Funimation’s license on FMA:B will expire at the end of March. On April 1, they’ll stop selling their reasonably priced DVDs and BluRays, it’ll come down from Hulu, Netflix & Funi’s site and only be available from “$150 for a 26-episode Blu Ray” Aniplex. Any fans holding out on buying/watching FMA:B: THIS IS NOT A DRILL
Mamoru Hosoda’s The Boy and the Beast is heading to theaters across the nation on March 4! This critically acclaimed new animated film from the director of Summer Wars and Wolf Children is packed with martial arts action and full of heart—a great movie to share the art of animation with your family.
Tickets go on sale February 5, so mark your calendars! The theatrical run will be available in two language options: Japanese audio with English subtitles AND English audio featuring the brand new English dub, which was cast in conjunction with Director Mamoru Hosoda himself! Language options will be available by theater showtime once tickets go on sale.
Want to see more anime films get this kind of theatrical run with both language options? Buy your tickets early on February 5 to show the theaters your interest!
How well would you fare in an assassination game? The anime Riddle Story of Devil (Akuma no Riddle) pits 13 assassins against each other in a school-wide assassination game with one goal— to be the first to kill the target, the innocent Haru Ichinose.
Play our assassination click-and-drag game to find out how YOU would fare in the Class Black assassination game! Who would you try to kill? What’s your weapon? Each flashing image shows your potential results. Take a screenshot and reblog this post to share your results!
The Riddle Story of Devil complete series (+ the never-before-broadcast OVA!) is coming to DVD on December 8! Order now!
“Funimation confirmed on Friday that it will screen the Psycho-Pass film in more than 100 theaters in the United States and Canada on March 15 and 16. Advance tickets will be available beginning on February 18.
The film opened on January 9, 2015 at #4 in the Japanese box office and earned 247.8 million yen (US$2.08 million). The film won several honors at the Newtype Anime Awards 2015.
The Psycho-Pass film is based on the original Psycho-Pass sci-fi television anime series, which premiered in 2012. Funimation licensed the series for release in North America. A second season debuted in 2014, and Funimation similarly licensed and streamed the series as it aired in Japan.”