Light Chaser’s second animated feature in their ‘New Gods’ series, hitting U.S. theaters January 20, aims to make Chinese mythology more engaging for young audiences, humanizing and contemporizing deities that have dominated folklore for centuries.
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Light Chaser Animation’s 2nd installment of the ‘New Gods’ franchise, inspired by Chinese mythology, comes to theaters nationwide January 20.
Atsuko Ishizuka’ highly personal 2D animated feature tells the story of 3 childhood friends who, over a summer, find that life is leading them onto very different paths of self-discovery, now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
From GKIDS and Shout! Factory, Mamoru Hosada’s Annie-nominated animated movie’s special edition features the original Japanese version and English dub, plus new dialogues with the cast and interviews with Takeru Satoh and Eric Wong; bonus content from previously released Blu-ray also included.
Hitting cinemas in the U.S. next month, the animated feature tells the story of 3 childhood friends who, over a summer, discover that life is leading them onto very different paths; tickets now on sale.
The animated feature tells the story of 3 childhood friends who, over the course of a summer, discover that life is leading them onto very different paths; film slated for theatrical release later this year.
Hitting U.S. theaters today, May 12, the franchise’s latest addition, based on Takeshi Konomi’s 1999 manga, tells the story of a tennis prodigy, looking to up his game, who's suddenly transported back in time to his father’s final championship match where he was mysteriously forced to retire.
Based on the Japanese Sports manga by Takeshi Konomi, the 3D animated movie hits U.S. theaters nationwide on May 12; tickets are now on sale.
‘The Dawn of Humanity,’ the finale of the hugely popular anime series, will be simulcast from Japan Sunday, April 3 on Crunchyroll and Funimation, with the English dub following on May 1.
Coming to the streamer's global territories and European platform, as well as Crunchyroll in the U.S., the award-winning anime franchise Japanese simulcasts will be available with an English dub beginning February 13.
The popular anime series based on a manga by Osamu Tezuka will be released with all-new English dub; the series comes to home video, Blu-ray, and digital beginning Summer 2021.
Also known as ‘Mobile Suit Gundam 0079,’ the series complements the 10+ ‘Gundam’ titles currently available on the anime platform; all episodes are in both English dub and subtitles.
Popular animated sci-fi series will stream globally on Crunchyroll and Anime Digital Network; simultaneous Japanese premiere planned.
Grammy Award winner Kacey Musgraves sings the English language version of the film’s theme song, ‘Don’t Disturb Me.’
Streaming platform releases English dubs for popular anime series including ‘I'm Standing on a Million,’ ‘Noblesse,’ ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ and ‘TONIKAWA: Over the Moon for You.’
Studio Trigger’s hit anime feature, now available in digital, On Demand, Blu-ray, DVD and SteelBook edition.
Now available on digital, pre-orders being taken for Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, with first-time English dub and bonus features, plus limited edition lithograph while supplies last.