Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest     Published: July 9th, 2018

New Digimon Anime Project Hinted

During a Toei Comapany briefing, details of a new Digimon project were leaked. As reported, one participant asked:

It seems the Digimon series has a new project in the works; could you share with us any plans that you have for the project, at least what you are allowed to share?

Only to be answered by Toei:

All 6 parts of Digimon Adventure tri. have now been screened in theaters. By screening this movie, which is primarily aimed at both male and female audiences in their 20s, on a smaller scale in about 15-20 theaters, we were able to make this project a success. The new project will, in addition to this core audience, also be aimed at a slightly wider audience.

No official details are yet known but it seems obvious a new Digimon project is coming.

Source: With the Will and Article Image: Digimon Adventure Official Website

 

Karakai Jozu no Takagi-san OVA Announced

An additional episode, which will be included with the manga’s 9th volume’s limited edition (Ships July 12), will adapt the Water Slide chapter.

Source: Mantan Web

 

Ms. Vampire Who Lives in my Neighborhood Release Date

The anime adaptation of Amatou’s manga will air this October.

Source: Rakuten

 

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Anime to Continue

The second season’s 24th episode (Final episode) ended with a teaser for a sequel. There is a special event in Tokyo area on December 1 for the anime, perhaps an announcement will be made there.

Source: Moca News

 

Sentai Filmworks Licenses The Thousand Musketeers

The Thousand Musketeers will stream on HIDIVE in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South America and other select territories.

Source: HIDIVE

 

Anime Tamago 2019 Projects

The project, which aims to train young animators as part of a Japanese government program, announced the projects panned for next year:

  • Captain Bar: CG work directed by Masanori Numaguchi at Flying Ship Studio.
  • Chuck Shimezo: Directed by Eiichiro Nishiyama at Nippon Animation.
  • Hello We Go!: Directed by Ryouji Masuyama at Wit Studio.
  • Space Attendant Aoi: CG work directed by Kei Yoshimizu at Keica, Griot Groove.

Source: Anime Tamago

 

Toho Invests in Sumitomo

Toho invested in SC Digital Media’s AlphaBoat content creation company in order to cultivate film and anime directors as well as other talents and will allow AlphaBoat to feature the works of the directors on their YouTube channel.

Source: Anime Business Journal

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