In Japan, there’s an anime that has bullet trains transforming into giant Shinkalion x Evangelion Crossover Anime Japanrobots. No. It is not Transformers or Diaclone. But it does have something in common with Transformers and Diaclone; they are properties of Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy.
No matter how hard Disney tries, it will never be able to carry the torch lit by the original Star Wars trilogy. But Star Wars with LEGO in the mix, on the other hand, sounds like an absolute blast.
Ready for a blast of nostalgia without spending a dime? If yes, you will be glad to know that Hasbro will be releasing the entire The Transformers cartoon series from the 80s on YouTube.
It was a major bummer that limited 5,000 sets of the Neon Genesis Evangelion Ultimate Edition were snapped up in a jiffy. It is now clear that 5,000 sets are not all GKids have prepared. There are more, though, it won’t pack as many goodies as the US$274.99 set.
It looks like there are more than enough fans of Neon Genesis Evangelion in North America because pre-orders for the Neon Genesis Evangelion Ultimate Edition, a Blu-ray collection of the original 26-episode series, and the two follow-up films, are already sold out.
Did you managed to catch The Transformers: The Movie animated film when it was screened in 1986? If you did, it must have been a pretty thrilling experience. And guess what? You can relieve it all over again because, Hasbro, in collaboration with Fathom Events, is bringing Transformers: The Movie back to theaters.
When you own something, you have the power to do anything with it. Because, Disney Company owns Marvel Entertainment that owns Marvel Comics, we are now blessed with this: Marvel Studios’ What If…? Animated Series.
Good news, fans of Evangelion outside of Japan. Amazon is bringing the fourth and final film of the Evangelion tetralogy, Evangelion 3.0 + 1.01 to the rest of the world.
It is no secret that the next installment in the Netflix’s Transformers War For Cybertron trilogy, Transformers War For Cybertron: Kingdom, will land in July (not to be confused with the live-action Transformers: Rise of the Beasts movie). For those looking forward to it, Netflix has just offered the “first look” of the anime series.
While we may not get to watch Shin Ultraman, there’s another Ultraman that is being developed that we will get to watch. Last month, Netflix has revealed that it has partnered with Tsuburaya Productions to develop a CG-animated feature film Ultraman.