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Posted by OminousCloud on September 10, 2009 @ 06:51:00 PM in News Articles


FUNimation® Entertainment has confirmed the cast and crew for the 12 episode supernatural anime series "Rin ~ Daughters of Mnemosyne".

Main Cast:
Rin – Colleen Clickenbeard
Mimi - Jamie Marchi
APOS - Todd Haberkorn
Laura - Clarine Harp
Sayara - Monica Rial
Kouki - Robert McCollum

Line Producer/ADR Director: Christopher Bevins

About Rin ~ Daughters of Mnemosyne
Rin Asogi doesn't stand out in a crowd, but that's okay by her. Going unnoticed is an occupational necessity for any private eye, and she's the best in the business. It doesn't matter if she's rescuing lost kitties or infiltrating high-security laboratories, Rin is the dame you want handling your sensitive materials. Sure, she crosses paths with some shady characters in her line of work, but not having to worry about the little things – like bullet holes or brutal beatings – makes the job almost bearable. Life, on the other hand, is a different story. And it won't get any easier with sadistic Apos the immortal sending wave after wave of assassins to claim a much sought after prize – the secret which lurks within the hunted Rin.

FUNimation Entertainment will release the complete series on DVD in early 2010.

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Posted by LadyPSerenity on August 17, 2009 @ 07:40:14 PM in News Articles
After a four year (Four years Two months) break, You Higuri is resuming her Cantarella series. Akita Shoten's Princess Gold magazine's September issue has the Cantarella series.



Go! Comi published the first 10 volumes of the manga in North America.

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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 29, 2009 @ 12:51:04 PM in News Articles
Teaser trailers for the Marvel Anime series of Wolverine and Iron Man have been posted by comic writer Warren Ellis. Having premiered at Comic-Con International last Friday, Ellis emphasized that both teasers are test animation, "intended to show off the style of the piece only. Nothing in here reflects the actual content, just the design and the aesthetic and the animation".



Ellis also mentioned that both anime series are aimed at Southeast Asian market, as opposed to Japan as Marvel had told the audience at Comic-Con International.
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 28, 2009 @ 12:48:54 PM in News Articles
Kodansha's Evening magazine has announced on Tuesday that Bokurano manga creator Mohiro Kitoh will launch a new manga sereis that is tentatively titled Noririn this winter. The manga will feature a female high school road racer who has had her license revoked and has to take up cycling for her mountain errand job.

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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 27, 2009 @ 01:11:41 PM in News Articles
September will see the promotion of tourism in Kagoshima Prefecture, the home of Japan's main space launch facility, through a new Galaxy Express 999 anime short. Titled Ginga Tetsudo 999: Diamond Ring no Achira e the short uses Leiji Matsumoto's story about a space-faring train to express themes of space, railway and dreams. The anime will represent the Uchinoura Space Center and the region's expanding Kyushu Shinkansen bullet train line.



In the short written by Yoshimi Narita (Hakaba Kitarō, Yes! Precure 5), the Galaxy Express 999 boy protagonist Tetsurō takes the 999 train to see the recent total solar eclipse on July 22. The boy, who dreams of becoming an astronaut, ends up traveling throughout Kagoshima, space, and time itself as he arrives at 2035, the year of the next total solar eclipse in Japan. The Young Astronauts Club of Japan, the youth science group chaired by Matsumoto himself, helped with the project's proposal and development, and Iku Ishiguro directed the work at Toei Animation.
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