Missed last week’s anime movie screenings at Cathay Cineleisure? JPLEX has extended the movie screenings of the Detective Conan, Fullmetal Alchemist and Sokyuu no Fafner movies to another two locations, Sinema Old School and Alliance Francaise. Read More →
More announcements from the Animax Asia Facebook page. Shangri-La, a sci-fi action anime based on a Japanese light novel by Eiichi Ikegami, will be premiering on Animax Asia on September 19, Monday to Friday at 11pm. Read More →
According to the latest news from AnimeNewsNetwork, the upcoming Rurouni Kenshin anime will be a two-part OVA (Original Video Animation) showing the “Shin-Kyoto Arc” (New Kyoto Arc). The first part of the OVA will be shown in Japanese theatres this coming November. Read More →
The Anime Festival Asia Facebook page announced on Tuesday some of the artistes coming down for AFA11 anisong concert. The four artistes who have been confirmed are Ichiro Mizuki a.k.a Aniki, LiSA and her band Girls Dead Monster (GirlDeMo), May’n and FLOW. AFA organisers have said that more news on other artistes coming down for AFA11 will be released soon. No other information is available as yet. Read More →
Suara, who sang the anime theme songs for Utawarerumono and Tears to Tiara among many others, will be performing in Singapore at A.C.M.E III. Other guests include doujin circle PLUM and Weiß Schwarz player The Mash. Read More →
Great news for May’n fans in Singapore! The final stop of the May’n Asia Tour 2011 will be in Singapore on June 4.
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The live-action movie adaptation of the manga Beck will be screening at Cathay cineplexes come May 19. Trailer and details after the break.
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Anisong fans rejoice! J-pop group angela and J-rock band FLOW will be holding a concert in Singapore’s very own Republic Polytechnic this March! This news was announced just a few hours ago on AFAX’s twitter account and Facebook page. Read More →
Animax Asia’s official twitter account has announced that “Haruhi” will be coming to Animax this April. No other details have been announced.
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Word from Manga Time Kirara Magazine is that K-ON will be back this coming Spring (Yay!?). There isn’t much details is out yet :( Let’s cross our fingers and hope this is true.
In-case you were wondering about the cute illustration above, it’s done by an artist named Pan (ぱん) from Pixiv.