When Space Dandy was first revealed many people thought it was going to be a huge hit. With Shinichiro Watanbe behind the idea and Studio BONES handling the show, surely we were in for a treat right? Well, sort of is the best answer to that.
Anime Limited have already made a bit of a buzz this morning after putting a couple of top series on Netflix, but the news doesn’t end there. Anime Limited have just revealed how Q4 looks for them.
September looks set to be somewhat quiet, but they’re finally releasing Gurren Lagann in a number of different sets for the anime fans who have been keeping an eye out for that. In October Anime Limited have quite a packed month as they’ll be releasing HAL, Blood Lad, and Patema Inverted.
Moving on to the last couple of months of the year, Anime Limited will be releasing Wings of Honneamise and Space Dandy in November. In December they will be a releasing a currently unknown movie, which will also be treated to theatrical screens during October and November. There is a chance we’ll be seeing the first part of Kill la Kill in December as well.
More information about these releases can be found on the All The Anime website right here.
When Wakanim announced they were going to stream Shinichiro Watanabe’s Terror in Resonance I was excited to say the least. I’m a moderate fan of Cowboy Bebop and Space Dandy but I utterly adored Kids on the Slope and have gained confidence in Watanabe’s anime as he goes on. So, a series which brings together Watanabe at his finest and Cowboy Bebop and Kids on the Slope composer back together can only be a good thing, right? Right.
It’s hard to talk about anime this season without mentioning one of Studio BONES offerings, Space Dandy. With Shinichiro Watanbe behind it and BONES with their sights firmly set on giving the series a worldwide release as it airs, the show has certainly been a note of interest in the industry.