The “Yatterman” series is being remade in January 2008, after having ended its original run 30 years ago on Fuji TV. The show lasted from 1977-1979 and spawned 108 episodes before it was handed up to the syndication gods. The video above is a teaser — showing the silhouettes of Tonzler, Doronjo, and Boyacky — found on Yomiuri TV’s official webpage.
Results for October 8, 2007
Nanoha Takamachi (Nanoha StrikerS) def. Runa Edomae (Seto no Hanayome) 1746-1702
Rena Ryuguu (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni) def. Kagami Hiiragi (Lucky Star) 1901-1768
The official Pokemon movie website have just recently added the teaser to Movie 11 on their front page — which features Regigigas. The video was first shown in theaters during the 10th Movie presentation, (“Dialga VS Palkia VS Darkrai”). Kunihiko Yuyama, along with his staff, are once again on location visiting different areas of Europe — quite notably Denmark and Norway — for inspiration of the new film. Expected to be released in 2008.
Results for October 7, 2007
Results for October 6, 2007
There will be an anime series in the works for Makura Soft’s “H2O ～FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND～” adult bishoujo game — this according to Moonphase Diary and other various sources. A placeholder for the official site is up at the moment. The cast, as well as other additional information will be made public around the 20th of this month…
In effect this week is the banning of all wireless gaming devices, (such as the DS or PSP), on Japanese planes. This after a revised law enforcing an earlier ban — passengers were before asked to refrain from using any wireless hand-held consoles.
Apparently the country’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport concluded that the “electromagnetic waves emitted by the consoles have the ability to interfere with aircraft navigation systems and other devices.”
Still acceptable, however, are the use of gaming systems that don’t depend on wireless connectivity. Wireless computer mouses and headphones not provided by the airlines have also been banned. No word yet if American planes will implement similar rules.