The third installment in the anime franchise is set to debut on DVD and Blu-Ray on November 25, and on DVD digitally on December 12, 2017.
The first two installments, “Kawai-chan” and “Ain’t That Cool,” were released on March 10, 2016, and September 6, 2017, respectively.
The third entry in the series, “Gorillaz,” was released on February 11, 2018.
“GORILLAZ” is the first film in the franchise to debut with English subtitles.
The film will also be available in Japanese with English dubbed subtitles.
It is scheduled for release on DVD on November 23, 2018, and digitally on November 30, 2019.
The movie’s Blu-rays are set for release October 11, 2019, and December 16, 2020, respectively, and will be available digitally on September 29, 2020.
The Blu-Rays and DVD will include the Japanese audio commentary.
The series also stars Maki Nishikori as a young woman who discovers she has the power of a giant gorilla.
The animated series was created by Yoshitaka Amano and premiered in the United States on the Fox Kids channel in the late 1990s.
It was produced by Studio Ghibli, which also produced the anime.
The anime received a 10-year theatrical release in Japan, a feature film, and a feature length film.
“Kanako” is set for a theatrical release on December 1, 2019 in Japan.
“Isekai no Jigen” is a live-action film directed by Kōji Ueda, who also directed “Majestic Prince,” “Ganbare!” and “Hinomaru.”
The film is a remake of the 1998 Japanese anime film “Battleship Yamato,” with new characters, a new story, and new locations.
It will also feature English subtitles and a live action film score.
The manga is currently serialized in Monthly Shonen Jump magazine, and was published in English by Image Comics.
The sequel series, which centers on Kanako, is slated for a limited theatrical release October 23, 2020 in Japan and a Blu-RAY release on January 9, 2021 in the US.
Akatsuki no Natsu” is an anime adaptation of the manga by Hiromi Tanaka.
It centers on the life of Umarubo, a boy who is the reincarnation of a legendary warrior.
The story follows Umarube’s journey to become a warrior.
In addition to its original story, “Himbō” and the anime adaptations “Hirobōshou” and Umarubi, the series will also include the manga’s original art by Takashi Miike.
“Mana Hibi” is based on the manga of the same name by Yōji Shiba.
The three-part anime will adapt the manga into a two-part TV series.
The main cast includes: Aya Suzumiya (Mana), Aoi Maki (Gorilla), and Rin Tohsaka (Mira).
The cast also includes: Shunsuke Takagi (Rin), Maki Mizuno (Kanaka), Takuya Nakamura (Hibbō), and Yuko Mishima (Him).
The anime is set in a world where the gods have returned to Earth, and there are no known heroes, but humans must become the gods’ protectors.
The cast includes the main cast from “Kamisama Kiss” and other manga, including the voice cast, as well as several other characters.
The television series premiered in January 2017 on Tokyo MX.