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Madman Debuts ‘Coppelion’ Anime Simulcast Trailer

Coppelion  was one of the first shows picked up for simulcast overseas this season, ahead of the North American pickup of it s well, and Madman Entertainment has debuted a new two minute long trailer to announce its availability  here . The streaming rights that they have are good for Australia and New Zealand only as the series is set for simulcast every Thursday at 12:30am AEST, just 1 hour after the Japanese broadcast. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/10/11/madman-debuts-coppelion-anime-simulcast-trailer/

King Records Adds ‘Coppelion’ Anime Opening

More often than not for a lot of fans, nothing sells a show better than a beautifully animated opening sequence with the right song. Which is why I’m definitely enjoying the productions that will share the opening sequence at least around the broadcast date as it can get it a bit more mindshare. The latest to do that is King Records as they show off the opening for  Coppelion , which is getting a simulcast in North America through Viz Media. The series, based on the manga by Tomonori Inoue,  premieres today in Japan and is getting picked up in multiple regions around the world with the hopes that things have settled down psychologically for people to take in such a show after the tsunami and earthquake previously. The seinen series, the first one from Inoue, began back in 2008 and continues to be published in Kodansha’s young Magazine and has racked up some strong numbers. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/10/02/king-records-adds-coppelion-anime-opening/

Viz Media Adds ‘Coppelion’ For Fall 2013 Anime Lineup

Viz Media has made their simulcast announcement for the fall season today with a new trailer released that indicates they’ve picked up the rights to  Coppelion . The thirteen episode series is set to debut on both VizAnime.com and Hulu.com this Wednesday, October 2nd, the same day as in Japan. The series had its first pickup outside of Japan earlier in the week with Madman Entertainment acquiring it for their simulcast season and home video release. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/09/30/viz-media-adds-coppelion-for-fall-2013-anime-lineup/

Madman Entertainment Acquires ‘Coppelion’ Anime Simulcast, Home Video Rights

Madman Entertainment has made a new simulcast announcement for the fall season with  Coppelion , which will debut on October 3rd in the  Madman Screening Room  streaming service. The series is getting day and date streaming with Japan and Madman Entertainment has also picked up home video rights for the series, which will be released in 2014, along with further digital rights for it. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/09/25/madman-entertainment-acquires-coppelion-anime-simulcast-home-video-rights/

‘Coppelion’ Debuts New Anime Commercial

One of the more anticipated series of the fall season, of which there are several, a new commercial has landed for  Coppelion , which is set to debut on October 2nd from Studio GoHands. The series, based on the manga by Tomonori Inoue,  is scheduled for an October premiere in Japan and is getting picked up in multiple regions around the world with the hopes that things have settled down psychologically for people to take in such a show after the tsunami and earthquake previously. The seinen series, the first one from Inoue, began back in 2008 and continues to be published in Kodansha’s young Magazine and has racked up some strong numbers. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/09/25/coppelion-debuts-new-anime-commercial/

Starchild Sets Japanese ‘Coppelion’ Anime DVD/BD Release Schedule

The release schedule for the fall series  Coppelion  in Japan for home video has been revealed via Starchild and Amazon Japan as the series is getting its six volume rollout. The show will get its first volume on November 27th and new volumes will appear monthly through April 2014. The information at the moment shows us only regular editions being produced and no details on what extras will be involved, either first press or on-disc. The Blu-ray releases are priced at 6300 yen each with the last one being 7875 while the DVD releases are all 5250 yen each. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/09/12/starchild-sets-japanese-coppelion-anime-dvdbd-release-schedule/

Second ‘Coppelion’ Anime Promo Showcases Action Side

We’ve gotten a bit of information over the summer about the upcoming series  Coppelion  and now a second promo has been released that clocks in at about two minutes. It features a lot of action but also some good mood setting elements while still making sure the whole schoolgirl uniform aspect is very much present. The series, based on the manga by Tomonori Inoue,  is scheduled for an October premiere in Japan with the hopes that things have settled down psychologically for people to take in such a show. The seinen series, the first one from Inoue, began back in 2008 and continues to be published in Kodansha’s young Magazine and has racked up some strong numbers. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/09/06/second-coppelion-anime-promo-showcases-action-side/

New ‘Coppelion’ Anime Promo Debuts

Originally planned for an adaptation in 2010, but scuttled down to an actual disaster that occurred, Tomonori Inou’s seventeen volume manga series  Coppelion  finally got the go ahead for production and now we’ve got a new promotional video for the series. The series is scheduled for an October premiere in Japan with the hopes that things have settled down psychologically for people to take in such a show. The seinen series, the first one from Inoue, began back in 2008 and continues to be published in Kodansha’s young Magazine and has racked up some strong numbers. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/08/10/new-coppelion-anime-promo-debuts/

First Key Visual For ‘Coppelion’ Anime Series Debuts

While more details are definitely expected this weekend when the first episode is previewed at Anime Expo, a new visual has been released for the anime adaptation of Tomonori Inoue’s series  Coppelion . The post-nuclear disaster series was originally scheduled for 2011 but was scuttled and is now resurfacing for a fall broadcast. No studio or creative staff has been detailed, but looking at the visual provided definitely makes it seem like GoHands is going to be involved with the anime production. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/07/04/first-key-visual-for-coppelion-anime-series-debuts/

Post-Disaster Manga ‘Coppelion’ Finally Getting Anime Adaptation

Originally planned for an adaptation in 2010, but scuttled down to an actual disaster that occurred, Tomonori Inou’s seventeen volume manga series  Coppelion  is finally getting the go ahead in anime form. The series is going to get its first episode prviewed this weekend at Anime Expo and Paris’ Japan Expo and the series is scheduled for an October premiere in Japan with the hopes that things have settled down psychologically for people to take in such a show. The seinen series, the first one from Inoue, began back in 2008 and continues to be published in Kodansha’s young Magazine and has racked up some strong numbers. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/07/03/post-disaster-manga-coppelion-finally-getting-anime-adaptation/