Credit: Pretty Cure Wikia page

It’s the start of the month again, and that means featuring upcoming anime movie releases! Here are the films anime lovers are eagerly waiting to open this March 2018:

Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple

Dead Apple is the film adaptation of Kafka Asagiri’s manga series which currently runs in Young Ace magazine. The manga tells the story of the members of the Armed Detective Agency who use their superpowers in vastly different ways, including solving mysteries, running a business, and completing missions for the Port Mafia. It has over 30 leading and supporting characters. A 24-episode anime series ran from April to December 2016.

The film adaptation revolves around the mysterious deaths of 5oo individuals with superpowers, with each location of death surrounded by an inexplicable mist. Upon the request of government worker Ango Sakaguchi, the members of the Armed Detective Agency set out to capture the suspect of this crime. It is directed by Takuya Igarashi and features the voices of Yūto Uemura, Mamoru Miyano, Kenshō Ono, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Hiroshi Kamiya, Toshiyuki Toyonaga, and Chiaki Omigawa. Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple opens in theatres in Japan on 2 March 2018. Watch the film’s trailer below:

Pretty Cure Super Stars!

Credit: Pretty Cure Wikia page
Credit: Pretty Cure Wikia page

Pretty Cure is one of the biggest magical girl anime series ever to be produced. It has 15 anime series with over 600 episodes directed by Junichiro Sato of Sailor Moon. The first series came out in 2004. The latest, “Hugtto! Precure” started its run last 4 February.

The series is about a group of magical teenage girls who, with the aid of magical items, transform into legendary warriors called called Pretty Cure or PreCures. The PreCures use their special powers to fight against evil forces and organizations that create monsters to terrorize people. They also recieve more magical items as well as allies to battle bigger enemies. The movie is directed by Yoko Ikeda and features the voices of Rie Hosaka, Rina Honnizumi, Yui Ogura, Konomi Tada, Junko Noda, and Karen Miyama. The film drops in theatres on 16 March 2018. You can watch the “Super Stars!” trailer on Youtube.

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