Aniplex of America has Acquired the Anime Series Kill La Kill

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The Creators of “Gurren Lagann” reunite to bring a Smashing Original Series this fall!

SANTA MONICA, CA (August 12, 2013) – Recently at their panel at the Otakon anime convention in Baltimore, Aniplex of America Inc. has announced their the acquisition of the new animation series Kill la Kill. The duo that brought us the fan favorite Gurren Lagann, Director Hiroyuki Imaishi and Script writer Kazuki Nakashima, team up once again to bring fans this brand new series. Kill la Kill will bestreaming online starting this fall. In addition to their streaming plans, Aniplex of America is also planning on a home video release of Kill la Kill on disc. Details will be announced at a later date.

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SANTA MONICA, CA (July 15, 2013) – This holiday season, Fate/Zero fans are in for a real treat. Recently at their panel at Anime Expo, Aniplex of America Inc. announced their Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set and Standard Edition DVD release plans for the anime series Fate/Zero. They will feature both Japanese and English dialogue as well as bonus contents.

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Aniplex of America to Release Horror Animation Film GYO:Tokyo Fish Attack! on DVD

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Sunday, 02 June 2013 16:42

Aniplex To Release Blast of Tempest 2

Aniplex of America to Release their Hit Fantasy Anime Series Blast of Tempest on 2 Complete Season DVD Sets

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Aniplex of America set to Release Blue Exorcist in a Limited Edition Blu-Ray and DVD

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Aniplex to Release the Hit Anime Series Sword Art Online in a Limited Edition Blu-ray and DVD Sets

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The Director of “Strike Witches” presents his highly anticipated new anime series of this season.

SANTA MONICA, CA (January 8, 2013) –Aniplex of America has just announced the simulcast of one the most anticipated anime series this year, VIVIDRED OPERATION. This brand new series is directed by Kazuhiro Takamura, the same director who also produced the popular anime series Strike Witches. VIVIDRED OPERATION is also being produced by A-1 Pictures, the same studio who produced the hit series Sword Art Online.

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From the animation studio that brought the hit series “Sword Art Online,” is a new anime series for 2013.

SANTA MONICA, CA (January 2, 2013) – Aniplex of America announces the new anime series Oreshura will be streaming on Crunchyroll. This brand new animated high school romance show is produced by A-1 Pictures, the same studio who also produced the fan favorite Sword Art Online and Blue Exorcist. This series is also directed by Kanta Kamei, who also directed the series Bunny Drop. A couple hours after its broadcast in Japan, Oreshura will be available for streaming in the following territories: U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. The 1st episode will premiere at 9:00am PST on Saturday, January 5th for Crunchyroll premium members. Free members will be able to view Oreshura one week after initial broadcast on Crunchyroll

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And for the last bit of news I have to catch up on, as I am procrastinating heavily while playing Fallout 3, we have some news for us Madoka fans. On Friday, February 17th at 8:30 PM at Anime Jungle #1 in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo they'll be having a meet and greet with the U.S. Voice Actresses. If you're in the area, stop on by. I'm thinking I'll be making a little trip there myself. More in the official press release here.

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Wednesday, 04 January 2012 22:16

Fate Zero Anime to get US Release

Well, wasn't expecting that. It appears that Fate Zero is getting a U.S.A. release from our boys at Aniplex. Blu Ray even. Should be interesting to see how it plays out, just don't expect a dub.

Then again, I wonder if they'd get the Geneon dub actors back for this if they were considering it (they all work at Bang Zoom, so it shouldn't be that hard). More importantly, would we get an uncensored Fate Stay Night remake if this is successful, and would they dub those lines too? Ah, wouldn't that be something.

On that subject, I should look up how the new Fate Unlimited Codes did on the PSP. Still, it's not a Fate game if you can't molest the Sabre; that's all I'm saying.

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