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Flcl: Seasons 2 & 3 Teaser Trailer – Two More Seasons Starting in 2018 [Cartoon Network]

Flcl: Season 2 and 3 Trailer Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and Production I.G. officially released the first teaser trailer for both season 2 and 3 of Flcl, or as fans would say, Fooly Cooly. The trailer doesn’t reveal anything in detail, but rather just small snippets of the characters that will return for the new seasons. Adult [...]

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Adult Swim Announces Samurai Jack Revival, Robot Chicken: The Walking Dead Special, and More

Some really cool news has come out of the Cartoon Network camp today. Variety announced that Cartoon Network's Adult Swim has some pretty awesome plans to ensure that their current, future, and past fan bases will all be entertained. One of the steps they are taking is to bring us new episodes of Samurai Jack. Earlier this year, Adult Swim announced the series revival would be coming, but this solidifies their plans, and there are a ton of other new announcements that Cn has revealed:

The Time Warner-owned cable programmer that tilts toward millennial viewers and younger generations with animated fare shown in primetime and overnights, said it would release more original programming via streaming video for daytime viewing as part of an effort to spur its audience to increase consumption of its oddball but cult-favorite content.The outlet "simply knows its audience," said Christina Miller, president and general manager,
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Flcl: Adult Swim Revives Anime Series for New Seasons

Adult Swim is reviving the Flcl TV series. The anime action comedy-drama is set to premiere in late 2017/early 2018. The new, two-season series is set years after the original Flcl.

Series creator Kazuya Tsurumaki will return to serve as supervisor. Katsuyuki Motohiro is directing. Yoshiyuki is set as character designer. Also boarding the project is writer Hideto Iwai.

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Anime Classic 'Flcl' Is To Get Two New Seasons

One of the finest anime ever made 'Flcl' (or 'Fooly Cooly') is getting a surprise two new seasons, 16 years after its first.

Adult Swim announced that it's partnering with  famed anime studio Production I.G to co-produce two new seasons of Flcl.

The production will be twelve episodes long, split into two seasons. Adult Swim also announced that the seasons will be a direct continuation of the original series.
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Panty & Stocking With Garterbelt (2010)

Once in a great while a groundbreaking work of art reveals itself, each often revolutionizing the way art is interpreted.

It can come in a variety of different forms, such as Di Vinci’s Mona Lisa or Van Gogh’s Starry Night, to Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby or Orwell’s 1984, to even Hideaki Anno’s Neon Genesis Evangelion. We can easily agree that all of these are very unique to one another in their own right, yet all are great pieces of art expressing ideas and emotions beyond belief. Artists aren’t afraid to cross lines or push boundaries for the sake of their work, and they must throw larger stones to make bigger splashes. Sometimes brilliance comes from very unexpected places. In 2010, a new masterpiece was unveiled in the form of a gag anime by the name of Panty & Stocking With Garterbelt.

If I were to try to sum up Psg,
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Diebuster review

I don't do much anime series and Oav reviews, but once in a while I'd like to hint at some of the missed out modern "classics". Diebuster fits that description rather well.

Diebuster is the Oav sequel based on Hideaki Anno's original Gunbuster series. Considering the impact of the original it's hard to image how incredibly overlooked this 6-part Oav follow-up series is. Tsurumaki is the one bringing the 15-year old original back to modern standards, completely in the spirit of Gainax, and doing a pretty great job at that.

Gunbuster is the series that kick-started Anno's career. An important event in the history of anime, as he would later go on to direct Evangelion. At the same time, it marks the rise of legendary anime studio Gainax. The original is a series that still stands its ground today, but is somewhat unknown among younger anime fans.

Tsurumaki's sequel
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FUNimation announces Flcl (Fooly Cooly) on Blu-ray Disc for 2010

Us anime-market leader FUNimation is currently having a “roll-out riot” and is announcing more and more titles for the upcoming months. Yesterday they announced the Us release of Kamui Gaiden and RoboGeisha on their official blog, but without mentioning a specific date or medium.

Today, after some rumbling of disappointed fans who expected more fine animation from Japan, they surprised them by announcing the acquirement of the Ova series Flcl (Fooly Cooly) for a DVD and Blu-ray Disc release in late 2010. The series was produced by Production I.G, Gainax and Starchild in 2000 and was directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki (Gunbuster, Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0 & 2.0).

Because of the way the six episodes of Flcl were produced, this will most likely be another upscale, so looking at FUNimation’s recent releases I’ll wait for proper reviews before ordering this…even thou I don’t own the series on DVD yet.
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Starlog Report: Anime Expo [Ax] 2009

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Though I’ve seen the Anime Expo advertisements on buses in years past, 2009 is the first year I’ve ever attended. While aspects made it sound like a good time to be had, the prospect of wading through a sea of smelly, poorly costumed cosplayers (some of whom were sure to be men as characters of the opposite gender) wasn’t especially appealing to me. It all seemed some barbaric gathering of people with low artistic standards and strange rituals.

Enter a friend of mine who shall be nameless for the moment. After his bringing up the upcoming Anime Expo, I got a tad nervous at the idea of actually going for once. Yet, my spirit of adventure and curiosity about the art of anime (my interest had laid dormant since the day I decided to stop liking Pokemon) wrung from me a final verdict of “Why not?” Moe enthusiasts and yaoi fangirls aside,
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