A recent report from the Sanyo Newspaper in Japan has announced that Takanashi City is investing into a new 'Tenchi Muyo' anime series. However, this incarnation is not going to be like previous versions of the anime. Going under the tentative name of Ai Tenchi Muyo!, it is slated to be an episodic series of 5-minute shorts going for 50 episodes. Original creator Kajishima Misaki is confirmed to be working on the project.
The series is slated to start broadcasting October 2014.
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Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's manga-making Shonen Jump series Bakuman is set to get the live-action treatment. A movie is officially on the way, with a premiere planned for 2015.
The Bakuman movie will be directed by Hitoshi Ōne, who also adapted Mitsurou Kubo's Moteki manga, with Takeru Satoh (Kenshin in the Rurouni Kenshin films) as Moritaka Mashiro and Ryunosuke Kamiki (Sōjirō Seta in Kenshin) as Akito Takagi.
Viz Media pretty much blew the lid off Anime Central with the announcement that they licensed both the original Sailor Moonanime and the new Sailor Moon Crystal anime. The new series was previously announced to stream worldwide, with its online premiere set for July 5, and Viz will have more details to divulge on their own plans in the future.
As for the classic anime, Viz Media's release will be uncut—including the original Japanese names, stories, and relationships—in its original 4:3 aspect ratio. The license covers streaming, digital, and home video rights for all 200 episodes, tie-in specials, and three feature films.
There's also a new dub in the works, which will roll out later this year, but for now we have the English-subtitled version set to premiere Monday, May 20, on Neon Alley andHulu. The stream will start with the first four anime episodes, with two additional episodes to premiere each following Monday. Half-season DVD/Blu-ray combo sets will start releasing this fall.
More Sailor Moon info—including the announcement of the new dub cast—is set to drop during "Sailor Moon Day" at Anime Expo. The fun kicks off there on July 5, and includes Viz panels and an attempt to gather the most Sailor Moon cosplayers in one place.
The Shoryuken.com Worldwide Rankings have been released for a while for games such as Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition ver. 2012, as well as Killer Instinct and Skullgirls, but now the website has updated the Worldwide Rankings for another major fighting game...Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3!
The rankings are based on overall tournament results, assigning points to players based on placing, player skill, and overall consistency. The system itself serves as a guide for people to see where their favorite player currently stacks up against the competition. It is still a work in progress, and SRK is looking for constructive feedback to help improve the system. You can contact them via their official forums and their contact form.
You can view the complete worldwide rankings for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 here. You can also check out the rankings for Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition ver. 2012, Killer Instinct, and Skullgirls.
Original Source: Shoryuken