anime & comics
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- 4 Dic 2012
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The official website for the television anime of Yukiwo's Dropkick on My Devil! (Jashin-chan Dropkick) manga revealed the opening theme song, a new key visual, and broadcast information for the second season on Wednesday. Singer halca is performing the opening theme song "Toki Toshite Violence" (Violence on Occasion).
The second season will premiere on Tokyo MX, Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting Co., Ltd., RNC, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, Chiba TV, Sun TV, Television Nagasaki, BS Fuji, AT-X, and other networks in April. Amazon Prime Video will stream all the episodes at once in advance of the television broadcast.
The organizers of Osaka's Nippombashi Street Festa, which they promote as "Japan's biggest cosplay event," announced on Wednesday that they are canceling this year's event due to concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. The 16th annual parade would have run in Nippombashi's Den Den Town area (Osaka's shopping district known for anime, game, and manga goods, similar to Tokyo's Akihabara) on March 15. Over 200,000 people attend the outdoor event every year.
The event's website will announce what people can do if they already bought cosplayer wristbands or photographer ID straps for this year's event. Part of the "K Festa 2020 in Osaka" campaign at the neighboring Animate Osaka Nippombashi store chain branch is being revised, but it will still go on as planned. A talk show with voice actress Yuki Nakashima for Nankai Electric Railway will also still go on, but it has stopped accepting attendee applications, and regular attendees will not be allowed on that day. The Nippombashi Street Festa's website will announce what will happen to the K: Seven Stories special collaboration goods that were to be offered at the neighboring Taito Station Osaka Nippombashi branch and Inouetake Shōten shop.
Netflix announced on Wednesday that Netflix and Production I.G's Sol Levante anime will debut on Netflix on March 23. The anime is an experimental project between Netflix and Production I.G to produce the first hand-drawn anime with 4K HDR quality.
The anime was originally planned to premiere last fall through Netflix's premium plan.
Netflix creative technology engineer Haruka Miyagawa is supervising, and Production I.G's Akira Saitoh (Blood+ special effects, Otogi Zoshi photography) is directing the project. Saitoh previously stated regarding the project, "There are hurdles like equipment, and 4K and HDR are undeveloped fields in the industry." Saitoh added, "As expressive people, we always search for a chance to produce videos that are more beautiful."
This year's 25th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on Monday that the magazine's 26th issue on June 1 will have an "important project announcement" for Tatsuya Matsuki and Shiro Usazaki's act-age manga. The issue also teases that the manga's story will "enter a new development" in the 26th issue.
Viz Media is publishing the manga in English digitally, and it describes the series:
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