Pictures from the North American premiere of the third Madoka Magica movie, as well as a Q&A with producer Atsuhiro Iwakami and Studio SHAFT president Mitsutoshi Kubota.
posted on 2006-01-12 16:33 EST
Two pieces of errata today. First off, we recently reported that Battle B'Daman was returning to Cartoon Network. Battle B'Daman had never previously aired on Cartoon Network before. In December we reported that Doraemon had been held by Mao Asada as her scores were read out at the world figure skating championship. The event was actually the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Finale, Asada won the event, but did not become world champion as stated in our article. ANN apologises for these errors.
Todd Ciolek and Dave Riley return for a Next-Gen Game Show! We talk PS4, XBox One, Super Mario World 3D and all that other stuff that came out in the last 6 months. PRESS START
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