Funimation has revealed to have two new licenses today, one from 2012 based off a mystery novel and a 90’s fantasy anime.
For the weekly rankings of DVD and Blu-ray sales in animated media in Japan, the fourth Utano☆Princesama Legend Star disc had the most sales for April 3-9 on both lists. Once again, it’s becoming evident the fujoshi dollar is becoming stronger in the anime market.
Discotek Media, purveyor of retro anime titles, has announced they’re working on the Cromartie High School anime today.
Sentai Filmworks has announced their acquisition of the titles Azumanga Daioh and Strawberry Marshmallow. These titles haven’t been in print for a long time, and were previously licensed to defunct anime localization companies.
Sentai Filmworks announced it acquired the rights to the second season of Is The Order a Rabbit? today.
AnimEigo has been one of the prominent publishers in publishing older anime titles. Yesterday at Anime Weekend Atlanta they’ve announced they’ll launch a Kickstarter next year for AD Police.
Today Sentai Filmworks announced their acquisition of AURA an anime movie based off the light novel Humanity Has Declined. The same light novel inspired an anime of the same name that’s also been licensed by Sentai Filmworks.