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"Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" - New Footage

The animated TV series, "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" adapts the Japanese 'manga' comics by Masami Kurumada, streaming exclusively on Netflix, July 19, 2019:

"...the new series, showcasing the 'Pegasus Meteor Fist', will cover events...

"...stretching from the 'Galaxian Wars' to the 'Silver Saints', directed by Yoshiharu Ashino and written by Eugene Son from the Toei Studio..."

The original 29 volume manga comics series by Kurumada ran January 1986 to December 1990...

...as well as appearing in "Weekly Shonen Jump" magazine.

The original 114-episode anime series ran from October 1986 to April 1989, directed by Kozo Morishita and Kazuhito Kikuchi.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac"...
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First Trailer for ‘Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac’ Teases the Netflix CG Redo

It's an understatement to say that fans of the original 80s anime series Saint Seiya (a.k.a. Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac or simply Knights of the Zodiac) are not happy with the look of Netflix's upcoming reboot. The decision to go for a computer-generated animation style over the traditional hand-drawn original is not a surprising one, but seeing it in motion still came as quite the shock. The first trailer is here, and for folks who have never seen the original, it does an okay job at setting up the basics of the …
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"Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" On Netflix

The animated TV series, "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" adapts the Japanese 'manga' comics by Masami Kurumada, streaming on Netflix, summer 2019:

"...the new series, showcasing the 'Pegasus Meteor Fist', will cover events...

"...stretching from the 'Galaxian Wars' to the 'Silver Saints', directed by Yoshiharu Ashino and written by Eugene Son from the Toei Studio..."

The original 29 volume manga comics series by Kurumada ran January 1986 to December 1990...

...as well as appearing in "Weekly Shonen Jump" magazine.

The original 114-episode anime series ran from October 1986 to April 1989, directed by Kozo Morishita and Kazuhito Kikuchi.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac"...
See full article at SneakPeek »

"Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" on Netflix

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Sneak Peek footage from the first of 12, 30-minute episodes from "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac", a remake of the "Saint Seiya" 'manga' comics series written by Masami Kurumada, streaming on Netflix, summer 2019:

"...the new series, showcasing the 'Pegasus Meteor Fist, will cover events, stretching from the 'Galaxian Wars' to the 'Silver Saints', directed by Yoshiharu Ashino and written by Eugene Son from the Toei Studio..."

The original manga series written by Masami Kurumada ran from January 1, 1986 to December 12, 1990 and has 28 volumes. It also appears in the 'Weekly Shonen Jump' magazine.

The original 114-episode anime series ran from October 11, 1986 to April 1, 1989, directed by Kozo Morishita and Kazuhito Kikuchi.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac"...
See full article at SneakPeek »

Neon Genesis Evangelion soon to land on Netflix Platform in Spring 2019

Streaming giant Netflix has just announced the addition of an Evangelion package to its growing anime lineup. This new bundle includes the 26 episodes of the “Neon Genesis Evangelion” television series as well as the two films, “Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth” and “Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion” and will become available in Spring 2019.

The critically-acclaimed and beloved series, directed by Hideaki Anno and produced by anime studio Gainax, was broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 1995 to March 1996 and since then has become extremely popular and gained a cult status.

The story is set in 2015, 15 years after a cataclysmic event, in a futuristic Tokyo-3, where the mysterious paramilitary organization Nerv fights against alien invaders called Angels. Shinji, son of the director of the special force, is recruited, along with other teenagers to pilot giant Mechas (bio-machines) known as Evangelion. The Evangelion Unit must prevent another disaster as well
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Ultraman and Neon Genesis Evangelion Lead Netflix's 2019 Anime Lineup

Netflix, the world's leading internet entertainment service, continues to successfully expand its original Anime programming and today, during the Anime Lineup Presentation event at Akiba Theatre in Tokyo, presented some exciting highlights for the upcoming year.

Today's announcements join Netflix' ever-growing slate of Anime that has already been captivating fans around the world, including this year's series Devilman crybaby or B: The Beginning. Over the course of 2019, viewers everywhere will be able to discover and enjoy even more Anime coming from some of the best creators in the word, as well as a chance to revisit some of the most beloved stories they already know and love, including Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac, Ultraman or Neon Genesis Evnagelion.

Rilakkuma and Kaoru. Global Launch April 19, 2019. When a woman in her thirties begins sharing her apartment with a soft toy bear that has decided to take up residence there, she finds
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China's Bona Film Group teams with Toei Animation on 'The Monkey Prince'

Japan’s Sammy Corporation, Sola Entertainment and Marza Animation Planet are also partners on the film.

Japan’s Toei Animation is teaming with China’s Bona Film Group, A Really Good Film Company and three Japanese partners on animated feature The Monkey Prince.

Other Japanese companies involved in the project include animation studios Sammy Corporation, Sola Entertainment and Us/Japan-based Marza Animation Planet.

Inspired by the Chinese classic story, Journey To The West, the film will feature characters designed by Sonic The Hedgehog creator Naoto Ohshima. John A Davis (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius) will direct from a script written by
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