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AnimeMoviesPress ReleaseVIZ Media

PRESS RELEASE –  Toei Animation Inc. and VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), a premier company in the fields of publishing, animation distribution, and global entertainment licensing, teams with Los Angeles-based film distribution company, ELEVEN ARTS, to present the U.S. premiere of SAILOR MOON R: THE MOVIE in a series of special limited engagements in late January at more than 300 theaters across the U.S.

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PRESS RELEASE –  Toei Animation Inc. will debut an English subtitle simulcast of Dragon Ball Super on multiple digital platforms. For the first time, fans in North and Latin America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand will be able to view Dragon Ball Super simulcast. Since its debut in Japan in July 2015, the hit follow-up to one of the greatest anime series of all time has been eagerly awaited by followers around the world. Through non-exclusive streaming partnerships with Crunchyroll, Daisuki.net and Anime Lab, Dragon Ball Super will finally be available.

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With the Namekian refugees nowhere to be found, there’s only one place known in the universe to access the dragon balls: Earth.

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When Wiseman joined forces with Black Moon, it gave Black Moon great power to achieve their goals. But at what price did that come?

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Heroes don’t get sick days when the world is in danger, especially when it’s the enemy spreading the virus.

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AnimeFeaturedReviewVIZ Media

It wasn’t supposed to happen like it did. The seal on the Silver Crystal was supposed to last a bit longer. But fate doesn’t sit around and wait for things like “convenience.”

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Desperate times call for desperate measures, and Tuxedo Mask puts in motion a plan that backfires spectacularly.

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Microsoft has announced Master Chief and the rest of the crew from the Halo video game franchise are getting the anime treatment in a new movie. “Halo Legends,” which will officially debut at a panel presentation today at Comic-Con International in San Diego, is being produced by Microsoft’s 343 Industries and features creative direction from anime pioneer Shinji Aramaki, director of the critically acclaimed “Appleseed” and “Appleseed EX Machina” anime features, and Mamoru Oshii, director of the landmark “Ghost in the Shell” movies, with additional production from Joseph Chou of J-Spec Pictures. The compilation will include a series of short

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