Supanova Con: Madman’s New Acquisitions

Madman entertainmentThe Australian anime distributor Madman Entertainment has announced its new acquisitions during its participating in the Supanova 2012 Convention that happened just this last week. Movies: Gintama, Sengoku Basara and the Obvlivion Island are the new titles, added to the other new licenses from the previous announcement.

Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror

Tells the story of the young Haruka and her adventures in the world of lost items. She is a lonely child; her father is Oblivion Islandalways at work and she never managed to take his attention off his work. While her mother was alive, she’d always be happy and taken care of, but her mother’s now dead, stricken by a dreadful illness. The only item Haruka has from her late parent is a hand mirror. She had, however, somehow lost it but she wants it back. In order to find her lost item, she decides to pray in the local shrine. There she meets with a small creature which takes her to the world of lost items.

Gintama The Movie

Gintama MovieThis is yet another one of the Gintama franchise instalments. Here Gintoki tries to find the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of the famous katana named Benizakura. While this is happening, his colleagues and friends Shinpachi and Kagura are following a lead on another odd event – what has happened to Kotaro Katsura .

Sengoku Basara The Last Party

This is the last page in the Sengoku Basara story. It depicts the story after the fall of Hideyoshi and what Nobunaga Oda’s followers try to make in order to bring back his reign to the current age. Will the planned union of the forces and craved piece be realized by Tokugawa Iieyasu or will his plans fail because of some other, sinister force?

Source: Anime News Network

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