ceremony for English-language dub actors. The ceremony will take place on the opening night of the festival, September 21, and feature the following categories: Best Vocal Ensemble in an Anime Movie/Special Best Male...

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Justice Returns to the Big Screen in Sailor Moon SuperS the Movie [Review]

It’s been over 20 years years since the premiere of Sailor Moon SuperS the Movie, but it recently had the chance to shine all over again thanks to a new theatrical release. Hot on the heels of screenings for the Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S movies, we had a chance to see how...

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Seishun Buta Yarou Anime Adaptation Premieres This October

With the lengthy full title of Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai, AKA The Teenage Pig-Rascal Doesn’t Dream of Bunnygirl-senpai, writer Hajime Kamoshida and illustrator Keeji Mizoguchi’s light novel series is making its way to TV in anime form. The adaptation now has an official schedule, lining the series up...

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Check Out a New Dubbed Look at the My Hero Academia Anime Film

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes first had its world premiere at this summer’s Anime Expo, so the next stop is a wider release throughout North America. Funimation Films will be releasing the anime film in the United States and Canada this September,...

Skating Gold Medalist Cosplays as Madoka Magica in Japanese Commercial

Real-life professional ice skating and anime collide… and for once, it has nothing to do with Yuri on Ice! Alina Zagitova, Russian ice skater and winner of a gold medal in the 2018 Olympics, has debuted in an ad for the Madoka Magica smartphone game, Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Gaiden. In the ad, Zagitova skates...

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Japan’s Latest Fate/EXTRA Last Encore Merchandise: Sweatpants

Fans in the US have every right to be jealous of the loads of amazing, varied anime merch available in Japan. Hit the shops in Akihabara, and no matter what series you’re into, you can find figures, T-shirts, CDs, cosplay accessories, you name it. But sweatpants? This may be a first. Fate/EXTRA Last Encore fans...

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Hayao Miyazaki Tribute Art Exhibition to Be Held in Los Angeles

Over his decades making iconic anime films, Studio Ghibli director and frequent unretirer Hayao Miyazaki has inspired more than a few artists. Some of those artists (over 130, in fact) will pay tribute to Miyazaki at an exhibition in Los Angeles August 17-19. The exhibition, which will take place at the Building Bridges Art Exchange...

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