Cute girls and consoles collide this summer with David Production's (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) adaptation of gaming business conflict based PlayStation 3 RPG Hyperdimension Neptunia. We've already met the Sega Neptune inspired lead and her peers. Now, we've gotten a look at the early designs for Nepgear, Uni (a personification of Sony’s PSP), Rom and Ram (Nintendo DS twins). Character Art for the animation can be found below (All Rights to CrunchyRoll):
A spin-off of the original Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion franchise, the Sunrise-produced Code Geass: Akito the Exiled anime project has had two new trailers released for it's upcoming release. On the production team are the talented Kazuki Akane (worked on Escaflowne), Takahiro Kimura (adapting CLAMP's character designs), Akira Yasuda (Nightmare Unit design), with both Goro Taniguchi and Ichiro Okouchi receiving credit for the story. The full story, videos, and image for the upcoming project can be found below (All Rights to ANN):
And here is the long trailer promoting the new anime series.
With the Launch of One Piece's Newest Film Site, the Release of Another Official Trailer For One Piece Film Z
With the launch of the new official website for the upcoming One Piece Film Z, a new trailer has been released for it. Creator Eiichiro Oda will be serving as the Executive Producer for the film, and promises fans of the franchise that this film will be more impressive than One Piece: Strong World was. The film takes place in the post-skip One Piece universe, with Luffy and crew facing off against the villian Z, who appears to be a former Admiral of the Marines. The full story and video can be found below:
Officially releasing in Japan on November 17th, 2012, the Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo movie has gotten it's latest promotional trailer released today at the Kinyo (Friday) Road Show TV show. While the trailer below is not the best quality (due to being recorded off of a TV by a viewer), it does show what promises to be a interesting movie. Skip to the :10 mark to get the official trailer underway (All Rights to ANN):
Originally penned by Sin'Ichi Hiromoto, the Hell's Angels manga franchise was adapted into the animated movie Hell's Angels, originally saw release in Japan back in 2008 under the MADHOUSE banner. On August 3rd, TC Entertainment will be releasing the film as Hells on Blu-Ray, complete with English Subs. You can view the trailer for the animated film below, along with the link for the full story (All Rights to ANN):