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Winter 2014 ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Series Gets FUNimation Pickup

FUNimation continues to add licenses for series they simulcast but hadn’t made any further progress with until now as they’ve slotted  D-Frag!  for a home video release in the future. No dates were given but it’s expected to have a 2015 release based on timing. The show will benefit from the manga that Seven Seas Entertainment is releasing and the potential for a little cross pollination as well as cross marketing that can be done to benefit both companies. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/08/09/winter-2014-d-frag-anime-series-gets-funimation-pickup/

First ‘D-Frag!’ Manga Release Gets Three Week Delay

Citing quality issues with the initial print run of the book, Seven Seas Entertainment has announced a three week delay in the release of the first volume of  D-Frag!  from Tomoya Haruno. The first volume of the series was scheduled for release on July 15th, 2014 but has now been delayed for an August 5th, 2014 release. This will not impact the next few volumes, which are slated for September, December and March release dates. The series was one of the more noteworthy pickups this past year from the publisher as it was timed with the news of the anime adaptation, which has since been simulcast and licensed for home video release by FUNimation, which raises the awareness pretty well for the title over time. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/07/18/first-d-frag-manga-release-gets-three-week-delay/

New ‘D-Frag!’ Anime CD Release Gets Commercial Spot

The broadcast of  D-Frag!  continues to do well as the show rolls along and we get closer to the end of the season and now Media Factory is showing off the newest CD release for the show. Released today in Japan, “Kanki Furukonbo”  presents a few tracks from the show which includes the ending them as well. The song used for the promo is certainly a manly one and it sets the tone in a comic way that should make most folks laugh. Released on March 5, 2014, it retails for 1,200 yen with a product code of ZMCZ-9122 for those that want more of the single release of the anime ending theme performed by the 3 main characters. Includes 4 tracks and illustrated jacket. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/03/05/new-d-frag-anime-cd-release-gets-commercial-spot/

First ‘D-Frag!’ Japanese Anime DVD/BD Release Commercial Debuts

The first home video commercial for the Japanese release of  D-Frag!  has landed and it certainly fits in with the general nature of the series with it being a bit weird and a bit amusing. Coming from Kadokawa and Media Factory, the twelve episode series will be spread across six discs with two episodes each beginning on March 26th, 2014. The Blu-ray releases are priced at 7,350 yen each while the DVDs are listed at 6,300 yen each. No limited editions are announced for this title, though it’s certainly getting some things. The Blu-ray releases have listed with them an eighty page booklet called the Official Anthology Comic, a game production CD and a character song release. The on-disc extras listed include the clean opening and closing as well as the commercial collection. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/02/17/first-d-frag-japanese-anime-dvdbd-release-commercial-debuts/

FUNimation Adds Subtitled ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Opening/Closing

Fans of the new winter simulcast series  D-Frag!  can now share the opening and closing sequences of the series more easily as they’re available in subtitled form on YouTube from FUNimation. The opening song, “Stalemate!” is performed by IOSYS jk Girls while the ending song, “Minna no Namae wo Irete Kudasai” is done as a cast song as done by Roka Shibasaki (Kana Hanazawa), President Takao (Shizuka Ito), and Funabori-san (Aki Toyosaki). Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/01/21/funimation-adds-subtitled-d-frag-anime-openingclosing/

Second ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Episode Images Previewed

FUNimation is simulcasting  D-Frag!  here in North America, which you can find  here , and now ahead of the second episode we’ve got a few new images revealed that shows off the cast a bit more. The series is part of the push from Media Factory to get more of their works adapted into anime and they’re working with Brains Base for this one. Based on the manga by Tomoya Haruno that began in 2008 in Comic Alive, the series is being directed by Seiki Sugawara, who has worked largely as an episode director for a few different shows, based on the scripts by Makoto Uezu. Seven Seas Entertainment has the rights to the manga though no formal release date is yet set for it. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/01/10/second-d-frag-anime-episode-images-previewed/

Media Factory Sets ‘D-Frag!’ Japanese Anime DVD/BD Release Schedule

With the series kicking off this week in Japan, the release schedule for  D-Frag!  has been revealed with what Kadokawa & Media Factory have planned for it. The twelve episode series will be spread across six discs with two episodes each beginning on March 26th, 2014. The Blu-ray releases are priced at 7,350 yen each while the DVDs are listed at 6,300 yen each. No limited editions are announced for this title, though it’s certainly getting some things. The Blu-ray releases have listed with them an eighty page booklet called the Official Anthology Comic, a game production CD and a character song release. The on-disc extras listed include the clean opening and closing as well as the commercial collection. Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/01/09/media-factory-sets-d-frag-japanese-anime-dvdbd-release-schedule/

FUNimation Offers Subtitled ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Promo

FUNimation picked up the simulcast rights recently for  D-Frag!  and they’re looking to grab some eyeballs on it by subtitling one of the longer promos for the series. Clocking in at just under two minutes, it has a good look at the new series that they’re simulcasting on Mondays at 3:05pm ET on their service. The series is part of the push from Media Factory to get more of their works adapted into anime and they’re working with Brains Base for this one. Based on the manga by Tomoya Haruno that began in 2008 in Comic Alive, the series is being directed by Seiki Sugawara, who has worked laregely as an episode director for a few different shows, based on the scripts by Makoto Uezu. Uezeu has a lengthy series of credits behind him including  School Days , the initial episodes for  Space Brothers  and  Devil Survivor 2 . Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/01/07/funimation-offers-subtitled-d-frag-anime-promo/

FUNimation Acquires ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Simulcast Rights

FUNimation made a new simulcast announcement last night that will definitely please a lot of fans as they’ve announced that they’ll be simulcasting  D-Frag! . The series is set to debut in Japan on January 6th and FUNimation will be announcing when it will debut on their service soon. The series is part of the push from Media Factory to get more of their works adapted into anime and they’re working with Brains Base for this one. Based on the manga by Tomoya Haruno that began in 2008 in Comic Alive, the series is being directed by Seiki Sugawara, who has worked laregely as an episode director for a few different shows, based on the scripts by Makoto Uezu. Uezeu has a lengthy series of credits behind him including  School Days , the initial episodes for  Space Brothers  and  Devil Survivor 2 .   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/01/04/funimation-acquires-d-frag-anime-simulcast-rights/

First ‘D-Frag!’ Anime Commercial Goes Live

While Media Factory has been doing most of the heavy lifting for promoting the winter 2014 series  D-Frag! , now TV Tokyo is getting in on it ahead of the January 6th debut. The latest to arrive is a new thirty second TV spot that gives us a sample of the ending song for the series that’s done by three of the characters. The series is part of the push from Media Factory to get more of their works adapted into anime and they’re working with Brains Base for this one. Based on the manga by Tomoya Haruno that began in 2008 in Comic Alive, the series is being directed by Seiki Sugawara, who has worked laregely as an episode director for a few different shows, based on the scripts by Makoto Uezu. Uezeu has a lengthy series of credits behind him including  School Days , the initial episodes for  Space Brothers  and  Devil Survivor 2 . Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2013/12/23/first-d-frag-anime-commercial-goes-live/