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The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi Attacks American Shores on Three Fronts

Posted on: April 15, 2010

Not shown: disappointed fans.

Because there hasn't been a sad girl in snow on the front page in a while.

Bandai emerged from its winter hibernation today and dropped some big news: not only do they have the license for the well-received The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya movie, but they’ll be testing the waters with small theater releases starting in May. Viz’s New People theater here in San Francisco will screen the film adaptation of the fourth Haruhi novel on May 21st, and Bandai says that the movie will have a small run in Hawaiian theaters starting in June.

I’ve been itching to see this movie for a year, so this is great news for me, and about a hundred other San Francisco anime fans. Who’s going to be there with me watching the Haruhi universe turn upside-down on May 21st?

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2 Responses to "The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi Attacks American Shores on Three Fronts"

I love being able to see anime on the big screen… but I dont live in California. Is there a list out of the theaters that are participating?
Hopefully something in New England, maybe?

No such announcement yet – they tried doing that with the Eureka Seven movie, but apparently, it didn’t do all that well…

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