Don't miss the English dubbed series of Magi:The Labyrinth of Magic tonight on Neon Alley on 6PM (PST)/9PM (EST)!... http://t.co/LxA0igs1bd— Aniplex USA (@aniplexUSA) October 18, 2013
The story follows the travels of a boy named Aladdin around a strange land in which mysterious ruins called Dungeons are said to house priceless treasures. Together with Alibaba, a friend he met during his travels, Aladdin strives to conquer all of the Dungeons and obtain their treasures. Through all the meetings and partings he experiences along the way, Aladdin will also learn of his own fate...
Hello everyone, it has been a long time since I published the September Edition: 1st Week and 2nd Week. The reason is that I've been so busy with school, wiki, and now, wiki moderation. I'm changing the blogs to make things easier for you guys and gals and myself. I can't do tables since it takes so much time. I will post DVD and Blu-ray covers. You know me, I have a thing for hi res images.
For manga, I will work on it in a separate blog.
After saving a fairy-tale kingdom, Akatsuki returns to the real world with Miu, the busty daughter of the defeated Demon King. It’s one hell of a happy ending until they’re forced to enroll at a school for magic users. There, Akatsuki can’t keep his hands off the girls, Miu’s constantly ballooning measurements make her a walking wardrobe malfunction, and someone is always plotting against them.
Funimation will release the anime in a Blu-ray Disc/DVD combo set on December 17.
Welcome everyone! This is to inform folks in Anime Vice who are heading to New York Comic Con that takes place on October 10-13, 2013. Though, this news article might be a tad late.
If I miss anything, leave a comment. I rushed this blog a bit.
FUNImation posted a New York Industry panel video if you're interested.
Here's the dub cast
Mike McFarland (ADR Director for the movie) and Spike Spencer (English Voice of Shinji Ikari) are available at these times:
They hosting a 15th Anniversary Contest Stamp Rally.
- Pick up a Stamp Rally card at the Daisuki.net booth at the exhibit hall (Booth #1813).
- Get your card stamped at the four booths listed on the back of the card (Daisuki.net, Viz Media, FUNimation Entertainment, Vertical Inc.)
- Write down this special code [ANN15YEARSRALLY] on the back of the card in the space provided.
- Fill out the card with the name that appears/will appear on your passport (see main contest page for fine print), an e-mail address where you can be reached, and a valid phone number. This information will only be used to contact you in the event that you are picked as the winner.
- Return the completed card to the Daisuki.net booth (during normal operational show floor hours).
The deadline is Oct. 13. For more info, check this link.
See link above.
I see Tom posting an article. I post a link to the article. For those who are heading to the con, meet up with Tom Pinchuk.
Perfect Square is dedicated to delivering “squarely perfect storytelling” for kids and kids at heart. That means any age comics reader can enjoy new content with beloved characters starting with the youngest readers to the most seasoned true comics fan. Discussing the importance of what it means to make age-appropriate comics that everyone can enjoy are the highly-acclaimed writers for Perfect Square including Brian Smith (writer VOLTRON FORCE, MONSUNO, MAX STEEL; former DC & Marvel editor), former Marvel editors Sebastian Girner (writer MONSUNO) and Cory Levine (writer MONSUNO, BEN 10: OMNIVERSE), B. Clay Moore (writer MAX STEEL, BEN 10: OMNIVERSE), Jacob Chabot (writer/artist HELLO KITTY), Corin Howell (writer/artist BEN 10: OMNIVERSE) and Tom Pinchuk (writer MAX STEEL). The panel will be moderated by Perfect Square's editorial team: Beth Kawasaki, Joel Enos and Traci Todd.
He's a cool guy. I met him at Anime Expo 2013 in Lost Angeles.
Welcome everyone! It's been difficult compiling a list for HULU since I hardly find news articles that cover new or old anime that are streamed by this company. I ask the community for help. I'm combining the FUNimation, Crunchyroll, HULU, and other simulcasts into a calendar guide for the Fall. This idea was inspired by my teammate Acura.
Ryuuko Matoi carries a large weapon shaped like half of a pair of scissors. She's looking for the woman with the other half, who killed her father. Satsuki Kiryuuin, student council president of Honnouji Academy, is said to know the woman's identity, so Ryuuko transfers there. Those who arrive at the school receive a special "goku uniform," and Satsuki has used that power to rule the school in fear.
HULU streamed the first 20 episodes on September 21.
The continuing adventures of Lupin and his gang traveling the world, pulling off any kind of heist they can think of. While like before, Inspector Zenigata still pursues Lupin in every way possible.
In a fantastic middle-age world where slavery is very common, there are mysterious tall towers named "Dungeon" which mysteriously appeared out of nowhere fourteen years before the story line. Someone who conquers a Dungeon becomes very powerful and wealthy. Our hero Ali Baba is a teenager who works for merchants to support himself. He dreams for conquering a lot of Dungeons and becoming a very rich person. One day, he comes across with a strange young boy named Aladdin who carries a mystical flute with supernatural powers in it. Ali Baba and Aladdin agree to travel their first Dungeon together.
Thanks to the development of the Dyson Sphere, The majority of the human populace lives in space. The Dorssia Military Federation, and the Atlantic Rim United States exist as major Military countries, while JOIR is a neutral principality, the story follows Haruto Tokishima as a normal boy going thru high school in T.C (True Calendar) year 71. This all changes when Haruto meets the humanoid weapon Valvrave.