Saturday, August 29, 2015

July-Aug. articles in the media

Here's the batch of articles to show up in the media from July-Aug., regarding anime, manga and related stuff.

Japan Times

Famed director Miyazaki calls Abe's move to revise Constitution 'despicable'

Hayao Miyazaki cleans up Japan

'One Piece' sets Guinness record for manga

Project Anime asks the right questions

Tokyo bar transformed into Sailor Moon cafe until the end of September

Cannibalism and confusion in live-action 'Attack on Titan'

Daily Yomiuri

A final brush with calligraphy

Animax to air special program on 'Dokaben'

Chibi Maruko-chan: 25 years of happy TV hijinks

The Origin' Episode 2 to start two-week theatrical run on Oct. 31st

New 'Yokai Watch' anime starts with new characters

A cloned legend is Baki's latest challenge

Scaling walls: Anime and voice acting

Manga, anime invigorate transportation

Ugly guys don’t always finish last

'Charlotte' puts powerful spin on teenage life

Daijiro Morohoshi's manga enjoys a quiet boom

Bokudake ga Inai Machi (The Town Where Only I Am Missing)

Ichigo Senso (Strawberry War)

Kobo-chan statue unveiled in Tokyo

Unearthing parent-child ties in a monster world

Gin no Saji (Silver Spoon)

Otakon: Driven by passion for otaku culture

Yoshitaka Amano’s fantastic, elegant drawings


Exhibition honoring 'Gundam' designer Okawara to be held from August

Hayao Miyazaki at work on computer graphics short

Giant 'Gundam' robots planned for Inagi promotion center

Traditional puppetry in Nose conjures up cute characters to attract young audiences

'Attack on Titan' mini-series to stream on dTV from August

Cinema legend Miyazaki joins protests against move to widen SDF role

'Naruto' exhibition headed for Osaka this weekend

Translator of Chinese 'Barefoot Gen' manga looking for publisher

Seibu Railway begins campaign to reintroduce 'Galaxy Express 999' train

Anima(tor) Exhibition gains worldwide attention with Screenings, Streaming Music

Record crowd attends Anime Expo in Los Angeles

Nippon Animation celebrates 40 years with Sinbad film

English version of 'Attack on Titan' tops 2.5 million copies in print

First 'Chibi Maruko-chan' movie in 23 years to open Dec. 23

Kabuki adaptation of 'One Piece' manga will feature flashy action, play to families

'Art of Gundam' exhibition now running in Tokyo's Roppongi

Hosoda's 'The Boy and the Beast' eyes 7 billion yen at box office

Monstrous manga titan looks down on commuters and visitors at Oita Station

'Ita-beya' anime, manga rooms a hit with overseas tourists

Asahi Shimbun promotes 'Attack on Titan' movie with scary insert

All 'Doraemon' comics go digital to celebrate 45th anniversary

Kawasaki museum screening war films, propaganda anime movie

Shinji Higuchi: Live-action 'Attack on Titan' faithful to Manga

'Fruits Basket' sequel to hit HanaLala website from Sept. 4

Tokyo International Film Festival to offer special 'Gundam' screening

Gundam robots on menu for anime fans at Fukushima roadside station

36th Doraemon movie set for release in spring 2016

Cartoon train cars promote Kyoto anime fair

'Doraemon' heads to 'prime time' morning slot for kids on British

'Evangelion' train to run on Sanyo Shinkansen Line this fall

Lionsgate secures rights to make live-action 'Naruto' film

'Chibi Maruko-chan' train attracts anime fans in Shizuoka

'Mobile Suit Gundam' to be showcased at Tokyo International Film Festival

Anime film starring Yokohama's Hikawa-Maru liner to cast off on Aug. 22

Monstrous humanoid floats down to Oita, adds manga muscle to tourist drive

'Miss Hokusai' scoops up 3 awards at Montreal film festival

Phoenix Hall gets its own jewel-encrusted phoenix

Kodansha to expand U.S. English manga titles to 2,000 in 2 years

Doraemon train gets a new three-year lease of life

'Dragon Quest XI' goes offline for 3DS, PS4 by May 2017

Shaft to hold exhibition to celebrate 40 years ofimaginative storytelling

Japanese battleships morphed into cute schoolgirls to hit the big screen

New 'Dragon Ball Z' film among top 10 highest-grossing anime films in U.S.

Mario Bros. morph into deities to celebrate 400th anniversary of Rimpa painting school

Boy who lost his entire family to atomic bomb in Nagasaki featured in manga series

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