Math-rockers JYOCHO have announced that they will be releasing their first single, titled “Tagai no Uchuu e.p”, later this month on March 21st. The lead song has already been selected as the ending theme for the currently airing anime “The Junji Ito Collection”, an anthology series which endeavors to adapt a number of the horror author’s shorter works.
In support of this release, the group have now chosen to upload the music video for “Tagai no Uchuu” to their label’s Youtube channel. The video features a combination of the group’s performance of the track with time lapsed images of growing crystals, the latter intended to portray the parallel universe suggested in the song’s title.
You’ll find not only the PV for “Tagai no Uchuu”, but also the single’s cover and track list if you read on below.
Ever since it’s release on January 5th, 2018 DEVILMAN crybaby has been in the spotlight among anime fans.
The Netflix exclusive show is based off of the original Devilman manga series by Go Nagai. In this new adaptation the series perfectly depicts the human vices of greed and lust. It also full of violent battles between Devilman and various demons, a signature trait to the series.
Director Masaaki Yuasa gives the Devilman series a new reality by setting it in present day Japan, and showcases the “true form of the original Devilman” through his unique art and animation style.
MAN HUMAN is by the acclaimed Japanese techno-pop duo DENKI GROOVE. Since its release, the coupling track Konyadake on the single has been #1 on Spotify’s viral chart in Japan, and the single has already hit highly impressive numbers in streaming on Spotify US. Konyadake was used as a special ending theme featured in the 9th episode of DEVILMAN crybaby.
DEVILMAN crybaby is currently streaming exclusively on Netflix in 190 countries with 23 languages for subtitles and 7 dubbed languages. The MAN HUMAN single can be found on iTunes, Apple Music, and Spotify worldwide!
Get ready FMA fans! The Fullmetal Alchemist live action film that was released in December 2017 is coming very soon to Netflix. The film is included in the list of incoming titles for February and is listed as a “Netfilix Original”. The Fumihiko Sori-directed adaptation officially hits the streaming service on February 19!
It was previously announced that the film will open in over 190 countries but did not specify further details. Now we get information on the film’s exclusive distribution through Netflix, to be released just a few months after it opened in Japan.
The film first held its overseas premiere in the US at Anime NYC on November 19.
FullMetal Alchemist: A Netflix Original
2017 2h 14m
While alchemist Edward Elric searches for a way to restore his brother Al’s body, the military government and mysterious monsters are watching closely.
Starring: Ryosuke Yamada, Tsubasa Honda, Dean Fujioka
Genres: Action & Adventure, Asian Action Movies, Dramas, International Movies, Japanese Movies
Director: Fumihiko Sori
Check out the trailer released for upcoming live-action film adaptation of Kemuri Karakara’s fantasy action manga Donten ni Warau (Laughing Under the Clouds) starring Sota Fukushi.
Sota is cast Tenka Kumo, the eldest of the three Kumo brothers. Yuma Nakayama plays as the second eldest Soramaru and Kirato Wakayama as the youngest Chutaro.
The film is directed by Katsuyuki Motohiro (Psycho-Pass) with script written by Yuuya Takahashi (Laughing Under the Clouds, Lupin the Third, Luck & Logic). The film will open in Japan on March 21, 2018.
Check out the trailer and released visuals of the cast below!
Other Cast: Yuki Furukawa as Abe no Sosei Renn Kiriyama as Shirasu Kinjo Shunsuke Daito as Seiichirō Takamine Yuta Koseki as Ren Nagayama Tomohiro Ichikawa as Rakucho Takeda Masaki Kaji as Zenzo Inukai Ryuuya Wakaba as Kiryu (The Fuuma Clan) Junya Ikeda as Hayakage (The Fuuma Clan) Eita Okuno as Raiga (The Fuuma Clan) Noriyuki Higashiyama asTomomi Iwakura
If you are planning to watch the upcoming live action film “Fullmetal Alchemist”, you’re in luck! After making its premiere at The 30th Tokyo International Film Festival last October 25, it was announced that the highly anticipated film will open in over 190 countries including the United States and Europe. It will be the widest international opening for any Japanese film.
As previously announced, the film will premiere in the US at Anime NYC on November 19, as the event’s closing film. In Japan, “Fullmetal Alchemist” will open in over 400 screens on December 1, the largest screen count in the history of Japanese films.
Gearing up for its nationwide release, the film drops three 45-sec character-featured trailers, with MISIA’s theme song “Kimi no Soba ni Iru yo” (I’m By Your Side): Ed, Al and Winry – “those who believe in the bond of brothers”; the Homunculi — “those who would destroy the bond of brothers”; the State Military — “those who protect the bond of brothers.”