Shout! Factory and Eleven Arts Present Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis a Hiroshi Koujina Film

[sourceLink asin=”” asin_jp=”” cdj_product_id=”” text=”” url=”” ] The Magnificent and Colorful World of the Iconic Manga Franchise Comes to Life in a New CG Anime Feature Film and on Blu-Ray+DVD July 5, 2022 [en]What You Need to Know: [/en][es]Lo que necesitas saber: [/es] Game, Set, Match! This summer, get ready as the tennis prodigy Ryoma … Read more

The Martial Arts of Kengan Ashura

Some say 3D anime action isn’t dynamic. Then there’s Kengan Ashura. There’s a reason this series has such a dedicated following for its brutal and kinetic fights — the manga it faithfully gained adapts was written by Yabako Sandrovich, a real-deal martial artist. Like the late, great Sonny Chiba performing karate in a 70s Toei … Read more

Tokyo University Of The Arts Has Made Japan A Hotbed For Indie Animation

Program overview Koji Yamamura From the start, the influence of Japanese indie icon Koji Yamamura (who helped initiate the program and has been a professor there since 2008) was notable in terms of the wide-ranging approaches that fused innovative designs, non-linear narratives, and content that fused the personal and experimental. “The main focus is on … Read more

School Of Visual Arts Alumni Return As Faculty To Share Their Expertise

School of Visual Arts (SVA) prides itself on the quality and diversity of the adjunct faculty body: it works closely with industry professionals, who get to share their expertise and knowledge directly in the school’s classrooms. SVA’s BFA Animation; BFA Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects; and MFA Computer Arts programs look deeply into … Read more