At New York Comic Con, Marvel Animation Studios premiered trailers for its direct-to-DVD movies Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United and Iron Man: Rise of Technovore.
Blade, the final chapter in Marvel’s series of original anime, will premiere Friday, Jan. 13 on G4. Lost alum Harold Perrineau stars as the voice of Eric Brooks in the Madhouse-produced adaptation.
Manga Entertainment has provided Spinoff Online with an exclusive clip from Redline, the sci-fi racing anime from Madhouse and director Takeshi Koike.
The Madhouse-produced Marvel anime series feature Heroes stars Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia as the voices of Tony Stark and Logan.
TV Guide has the first look at the English-dub trailer for Madhouse’s adaptation of the cult-hit series, featuring the voices of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.
G4TV’s Attack of the Show has premiered a scene from the Madhouse-produced Wolverine anime series, which debuts later this year on the cable channel.
Marvel has released screencaps, final character designs and a poster for the Madhouse Studios-produced X-Men anime, which premieres on April 1 in Japan and later this year in the United States.
Japanese television network Animax has unveiled Madhouse Studios’ character designs for the upcoming anime adaptation of Marvel’s X-Men. The series will air in the United States, along with Iron Man, Wolverine and Blade, later this year on G4.
Warner Bros. Japan has confirmed that actor Jared Padalecki will dub all 22 episodes of Supernatural: The Animation for its U.S. release. Jensen Ackles will only voice his character for the final two episodes. No date has been given for the English-language version of the Madhouse anime.
The first trailer has been released for Supernatural: The Animation, the Madhouse-produced adaptation of the live-action series. The 22-episode anime covers the first season of the cult-hit TV show, remaking some episodes while also introducing original stories. It will be released on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan beginning on Jan. 12.
Artwork has surfaced that appears to be character designs for Sam and Dean Winchester from the recently announced anime adaptation of Supernatural. The planned 22-episode series is set to debut on DVD in Japan in January.