Hello everyone, it is March 2nd, and here are your updates: Way of the House Husband gets a Brand New Trailer and Release Date, Comic-Con International 2021’s Physical Event Canceled With Smaller In-Person Event Planned for November, Demon Slayer: The Mugen Train opens at No. 1 at New Zealand and stays in the Top 10 in Japan in its 20th Weekend, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood gets a New Trailer, and finally, Jujutsu Kaisen’s Manga Series breaks another record. Also, a Reminder for fans of the Nerd Den, it has a new domain and currently fixing old posts as we speak.
The Way of The House Husband gets a brand new trailer and release date.
When Netflix first announced that Kousuke Oono’s The Way of The House Husband was getting an Anime Adaption, fans were ecstatic and now there has been a brand new trailer and a release date. Fans can expect this House Husband to come to your streaming service on April 8th, 2021.
“He was the fiercest member of the yakuza, a man who left countless underworld legends in his wake. They called him “the Immortal Dragon.” But one day he walked away from it all to travel another path—the path of the househusband! The curtain rises on this cozy yakuza comedy!“
San Diego Comic-Con International’s 2021 Physical Event Cancelled, A Smaller In-Person Event Planned for November
Similar events have been having issues with the ongoing COVID-19 Situation, this includes Texas’ A-Kon convention that was recently postponed to 2022. Now, San Diego’s Comic-Con International will be moving the event to a Virtual setting due to new information from local and national healthcare officials, the staff has determined that July is too early to hold its in-person convention. The event will take place from July 23rd-July 25th. The Staff will be planning a smaller in-person event in November, the date will be revealed at a later date. For more information on this development, Anime News Network has the details.
Demon Slayer: The Mugen Train opens at No. 1 in New Zealand, Stays in the Top 10 in Japanese Box Offices for the Twentieth Weekend.
The Demon Slayer Franchise has broken another record, this time in New Zealand, The Mugen Train debuted on February 25th, in its opening weekend, and has earned the equivalent of US$250,151 as of February 28th.
Then in Japan, it was originally at No. 3 during its 19th weekend in Japanese Box Offices, Anime News Network confirmed that the film sold 100,000 tickets over the weekend and earned 155,641,100 yen (about US$1.45 million) from Friday to Sunday, causing it to jump to the No. 2 spot in Japanese Box Offices.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood gets a Brand New Trailer
Last month it was confirmed that Valve and Netflix would be collaborating with Studio MIR (Known for its work on Legends of Korra, and Voltron: Legendary Defender) for a new series based on the Strategic MOBA Game DOTA. Here is a synopsis for the new animated series:
“The upcoming fantasy series tells the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm as well as the noble Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion becomes embroiled in events much larger than he could have ever imagined. The series is based on the hugely successful global video-game franchise DOTA 2 by Valve.”
Netflix recently released a brand new trailer for the upcoming series, which will be premiering on March 25th. Crunchyroll has also unveiled the Character Art for the Upcoming show.
Jujutsu Kaisen’s Manga Series breaks another selling record
Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Manga Series has broken another record, this time it has surpassed 36 Million Copies (printed physically and sold digitally). Last month, it reached 30 Million in sales. The Fifteenth volume is set to be released in Japan on March 4th, alongside an Official Fan Book to be released.
For more information on this new development, Crunchyroll’s Daryl Harding has the details.
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