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Netflix Announces 13 New Animes Coming Soon

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Netflix is diving deep into the anime game with a baker's dozen of new titles. Of those titles is a Godzilla animated film, A Children of the Whales Series, and a Holy Grail War in Fate/Apocrypha!

Earlier today, we reported that Netflix was working on a remake of Saint Seija, Knights of the Zodiac Series, but that just happens to be one part of a bigger venture Netflix is undergoing. On Netflix's insider page, they've announced 13 animes coming to the streaming service, at various times. The extensive list is as follows:

Cannon Busters Devilman Crybaby B: The Beginning (formerly Perfect Bones) Sword Gai: The Animation A.I.C.O. Incarnation Lost Song Rilakkuma Series Knights of the Zodiac: Saint Seiya Baki Fate/Apocrypha Kakegurui Children of the Whales Godzilla

Each one of these brings a unique story and style to the Anime category on Netflix's long catalog of movies and series.
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Netflix Drops Four Original Anime Series Trailers — Check Them All Out Here!

Netflix mostly seems to be getting a bunch of buzz for their stellar live-action TV programming, and their burgeoning original film slate. However, one aspect of their original shows that is often overlooked is their anime. From shows like Ajin: Demi-Human to Little Witch Academia, they have a growing slate of originals that’s sure to make the folks over at Crunchyroll at least a little bit jealous.

Apparently, the streaming service has been stockpiling trailers, because they just dropped four trailers for upcoming anime series Fate/Apocrypha, Kakegurui, A.I.C.O. -Incarnation-, and Devilman crybaby.

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This is another step in Netflix's plan to bring more anime content to their service.

"We expect to grow anime viewing, here in Japan and the rest of the world as we continue to invest in high-quality content," Greg Peters, Netflix's chief product officer told CNET.
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Netflix Picks Up 12 New Anime Series Projects and Godzilla Movie; Watch Some Trailers!

Netflix is going all in on anime as they add the eagerly anticipated Godzilla movie and 12 other projects to their slate of upcoming programming. Deadline says in addition to the series the network is also overseeing the development of Cannon Busters, Devilman Crybaby, B: The Beginning, and Knights Of The Zodiac: Saint Seiya just to name a few.

The Godzilla and Saint Seiya grabs really show that Netflix is working to grab their Western audience who loves anime, but with competitors like Crunchyroll and Funimation (who was recently bought by Sony) in the mix, who knows if they'll be able to compete on that front. Time will tell, but the addition of so many projects seems promising for the future of anime on the platform.

Below you'll find details photos and some trailer for the anime projects that Netflix has picked up!

Cannon Busters

Created, directed and executive produced
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Netflix’s A.I.C.O. Incarnation is Bio Sci-Fi/Horror

Netflix has revealed a teaser and extended clip from “A.I.C.O. Incarnation”, their upcoming original anime series that was animated by Bones (Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven) and directed by Kazuya Murata (Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet). The series, which will… Continue Reading →

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Eureka 7: The Movie BluRay Review

(Because "Psalm of Planets seveN: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers" is such a mouthful...) This week distributor Manga UK released the European English-friendly BluRay edition of the Eureka 7 movie. It is known by several different names, some involving rainbows and some involving psalms, but to avoid confusion (and Rsi) let's just call it "Eureka 7: The Movie" as there is only one movie so far. "Eureka 7" started life as a 50-episode anime series which aired in 2005. At first dismissed as "yet another Evangelion wannabe", it nevertheless gathered its own following and the series would go on to reap loads of awards, both from audiences and the animation industry. Now the movie is a bit of a different animal. Instead of opting...
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Al’s Anime Annex – April

Welcome to the inaugural Al’s Anime Annex. I’m going to walk you through all the DVD shaped Manga that’ll be hitting the shelves this April. So hold onto your potatoes, ’cause this month we’ve got mechs, vampires, Soul Reapers and girls hitting each other till their clothes fall off.

Eureka 7: The Movie or “Eureka Seven – Good Night, Sleep Tight Young Lovers”

Mechs. Good start. Mechs are cool. Renton is a pilot of one of these giant, walking machines. The robot he- jocks even transforms from a space ship, and once in robot form has a sweet, sky surfing board.

It’s 2054 and humanity is at war with an alien race called the Azo. Although they are supposed to be some kind of scourge, they just look like big, multi-coloured sea creatures. Renton needs to find and protect his childhood friend, Araka; a young girl,
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Eye on Anime: 'Eureka Seven' Movie Debuts in U.S.

Ncm Fathom and Bandai Entertainment – the ones who brought us a special showing of Death Note last year – team up again to debut a one-night showing of Eureka Seven -- Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers on Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The nationwide event features the English-dubbed film and an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at its creation at the studio Bones. The writer of Eureka Seven, Dai Sato, is known for having penned anime greats Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, and Samurai Champloo, to name a few. The Eureka series is comprised of 50 gripping episodes. Kudos to Sato for not dragging it out to a thousand-plus fillers. In Japan, it's known as Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven, and it deftly incorporates music. As with most mecha anime, this one is a...

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Gurren Lagann & Eureka 7 Movies to be screened on AnimagiC 2009

Some more, very good news for this years’ Animotion film festival that takes place during the AnimagiC anime con in Bonn, Germany from July 31 to August 2.

After the announcement that the second film of the Rebuild of Evangelion series: Evangelion 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance will be shown just one month after the Japanese theatrical premiere, it has now been reported that the Eureka Seven movie Pocket Full of Rainbows (Trailer) and both Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann compilation movies (Guren-hen & Ragan-hen) will also be screened. And to ecstasize my international visitors as well: All four films will be shown with English subtitles!

Pocket Full of Rainbows and Ragan-hen just opened last weekend in Japan, so I think the Animotion team deserves some extra credit for their effort!

[via Sos-Brigade]

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Eureka 7: Pocket Full Of Rainbows Trailer Arrives!

Young boy! Giant robot! It’s a formula perfected in Japan long, long ago and of all the recent efforts to tap into the formula, Eureka 7 is pretty easily the best. Originally a very popular television series, a feature version of Eureka 7 has been in the works for a good while now and the first trailer has just leaked out. Here’s how I’ve described this in the past:

Set against the backdrop of a military dictatorship, Eureka 7 takes a young boy and throws him into the middle of resistance fighters, the girl he’d be in love with if he knew what that meant at this stage of his life, and a giant robot. A bunch of giant robots, actually. It’s equal parts coming of age story and large scale action, as much about Renton figuring out what it means to grow up as
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Eureka 7 Coming To The Big Screen!

Fantastic news for anime fans! Eureka 7 - pretty easily one of the bet anime series of the past few years - is about to make the step from small screen to large, with a feature film now in the works. Subtitled Psalms of Planets the feature film will give the adventures of young hero Renton the scale and scope they always aimed for on the small screen ...

Eureka Seven tells the story of a young boy named Renton, whose life just plain sucks. That is, until a giant robot crashes into his house. Piloted by a girl named Eureka, this encounter will lead Renton to be pursued by the military and pulled into a web of drama, intrigue, and non-stop action. Renton’s time to daydream is over.

Set against the backdrop of a military dictatorship, Eureka 7 takes a young boy and throws him into the middle of resistance fighters,
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