Introducing the new, recommended anime works to be released in 2023! ANIME NOW 2023

TV anime Rurouni Kenshin

This new TV anime series is now scheduled to be broadcast on Fuji TV’s noitaminA anime program and elsewhere in 2023. Rurouni Kenshin was first serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1994, and Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story – Hokkaido Arc, is currently serialized in the monthly magazine Jump SQ. The story centers around the legendary swordsman Himura Kenshin, who, by the end of the Tokugawa shogunate, was infamous as “Hitokiri Battosai” or the “Sword Wielding Killer.” However, he makes a “vow not to kill” and along with his companions starts to help others using his “reverse blade sword” that cannot kill people.
Fan expectations are high for this anime work which retells the original story from the first chapter but with a new production team and cast, all created with the latest anime technology.

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The trailer for a new TV anime series is causing a buzz for its exciting groundbreaking teaser showing the characters first “all naked” and then clothed in workman’s pantaloons and helmets in the super high impact ad.
Mamoru Miyano, Toshiyuki Morikawa, Tomokazu Sugita, Yuichi Nakamura, Kaori Nazuka, Hiro Shimono, Shin-Ichiro Miki, and Koki Uchiyama make up the cast of eight talented voice actors. Coming to your living room in April 2023.


Movie The Rose of Versailles

Lives and loves in the time of the French Revolution spring to life in Riyoko Ikeda’s manga the Rose of Versailles. The wildly acclaimed work became a social sensation across media from TV anime to the stage of the Takarazuka Revue, and still has fans all over the world.
Fifty years after the serialization debuted in 1972, an entirely new anime is hitting theaters. The beautiful belle Oscar dressed as a man and Queen Marie Antoinette return to life on the big screen.


Movie The Imaginary

Six years after their smash hit in over 150 countries worldwide, Mary and the Witch’s Flower, Studio Ponoc is releasing a moving work of fantasy, based on the children’s novel by A.F. Harrold, The Imaginary, winner of the British Literary Society Award.
The director, Yoshiyuki Momose, brings his experience from many Studio Ghibli works, including Spirited Away and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya. Set in a world where people’s imaginations are eaten up, the film depicts an “invisible battle” where the future and destiny of loved ones are at stake. Set for release winter 2023.

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