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News Nikkei Entertainment: 3rd Madoka Magica Film to Open in Fall
posted on 2013-03-04 19:20 AEDT
The April issue of Nikkei Entertainment! magazine reported on Monday that Gekijō-ban Mahō Shōjo Madoka Magica Shinpen: Hangyaku no Monogatari (Puella Magi Madoka Magica New Feature: Rebellion), the third Puella Magi Madoka Magica film, will open in Japan this fall.
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Eri Maruyama, International Business Development for Daisuki.net, stops by to tell us about the new streaming site. But first, Justin and Zac talk summer movies and take your twitter questions! 2013-05-18
This week on Hey, Answerman! Brian defends Attack on Titan from its Attack on Broadcast Deadlines! Then: a special guest talks about Digimon on DVD, and we discuss the existence of media criticism in Japan! Fun times abound! 2013-05-18
This week brings up the lesser-
If this film causes more permanent damage than most Pokémon outings, that's wholly the fault of its main character, Keldeo.
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When the set ends, it's on a note of combined hope and sadness that drives us onto the next volume as surely as the mounting disasters of last volume drove us to this one.
You may not get anything substantial from this brief OVA, but it's a lot of fun to watch regardless.
Though it doesn't provide any stunning new revelations or radically affect the show itself, the director's cut of Evangelion presented in Resurrection does provide a refined view of this modern classic more in line with what director Anno originally had in mind.