The provider of all things anime brought all sorts of things anime to the San Diego fan event, from a panel and footage from the soon to be released feature to 2 music-filled nights with the ‘Dragon Ball Z Concert Experience’ and a ‘Manga, Webcomics, and Anime’ panel featuring industry insiders discussing the explosion in popularity and emergence as major forces in entertainment.
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The forthcoming series was teased over the weekend with some chilly artwork set in the show’s fabled Hisui region.
Premiering January 9, new episodes from the show’s fourth and final season follow the emotional journeys of Eren, Mikasa, and Armin as the war for Paradis zeroes in on Shiganshina just as the Jaegerists seize control.
Launched December 19, the special 8-part collection streams in the leadup to the ‘Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2’ premiere on January 9, 2022.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the streamer is releasing a trove of content with Spanish and Portuguese subtitles and dubs; titles include ‘My Hero Academia,’ ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,’ and ‘Attack on Titan.’
New series abound on the streamer with more than a dozen premieres set, including ‘Higurashi When They Cry;’ ‘Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon;’ ‘Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai,’ between now and December 7.
Virtual anime movie theater to kick off May 1 with special weekend of live film screenings starting with fan favorite, ‘Your Name.’
In Hulu’s largest deal for anime programming to date, Funimation to become a primary supplier for Hulu’s subtitled and dubbed content for popular series including ‘Tokyo Ghoul,’ ‘Attack on Titan’ and ‘My Hero Academia.’
New digital channel will provide anime fans with expert commentary on top shows like ‘Dragon Ball Z’ and ‘Attack on Titan.’
Funimation CEO Gen Fukunaga to retain minority stake in the business valued at approximately $150 million, with a catalog that includes popular titles such as ‘Dragon Ball Z,’ ‘Cowboy Bebop,’ ‘One Piece,’ ‘My Hero Academia’ and ‘Attack on Titan.’
Former Production I.G. VP has overseen all phases of development, production and distribution of the company’s marquee projects, most recently serving as co-producer of Paramount’s live-action ‘Ghost in the Shell’ feature.