Queen’s Blade OVA final episodes delayed

25 10 2010

The final two episodes of the Queen’s Blade Original Video Animations will be delayed by one month.

The fifth episode will release on Jan. 26 of next year, and the final episode will appear Feb. 23.

The OVA series, called Queen’s Blade: Utsukushi Toushi-tachi, launched in August of this year.

To see a promo for the series and other Queen’s Blade related clips, click here: (Queen’s Blade)

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Early Impressions: Queen’s Blade 2

3 10 2009

JG Queen's Blade 2-2If you’re reading this post, then there’s probably a good chance you already know what you’re getting into. Queen’s Blade: Gyokuza no Tsugumono is a lot like the first anime series; for better or for worse.

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Queen’s Blade, Basara sequels announced

18 06 2009

JG Queen's Blade newThe last episode of 12 to air in Japan of Queen’s Blade: Rurou no Senshi announced that a sequel is in the works, subtitled Gyokuza no Tsugumono (inheritor to the Throne, but romanized as Queen’s Blade and the Evil Eye).

Also recently announced is a sequel for Sengoku Basara, a popular video game adaptation. 

Basara is slated to appear next year; Queen’s Blade is in development, with no release date announced. See the J Geek’s Early Impressions of Queen’s Blade: Rurou no Senshi: Here!

See the Queen’s Blade Japanese trailer: Here! See the Basara opening: Here!





Tatami Toons – Queen’s Blade early impressions

6 05 2009

jg-queens-bladeOn one level, the Queen’s Blade phenomenon requires a bit of an explanation. On another, the concept is pretty simple.

What requires a bit of explanation is the source material for this new anime series. In short, Queen’s Blade is based on a turn-based pen and paper RPG that no one actually plays. (Well, never say never. There likely are a few folks out there who actually get a game of this going, but it’s widely held that few actually play the game.) Despite this, the rulebooks are widely popular and spur lines at store when they are released (in Japan).

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