Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

The Otaku’s Study Australian Anime Release of the Year 2014 – Nominees

As another year draws to an end, it is time to list what have been my personal highlights out of every anime release made in Australia during 2014. Three of these titles will go on to win either a...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

There are many great video games on the market that deserve an anime adaptation, but ultimately many will never see a release on alternate platforms, with their storylines and characters left as nothing more than a (hopefully) fond memory...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate to Celebrating Melbourne Premiere This Friday

While it may not be as special as the Australian / English Language Premiere held during this years Gold Coast Film Festival, Madman Entertainment have confirmed they will be holding a screening of Bayonetta: Bloody Fate during PAX Australia...

Funimation Provides New Look at Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

Unfortunately I cannot say much on this video as it is region locked to North America, however Funimation Entertainment have released a new trailer for their upcoming film release of Bayonetta: Bloody Fate. The cutting-edge studio behind Afro Samurai brings to life...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate – English Voice Cast Announced

It should come as no surprise for those familiar with North American anime publishers, but Funimation Entertainment are commissioning a new English dub for the feature film Bayonetta: Bloody Fate, an alternate retelling of the video game Bayonetta on the PlayStation 3,...

Funimation Acquire Rights to Bayonetta: Bloody Fate – Confirm English Dub

Trailing behind Madman Entertainment who licensed the film for Australia more than six months ago and have already screened it, North American anime publisher Funimation Entertainment have today confirmed their acquisition of Bayonetta: Bloody Fate. Based on the events of the...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

There are many great video games on the market that deserve an anime adaptation, but ultimately many will never see a release on alternate platforms, with their storylines and characters left as nothing more than a (hopefully) fond memory...

Supanova Gold Coast 2014 – Madman Entertainment Panel Recap

I love the idea of an early morning anime panel at Supanova, especially on the Gold Coast where the queues to enter the main venue can easily move out the door into the sun, and it more often than...

Reminder: Gold Coast Film Festival 2014 to Bring Multiple Australian Anime Premieres and a Ghibli Classic

Last year the Gold Coast Film Festival had an almost unprecedented opportunity by having Japanese director Makoto Shinkai attend and première his latest feature film The Garden of Words a month before Japan. While there may be no world premières during...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate to Have Australian Premiere at Gold Coast Film Festival 2014

Last year saw Australian anime publisher Madman Entertainment acquire the rights to animated feature film Bayonetta: Bloody Fate, based on Platinum Games' 2010 action game Bayonetta. The question was... when would the Australian premiere of the film be? With the...

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