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PostPosted: November 3rd, 2009, 1:32 pm 
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Sailor Moon's 5 Main Voice Actresses Reunite for Event
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The five main voice actresses of the Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon (Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) television anime series will reunite in a December 6 event to commemorate the upcoming 20th anniversary of Naoko Takeuchi's original manga in 2011.

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Is this good or bad? :blink: You be the judge. As for me, i haven't exactly been too supportive of the stuff coming out of 4Kids since way back in the day when Pokemon started to wear out it's welcome by the time every original dub actor got canned :wtf: and Ryan Drummond wasn't the voice of Sonic in the anime, adding further insult to quality voice acting since tolerating Jason Griffith in the games is bad enough... :| To top it off, i never could get into the whole Yu-Gi-Oh craze anyway. If only the duelists would stop explaining what their cards do for or against them all the time like if we the audience are all a school class or something. :roll: At least with Pokemon, trainers yell out an attack and don't go chattering away about the technique, just shout what you want your Pokemon to do and they do it. If it works, peachy keen. If it doesn't, tough luck.

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4Kids Reveals US$5-Million Loss in Third Quarter
posted on 2009-11-11 07:27 EST
Ratings up as licensing company airs original Yu-Gi-Oh! to bring in new audience

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The American licensing and distribution company 4Kids Entertainment released its Securities and Exchange Commission 10-Q report for the quarter ending on September 30 on Monday.

The company posted a third-quarter net revenue of about US$7.3 million, compared to US$17.8 million during the third quarter of 2008, a decrease of 59 percent. For the year thus far, the company posted a net revenue of US$21.9 million, as opposed to US$49.4 million for this time last year, a decrease of US$27.5 million or 56 percent. 4Kids Entertainment recorded a net loss of US$5 million this past quarter, compared to US$5.3 million in the same time last year. It has lost US$20.9 million so far in 2009, compared to a loss of US$19.6 million during the first nine months of 2008.

Kahn noted, however, that the costs and expenses for the company were at US$14.5 million for the quarter, down from US$24 million during the third quarter of 2008. Kahn said that the company will be "implementing additional personnel cuts and expense cuts over the next few months to further reduce" its expenses.

During 4Kids' quarterly conference call, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alfred Kahn attributed the net loss to a decrease in its Chaotic franchise's trading card revenue, and the “different accounting treatment applicable to [the] agreement with The CW Network as compared to [the] Fox agreement.” 4Kids had ended its Fox programming block in December 2008, and now runs its programming on The CW Network. Kahn noted that ratings for 4Kids' current 2009-2010 season are up 11%. International licensing revenues for Yu-Gi-Oh!, Dinosaur King, and Shaman King were down, although domestic licensing revenues for Yu-Gi-Oh! increased to US$0.2 million.

Kahn said that the company is now broadcasting the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series over-the-air instead of the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's sequel, because the original series was the "original impetus for the kids getting attached to Yu-Gi-Oh!," and that "there are new kids coming into the market ... [who] wouldn't necessarily have experienced the original." After last year's licensing uncertainty, 4Kids expects that the American sales of Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards to rise. He also noted that the Dinosaur King series is continuing to do well for them in Europe.

Kahn confirmed during the conference call that Nickelodeon has acquired the rights to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series. He also confirmed that 4Kids has signed a deal with the National Football League for a new trading card game, which will be based on the existing Chaotic card system.

4Kids had announced in August of this year that they would retain the financial adviser Montgomery & Co. to help evaluate strategic alternatives. However, Kahn said during the call that his company was “at this time still in the process of evaluating a number of these strategic alternatives.”

At the end of the conference call, Kahn said, “This has been the most challenging period in my life. We have to reset 4Kids, go back to where we have made our money, which has been the licensing side, make sure that the television network is profitable, and then continue to get back to growing our revenues — but more importantly getting profits back into this company.”

4Kids' past and current anime licenses have included Pokémon, One Piece, Tokyo Mew Mew, Kirby: Right Back At Ya!, Sonic X, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Shaman King, and Dinosaur King.

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 Post subject: Re: Anime News
PostPosted: December 25th, 2009, 7:05 pm 
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Breaking news concerning the English dub of Gundam Unicorn:

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Gundam Unicorn Anime's English Dubbing Cast Announced
posted on 2009-12-25 01:17 EST
Steve Cannon, Stephanie Sheh, Robby Sharpe, Rachael Lillis, Tara Platt, more

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The official website for the Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn anime series has announced the English dubbing cast:


Banagher Links Steve Cannon
Audrey Burne Stephanie Sheh
Takuya Irei Robby Sharpe
Micott Bartsch Rachael Lillis
Marida Cruz Tara Platt
Suberoa Zinnerman Michael Alston Baley
Cardeas Vist Steve Mann
Syam Vist Troy Baker
Flaste Schole Sean Schemmel

Michael Sinterniklaas is directing the English adaptation, and Sunrise is producing it in association with NYAV Post.

The anime adapts Harutoshi Fukui's 10 Gundam Unicorn novels, which are set in the same Universal Century (UC) timeline as Yoshiyuki Tomino and Sunrise's first Mobile Suit Gundam science-fiction television anime series and its sequels. Bandai Visual's first Blu-ray Disc volume for the series will have a simultaneous overseas release on March 12 with Japanese and English dubbing, as well as Japanese, English, French, Spanish, and Chinese subtitles. The first of six DVD volumes will ship on the same day with Japanese dubbing as well as Japanese and English subtitles.

The first anime episode, "Unicorn no Hi" (The Day of the Unicorn), will start a two-week "premiere review" run in theaters in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Sapporo on February 20. The theaters will also offer advance sales of the Blu-ray Disc release. More details about the "premiere review" will be announced on January 20. Also on February 20, Sony Computer Entertainment will begin distributing the anime on its online PlayStation Store for its PlayStation 3 and PSP consoles.

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 Post subject: Re: Anime News
PostPosted: January 18th, 2010, 12:41 pm 
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R.I.P. to a man behind such a talented voice... :(

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Dragon Ball Actor Daisuke Gouri Passes Away (Updated)
posted on 2010-01-18 03:04 EST
Passerby said to have found voice of Gundam's Dozle Zabi collapsed on street

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The Tokyo Shimbun paper reports that Daisuke Gouri, the voice actor best known for playing Robin Mask in the Kinnikuman television anime series as well as Umigame and Mr. Satan in the Dragon Ball franchise, has passed away in Tokyo on Sunday. He was 57. The actor, whose real name was Yoshio Nagahori, also played Dozle Zabi and Bask Om in the Gundam franchise, Hiromi Yamazaki in Patlabor, Heihachi Mishima in Tekken, Edge Master in the Soul Calibur videogame, and the Japanese Yosemite Sam in Looney Tunes.

The newspaper reports that Gouri was discovered, with blood dripping from his wrist, by a passerby on a street in Nakano ward. Police officers at Nakano station are investigating his death as a possible suicide. According to the authorities, Gouri apparently collapsed face-down onto the street at about 3:00 p.m. The Yomiuri Shimbun paper adds that a knife was found under him along with a last will nearby.

Update: The Yomiuri Shimbun paper also reports on Gouri's death.


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PostPosted: March 13th, 2010, 7:55 pm 
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Great news IMO :D , whether the same feeling comes to you depends on your take. Plus the tidbit of a new Voltron series is very tempting 8) ...

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U.S.'s Nicktoons TV Adds Dragon Ball Z Kai in May (Update 2)
posted on 2010-03-11 09:41 EST
Also on Nicktoons: Voltron Panthera Force

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America's Nicktoons television channel has announced that it will run the Dragon Ball Z Kai action anime series starting in May 2010. Nicktoons, a spinoff of Nickelodeon, will also launch Voltron Panthera Force from World Events Productions, Ltd. in conjunction with Kick Start Productions. (The channel did not specify if Voltron Panthera Force is Japanese-animated or not.) Nickelodeon made the announcements in the press summary sheet for its 2010 Upfront Presentation for advertisers on Thursday morning in New York City.

The Dragon Ball Kai television series condenses the 1989-1996 Dragon Ball Z anime series to more closely follow Akira Toriyama's original Dragon Ball manga. In addition to a digital high-definition remastering and a re-recorded soundtrack, Dragon Ball Kai also enhances selected scenes with new effects or re-animated footage. The series premiered under the name Dragon Ball Kai in Japan last April, and it has consistently ranked among the top 10 anime in viewer ratings every week since.

Funimation had licensed the series for North America, and it plans to ship the first part of the series on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on May 18. The distributor already licensed both the Dragon Ball Z television series and the earlier Dragon Ball television series for North America. Funimation reassembled most of its original Dragon Ball Z cast for the English dubbing of Dragon Ball Z Kai, except for four new cast members. Viz Media publishes the original manga in North America.

Nickelodeon has run a number of anime titles in the past, although neither Nicktoons nor Nickelodeon has a Japanese animated program in the current season.

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Update: More background information added. Thanks to Gregory Lanson for covering the upfront for ANN.

Update 2: According to Nickelodeon and Nicktoons' press kit, Voltron Panthera Force "follows the exploits of a group of five young cadets brought together under trying circumstances to form a newly appointed Voltron Lion Squad dubbed the 'Panthera Force.'"


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 Post subject: Re: Anime News
PostPosted: March 25th, 2010, 11:28 am 
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Minoru Shiraishi, the voice actor of the character by the same name in Lucky Star, will be launching a spinoff series of live-action TV shorts called Lucky Racer on April 2. Shiraishi will compete in cart-racing with the staff and voice cast of the anime, and the winners can then debut products or publicize themselves.

Lucky Racer will run within the Seitokai no Ichizon anime's timeslot when the BS11 broadcast satellite channel runs that anime on Fridays at midnight. The Kadokawa Anime Channel will then start streaming each Lucky Racer episode on Saturday, April 3.

Bandai Entertainment has been releasing both the Lucky Star anime and the original four-panel manga by Kagami Yoshimizu in North America.

Source: Saishin Anime Jōhō


A show where seiyû race each other and make themselves heard outside the studio?
Exactly my kind of thing. :d^_^b:

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PostPosted: March 27th, 2010, 2:13 pm 
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Further cementing the fact that we are all human and nobody's invincible. My hopes for a speedy recovery.

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Aya Hirano Cancels April 18 Appearance to Recuperate
posted on 2010-03-27 01:45 EDT

The official website of the White Album anime series has announced on Friday that voice actress Aya Hirano will be unable to attend the "White Album Concert II" event on April 18 because of her poor health condition and the resulting need to recuperate. The announcement did not specify the cause of Hirano's health condition. Hirano played the lead female charater Yuki Morikawa in White Album, as well as Haruhi Suzumiya in the anime franchise of the same name.

Update: Hirano wrote in her blog on February 26 that she had checked into a hospital for a cold and was then discharged. She wrote on March 14 that she had been in a hospital again for gastroenteritis. Thanks to maaya for the news tip. [Via Hashihime]

Update 2: Hirano wrote on her blog on Sunday that she experienced symptoms of alopecia areata and insomnia recently, although a medical checkup ordered by her agency reported no abnormalities. Nevertheless, she received a leave of absence, and she noted that releases of her works will probably be delayed.


Recent updates to the article explain in more detail her condition since the initial report did not disclose what her sickness was. Once again, i express my sincere hope that she manages to recover from all that's afflicting her and she can go back to doing what she loves in the fields of anime and music.


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 Post subject: Re: Anime News
PostPosted: April 16th, 2010, 2:56 pm 
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I'm honestly not suprised. I do wonder if this means we should say bye to Dawn when the new show comes around since we know Pokemon's reputation in rotating main girls with every new game that shows off the newest trainer lineup.

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Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl Anime to End, New Series Planned (Updated)
posted on 2010-04-15 08:10 EDT
Pokémon: D&P ends in fall; Pokémon: Black & White games already announced

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The TV Tokyo broadcasting station has confirmed on Thursday that the Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl television anime series will end this fall, but preparations are being made for a new series to take its place. TV Tokyo plans to reveal more information about those preparations in future announcements. The Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl television series has been running on TV Tokyo since September of 2006.

The Nintendo game company has already revealed that it will ship a new series of Pokémon: Black and Pokémon: White games for the Nintendo DS consoles in Japan this fall.

The first Pokémon (Pocket Monsters) television anime series ran in Japan from 1997 to 2002, and it premiered in America in 1998. Cartoon Network's Boomerang spinoff television channel for "cartoon classics" began airing the first Pokémon series this month. The Pokemon Advance (Pocket Monsters: Advanced Generation) television sequel ran in Japan from 2002 to 2006, and it premiered in America in 2003. Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl premiered in America in 2007.

Source: animeanime.jp

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 Post subject: Re: Anime News
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Pokemon is another example of those series which would have been awesome for all eternity had it been scheduled for 26 episodes, or 52 at most, if you will. Instead they're milking the cow until it drops dead, but I have to say I'm surprised how tough that bovine has proven to be.

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He may have been a controversial figure to some, but without him i probably never would've been introduced to nor loved so many great pieces of anime that i do know and love. R.I.P. Mr. Macek.

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Robotech producer's passing announced by Streamline co-founder Jerry Beck

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Animation historian Jerry Beck reported on his blog on Sunday that American producer Carl Macek passed away due to a heart attack on Saturday. Macek and Beck had co-founded the anime importing company Streamline Pictures in 1988.

Macek is best known for producing Robotech, the 1985 redubbed and edited adaptation of three different anime series — Macross, Southern Cross, and Mospeada. He also worked on the dubbing of many anime projects from Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years (redubbed and edited adaptation of Captain Harlock and Queen Millennia) to more recently, Bleach and Naruto. His other dubbing production credits include Vampire Hunter D, Robot Carnival, My Neighbor Totoro, and Aura Battler Dunbine. Although Streamline Pictures did not dub the 1988 film Akira, it did release the film in theaters and on video tape in the United States.

Outside anime, Macek wrote The Art of Heavy Metal (Animation for the Eighties), the 1981 book about the Canadian animated film Heavy Metal. That led to his co-writing credit on the Heavy Metal 2000 spinoff. He also developed the Lady Death film at ADV Films and wrote War Eagles, a novel based on an unproduced film treatment by Merian C. Cooper.

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Pokemon is another example of those series which would have been awesome for all eternity had it been scheduled for 26 episodes, or 52 at most, if you will. Instead they're milking the cow until it drops dead, but I have to say I'm surprised how tough that bovine has proven to be.


As long as people keep paying for the milk (stale as it may be), they'll keep that mummified cow alive! At least they only reboot one character at a time right now. Wait until they start rebooting Ash/Satoshi like the comics industry does for Batman or Spiderman... :roll:

Still, kids love it. My daughter is in Jr. High, hasn't read or watched any Pokemon in at least five years and was having trouble remembering some of her math that she learned last week. An hour later, I asked her what Growlith evolved into and after a 5 second pause, she replied, "Isn't it Arcanine?" I replied "Yes, so there's nothing wrong with your memory, so why can't you remember your math?" Trap sprung!! :mrgreen: I'm such an @ss of a dad...

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He may have been a controversial figure to some, but without him i probably never would've been introduced to nor loved so many great pieces of anime that i do know and love. R.I.P. Mr. Macek.

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posted on 2010-04-19 00:39 EDT


One of my first anime memories was watching Carl get baited by CPM, AnimEigo and US Renditions employees in a Dub vs. Sub debate at Anime Expo 1992 and lose his cool. While all of them realized dubbed videos would sell more, only Carl didn't read his audience well for the panel and came out looking like the bad guy. Very entertaining and a little bit reflective of him- unapologetic and arrogant, but not necessarily wrong. Robotech launched the anime industry and he deserves full credit for making it happen.

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Thank you, Ms. Sheridan! :d^_^b:

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Voice Actress Confirms Dub for Inuyasha: The Final Act
posted on 2010-05-14 05:13 EDT
Voice of Sango said she started recording on Tuesday

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Voice Actress Kelly Sheridan (Escaflowne's Hitomi, Inuyasha's Sango) has confirmed on her Facebook and Twitter accounts on Tuesday that the Inuyasha: The Final Act television anime series is being dubbed into English. According to Sheridan, Tuesday was the first day of her recording for the dub.

Inuyasha: The Final Act adapted the final 21 volumes of Rumiko Takahashi's original manga. Takahashi had ended the manga in the Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in June 2008. Viz Media has been releasing the manga in North America, and it has also released the 2000-2004 television anime adaptation.

Inuyasha: The Final Act had originally been simulcast on ShonenSunday.com and on Hulu. The full subtitled 26-episodes series is currently available on Viz Media's anime streaming website, VizAnime.com.

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My daughter is in Jr. High, hasn't read or watched any Pokemon in at least five years and was having trouble remembering some of her math that she learned last week. An hour later, I asked her what Growlith evolved into and after a 5 second pause, she replied, "Isn't it Arcanine?" I replied "Yes, so there's nothing wrong with your memory, so why can't you remember your math?"

Good move. :d^_^b:

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This marks the first time i've ever heard them express doubt about the proposed Part 2 of the adaptation project. They ain't gonna make too much good with that attitude...

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Albert Torres writes for Book of Eli helmer Albert Hughes; visual artists in pre-production

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The Collider.com movie news website interviewed producer Andrew Lazar (Jonah Hex, Space Cowboys, Get Smart) on the planned live-action Akira films, and Lazar revealed that his Akira team hired a new writer named Albert Torres to work with director Albert Hughes (Menace II Society, From Hell, The Book of Eli). Lazar said that Hughes is "off conceptualizing the movie with a bunch of visual artists" in pre-production development. When asked about the challenges of getting the project made as a big-budgeted, high-profile studio release, Lazar responded:


Akira happens to be something that Warner Brothers management loves. They see the value in the title. They see the value in the franchise, and what the underlying property meant. It's a pretty seminal piece. And so they think that, with a guy who is a visionary director like Albert Hughes, it's not pushing a boulder up the hill for Akira because, quite frankly, the studio is really enthusiastic about it.
Lazar also confirmed that the first film will cover Katsuhiro Otomo's first three Akira manga volumes, and the next three volumes will be covered "hopefully, if we're fortunate enough to do a second one."

Screenwriter Gary Whitta was previously attached to the project, which actor Leonardo DiCaprio (Titanic, The Aviator) is producing through his Appian Way production company. According to ComingSoon.net, Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby also worked on the films' scripts before Torres was hired.

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PostPosted: July 13th, 2010, 1:24 pm 
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Nice potty mouth, Miyazaki-san. :P2:
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Hayao Miyazaki is Not an iPad Fan
posted on 2010-07-13 00:00 EDT
Miyazaki disgusted by increasing number of iPad users

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Plenty of creative types seem to be big fans of Apple. In an interview with ANN, blogger/newly-minted anime producer Danny Choo referred to Apple's iPad as "revolutionary." Serial Experiments Lain designer Yoshitoshi ABe produced a video of himself drawing on the device. But Hayao Miyazaki? Not so much.

Fans of Miyazaki know that he's old-fashioned. His works at Studio Ghibli feature charming hand-drawn animation, not the slick CG most animation companies are releasing these days. At least as recently as 2008, he said didn't even own a computer. But his comments on the iPad border on the impressively risqué for the creator of films like My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service, and Ponyo. In a recent interview, Miyazaki compared the iPad gestures to masturbation, and called the device "disgusting."

Harsh words indeed.

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