It is September 28th, 2020, and here is the News Round-Up: TMS Entertainment and Japan’s Quebico team up to produce a new Resident Evil CG Film, Kodansha to release full Shaman King Manga, on Comixology, Netflix streams a new trailer for the latest Chapter of Transformers: War of Cybertron Trilogy, and the newest Violet Evergarden film earns 810 million yen in first 10 days.
TMS Entertainment and Quebico to team up for Resident Evil CG Film
A tip from Podcaster LexDaXMan and according to a Press Release, TMS Entertainment, and Japan’s Quebico will be producing a brand new Resident Evil CG Film, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. Capcom’s Resident Evil Producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi is involved in story supervision and production of the franchise’s first “Serialized CG Film,” in this new mini-series, it will be focusing on Resident Evil 2’s protagonists Leon Kennedy, and Claire Redfield but no other story details have been given just yet.
Kodansha USA Publishing and Comixology reveal new On-Sale Dates for the Manga and Spin-Off Series
With the anime coming up, Kodansha USA and Comixology have issued a released a press release for the new On-Sale Dates for the Manga and Spin-Off series which is set to debut on Comixology, Kindle on October 6th, 2020. For more on this story, Anime News Network has the Official Press Release.
Transformers: Earthrise Trailer Streamed at Hasbro Pulse Con
After debuting new merchandise at Hasbro’s PulseCon 2020, the Transformers Entertainment Panel debuted a new Teaser Trailer for the latest chapter of the new Netflix Transformers Series, Transformers War for Cybertron. The newest chapter titled “Earthrise“, Netflix describes the story so far:
“With the Allspark gone, Megatron is forced to confront the harsh reality that his Decepticons are trapped on a dying Cybertron. Meanwhile, lost in the darkest reaches of space, Optimus Prime and his team embark on a desperate mission, unexpectedly running into… the spacefaring Mercenaries.”Netflix Synopsis
Violet Evergarden: The Movie earns 810 Million Yen in First Ten Days!
According to the Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web, Kyoto Animation’s Violet Evergarden: The Movie has sold 566,000 tickets to earn ¥810 Million ($7.68 Million US Dollars) in just ten days in the box office as of Sunday. Anime News Network has the details.
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