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Kuroko no Basket: Last Game Trailer Released [WATCH]

On the Kurosabe anime YouTube page came the very first preview of the upcoming addition in the Kuroko no Basket series, Kuroko no Basket: Final Game. This film is expected to air on March 18th, 2017. Prior to the basketball anime becoming incredibly popular amongst sports fans, it originally debuted in 2008 as a manga. The manga series ran until 2014, had 30 volumes in total, and is written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. The anime itself did not debut until 2012 and only just recently ended with a grand total of 75 episodes (3 seasons). The movie, Kuroko no Basket: Final Game is to be produced by studio Production IG (FLCL, Ghost in the Shell,...


VIZ Media Adds 7 New Manga

According to the panel held at the New York Comic Con with VIZ Media, they have announced the acquisition of 7 new manga that will be joining their ever-growing and expansive collection. The seven new series are: 7th Garden, Black Clover, Everyone’s Getting Married, Haikyu!!, Koroko’s Basketball, Monster Hunter, and Yona of the Dawn. VIZ Media describes 7th Garden as: In this series by Mitsu Izumi, Awyn Gardner will do anything to protect the beautiful mistress of the equally beautiful estate gardens he lovingly tends…even enslave himself to an also beautiful demon bent on world domination! The fight is on between angels and demons and humans for the world…and Awyn’s heart! Black Clover is described as: SHONEN JUMP‘s breakaway hit...


BentoByte Sunday Sounds: Volume 14

BentoByte is here for the fourteenth volume of Sunday Sounds. With the winter anime season coming to a close, I want to take a moment to point out some fantastic openings and endings from anime shown during the season. Take a look! Flyers BRADIO If you’ve been keeping up with the site, you’d know that we covered Death Parade, an anime produced by Madhouse. It was an interesting show and definitely one that kept us on our toes. However, without a doubt, the best part of the entire series was the opening song that gave absolutely no hint about the context of the show. Mind you, this is a good thing:...


Daisuki Begins Simulcasting Kuroko no Basuke Season 3

Yesterday , the streaming company Daisuki began streaming the 3rd season of the popular basketball anime Kuroko no Basuke. The show will be simulcasted for free every Sunday and will be subtitled in English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and German. Synopsis of Kuroko no Basuke season 3 courtesy of Daisuki: Even in the glorious history of the Teiko Junior High Basketball team, the “Generation of Miracles” was where five genius players said to be at a one-man-in-ten-years level all resided at the same time. Even after advancing to high school, they are still called by that nickname with the same amount of glory. Taiga Kagami, the ace player for Seirin High School, is developing...


Kuroko’s Basketball Manga Sequel to Launch in December

First Tokyo Ghoul, now Kuroko’s Basketball (Kuroke no Basuke). In this year’s fifth issue of Jump Next magazine, the writer of Kuroko’s Basketball, Tadatoshi Fujimaki, is launching a sequel to the series that will be launching in the December issue (December 29th). The series will be a sequel, set after the events of the first series’ finale in September. The magazine has a teaser, stating “On September 1, 2014, the curtains closed on their journey. But wait, the miracle is not over yet!”  The sequel will be featured on the magazine’s cover and will have a colored opening page. The first series followed Taiga Kagami and his basketball team attempt to win the...


Kuroko no Basuke Coming to an End

According to Crunchyroll, Tadatoshi Fujimaki will be ending his manga Kuroko no Basuke (Kuroko’s Basketball) on September 1st in this year’s 40th Weekly Shonen Jump, or in other words the next issue. The series follows Taiga Kagami and his basketball team attempt to win the inter-high school championship. The series was launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in October of 2008 and has done well, with more than twenty-seven million copies in circulation. An anime adaptation began airing its first season in April of 2012 to September 2012, a second season airing from October 2013 to March 2014 and a third season set to air in March of 2015. Crunchyroll has...