Welcome to this week’s Anime News Recap. It’s nothing but trailers this week, featuring some big announcements and a few teaser trailers for upcoming movies.
Teaser Trailer for The Last -Naruto the Movie-
Despite what the title may tell you, this is not going to be the end of Naruto. As the tenth Naruto movie, The Last is said to be the connection between this generation Naruto and the next. Although we don’t know exactly what that means, we can only hope that Naruto will continue to expand in a new adventure or maybe even feature a new generation of ninjas. The Last -Naruto the Movie- is scheduled for release in December 2014.
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate English Dub Trailer
Funimation has released a trailer for the upcoming dub of the Bayonetta: Bloody Fate anime. Fans will be delighted to know that the original voice for Bayonetta, Hellena Taylor, will be reprising her role for the English dub.
Newest Glimpses at Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods
Tired of hearing about the new Dragon Ball Z movie? I’m not! Every time a new trailer is released, I get more excited. This week, two new trailers were released, both featuring Beerus, the God of Destruction. The first shows him as he learns about Goku and the possibilities of his power.
Our second clip shows us a bit of what Beerus can do in terms of his ability, including taking out Piccolo with nothing more than a pair of chopsticks. But why is he so angry?
X Japan at Madison Square Garden
If you have to ask who X Japan is, do a Google search right now and listen to every song they’ve ever done. X Japan is one of the biggest things to come out of the Land of the Rising Sun, since Godzilla and anime. Regarded as one of the most successful Japanese rock bands of all time, they have announced that they are performing at the famous MSG, for one night only on October 11. As if that wasn’t big enough, they will also be at the New York Comic Con, with the lead singer Yoshiyuki appearing in a panel with Stan Lee to discuss their collaboration on a comic known as Blood Red Dragon. X Japan will also play at the next Otakon. To emphasize how amazing this is, here is a trailer which shows a small portion of how they rose to fame across the world.
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