Marvel has been hitting the television animation hard lately with multiple series airing, but they are going back to the full length feature again with Tony Stark. Marvel has released information about Iron Man: Rise of Technovore that you can see after the jump.
When DC Nation returns, we’ll all be sitting there watching Green Lantern and Young Justice, but we’ll really be waiting for the incredibly well done interstitials. This week, be on the look out for Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld.
More After the Jump
Forget average ordinary snowmen, here’s Totoro sculpted out of snow and looking great.
If only we had enough snow in these parts so I could do something like this…
via So Many Places, But Mostly the Miyazaki Fan Page
Since starting here at Major Spoilers I have been exposed to a multitude of different properties, truths, and generes that I most likely never would have been. One of those is works from foreign countries, more specifically those coming from the Far East. So combine my new-found curiosity and my love of Star Wars and you can see why this fan-made video left my drooling. You need to watch this.
Marvel Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (SPEJ) announced today the return of iconic Super Hero, Iron Man, to the beloved world of anime in an all-new feature-length film, IRON MAN: RISE OF TECHNOVORE. Produced by Madhouse and currently in production in Japan, the film is slated for release on DVD in the spring of 2013.
A while back, we showed off a girl who had gone through many surgeries to make herself look like a real life Barbie doll. While that was creepy, I think I’ve stumbled across something quite frightening – a girl who has gone through the process to make herself look like a living, breathing, anime character.
Speed Grapher is an anime series, here is Netflix’s description of it:
A former war photographer meets a beautiful girl whose powers unlock a secret within him: Whenever he takes a picture of something, it explodes.
Initiate scathing review of what is clearly a ludicrous show in 3… 2… 1…
Catch some of Marvel’s most dangerous Super Heroes when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Marvel Animation release BLADE ANIME and WOLVERINE ANIME on DVD July 31st. The two-disc sets will include all 12 episodes from each series, with epic battles and action-packed storylines, as well as six all-new featurettes. The series are guided by The New York Times best-selling author Warren Ellis (Iron Man: Extremis, Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis), and produced by Madhouse for Marvel Television and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (SPEJ). Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is the distributor.
The X-Men Anime animated series arrives in stores on April 24, 2012 from Sony Home Entertainment. The studio sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek featuring some of the action from the series for you to check out.
The ever popular ACE ATTORNEY (Gyakuten Saiban-2012/Mystery, Drama/Approx. 130 min) manga and video game comes alive in this live action feature film to be screened EXCLUSIVELY at this summer’s most anticipated Anime, Manga and Music event AM2. Two screenings will be available-one EXCLUSIVELY for Passport holders ONLY and the second for Passport holders preferred (with general attendees as seating permits). More info and attendee registration can be found at www.am2con.org
There’s a new trailer for the Blade anime series which kicks off on January 13, 2012.
I know what is on our holiday menu this year – sushi, soba noodles, and a honey glazed ham… And what better way to celebrate the downing of food, than with chopsticks inspired by the Neon Genesis anime series.