New Escaflowne English dub in October
We look at the new English dubbed releases for The Vision of Escaflowne and we peek at the new KanColle: The Movie trailer. Hungry for anime? Itadakimasu!!
It is always nice to see when an anime classic gets attention. Within the week two trailers started screening on Funimation’s official YouTube channel for the new English dub of the classic The Vision of Escaflowne (or Escaflowne for short) anime series and movie. Funimation will release a Blu-ray collector’s edition that includes both the series and movie as well as of the movie and both halves of the series, and the release date is October the 18th.
Escaflowne tells the tale of Hitomi, a high school athlete that is transported from Earth to the fantastic world Gaea where she meets the young prince Van Fanel and becomes part of his quest to unite the countries of Gaea against the Zaibach Empire. It is a fantasy but also magic-slash-mecha series where we learn interesting secrets about Vans’s family and also get to see the giant machine Escaflowne in battle. The Escaflowne anime series aired in Japan in 1996.
The two trailers are not available in many countries but we have the old English dub trailer for those who would like to see a bit of the anime. Please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Vision-of-Escaflowne-English-Trailer
KanColle: The Movie
The fleet of ‘battleship girls’ of KanColle (Kantai Collection) will be back on November 26, 2016! The official trailer for KanColle: The Movie is now available online. It reveals the cast, staff, and theme song artist and highlights some of the epic battles in store for us. The movie’s theme song featured in the trailer is ‘Kikan’ (return) and is sung by Shiena Nishizawa.
If you loved Kantai Collection’s cast then we have good news for you, as it seems that the cast of the 2015-anime series is returning for the movie. Cast members include the vocal talents of Sumire Uesaka, Saki Fujita, Yuka Iguchi, Ayane Sakura, Ayana Taketatsu, Nao Tōyama, Iori Nomizu, Rina Hidaka, Yumi Tanibe, Yuka Ōtsubo, Megumi Nakajima, Aya Suzaki, Sarah Emi Bridcutt, Yui Horie, and Ayako Kawasumi.
Shinichiro Inoue will be executive producer of the movie followed by Kensuke Tanaka (Planning and Concept), Keizō Kusakawa (Director), Jukki Hanada and Kensuke Tanaka on Screenplay, Naomi Ide and Mayuko Matsumoto on Character Design and animation producer Shōta Amano.
The original anime is set in a world where mankind loses control over the oceans to a ‘deep sea fleet’ and mankind’s only hope are the Kanmusu, a group of girls possessing the spirits of Japanese warships.
Here is the KanColle: The Movie Trailer. Please follow our link: http://bit.ly/KanColle-The-Movie-Trailer
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