Hen Zemi, Space Show, Beyblade Promo Videos Streamed
posted on by Egan Loo
The Japanese publisher Kodansha began streaming a one-minute promotional video for the original anime DVD adaptation of TAGRO's Abnormal Physiology Seminar (Hen Zemi) manga on Friday. (In the linked page, select the pink "PV公開" button on the upper left.) In the story, Nanako Matsutaka has been assigned to an Abnormal Physiology Seminar full of odd college students, even though she herself is an ordinary person with no abnormalities in particular. The DVD will ship in the limited edition of the fourth manga volume on July 23.
The official website of the Welcome to The Space Show anime film began streaming a full Japanese-language trailer on Saturday. (In the linked page, select the "予告編" icon in the bottom left.) The same website is still streaming the English-narrated and -subtitled promotional video for the film's screening at the Berlin International Film Festival, as well as a teaser trailer and an advance trailer. The film will open in Japan on June 26.
This science-fiction film by the R.O.D. Read or Die anime franchise's core team of director Koji Masunari, writer Hideyuki Kurata, and character designer Masashi Ishihama follows a group of children who experience a space-spanning adventure. The story will begin in the countryside during the summer vacation of fifth grader Natsuki Oyama. Natsuki just moved here in June, and she and four of her schoolmates are about to embark on an adventure together that will take them beyond the fields they call home.
The official English-language website for the Beyblade anime franchise has relaunched with a one-minute promotional video for the new Beyblade: Metal Fusion anime, the 45-second opening animation footage, and a 100-second promotional video for the spinning top game. Beyblade: Metal Fusion will premiere on Canada's YTV channel on May 15, followed by a June 26 premiere on America's Cartoon Network.
Thanks to Primus for the news tip.
Source: Moon Phase
Images © TAGRO, Kodansha/Hen Zemi
© A-1 Pictures/Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW Production Committee
© Takafumi Adachi, MFBB Project, TV Tokyo