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Sunrise Inc., a leading Japanese animation production studio, in conjunction with Azoland Pictures, announced today they will be screening Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin “Blue-Eyed Casval” and “Artesia’s Sorrow” for only one night at the Downtown Independent theater in Los Angeles, CA on October 31, 2015 at 6:00 PM to coincide with the Japanese theatrical release of Episode 2. Both episodes will be screened with English Dialogue produced by SUNRISE with NYAV Post. Keep Reading

“Attack on Titan” Live Action Movies Throughout The Americas

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Attack on Titan

FUNimation Entertainment is proud to announce today its distribution of the theatrical, home entertainment, video on demand and broadcast rights to the upcoming Japanese live-action feature film “Attack on Titan” across the Americas (North America, Central America and South America). The film will be released by Toho Co. Ltd. in two parts in Japan on August 1 and September 19, 2015. Series creator Hajime Isayama worked directly with the film’s producers to create the screen adaptation.

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Manga Artists/Creators Eiichi Shimizu And Tomohiro Shimoguchi Make First-Ever International Appearance To Celebrate New Action Series Inspired By The Classic Japanese Sci-Fi Property

San Francisco, CA, June 23, 2015 – VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), the largest publisher, distributor and licensor of manga and anime in North America, proudly presents the first-ever U.S. appearance by the creators of the new ULTRAMAN manga series at the 2015 Comic-Con International: San Diego.

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The Animation Series Based on the Mega Hit RPG “Persona4 the Golden” Due This Summer on Blu-ray

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3 years have passed since the anime series Persona4 aired…
And now, they’re coming back!
Based on a hugely popular RPG, Persona4 became a sensation as soon as it started airing in 2011, drawing in not only gaming fans, but anime fans as well. Released after the broadcast, the PlayStation Vita title, Persona4 The Golden, was a massive hit, with 350,000 copies sold, as if to flaunt Persona4’s seemingly unstoppable popularity. Now at last, the “Golden” days will begin!
Yu followed Adachi into the Midnight TV to find the truth behind a series of incidents in the rural town in spite of Marie’s warning to stay away from him. When Yu’s Persona and Adachi’s Persona fight, Yu understands what had happened to Adachi before. Yu could not find words to comfort Adachi and he goes back to the real world. Meanwhile, Marie continues searching for her memories she had lost. Can Yu and his friends reach the fact?
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We at PLAYISM are excited to bring An Octave Higher to mobile.

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An Octave Higher

PLAYISM is bringing the aesthetically beautiful and unique visual novel An Octave Higher to mobile on iOS and Android.

An Octave Higher – A Visual Novel

Welcome to Overture – The leading city of a great empire that has discovered and uses magic in its daily life. Dive into this unique visual novel where you can explore the workings of this magical and fantastic city. Make choices in the game that change the lives of the characters and the future of the city.
But in a world where magic defines your class, there is unrest in the background. Rumors of a revolution are stirring, and the city is uneasy. Is a revolution really what this city needs?

Follow Elise, Franz and Frederic as they work towards their different goals, but they are all brought together by one aspect: A broken piano.
In Overture, everyone knows that healing magic can’t be used on inanimate objects. So when Elise extends her hands over the broken piano to try and fix it so that it’ll play again, the journey of faith, compassion, courage, willpower and intelligence thrusts everyone down an unexpected path.
Can they fix the piano? Will they reach their goal? And will they survive the hidden turmoil of the brewing revolution?

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