Comic Rush manga mag moves to all digital

26 01 2011

Comic Rush Magazine announced Wednesday that the anthology would be moving from print to 100 percent online starting in April. The March issue will be the last print issue.

Issues will be available on computer, ipad and iphone, and Android devices for 450 yen on the 1st of every month. The March issue is available now for free here: (Comic Rush).

Comic Rush is probably most known for printing manga series Clannad and Galaxy Angel.





Streaming fun: Inuyasha, Angel Beats!, Randys and Tegami Bachi

30 09 2009

JG Tegami BachiThe official Inuyasha Website has updating with a streaming 30-second promo for its latest anime, based on the last 21 manga volumes of the series. The series begins simulcasting this Saturday, Oct. 3. Find it: Here!

Two new promos for the mixed media project Angel Beats! have been released, though still no actual animation. The project comes from Key, responsible for Air, Kannon and Clannad, Find promo video four and five Here! and Here!

Also streaming on Youtube since last Friday, a promo for the live action film adaptation of the manga series Randys, The story is about a street fighter who starts a problem solving service named after baseball player Randy Bass. Check that out: Here!

Last but not least, Cruchyroll has announced it will be simulcasting Tegami Bachi (Letter Bee, shown above) starting this weekend. Based on the manga series of the same name, Tegami Bachi is about a letter service in a world of perpetual night. Check out the promo video: Here!





New anime series announced — Angel Beats

2 06 2009

JG Angel BeatsFans of series like Clannad, Air and Kannon have a new reason to rejoice — a new moe series by Key has been announced, called Angel Beats.

Set in the afterlife, the series will feature moe girls styled similarly to the above mentioned titles, though the series is supposed to be more combat heavy. Character designs for the series come courtesy of Na-Ga, and the script is being handled by the scenario writer for the PC versions of Clannad, Kanon and Air.

Three promotional videos for the new series in development, the first of which can be found: Here!