Breaking News In Anime-Nausicaa Available for Viewing On Google Videos For Free!!!!!


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Hello and greetings fellow otaku,

We have some interesting news for you that revolves around the world of the master Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki. Film Critic Roger Ebert has recently announced on his blog that Mr. Miyazaki’s first feature film for studio Ghibli Nausicca and the Valley of the Wind is now available for viewing on Google Videos in its entirety.

The film which was released back in 1984, was considered as the studios first full length feature film in which was adapted from Miyazaki’s original manga of the same name. The video is currently available on Google Videos along with Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle. You can view all three of these films by clicking on the links at the end of this post.

Porco Rosso

And in an unrelated story, rumor has it that Miyazaki-San is considering doing a sequel to Porco Rosso entitled “Porco Rosso: The Last Sortie”. It is currently unknown whether will be produced, but it is understood that if it were to go into production, it would not be released until after the next Studio Ghibli film comes out. As always stay with us for the latest developments on this breaking story.

And with that, this will wrap up another edition of breaking news in anime. So until next time, remember that there is a ton of great anime and manga out there, all you have to do is find it. Ltrs.

Studio Ghibli Films On Google Videos (Click on the images to see the videos!!!!!)

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Spirited Away

Howls Moving Castle

Howl’s Moving Castle

Nausicca

Nausicca and the Valley of Wind

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4 Responses to Breaking News In Anime-Nausicaa Available for Viewing On Google Videos For Free!!!!!

  1. Yi says:

    That’s awesome. I’m always in the mood for some nostalgia, and this makes things much simpler. Thanks for the links. ^ ^

  2. bluedrakon says:

    LOL – already own them and watch them over and over and over . . . but now I can check them out on the road!

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