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Seirei no Moribito

Seirei no Moribito (Moribito – Guardian of the Spirit)

Watched 2011 roughly

Type: TV

Completed Episodes: 26

Aired: Apr, 2007 to Sep, 2007

Producers: Production I.G, Viz Media, NHK Enterprises,  Media Blasters… 509 more words

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Episode VII: FLCL (Fooly Cooly) Review

Naota’s ten years old and his life’s already a muddle. His older brother’s been shipped off to the U.S. to play professional baseball, his father’s a schlub who mismanages the family bakery while trying to hawk a crummy self-published ‘zine, his brother’s ex-girlfriend Mamimi is hitting on him, and there’s that weird factory—the one shaped like a giant steam iron—that just plain creeps him out. 598 more words

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Novo trailer de Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai

O website japonês de noticias de cinema, Cinema Today, começou a transmitir um novo trailer para o filme Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai do diretor Keiichi Hara e da produção de… 115 more words

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BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend OP

Arc System Works has uploaded the Production I.G’s opening animation for BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend.  The song used as the theme is “Blue Desire” by Faylan.  The game will be released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on April 23rd.

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Junketsu no Maria Episode 2 review

In this episode, both opening and ending themes are shown to us. As per stated in the last episode’s review, the opening song is Philosophy of DearWorld… 508 more words

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Junketsu no Maria Episode 1 review

Junketsu no Maria revolves around the most powerful witch, Maria, that lived in France during the 100 year war. Using her powers as a witch, Maria goes around the land in attempt to stop wars between France and England as she absolutely hates fighting. 444 more words

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Production I.G and OLM Collaborate on an Educational Anime

Production I.G and OLM are collaborating with NHK Educational on a science anime called Pikaia! The 13 15-minute episodes will run on public broadcaster NHK’s E-Tele channel starting on April 29 2015. 159 more words

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