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The "hypothetical science adventure" anime film Steins;Gate Movie now has a theoretical release timeframe planned for Fall 2012 in Japan, according to a report from the Monthly Shonen Ace magazine (via MAL). The movie follows last year's TV anime series that was created by studio White Fox, based on the visual novel Steins;Gate, originally developed by 5pb. and Nitroplus and released in 2009.

Steins;Gate

Speaking of release dates, the game's PlayStation 3 version is releasing in Japan later this month, on May 24. This edition includes the (...)

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Oopsie, looks like I missed the last three episodes of +Tic Elder Sister when they first came out, in September and this past February. But that's only part of the reason why I have just added the remaining full, free streams locally. The main reason is actually yesterday's news that this hectic comedy web series is being continued with seven more short episodes. Thus confirming that earlier report from a few months ago...

+Tic Elder Sister episode

So with the previous five episodes released since May 2011, the series will reach a total of 12 anime shorts. These will be bundled on Blu-ray and DVD (...)

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Now that's a nice rumor! According to some dubious 2ch source, a new Darker than Black TV anime series will start airing in Japan from October! The report claims that the third anime (not counting the 2010 OVA) will be titled Darker than Black: Nanpou no Houkou - among other alternative spellings for the subtitle, which roughly translates to "Wandering through the South".

Darker than Black - Yin

Some staff names are also being indicated, but since the claims are purely anonymous for now, we're better off waiting for a more official notice on this matter. (...)

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Those of you who - for various, law-bending reasons - have been dying to get your hands on the home video edition of the K-ON! Movie, can now mark your calendars for July 18. That's when the anime film's Blu-ray and DVD version will be released in Japan and, no doubt, leaked outside its borders shortly thereafter.

K-ON! Movie

The K-ON! Movie originally premiered in Japanese theaters last winter, on December 3. And by early February, it had earned 1.7 billion yen ($20.8 million) in ticket sales. (...)

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The ongoing TV anime series Dusk Maiden of Amnesia, which began airing in Japan and simulcasting on Crunchyroll three weeks ago, will be continued past its regular 12-episode broadcast with an unaired episode 13, which will be included on the 6th Blu-ray and DVD volume of the anime's upcoming home video release.

Dusk Maiden of Amnesia artwork

Given a monthly release plan for each volume, and considering that the 1st volume is set for this June 27 according to the official website, it stands to reason that volume 6 (...)

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Studio Sunrise is announcing today that they are working on the first feature-length feature film adaptation of Kaiketsu Zorori (The Incredible Zorori) - originally a children's book by Yutaka Hara, which has previously spawned several anime titles of various formats since 1989. This latest project is titled Kaiketsu Zorori Da-Da-Da-Daibouken! (The Incredible Zorori's G-G-G-Great Adventure!), and its Japanese premiere is planned for Winter 2012.

Kaiketsu Zorori Da-Da-Da-Daibouken!

Studio Asia-Do is assisting Sunrise with the movie's production, and Tomoko Iwasaki is directing it. The official website so far only provides the above key visual, and (...)

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Today's update of the official website for Code Geass: Akito the Exiled is announcing the release date - the limited theatrical premiere, that is - for this upcoming OVA's first episode: August 4. This is in line with last week's report that finally revealed the anime's format as a 4-episode OVA, with a release timeframe starting from this summer.

Code Geass: Akito the Exiled

Following a limited theatrical screening in Japan, each 50-minute episode will of course receive a home video release as well, on Blu-ray. A similar release pattern (...)

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The official website of Starship Troopers: Invasion has been updated with the premiere date for this upcoming 3D CG animation film, announcing that the movie will open in Japanese theaters on July 21. Shinji Aramaki (CG Appleseed movies) is directing it, from a script based on Robert A. Heinlein's classic sci-fi novel "Starship Troopers".

Starship Troopers: Invasion

Although the original novel also inspired a 1988 OVA and several live-action films, Starship Troopers: Invasion is a direct sequel to the 1997 movie Starship Troopers (...)

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The Accel World franchise is expanding with yet another project: an Accel World OVA - a proper one, not to be confused with the Actual World shorts that will be bundled on each Blu-ray and DVD volume from the ongoing TV anime's home video release. This newly announced OVA will be bundled with the limited edition of the Accel World Stage:01 game, whose release date has also been revealed this week as being set for September 13.

Accel World game / OVA key visual

Publisher Namco Bandai is also mirroring these announcements on the game's official website, and in its updated trailer which they re-released today. (...)

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A Karneval anime adaptation is being announced on the cover of volume 9 from Touya Mikanagi's josei-fantasy manga series of the same title. This latest volume has just been released today in Japan, and so has the series' 5th drama CD, for that matter. No details about the anime seem to be known at this time.

Karneval

The Karneval manga began serialization in 2008. Its story follows the journey of a boy named Nai, who is looking for someone important to him, with only (...)

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