Tuesday, April 19, 2011

retern of a great anime

hey guys i was thinking of doing a my next retro review but then i happen to read a rely intrasting news article that had to do with the the anime i was going to review so i desed to just post about the news for the show befor doing the review another day
The June issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine is announcing on Thursday that production on a new Rurouni Kenshin anime project has been green-lit. More information will be provided in future issues of Jump Square.
now this makes me vary happy because if you were to ask any of my co-hosts what my Favorite samurai anime and manga they'd ether say samurai deeper kyo or  Rurouni Kenshin iv been a big fan of kenshin ever since it arid on toonami so much so that since then iv gotten the complete anime series, all 28 VOLs of the manga, the detectors cut of the OVAs and the light novel and speeking about the OVAs
The magazine also noted that the Blu-ray Disc versions of the two Rurouni Kenshin original video anime (OVA) projects and the Rurouni Kenshin: Ishin Shishi no Chinkonka [Requiem] film will ship between August 24 and October 26. A compilation CD will ship on July 27. Rurouni Kenshin, Meiji Kenkaku Romantan Saisen, a new game for the Sony PSP system, already shippedlast month.
Nobuhiro Watsuki's original 1994-1999 samurai manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump inspired a television anime series that is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Viz Media published the manga in North America, andMedia BlastersAnimeWorks label released the television anime. ADV Filmsreleased the two OVA projects and the film under the licenser's prescribed title Samurai X.
Since he ended the Rurouni Kenshin manga, Watsuki drew Gun Blaze Westand Buso Renkin. His current title, Embalming - The Another Tale of Frankenstein, has been running in Jump Square since the magazine's inaugural issue in 2007.


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