2013 Spring anime Part 10: Anime Movie

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2013 Spring anime Part 10: Anime Movie

  • Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home (Film)
  • Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum (Film)
  • Shimajirou to Fufu no Daibouken ~Sukue! Nanairo no Hana~ (Film)
  • Precure All Stars New Stage 2: Kokoro no Tomodachi (Film)
  • Dragon Ball Z Movie 14: Battle of Gods (Film)
  • Eiga Hana Kappa Hana-sake! Pakkaan Chou no Kuni no Daibouken (Film)
  • Aura: Maryuuinkouga Saigo no Tatakai (Film)
  • Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199 Movie 5: Boukyou no Gingakan Kuukan (Film)
  • Detective Conan Movie 17: Private Eye in the Distant Sea (Film)
  • Crayon Shin-chan Movie 21: Bakauma! B-Kyuu Gourmet Survival Battle!! (Film)
  • Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu (Film)
  • Kick-Heart (Film)
  • Saint☆Onii-san (Film)
  • Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kaku ~Outbreak~ (Film)

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(March 09, 2013)

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A second Hanasaku Iroha anime adaptation is in the works at studio P.A. Works, once again, following their 2011 TV anime series that featured original character designs by Mel Kishida (So-Ra-No-Wo-To). The original story follows Ohana Matsumae, a 16-year-old girl born in Tokyo who ends up working at a hot-spring inn (onsen ryokan), and who has yet to decide her future.

(March 09, 2013)

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The 2013 anime film entry in the Doraemon franchise, titled Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum, is created by Shinei Animation as usual. In the movie, a mysterious entity steals the bell that Doraemon, the robot cat from the future, wears around his neck. Doraemon, his hapless owner Nobita, and their friends track down the thief and arrive at a magnificent secret gadget museum.

(March 15, 2013)

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(March 16, 2013)

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The Japanese network TV Asahi aired a commercial for Toei Animation’s Precure All Stars New Stage 2: Kokoro no Tomodachi film on Sunday. It is the fifth film to unite all the main characters from the Precure magical girl franchise. The story begins when all the magical girls receive an invitation to the fairies’ school for a Precure party.

The film will open on March 16, 2013. Advance tickets will go on sale on January 12, and each will come with one of two “Sparkling Double Heart Bag” gifts featuring all the characters.

(March 30, 2013)

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The 2013 anime film Dragon Ball Z is created by studio Toei Animation, based on Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball manga. The movie’s story is set between chapters 517 and 518 of the original manga, during the “lost decade” after the end of the battle with Majin Buu. Kuririn, Piccolo, Vegeta and other familar characters will appear in the film.

(April 12, 2013)

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In the film, butterfly warriors suddenly appear in Yamabiko and snatch away Hana Kappa’s mother and others. Hana Kappa and his friends head out towards the mystery-filled land of butterflies. They overcome obstacles such as mountains and deserts and along the way, encounter a mysterious boy named Poru.

(April 13, 2013)

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In the film, butterfly warriors suddenly appear in Yamabiko and snatch away Hana Kappa’s mother and others. Hana Kappa and his friends head out towards the mystery-filled land of butterflies. They overcome obstacles such as mountains and deserts and along the way, encounter a mysterious boy named Poru.

(April 13, 2013)

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The anime films Space Battleship Yamato 2199 is a series of 7 compilations, summarizing the 2012-2013 TV anime series that was created by stuios Xebec and AIC, as a remake of the classic space opera anime franchise, which began in 1974 with Space Battleship Yamato. In the original story, the titular spaceship Yamato is built from the remains of the World War II battleship of the same name to protect Earth from extraterrestrial threats.

(April 20, 2013)

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(April 20, 2013)

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In the story, B-grade cuisine is in danger of being wiped out without a special sauce, and it is up to the mischievous kindergartener Shin-chan to ferry the sauce to safety.

(April 20, 2013)

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A film adaptation of Steins;Gate was announced at the end of the 2011 TV anime series that was created by studio White Fox, based on the non-ero visual novel Steins;Gate, originally developed by the Japanese studios 5pb. and Nitroplus and released in 2009, as a “hypothetical science adventure” game. The story takes place in Tokyo’s Akihabara district, one year after the events of Chaos;Head – the game’s prequel of sorts from 2008, which has also received an anime version.

(April 2013)

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The anime film short Kick-Heart is created by Production I.G, as a Kickstarter-funded project. Kick-Heart is a love story between Romeo, a successful pro-wrestler, and Juliet, a nun who lives a secret double-life as a female pro-wrestler. Romeo’s secret is that he enjoys taking a beating in the ring, while Juliet feels invigorated when facing her opponents as a wrestler. When the two meet in the ring, the fireworks fly. Their story is set in the colorful backdrop of the professional wrestling world. Will Juliet reveal her true identity to the one she loves? Will Romeo be able to share his secret to the world?

(May 10, 2013)

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The anime film Saint Young Men is created by studio A-1 Pictures, based on Hikaru Nakamura’s comedy manga known in Japan as Saint Oniisan. In the story, Buddha, the spiritually awakened, and Jesus, son of God share a low-rent apartment in Tokyo, taking a secret vacation to the mortal plane.

(Spring 2013)

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“Higurashi Outbreak” is set in the same Hinamizawa village of the previous stories. The village has been completely sealed off due to a mysterious virus in 1983, and Keiichi Maebara and Rena Ryūgū deal with the outbreak.

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