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The "Virtual Meeting in #VirtualShibuya" for the Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night anime film confirmed on Saturday that the film will open in over 40 countries and territories around the world. The staff debuted a video for the announcement and also posted a 15-second "World" video:



Cast members Yoshitsugu MatsuokaHaruka Tomatsu, and Inori Minase will join director Ayako Kohno and singer LiSA at stage greetings during four screenings of the film at Tokyo's Shinjuku Wald 9 theater and United Cinema Toyosu on opening day, October 30.

While supplies last, each filmgoer in Japan will receive one of three different, randomly distributed postcards with exclusive illustrations by franchise artist abec during the film's first week.

The website also posted details on the goods that theaters will offer, including (from top left to bottom right in the image below) a pamphlet, three acrylic mascots, six randomly distributed trading SD acrylic charms, two B2-size tapestries, four A4-size clear file folders, a B4-size illustration card, a set of six hologram postcards, three plush Potet Mascots, beta tester guidebook-style memo pad, three metal weapon charms, a set of two metal bookmarks, tote bag, book cover, and Asuna's cape brooch:

Funimation had announced in September that it would present the film in both standard and IMAX theaters in the United States and Canada on December 3 and in Australia and New Zealand on December 9. The movie will also screen soon in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Latin America. Tickets go on sale in the U.S. and Canada on November 5 and in Australia and New Zealand on November 9. The film will screen in Japanese with English subtitles and with an English dub.

Odex will screen the film in Southeast Asia this year.

Bryce Papenbrook and Cherami Leigh will reprise their roles as Kirito and Asuna, respectively, in the dub.

Funimation describes the film:

This is a tale of the time before “Lightning Flash” and “The Black Swordsman” were known by those names…

The day that she happened to don the NerveGear, Asuna Yuuki was a third-year middle school student who'd never even touched an online game before. On November 6, 2022, the world's first VRMMORPG, Sword Art Online, is officially launched. But the players, still euphoric over having logged in, suddenly find themselves trapped inside the game when the Game Master deprives them of any way to log out.

The Game Master then gives them this warning “This may be a game, but it's not something you play.” If a player dies in-game, they die in the real world.

Hearing this, all of the players panic, and pandemonium reigns. One of those players is Asuna, but despite not yet knowing the rules of this world, she sets off to conquer the floating iron castle, Aincrad, whose peak is too high to be seen. As the days go by in this world where death is never very far away, she has a fateful encounter. And then, a parting…

Though she's at the mercy of the reality before her eyes, Asuna fights on with all her might until someone appears before her: the aloof swordsman, Kirito…

The film will open in Japan on October 30 in standard and IMAX theaters.

The film got an advance IMAX screening on September 15 at the T-Joy PRINCE Shinagawa theater in Tokyo.

Ayako Kohno (unit director on Black Butler: Book of the AtlanticHigh School FleetThe Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky) directed the film at A-1 Pictures, and Kento Toya (Sword Art Online: Alicization - War of UnderworldThe Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments) designied the characters. Yasuyuki Kai served as action director, and Yuki Kajiura returned to compose the music.

Also returning are Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Kirito and Haruka Tomatsu as Asuna in the voice cast.

The anime is based on Reki Kawahara's Sword Art Online: Progressive light novel series. The novel series launched in 2012 as a revised retelling of Kawahara's original Sword Art Online novels. The story depicts Kirito's journey through the floating Aincrad castle from the beginning, floor-by-floor. Yen Press is publishing the Sword Art Online: Progressive novel series in English, as well as two manga adaptations.

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 Ian Sinclair joins English dub cast, 2nd English dub season to be completed by end of year


Toei Animation revealed a new subtitled trailer and a commercial for the third season of the World Trigger anime at New York Comic Con on Friday.




The third season will premiere on October 9 on TV Asahi's NUMAnimation programming block and will air on Saturdays at 1:30 a.m. The rock band Kami wa Saikoro o Furanai returns to perform the opening theme song "Time Factor," while the duo Fantastic Youth performs the ending theme song "Ungai Dōkei" (Yearning to Be Above the Clouds).

New cast members for the third season include Ryota Takeuchi as Mikhail Kronin and Mamiko Noto as Yuri Rindō.

Crunchyroll will stream the new season starting this weekend.

Daisuke Ashihara debuted the World Trigger manga in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 2013. The manga went on hiatus in November 2016 due to Ashihara's poor physical health, and returned in the magazine in October 2018 for five issues before moving to Shueisha's Jump SQ. magazine in December 2018.

Viz Media and MANGA Plus both publish the series simultaneously in English digitally. Viz Media also publishes the manga in print.

The manga inspired two television anime in 2014 and 2015. The second season of the anime premiered on January 9 and aired for 12 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan.

The manga is inspiring a stage play that will run at Shinagawa Prince Hotel Stellar Ball in Tokyo from November 19-28, and at Sankei Hall Breeze in Osaka from December 2-5.





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 Film debuted digitally in April 2018



Adult Swim's Toonami programming block announced on Thursday that it will air the Batman Ninja CG anime film on the programming block on October 16 at 12:30 a.m. The film will take up two hours of the weekly programming block.

Warner Bros. released the anime film digitally in April 2018, and on home video in May 2018. The release included the Japanese audio track as well as the English dub. The anime debuted in Japanese theaters in June 2018 with the Japanese voice cast.

Junpei Mizusaki, the producer of the opening animation sequences for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders and Kamikaze Douga CEO/founder, was the film's director. Kazuki Nakashima, who was in charge of the series scripts for Gurren Lagann and Kill la Kill, was the screenwriter. Takashi Okazaki, the creator of the Afro Samurai manga, was the character designer for the film. The project also involved English-language screenwriters Leo Chuand Eric Garcia, the executive producers for the Afro Samurai series and Afro Samurai: Resurrection film.

Kamikaze Douga worked on the project, and Yūgo Kanno (Psycho-PassJoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is UnbreakableAjin) composed the music. The anime's website stated the project was three years in the making.

Masato Hisa (NobunagunArea 51launched a manga adaptation of the anime in Monthly Hero's magazine in June 2018, and ended it in September 2019. The manga won a Seiun Award in August 2020.

The anime film is inspiring a stage play that will run from November 6-30.

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 Miyuki Sawashiro plays Daki


Fuji TV's broadcast premiere of the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train anime ended on Saturday with a promotional reel. The reel announced that the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yūkaku-hen) television anime will premiere on December 5 at 11:15 p.m. (9:15 a.m. EST) with a one-hour special. Miyuki Sawashiro will join the cast as Daki.

The reel also announced that the Mugen Train arc will have a seven-episode television version, including an entirely new first episode, that will premiere on October 10. The first episode depicts Rengoku as he embarks on his journey to the Mugen Train. The remaining episodes will add about 70 new animation cuts and new background music, as well as a new trailer.


LiSA is contributing the opening song "Akeboshi" (Morning Star) and ending song "Shirogane" (Silver) for the Mugen Train television arc, while Aimer is contributing the opening song "Zankyō Sanka" (Song of Reverberation) and ending song "Asa ga Kuru" (Daybreak) for the Entertainment District Arc. Both arcs will be available in over 90 countries and territories.

The Entertainment District Arc season continues the story from the Mugen Train film as Tanjirō and the others take on their next mission.

Funimation will stream the new anime season when it premieres this year. Funimation streamed three of the previous compilation specials in Japanese with English subtitles and with an English dub.

Koyoharu Gotouge's Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga inspired a television anime that premiered in April 2019. Aniplex of America licensed the series and streamed the show on HuluCrunchyroll, and FunimationAdult Swim's Toonami programming block premiered the television anime in October 2019.

The series was followed up by the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train anime film in October 2020. The film sold a total of 28,966,806 tickets for 40,016,942,050 yen (about US$367.6 million) in Japan as of May 23 — and became the first film ever to pass the 40 billion yen milestone. It has since earned 40,096,913,600 yen (about US$366.53 million) in Japan as of June 6.

In 45 countries and territories worldwide, Mugen Train sold a total of 41.35 million tickets to earn the equivalent of 51.7 billion yen (about US$475 million) as of May 23. The film was the highest-earning film worldwide from 2020. It is the first non-Hollywood or non-American film to top the yearly box office worldwide since the beginning of cinema over a century ago. The film is now the #2 highest-earning anime film ever at the U.S. box office.

Four new Valentine's Day-themed shorts titled "Kimetsu Gakuen Valentine-hen" (Demon Slayer Academy Valentine Chapter) premiered online in February.

Gotouge launched the manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2016. The manga ended in May 2020. Shueisha published the manga's 23rd and final compiled book volume in December 2020. Viz Media is publishing the manga in English.

Update: Funimation confirmed that it will stream both the Mugen Train Arc and the Entertainment District Arc in its English-speaking territories, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. The company added, "it will be available in Funimation's Latin America territories at a later date."

Update 2: Crunchyroll announced via a press release that it will also stream both arcs.

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There's a clear deliberateness with these last two episode titles. “Name: Origin” has been the series' shorthand for important, revealing stories about the central players, building into All Might's motto of remembering one's origin to gird determination. So at first glance it's strange to see two of them back-to-back. But it makes sense with the rhetorical point this entire MVA arc has been building up to. The trauma of Tenko Shimura's family hurt him, left him alone and lost in a world so gripped by Pro Heroes' bystander effect that they left a bloody child wandering the streets to his own devices, but it did not make him the man he is today. Tomura Shigaraki, the villain, was neither born nor made – he was designed, custom built by the first person to reach out to him.

That's an important distinction to make, in my book. While the modern trend of crafting more humanized, sympathetic villains in fiction has allowed for a lot of interesting ideas to flourish in the media landscape, there's also a tendency to make things a bit too reductive. The abuse Tenko suffered and his violent retaliation didn't turn him into a villain, rather it left him vulnerable, fragile, and the perfect subject to be groomed into the misanthropic manchild he is now. All For One himself recognizes that with enough time and proper support, the kid could very well have grown up to be a kind and loving person. So he made damn sure that never happened, raising his apprentice to embrace violence as the only outlet for his feelings, and keeping the cold, dead hands of the past clenched tightly around his neck. AFO's always been a smirking evil bastard, and here we see him at his most sickeningly smug, crafting a child into the loaded weapon he's so proud of, he even put his own name on it.

Though Tomura himself doesn't see it that way. While one might hope this trip down memory lane would make him reconsider his life's purpose as the “Symbol of Fear” his master made him into, Shigaraki goes the exact opposite direction. He fully embraces the lessons AFO taught him – after all, what could be simpler and more appealing than the idea of destroying everything he hates? No need to search through painful memories, or dredge up restrictive emotions like regret or guilt – just enjoy the pure catharsis of eliminating anyone or anything that makes him angry. That's the ultimate goal of his manufactured arrested development, and seems to be what MHA views as the most dangerous kind of evil. For him, other people aren't humans with their own lives and feelings, but a collective of stimuli that must either be subjugated or destroyed. Shigaraki has liberated himself from the shackles of empathy, and god help anyone who stands before him.

Though not even prayers are able to help Re-Destro, who witnesses this rebirth from the front row. The leader of liberation can't even put a word to what he feels staring down Shigaraki's final attack, even as it pulls up his own childhood memories. Like much of this arc there's a lot up for interpretation about Re-Destro's decision here, but between being raised from birth as Destro's successor and his internal monologue about the restrictions of blood and destiny, I think he both fears and envies Shigaraki throwing off his past and choosing his own future, even one so bleak. Combined with the terrifying power on display and getting maimed himself, he ultimately hands over the reigns of liberation, revolution, and supremacy; an act of submission that not only brings Gigantomachia to acknowledge his master's successor, but promises untold mayhem in the near future.

Thus we're just about caught up to where we were before this arc started, oddly enough. It's kind of surreal to think the framing of this arc – in the anime anyway – makes it one long flashback to fill in the details only hinted at during the Endeavor agency story. In that respect it is a little wonky – knowing the outcome of the League subsuming the Meta Liberation Army, and seeing the Bad Doctor going to town on Shigaraki, does make much of this resolution a foregone conclusion. The execution and emotion of the story in the moment is enough to make it work for me, but it is a bit disappointing to not have that “a-ha” moment as all the pieces fit together.

That's a consequence of telling this story out of order from the source material, but ultimately I think it works fine just for the fact that this season ends with the stakes at their highest. More importantly, this episode itself makes a damn fine conclusion to My Villain Academia on its own, turning our central villain into a terrifying existential front on two simultaneous levels. There's still one episode left, likely to set us up for the coming conflict, but on a story and character level this is absolutely the climax of MHA season 5, and about as strong as one you could hope for.

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Atsuo Ueda draws official sequel of Hiro Mashima's original manga


The live-streamed "Hiro Mashima Fan Meeting @ Mixalive Tokyo" ended on Saturday with an announcement that Hiro Mashima and Atsuo Ueda's Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest sequel manga is inspiring a television anime.


Ueda drew the following illustration to celebrate the news:



Kodansha Comics publishes the manga in English and it describes the story:

Natsu, Lucy, Happy, Erza, and the whole Fairy Tail guild are back in action! And they've decided to tackle the “100 Years Quest” - a job no one's dared take on since the founding of the guild more than a century ago. A mysterious town, a baffling spirit, a ghastly new enemy…and a brand new continent to explore. When you're with real friends, the adventures never stop!

Ueda (Dr. PrisonerHajime Shachō Monogatari) launched the official sequel of Mashima's original Fairy Tail manga in Kodansha's Magazine Pocket manga app on July 25, 2018. Mashima is providing the original storyboards for the manga, and Ueda is drawing the series. Kodansha published the ninth compiled book volume on July 9.

Mashima's original Fairy Tail manga inspired three earlier television anime (including a "final season" in 2018), two anime films, several original video anime projects, and spinoff manga. Kodansha Comics publishes the original manga and a number of its spinoffs in North America.

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The official website for the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime announced on Monday that the upcoming Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yūkaku-hen) television anime will air on a programming block on Fuji TV in two cours (quarters of a year) this coming fall and winter season. The anime will air every Sunday night at 11:15 p.m.

Funimation will stream the new anime season when it premieres this year.

Fuji TV is slated to begin airing five special compilations of the anime's first season with new footage on five separate nights, each at 7:00 p.m.. The specials will air on the following days:

  • The Sibling's Bond - September 11
  • Asakusa Arc - September 12
  • Tsuzumi Mansion Arc - September 18
  • Mt. Natagumo Arc - September 19
  • The Hashira Meeting/Butterfly Mansion Arc - September 23

The specials' broadcast will lead up to the television broadcast premiere of the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train anime film on September 25 at 9:00 p.m. JST on Fuji TV.

Three of the recompilation specials premiered with new footage in October and December 2020 in Japan. Sibling's Bond special opened in Japanese theaters in a limited screening run in March 2019, one month before the television anime's premiere. Sibling's Bond also aired on Fuji TV in October 2020, with the Mt. Natagumo Arc special airing later that month. The Hashira Meeting Arc special aired in Japan in December 2020.

Funimation streamed the specials in Japanese with English subtitles and with an English dub.

Koyoharu Gotouge's Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga inspired a television anime that premiered in April 2019. Aniplex of America licensed the series and streamed the show on HuluCrunchyroll, and FunimationAdult Swim's Toonami programming block premiered the television anime in October 2019.

The series was followed up by the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train anime film in October 2020. The film sold a total of 28,966,806 tickets for 40,016,942,050 yen (about US$367.6 million) in Japan as of May 23 — and became the first film ever to pass the 40 billion yen milestone. It has since earned 40,096,913,600 yen (about US$366.53 million) in Japan as of June 6.

In 45 countries and territories worldwide, Mugen Train sold a total of 41.35 million tickets to earn the equivalent of 51.7 billion yen (about US$475 million) as of May 23. The film was the highest-earning film worldwide from 2020. It is the first non-Hollywood or non-American film to top the yearly box office worldwide since the beginning of cinema over a century ago. The film is now the #2 highest-earning anime film ever at the U.S. box office.

Four new Valentine's Day-themed shorts titled "Kimetsu Gakuen Valentine-hen" (Demon Slayer Academy Valentine Chapter) premiered online in February.

Gotouge launched the manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2016. The manga ended in May 2020. Shueisha published the manga's 23rd and final compiled book volume in December 2020. Viz Media is publishing the manga in English.

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The official Twitter account for Saiyuki Reload -ZEROIN-, the television anime of the "Even a Worm" arc from Kazuya Minekura's Saiyuki Reload manga, posted the anime's first full promotional video on Sunday. The video announces additional cast members and the January premiere for the anime.

The new cast members in this anime are:

Kouichi Toochika as Hazel Grouse, a bishop who arrived from the west, and who is critical to the story arc

Rikiya Koyama as Gatti "Gat" Nenehawk, who works with Hazel

Houchu Ohtsuka as Ni Jianyi, a Sanzo practitioner with Muten Sutra and a scientist on Gyumaoh's side

The four main cast members of the previous SaiyukiSaiyuki ReloadSaiyuki Gunlock, and Saiyuki Reload Blast television anime are reprising their roles:

  • Toshihiko Seki as Genjo Sanzo
  • Sōichiro Hoshi as Son Goku
  • Hiroaki Hirata as Sha Gojyo
  • Akira Ishida as Cho Hakkai

LIDEN FILMS is animating the project.

Saiyuki, the original 1997 "fantasy road movie" manga series loosely inspired by the Chinese novel Journey to the West (Saiyuki in Japanese), has spawned the Saiyuki Gaiden and Saiyuki Ibun manga spinoffs. The Saiyuki Reload Blast sequel manga launched in Ichijinsha's Comic Zero Sum in 2009, but Minekura slowed down her publication of the manga in 2013 due to her health. The manga franchise as a whole has 25 million copies in circulation worldwide. Tokyopop published the original manga, and Kodansha re-released the manga.

The various manga series also inspired four television anime series, an anime film, three original video anime (OVA) series, and several stage musical productions.

The Saiyuki Reload Blast anime premiered in July 2017. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired, and Funimation offered a simuldub.

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The official website for the television anime of Kotaro Shono's World’s End Harem science-fiction manga posted the full promotional video and a key visual on Sunday. The video announces information on the anime's theme songs, more main staff members, and October premiere. It also previews the main characters' voices and the opening theme song.

Singer H-el-ical// performs the opening theme song "Just Do It" while singer EXiNA performs the ending theme song "Ending Mirage."

Shigeyuki Koresawa (Digital Noise) and Tom (Digital Noise) are designing the props. Lin Ge (Studio Tulip) is directing the art with art designer Tomoyasu Fujise (Chiptune), and Aiko Matsuyama is the color key artist. Sōta Mikami (Chiptune) is the compositing director of photography, and Utako Hagiwara is editing. Fumiyuki Go is directing the sound.

The series will premiere on the Tokyo MXBS Fuji, and AT-X channels in October.

Seven SeasGhost Ship imprint is publishing the original manga in English, and it describes the story:

The Man-Killer Virus: a lethal disease that has eradicated 99.9% of the world's male population. Mizuhara Reito has been in cryogenic sleep for the past five years, leaving behind Tachibana Erisa, the girl of his dreams. When Reito awakens from the deep freeze, he emerges into a sex-crazed new world where he himself is the planet's most precious resource. Reito and four other male studs are given lives of luxury and one simple mission: repopulate the world by impregnating as many women as possible! All Reito wants, however, is to find his beloved Erisa who went missing three years ago. Can Reito resist temptation and find his one true love?

The previously announced cast members include:

  • Taichi Ichikawa as Reito Mizuhara
  • Haruka Shiraishi as Mira Suō
  • Yō Taichi as Akane Ryūzōji
  • Aya Yamane as Sui Yamada

Keiko Watanabe as Rea Katagiri, a staff member of the UW Japan Branch

Yurie Kozakai as Maria Kuroda, a staff member of the UW Japan Branch

Yukina Shutō as Mahiru Mizuhara, Reito's little sister


Takuya Eguchi as Kyōji Hino, the first of the males to wake up in the new world

Shizuka Ishigami as Neneko Isurugi, Kyōji's minder


Satomi Amano as Rena Kitayama, an actress

Kazuki Ura as Shōta Doi, the third man to awaken

Ayana Taketatsu as Karen Kamiya, Shōta's minder

Marika Hayase as Yuzuki Hanyū, the homeroom teacher in Shōta's class

Haruka Michii as Shunka Hiiragi, Shōta's classmate

Arisa Aihara as Natsu Ichijō, Shōta's classmate

Riho Iida as Akira Tōdō, Shōta's classmate
Natsumi Takamori as Chifuyu Rehn Kuroda, Shōta's classmate, and Maria Kuroda's younger sister



Yuu Nobuta (High School FleetMaesetsu! Opening ActKuma Kuma Kuma Bear) is directing the anime at Studio Gokumi and AXsiZTatsuya Takahashi (The IDOLM@STER Cinderella GirlsDomestic GirlfriendVal x Love) is in charge of the series scripts. Masaru Koseki (Happiness!Demon King Daimao) is designing the characters. Shigenobu Ookawa (Tayutama - Kiss on My DeityMiss Monochrome) is composing the music.

The manga launched in May 2016 on the Shonen Jump+ website and app. The manga recently resumed under a new title of Shūmatsu no Harem: After World on May 6. The manga franchise has more than 5 million copies in print.

LINK and SAVAN debuted a fantasy-setting spinoff titled World’s End Harem: Fantasia in 2018. The manga runs in Shueisha's Ultra Jump magazine, and on the Shonen Jump+ service and Young Jump! app. Seven SeasGhost Ship imprint is also releasing that manga in English.

Okada Andō launched a spinoff of World’s End Harem: Fantasia titled Shūmatsu no Harem: Fanatasia Gakuen (World's End Harem: Fantasia Academy) in Ultra Jump on May 19. Kira Etō launched the third spinoff manga, World’s End Harem ~Britannia Lumiére~ (Shūmatsu no Harem: Britannia Lumiere), on Shonen Jump+ on June 26. Shueisha's MANGA Plus website publishes that manga in English.

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