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Funimation has announced the full voice cast for Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, the third feature following Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone and Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance, along with plans to debut the latest of the Evangelion Rebuild features next week at New York Comic Con 2013.
For better or worse slightly less better, a generation of fans will forever associate Dragon Ball Z more closely with a theme song called "Rock the Dragon" than the original "Cha-La Head-Cha-La," the voice of Goku with dudes named Ian and Peter instead of a woman named Masako and a certain power level being over 9,000 instead of a mere 8,000. It doesn't matter if you study Akira Toriyama's original manga, re-watch hundreds of subtitled Japanese episodes or spend every night at a local pub sobbing into pint glass after empty pint glass, fate dealt you 53 episodes and three animated features worth of highly localized and arguably sorta goofy DBZ circa the mid-late '90s and, by Kami, FUNimation is going to cater to your sentimentality with a new $99.98 box set collecting all that biz this August.
Theory: Centives looks at how much it would cost to be Batman, within the Nolanverse, anyway.
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Movies: The Australian trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man contains a bit of new footage.
Anime: Funimation has announced a big product rollout for 2012, including a new app and tons of Tenchi.
Movies: Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner has seen Dredd, a
The average gamer probably still has about a week or two left of fresh Mass Effect 3 gameplay ahead of them (if they savor the experience), but aside form some DLC, the series will more or less conclude after that. Fortunately for ME-starv
Funimation's recent release of Madhouse's Summer Wars is the latest cinematic stab at crossing Japanese anime over to a North American audience. Anime features and series aimed at the current, insular anime audience have been staples for years, but titles that click with those who aren't inherent otaku are few and far between. Summer
I may prefer the streamlined Dragon Ball Z Kai to FUNimation Entertainment's earlier translations of Akira Toriyama's classic, lightning-fast manga turned (occasionally painfully-long) anime, but it's still very nice to see that the company is taking its original DBZ online for free. Beginning January 15 at 8:30 p.m., fans will be able to stream full episodes of the series at FUNimation's official website and on