Tokyo Ghoul Live Action Trailer

If you are lucky enough the live action adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul will be in select theaters October 16-22.  If you are like us and don’t live near a large city you’ll just have to wait until it gets released on DVD/Blu-ray.  How long that wait will be I’m not sure, but at least fans in North America have FUNimation that is going to be a distributor for the film.  Here’s the trailer for Tokyo Ghoul for you through FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

Space Dandy Trailer

Space Dandy is one of those anime that is just fun to watch because of it’s absurdity.  FUNimation will be releasing the complete series in the near future.  So if you haven’t picked it up yet this would be a way to add it to your anime library in one fell swoop.  Here’s the trailer from FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

Ep 11 ComicPop Get Animated with Kaze No Stigma

Ep 11 ComicPop Gets Animated with Kaze No Stigma

Join Logan and Richard as they travel back to Japan.  While there they wonder into a mystical battle for the ages.  They stand with Kazuma and Ayano as they navigate dangerous waters as well as the dangerous waters of Kazuma and Ayano’s turbulent relationship!  Will they get along enough to defeat the evildoers in Kaze No Stigma: Complete Series.

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Item reviewed:

  1. Kaze No Stigma: Compete Series S.A.V.E., Tyler Walker – director, FUNimation Prod., 2012.  ASIN: B005W2BWSA, $15.83.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Blast of Wind”, Kaze No Stigma Opening, Saori Kiuji, Anime Project, 2007.


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Orange the Complete Series Trailer

Orange The Complete Series anime is up for Pre-Order on FUNimation’s website  It looks to be a slice of life coming of age series with the lead female character somehow getting a letter, from her future self, about a new boy in her class and not to make the mistakes she made.  Looks to be a interesting anime that you might want to add to your anime library’s.  Here’s the trailer or really a clip from Orange from FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

Samurai Warriors Trailer

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KanColle – Kantai Collection Trailer

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In This Corner of the World Trailer

In This Corner of the World might be in the style of old school anime, but it looks to be a really well done movie.  It is getting an August 11 release in select theaters and then I’m sure it will move into it’s DVD/Blu-ray sales for North America.  This will be one that, if given a chance, will appeal to people that might not really watch anime.  Here’s the subbed trailer through FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Trailer

Catch up with the S.O.S. Brigade in their next adventure.  FUNimation has The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya available to add to you anime libraries.  This will be a must for those with the first series, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.  Here’s the trailer from FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

FUNimation Licenses “Tokyo Ghoul” Live Action Film

ICv2 is reporting that FUNimation Entertainment has licensed the live action Tokyo Ghoul film.  The release will be in Japanese with English subtitles.  The film is directed by Kentaro Hagiwara and stars Masataka Kubota as Ken.  The Japanese theatrical release date is July 29.  No distribution date has been set at this time, but be sure to keep checking FUNimation’s site to order your copy to add to your library.