Tuesday, October 31, 2023

#dragonball DAIMA - #teaser Trailer / Fall 2024 || “Dragon Ball DAIMA”|| Teaser Trailer || Fall 2024


Dragon Ball fans have been desperately waiting for some straw to cling to for a long time now and today, at New York Comic Con, the Dragon Ball panel gave them a hand. The brand new teaser trailer for Dragon Ball: Daima premiered today at the event. While the teaser trailer was initially blurred for the people watching the livestream online, the trailer is now out! The newly announced Dragon Ball: Daima will premiere in the fall of 2024.

Youtube Video Link:- Dragon Ball DAIMA - Teaser Trailer

Monday, February 14, 2022

The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim Anime Film Release Date, Concept Art Revealed

 The Lord of the Rings anime film finally has a release date for theaters. To celebrate, Warner Bros. also released a new bit of concept art to dig into.

The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim will be released in theaters on April 12, 2024. Anime director Kenji Kamiyama (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex) will direct the film with Academy Award winner Philippa Boyens — who wrote the screenplays for the Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings trilogy — serving as executive producer.

War of the Rohirrim will take place two centuries before the events of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings and will follow King of Rohan Helm Hammerhand and the creation of Helm’s Deep. The fortress was seen in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers as a bastion against Sauron’s forces.

You can check out the first concept art for the animated film below.

The anime film was announced in 2021 and will serve as a companion piece to Peter Jackson’s trilogy. The art style seen above is reminiscent of the visual tone set by the movies and the involvement of Jackson’s colleagues is another connective thread.

“The ‘Lord of the Rings’ films took Tolkein’s masterwork to new cinematic heights and inspired a generation,” says Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich. “It’s a gift to be able to revisit Middle-earth with many of the same creative visionaries and the talented Kenji Kamiyama at the helm.”

War of the Rohirrim isn’t the only Lord of the Rings project in the works. Amazon is readying their live-action series Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, having recently premiered the first teaser trailer.

The future of Middle-earth is also possibly set to be busier than ever as the movie and game rights for Tolkein’s fantasy world are expected to go up for sale, with a projected price tag of $2 billion. 

Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending, Explained

 In ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ season 2 finale, when Inosuke and Tengen Uzui are taking their last breaths, Nezuko comes to their rescue and uses the Blood Demon Art to take the poison out of their body. After ensuring that his companions are safe, Tanjirou, along with Nezuko, starts looking for Gyuutarou and Daki to check if the demons are dead or not. Here is everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,’ season 2, episode 18. SPOILERS AHEAD!

Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Recap

After the Demon Slayers have successfully defended themselves against the violent onslaught of Gyuutarou and Daki, they even manage to simultaneously slice the necks of the brother-sister duo using their Nichirin Swords. However, just moments before getting decapitated, Gyuutarou uses one last desperate attack. Although in the following moments he is beheaded, the blood blades that he unleashes are about to seriously injure Tanjirou, Zenitsu, Tengen, and Inosuke, when Nezuko intervenes.

Luckily, she saves his brother and his companions just moments before they are about to be cut into pieces by the blood blades by using her Blood Demon Art as a defense. When Tanjirou realizes he is safe, he is suddenly alarmed by Zenitsu’s call for help. When the protagonist meets his friend, he learns that Inosuke’s heartbeat is getting weaker with every moment. Inosuke’s condition seems too critical, and Tanjirou has no clue how he can help while the poison spreads rapidly throughout his friend’s body. But to his surprise, Nezuko uses Blood Demon Art to burn all the poison and saves Inosuke’s life.

The brother-sister duo then proceeds to help the Sound Hashira in a similar fashion, providing Tengen’s three wives the much-needed relief. When it seems that none of his companions face a life-threatening danger, Tanjirou, along with Nezuko, heads out to look for Gyuutarou and Daki to make sure that the joint holders of the Upper-Rank Six are finally dead. He finds the decapitated heads of the brother-sister duo, which are slowly fading into nothingness. In their last moments, the two begin to blame each other for failing to defeat the Demon Slayers.

When the altercation gets heated, and Gyuutarou is about to say that he wished that Daki was never born, Tanjirou intervenes. He asks the demons not to curse each other since they have no one else in the world, and they don’t even believe the things they are themselves saying. When Daki’s head fades away, Gyuutarou recalls old and painful memories in his last moments to address his only regret before he himself dies.

Meanwhile, the serpent Hashira, Obanai Iguro, arrives at ground zero and meets Tengen Uzui. The former criticizes the latter for getting so heavily injured and argues that he should have easily handled the Upper Rank Six demons. Instead of arguing, the Sound Hashira opens up about his decision to retire, ignoring Obanai’s protests. At the same time, Akaza is summoned to the Infinity Castle by Muzan Kibutsuji.

Demon Slayer Season Finale Ending: How Did Gyuutarou and Daki Become Demons?

Shortly after Daki dies, Gyuutarou begins to recall the painful past of the brother-sister duo. A long time ago, Gyuutarou was just another ordinary boy living in Rashomon River Bank, the poverty-ridden region of the Entertainment District. The standard of living was so horrible there that children were considered a curse by the parents, as they could barely earn money to feed them.

Gyuutarou’s mother tried to kill him on multiple occasions, but the innocent boy somehow survived the brutal beating every single time. To make matters worse, the people there treated Gyuutarou horribly because he was ugly. He often resorted to hunting rats or bugs using his sickle to feed himself. However, his life changed when Ume (Daki) was born. Her beautiful face, for some reason, ended Gyuutarou’s inferiority complex, and he finally learned to embrace himself and the wicked world around him. He soon started fighting and became a collector.

Gyuutarou’s life seemed to make sense despite all the cruelty around him, and Ume gave him a reason to live. But he was no longer a helpless victim, and the brother-sister duo has learned to fight for their survival by now. As they flourished, their enemies increased, so when Ume blinded a Samurai with her hairpin, it turned out to be a horrible mistake. She was captured and later burned alive by her assailants.

When Gyuutarou found her charred body and started weeping for his sister, he was also attacked by a Samurai on a woman’s command. However, he fought back and killed the woman and the Samurai moments later. As he started to weep again for Ume, an Upper-Rank demon showed up and decided to give them a chance to join the Twelve Kizuki.

The brother-sister duo subsequently became powerful demons who went on to kill many Hashira over a span of several decades. However, them joining Muzan Kibutsuji’s forces was a decision that was shaped by years of cruelty and oppression that Gyuutarou and Daki suffered in silence while living in Rashomon River Bank. So, ultimately as crucial as it was for them to accept the offer to join the Demon Lords’ forces the hate for the world played just as important a role in shaping them into true demons.

Why is Akaza Summoned to the Infinity Castle by Muzan Kibutsuji?

In the final moment of the season 2 finale, Akaza suddenly finds himself in the Infinity Castle. He immediately realizes the gravity of the situation as Muzan Kibutsuji never summons his minions until there is some bad news. In the season 1 finale, when he summoned the Lower Six demons, they were severely punished by him. Most of them were brutally disposed of by Muzan for being too weak.

The Demon Lord was angered by Rui’s death on Mount Natagumo, and just after Gyuutarou and Daki’s beheading, we see something similar happen in the season 2 finale. It is noteworthy that the Upper-Rank demons have not been called to the Infinity Castle for the last one hundred and thirteen years. While the anime does not show what transpires afterward, the Upper-Rank demons will most likely be warned by the Demon Lord.

Unlike the Lower Rank demons who are disposable, these stronger soldiers of the Twelve Kizuki have been around for hundreds of years and have hunted several Hashiras in their lifetime. So, killing any one of them for Muzan will be akin to shooting himself in the foot. However, it won’t be surprising if he punishes the demons before offering his blood to some of them.

Sunday, February 13, 2022

English dub of Attack on Titan’s final season premieres tonight


For fans of the dub of the popular anime Attack on Titan, your day has finally arrived. Starting tonight, the English Version of Attack on Titan‘s final season will begin airing at 12:30 a.m. on Cartoon Network’s anime block Toonami .

The news was confirmed by Josh Grelle, the English voice actor for Armin.

The English dub will also be available on the Funimation streaming app tomorrow, February 13. It’s fitting that this final clash of Titans will be dropping on Super Bowl Sunday.

The stakes are high in the final season of Attack on Titan

The final season of Attack on Titan will see the fate of the world decided. Zeke wants to euthanize all Eldians so the scourge of the Titans can be rid from the world forever. But Eren has a very different plan: now in full control of the Founding Titan’s power, he plans to use the colossal titans in the walls to stomp everyone outside Paradis Island to death. And the Scout regiment wants a middle path that doesn’t involve any genocide at all. 

Saturday, February 12, 2022

'Bastard!!' Trailer Reveals a Heavy Metal Dark Fantasy Anime Coming to Netflix This Year

An action-packed story inspired by D&D and heavy metal is coming to Netflix this year.

The first trailer for Netflix and Warner Bros.' anime adaptation of the dark fantasy Bastard!! teases a story full of exciting action and impressive supernatural elements.

Based on a 1988 Manga of the same title by Kazushi Hagiwara, Bastard!! is a story inspired by the author’s passion for heavy metal and the tabletop role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons. We can certainly see both of these elements in the new trailer. The trailer is accompanied by epic heavy metal rock music which hypes up the action and some of the magical powers and monsters are reminiscent of some found within the lore of D&D. For instance, a little over halfway through the trailer a spherical monster with one giant red eyeball appears, and this creature is quite similar to the vicious D&D aberration, the Beholder.

Bastard!! is set in a world that has been ravaged by Anthrasax, the God of Destruction. Hundreds of years after Anthrasax has been sealed, the anti-hero Dark Schneider, a powerful wizard who once had aspired to take over the world, is awakened from within the body of a 14-year old named Luche. With a group of four lords planning to free the old God of Destruction from his imprisonment, Dark Schneider and his group will attempt to stop the threat from destroying the world once again. This epic story also follows the typical D&D trope of a group of skilled fighters coming together to undergo multiple challenges and fight against monsters, demons and even fearsome ancient Gods.

The anime series is directed by Takaharu Ozaki (Girls’ Last Tour), with series composition by Yosuke Kuroda (My Hero Academia), character design by Sayaka Ono (CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon), sound by Yasunori Ebina (Naruto Shippuden), music by Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy Tail), and animation by LIDEN Films.

The protagonist Dark Schneider is voiced by Kisho Taniyama, which some may recognize in popular roles like Jean Kirstein in Attack on Titan and Chuuya Nakahara in Bungo Stray Dogs. Other members of the voice cast include Tomori Kusunoki (Love Live! Nijigasaki Gakuen School Idol Doukoukai) as Tia Noto Yoko, Hiroki Yasumoto (Yuukoku no Moriarty) as Gara, and Yoko Hikasa (Hataraku Maou-sama!) as Arshes Nei.

There is no precise release date as of yet, but Bastard!! will be coming to Netflix to join the streaming platform’s growing collection of anime sometime this year.

Chainsaw Man Anime series to release in October 2022, Confirms MAPPA

 The anime adaptation of the hit manga series ‘Chainsaw Man’ will release in October 2022, as confirmed by MAPPA at a recent Jujutsu Kaisen event in Japan.

There are literally thousands of manga series from around the world available for you to read online, but there aren’t that many series quite like Chainsaw Man.

With a considerably darker theme than many other traditional series, alongside extremely gory violence and a set of superb characters, the manga has become a fan-favourite over recent years.

However, the series has just received a major update; confirmation from MAPPA that the Chainsaw Man anime adaptation will release in October 2022!


In December 2020, rumours about an anime started when The Unofficial Shonen Jump News Twitter page tweeted that a “TV anime adaptation” for Chainsaw Man would be produced.

Many fans had been expecting an anime adaptation to be revealed following the conclusion of the manga that weekend after author Tatsuki Fujimoto said that an “important announcement” would be made.

On December 13th, it was officially confirmed that the epic manga would be adapted into a brutal television series.


The anime adaptation of Chainsaw Man will be produced by the animation studio MAPPA.

MAPPA has had an incredible few years, producing The God of High School, Dorohedoro, Jujutsu Kaisen and the final season of Attack on Titan.

Considering how visually stunning these series have been, fans are understandably extremely excited about having MAPPA at the helm of the Chainsaw Man anime.


On December 3rd, 2021, the WSJ_manga Twitter page reported that both part 2 of the manga and anime adaptation would premiere in 2022.

This would be confirmed at the 2022 Jump Festa Event in Japan, where both the anime adaptation and manga series featured heavily.

Today, February 12th, 2022, at the Jujutsu Kaisen event in Japan, MAPPA announced that Chainsaw Man would make its television debut in October 2022 on the Fall broadcast slate.

A specific release date was not shared at the event, but we would be willing to put money on Chainsaw Man episode 1 debuting on Sunday, October 9th or 16th. This is because Sunday’s are turning into the most prominent day for anime to air in Japan, following Attack on Titan, Jujutsu Kaisen and Demon Slayer.

As part of the Jump Festa presentation, a new PV trailer was shared by the MAPPA YouTube channel and the Chainsaw Man PR Twitter page 

As of February 2022, 11 volumes of the manga series have been published in Japan, meaning the production team don’t have to wait around for source material to become available.

Similarly, MAPPA is one of the largest studios working in today’s anime industry, meaning the team can throw a significant amount of resources towards the animation; arguably the most time-consuming part of any series.

However, this has brought up an interesting conversation about the amount of Computer Generated animation that could potentially feature in Chainsaw Man,


Unfortunately, fans have started to get concerned because of a recent ‘leak’ from Twitter user ‘rcco_r0nd0’ that explained how the CG animation will work in the CSM anime.

According to ‘rcco_r0nd0‘, the production will be 50% Computed Generated animation and 50% 2D art; but will be used to emphasise backgrounds, rather than characters or action.

Unfortunately, the ‘leak’ also revealed that this means the timeline on production will be significantly affected by the artistic direction from MAPPA.

#dragonball DAIMA - #teaser Trailer / Fall 2024 || “Dragon Ball DAIMA”|| Teaser Trailer || Fall 2024

  Dragon Ball fans have been desperately waiting for some straw to cling to for a long time now and today, at New York Comic Con, the Dragon...