WataMote anime licensed by Sentai Filmworks

With Anime Expo wrapping up Sentai Filmworks still had a few more anime licenses to announce and one of these happens to be for an anime that many people have been excited for, WataMote. Well, technically the anime translates into No Matter How I Look at It, It’s You Guys’ Fault I’m Not Popular! but Watamote is simpler. Anyways, the anime is set to be released sometime in 2014 and is an adap...

Nisekoi to be released in print early 2014

Ever since mid-November last year, Viz Media has included the Nisekoi manga in their Weekly Shonen Jump service and since then a number of digital versions of the manga have been released. While plenty of fans were satisfied with the digital versions of the manga, many were hoping for a physical release of some kind. Well those fans, including myself, will be happy to hear that Viz Media is going ...

DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc comes to North America

You may remember hearing the name DanganRonpa lately and if you have, you likely know that there is an anime adaptation of the game currently airing in Japan. However this isn’t about the anime, it is about the game itself and the fact that the game is actually heading to North America. At Anime Expo 2013 NIS America announced that they will be bringing the first DanganRonpa title over under...

Demon Gaze announced for Western release by NIS America

Back when Demon Gaze was first announced for release in Japan, I thought that it would be a fitting title for release in the West. However as various events passed by and the game was released in Japan, my hopes were diminishing. Thankfully NIS America has announced during Anime Expo 2013 that they are planning on releasing Demon Gaze in the West sometime in early 2014. The title is a dungeon craw...

Neon Alley service is now available for PC and Mac

The Neon Alley service has been growing ever since the company debuted it on the PlayStation 3 last year. Not only have a number of great series, including many from Aniplex of America, been added to the line-up but the number of platforms it is available on has been growing. Now during Anime Expo 2013 Viz Media announced that they have just launched Neon Alley for PCs and Macs and they have also ...

Blood Lad anime license picked up by Viz Media

Those hoping that the anime Blood Lad would be released in the West in some form will be happy to hear that yesterday during Anime Expo 2013, Viz Media revealed that they have picked up the license for the series and are planning on not only streaming the anime while it airs in Japan, but also streaming it on Neon Alley and giving it a home video release sometime in 2014. For those who don’t...

Suisei no Gargantia licensed by Viz Media

During their Neon Alley panel at Anime Expo yesterday, Viz Media announced that they have acquired the license to release Suisei no Gargantia, also known as Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, in North America with an English dub sometime in 2014. With this license the company also plans on streaming all past episodes of Suisei no Gargantia on its website, including the ownership of the yet to be m...

C3-Bu licensed by Sentai Filmworks

Yesterday at Anime Expo 2013 it was announced that the license to Stella Jo-Gakuin C3-Bu, also known as Stella Women’s Academy High School Division Class C3, had been acquired by Sentai Filmworks. While the company did not state whether the title would be getting an English dub, they did say they are planning on releasing it sometime in 2014. This announcement doesn’t come as too much ...

Dog & Scissors licensed by Sentai Filmworks

Today during Anime Expo 2013 Sentai Filmworks announced one of their first anime acquisitions for the new anime season kicking off this week. They have revealed that they have acquired Dog & Scissors, also known as Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyō, and will be releasing it on home video sometime in 2014. At the time of the announcement the company did not mention whether they will be giving it a Blu-...

Yumeria and Divergence Eve licensed by Sentai Filmworks

During Anime Expo this week Sentai Filmworks started things off by announcing that they have acquired the license to release two older anime series in North America. These anime were previously licensed by ADV Films and will be released sometime in November. These anime are Yumeria and Divergence Eve and at the moment, Sentai hasn’t clarified what format these anime will be available on. For those...

Hyperdimension Neptunia anime to be streamed by FUNimation

During Anime Expo FUNimation had a number of announcements to make during Anime Expo and interestingly enough, one of these announcements involves a series that has long been published in the West by NIS America. Well… to be fair, NIS America handles the game series that the anime is based off of, but still this is quite surprising. To be specific, the company announced that they have acquired the...

Weekly Shonen Jump service coming to 5 new English regions

While Viz Media‘s Weekly Shonen Jump service has become quite popular in the United States, unfortunately many English manga fans were left in the dark around the world because the service was unavailable outside of North America. Well today it was announced at Anime Expo 2013 that that will soon be changing. The digital manga service is now available in United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa...

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