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New ‘Mushibugyo’ 3DS Game Adaptation Promo Revealed

With the anime series close to ending its broadcast run, it’s getting to be about time for some of the additional materials to come out, such as this new 3DS game due out on September 19th. The game is based on the anime and manga of the same name, which was created by Hiroshi Fukuda, and the anime has been streamed by Crunchyroll. The game adaptation, which has a brief commercial and a lengthier promo for it below, is being released by Namco Bandai Games for the Nintendo 3DS. Read More... //

Avex Sets Japanese ‘Mushibugyo’ Anime DVD/BD Releases

While most spring simulcast series already have their Japanese home video plans laid out, some of which were announced before the series even aired, there are a few that are still struggling to get the plans set. The latest one to get a formal announcement is that of  Mushibugyo , which Crunchyroll is simulcasting. The series is getting a nine volume release for its twenty-six episode run where each volume will have three episodes, though the first one will have two in order to make it all work. The series is set to start releasing on July 26th with the first volume of the Blu-ray running 5040yen while subsequent volumes will be 7140yen. For the DVD releases, it’ll be 3990yen and 6090yen for the same layout. Read More... //

Crunchyroll Adds ‘Mushibugyo’ For Spring 2013 Anime Lineup

Crunchyroll has added a new show to their spring lineup this weekend with the announcement of  Mushibugyo . The series comes from the manga of the same name by Hiroshi Fukuda and is being animated by studio Seven Arcs. The show is set to begin streaming on Crunchyroll on Monday, April 8th at 6am ET. The series will be available to viewers worldwide except for Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and The Philippines. Read More... //

New ‘Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo’ Anime Promo Released

As the spring season inches ever closer, more and more promos start to hit for what new series will be landing. One that’s been a fair bit under the radar since there hasn’t been too much released for it is the series  Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo . Coming from the Shonen Sunday line of titles, it comes from Hiroshi Fukuda, who had an initial three volume series that ran from 2009 to 2010 in Weekly Shonen Sunday Super befor eit moved to Weekly Shonen Sunday where it’s had seven volumes since starting in 2011. The new series is being directed by Takayuki Hamana with Seven Arcs working on the animation itself. Read More... //