“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable” and “Chain Chronicle” airs on Animax this May.

Anime cable channel ANIMAX revealed the titles of the anime that will be aired for the month of May.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable will premiere on May 26, from Wednesday to Friday at 10pm. It will have 2 back-to-back episodes, exclusive on Animax.

Chain Chronicle -The Light of Haecceitas will make a premiere on Animax this month starting May 30.  It will air 2 back-to-back episodes every Monday & Tuesday at 10pm

Magical girl anime Matoi: The Sacred Slayer will also be aired in Animax every Monday at 10PM (JKT/BKK) and Tuesday at 9PM (JKT/BKK) starting May 9.

Animax will also be airing “same-day” episodes (same day in Japan) of My Hero Academia and Alice & Zoroku. All new episodes of My Hero Academia will be aired every Saturday at 10pm while Alice & Zoroku will air every Sunday at 11pm.

Animax is available on SKYCable Channel 46, Cignal Channel 73, Dream Satellite TV Channel 07, and G Sat Channel 24.

Image source: Jojo Animation

“Kuroko No Basket” Movie gets advance screening on May 7

ODEX Private Limited has announced on Thursday that there will be special screening of the movie Kuroko No Basket (Kuroko’s Basketball) – The Last Game before the regular playdate on May 17th in the Philippines.

The special advance screening will happen on May 7th at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. The movie is set for 2PM screening at Cinema 11 and movie tickets cost Php 1,500 each.

Those who will purchase tickets for the movie will receive movie premium items from Japan such as an A2 Poster, Kuroko No Basket The Movie A4 Clear Folder and 3 sets of Japan import Key Chains.

Ticket sales for the fan screening is now open and available on via smcinema.com

NHK Announces the Results of the Top 100 Best Anime Series and Films Poll

In commemoration of the 100 years of anime history, ​Japanese public broadcasting company NHK conducted a public poll between January 8 to March 31, 2017 to determine the top 100 best anime series and films.

Among those who made the top 100 were Tiger & Bunny, Love Live! School Idol Project, Osomatsu-san, Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu and Bungou Stray Dogs. The classics like Sailor Moon, Cardcaptor Sakura, Akira, Macross: Do You Remember Love? and Gan to Gon also made it into the cut.

Did your favorite anime made it to the top? Check out the full list below:

  1. Tiger & Bunny (2011)
  2. Tiger & Bunny Movie: The Rising (2014)
  3. Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica (2011)
  4. Love Live! School Idol Project (2013)
  5. Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season (2014)
  6. Tiger & Bunny Movie: The Beginning (2012)
  7. Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch (2006)
  8. Cardcaptor Sakura (1998)
  9. Love Live! The School Idol Movie (2015)
  10. Osomatsu-san (2015)
  11. Gintama (2006)
  12. Joker Game (2016)
  13. Legend of the Galactic Heroes (1988)
  14. Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995)
  15. Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch R2 (2008)
  16. Is the Order a Rabbit? (2014)
  17. Mobile Suit Gundam (1979)
  18. Digimon Adventure (1999)
  19. Psycho-Pass (2012)
  20. Sword Art Online (2012)
  21. Clannad: After Story (2008)
  22. Girls und Panzer (2012)
  23. Haikyuu!! (2014)
  24. Detective Conan (1996)
  25. Hyouka (2012)
  26. Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 3: Hangyaku no Monogatari (2013)
  27. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009)
  28. Attack on Titan (2013)
  29. Space Battleship Yamato (1974)
  30. Revolutionary Girl Utena (1997)
  31. Bungou Stray Dogs (2016)
  32. Prince of Tennis (2001)
  33. Love Live! Sunshine!! (2016)
  34. Cowboy Bebop (1998)
  35. Steins;Gate (2011)
  36. Natsume Yuujinchou (2008)
  37. Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (2014)
  38. Hoshi no Ko Poron (1974)
  39. Future Boy Conan (1978)
  40. Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (2002)
  41. K-On! (2008)
  42. Haruhi Suzumiya (2006)
  43. Gurren Lagann(2007)
  44. Lupin III: Cagliostro no Shiro (1979)
  45. Bakemonogatari (2009)
  46. Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002)
  47. Sound! Euphonium (2015)
  48. Free! (2013)
  49. Girls und Punzer der Film (2015)
  50. Fate/Zero (2011)
  51. Your Lie in April (2014)
  52. Shirobako (2014)
  53. Pokemon Diamond & Pearl: Giratina to Sora no Hanataba Sheimi (2008)
  54. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984)
  55. Gintama’ (2011)
  56. Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 1000% (2011)
  57. Kimi no Na wa (Your Name) (2016)
  58. K-On!! (2010)
  59. Castle in the Sky (1986)
  60. Sailor Moon (1992)
  61. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu (2016)
  62. Free!: Eternal Summer (2014)
  63. High☆Speed!: Free! Starting Days (2015)
  64. Katekyo Hitman Reborn! (2006)
  65. Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho (1992)
  66. The iDOLM@STER (2011)
  67. Haikyuu!! Second Season (2015)
  68. Is the Order a Rabbit?? (2015)
  69. Mob Psycho 100 (2016)
  70. Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (2015)
  71. Fullmetal Alchemist (2003)
  72. One Piece (1999)
  73. Macross F (2008)
  74. Shounen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 49 (2014)
  75. Saraba Uchuu Senkan Yamato: Ai no Senshi-tachi (1978)
  76. Cardcaptor Sakura (2nd Season) (1999)
  77. Angel Beats! (2010)
  78. Mushishi (2005)
  79. Urusei Yatsura (1981)
  80. Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu (2016)
  81. K (2011)
  82. Kuroko’s Basketball (2012)
  83. Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (2011)
  84. Hunter x Hunter (1999)
  85. Pokemon (1997)
  86. Armored Trooper Votoms (1983)
  87. The Twelve Kingdoms (2002)
  88. Kekkai Sensen (2015)
  89. Hetalia: The Beautiful World (2013)
  90. Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (1990)
  91. Mononoke (2007)
  92. Kill la Kill (2013)
  93. InuYasha (2000)
  94. Urusei Yatsura Movie 2: Beautiful Dreamer (1984)
  95. Denno Coil (2007)
  96. JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Stardust Crusaders (2014)
  97. Akira (1988)
  98. Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984)
  99. Gan to Gon (1974)
  100. The Tatami Galaxy (2009)

Only the titles that premiered/screened up to September 2016 were entered in the poll. The poll also included the succeeding seasons of the anime series. To see the full results as well as the titles after 100, visit the NHK website.

FAQs for “Koe No Katachi” Philippine screening

Pioneer Films has posted a list of  “Frequent Asked Questions” regarding the local release of Koe No Katachi (A Silent Voice) in cinemas. Check it out after the jump.

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  1. When is ‘Koe no Katachi’ showing in Philippine cinemas?
    A Silent Voice will be released NATIONWIDE starting May 10, 2017 (Wednesday)
  2. How long will the movie show in cinemas?
    It GREATLY depends on the performance of the movie in cinemas. If it does well in the Philippine box office, it may last for about a week or more, if it does poorly, it may be immediately removed by cinemas the following day
  3. Where can we see the list of cinemas showing the movie?
    There is still no list as of the moment but we will be posting one a day before the movie will be released – May 9 at 9PM.
    (ANIMEPH is also releasing the list.)
  4. How can I increase the possibility of the movie to show in the cinemas I go to?
    We recommend that you contact your local cinemas to request for the movie.

If you have more questions, you can send them a message through this link.


“91 Days” and “Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu” to air on HERO TV this May

Local anime channel HERO TV recently released a promotional video announcing their anime line-up for the month of May.

The action anime series, 91 Days, will be aired on the channel starting May 25. Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu, the light-novel-turned-anime romcom seriesis also set to air in the channel starting May 26.

As a special treat, Hero TV will also be screening Samurai X  – 2nd OVA on May 14 and 28 via HERO Theatrixx.


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HERO TV is available on SKYcable and Destiny Digital Channel 44.