Netflix’s Castlevania: Nocturne

Castlevania: Nocturne, a new Netflix animated series, is officially in production. The series is led by showrunner Kevin Kolde and Creator/Writer Clive Bradley and produced by Project 51 Productions with production services provided by Powerhouse Animation. Castlevania: Nocturne follows Richter, a descendant of the Belmont family, popularized in the iconic Symphony of Night and Blood of Rondo Castlevania games. Source: Netflix

Monday, November 14, 2016

This January Sailor Moon R - The Movie Will Premiere in U.S. Theaters

That's right! All you Sailor Moon fans listen up. Tsukino Usagi (Sailor Moon) will be coming to America in the 63-minute feature film, Sailor Moon R in January 2017. Exactly when her arrival is set for and in which theaters she will appear is not known at this time. However, the film will be released in both its subbed and dubbed versions. In addition, the film short “Make Up! Sailor Guardians,” will accompany the main Sailor Moon R film.

Japanime Games Sailor Moon R- THE MOVIE synopsis: Long before Mamoru found his destiny with Usagi, he gave a single rose in thanks to a lonely boy who helped him recover from the crash that claimed his parents. This long-forgotten friend, Fiore, has been searching the galaxy for a flower worthy of that sweet gesture long ago. The mysterious flower he finds is beautiful, but has a dark side- it has the power to take over planets. To make matters worse, the strange plant is tied to an ominous new asteroid near Earth! Faced with an enemy blooming out of control, It’s up to Sailor Moon and the Sailor Guardians to band together, stop the impending destruction and save Mamoru! Make Up! Sailor Guardians synopsis: Usagi and Chibi-Usa are at the cafe when they overhear two girls debating which of the Sailor Guardians is the best. Will Usagi’s alter-ego, Sailor Moon, end up being their favorite?

 Below is the voice actor Ben Diskin who is the villain of the film in the part of Fiore.

Trailer of The Devil Is a Part-Timer! Season 2

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