I started a new page about a topic that I tend to stay fairly up-to-date on and thought it would be nice to keep around in permanent form: how anime is related to source material, and where to start on the source to continue past where the anime ended. I hope to update it fairly frequently, especially as new shows come out or anime continuations air or new English licenses are announced. I definitely don’t aspire to hit every possible anime adaptation, but I’ll definitely at least do the ones I like, as well as any requests.
Feedback is definitely welcome! I kind of just threw in information I thought would be useful, but will gladly rework things based on what seems to work and what doesn’t.
I avoid trailers after the first few big ones and as the release date gets closer, and it sounds like I made a good choice from the negative feedback I’ve heard on the wind regarding the newest Last Jedi trailer :o but Black Panther is still like a number of months out and there’s only been the one teaser anyway, so this is good stuff!
Welp, my Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online Limited Edition came in, yet another game for me to add to my backlog. I do enjoy IFI’s LEs, so I figured I should keep collecting them. I will get around to playing them all… some day…
The CD in the paper sleeve is a reprint of the CD in the plastic-wrapped jewel case because the silk print on the first batch of CDs apparently wasn’t up to IFI’s standards or… something… O.o
Heaven’s Feel movie 1 has gotten its first batch of theaters released for the November 18 subtitled release! While there’s no confirmation that more theaters will be added for sure, there’s always the chance, so keep your eyes peeled! Luckily for me, I’ve got my old standby Kiggins Theatre, so I’ve already bought my ticket! :3 As I live in the US, I only hear about the plans for US releases, but I know that other countries are getting theater releases as well, so check your local distributor or Twitter to see if you can find info for your country!
From this year’s Tokyo Game Show, we’ve learned some new things about Monster Hunter World. The console worldwide release will be January 26, 2018, with PC to follow “shortly after.” The trailer has a ton of new monsters in it as well, including the new flagship, Nergigante, which will be on the Japanese cover (NA/EU will have Rathalos for brand reasons or something).
I’m still slowly working my way through Generations solo (damn you, Gozer!), about to break into HR, but super excited to get this on PS4 next year!
English site with info: http://www.monsterhunterworld.com/us/
Didn’t see news on any sites about this, but Sentai’s No Game No Life Zero website has a link to US theaters now.
It seems like there are a ton of options for this movie compared to anime movies I’ve seen in theaters (Kizumonogatari, SAO: Ordinal Scale), so there might be a higher chance there’s a showing near you!