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Madman Entertainment Announce Three New Anime Titles as Supanova: Pop Culture Expo Sydney 2013


While Madman Entertainment announced the third title for Reel Anime 2013 (A Letter to Momo) yesterday, this was not the only anime acquisition announcements that the company brought the the third Supanova: Pop Culture Expo of the year held in Sydney, New South Wales. During their panel they also announced three additional licenses for release in the future. These titles are as follows:


Garden of Sinners

After spending two years in a coma caused by a traffic accident, Shiki Ryougi awakens with amnesia. Inexplicably, she finds, in turn, that she has also obtained “Mystic Eyes of Death Perception” in which she can see the invisible lines of mortality that hold every living and non-living thing together. Working for a small independent agency, Shiki attempts to unravel the baffling mystery behind a series of abnormal, horrifying incidents, but are they a foreshadowing that leads to something even more tragic and ominous? Things are not what they appear to be on the surface, but what dark revelations lie underneath? This is a modern occult-action thriller where Shiki must tackle supernatural incidents with her special abilities while searching for a reason to live.

Fortunately you will not have to wait too long to pick this up at retailers. The company have confirmed that The Garden of Sinners will be released in a limited edition PREMIUM DVD boxset from October 2013. This set will feature 8 DVD’s, a 36-page Deluxe booklet and a set of 14 postcards at the price of $149.95.


Vividred Operation

Akane Isshiki, an innocent 14-year-old girl, lives a poor, but happy, life with her level-headed little sister Momo, who takes care of all the household chores by herself, and their grandfather Kenjiro, who is a genius inventor but creates nothing but useless gizmos. On clear days, they can see the artificial island Blue Island out across the water. And rising from the center of it is the Manifestation Engine, the revolutionary invention that solved all the world’s energy problems. The peaceful future that everyone had dreamed of had arrived. Tranquil days where everyone could be happy. But then, the world is confronted by a new threat. The mysterious Alone, who have appeared out of nowhere to attack the Manifestation Engine.

No release plans have been confirmed as of this point in time.



Top student Akito is willing to do anything to become a hit writer in the Japanese comics industry, including manipulating his unsure classmate Mashiro into becoming his illustrator. Before long the pair have their backs up against the wall, fighting for a chance to get noticed in the intense world of manga publishing. But then, an unlikely series of events puts them face to face with what real comic artists have to give up: love, their health, and maybe even their futures. Get ready for a compelling race through the world of publishing, not limited to mere glimpses into the industry, but instead all-out panoramic views packed with insider details!

Release specifics are still vague, however Bakuman is set for release as a subtitled edition DVD collection later on this year.


More announcements are set to be unveiled in next weekends Supanova event held in Perth.

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