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lupincentral:

First images of The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen surface, show a very different Lupin!

This is Lupin. Jigen, can you hear me?

Loud and clear.

What’s the situation, Lupin?

Looks like the elevator in the back is the only way up.

Just as I expected.

You’ll have to take the elevator to the surface.

But make sure nobody sees you.

The new Takeshi Koike directed Lupin spin-off film will be screen for a limited period between June 21st to 27th in Tokyo and Shinjuku Wald 9.

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lupincentral:

lupincentral:

Feature length film The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen coming this summer!
It’s time to get hyped! A brand new Lupin theatrical film will be airing in Japan this summer.
The movie will coincide with the upcoming live action theatrical release and will star fan favourite character Jigen Daisuke as the central role.
Jigen will be once again voiced by the legendary Kiyoshi Kobayashi. Kobayashi, who recently celebrated his 81st birthday, has been voicing the character for over forty years! It is being speculated that this is to be his send off, just as The Last Job was to the late and great Goro Naya back in 2010.
Notice anything familiar with the artwork above? The art style is the same as that of the 2012 animated series, Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine.
Takeshi Koike, character designer for the spin-off series mentioned above, will be directing the film. Koike has worked on many feature films, our favourite being the fantastic 2009 released Redline.
The initial tweet by the films official Twitter account suggests that what we will see here is a direct continuation from
The Woman Called Fujiko Mine. Only this time, it stars our favourite magnum wielding hat wearing no crap taking hero as the main attraction!
An official teaser site for the film has gone live along with a Twitter account, which is featured on the page. Check out the URL below to see it for yourself!
What do you guys think? Does a movie featuring the lounge king himself tickle your fancy? Are you pleased to see Koike return, not only as a character designer but as a director too? Let us know!
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EDIT -
Whoops! It appears The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen may not be coming to TV just yet, as it is a cinema release and NOT a TV special.
The film will be releasing in select Japanese cinemas, starting with Tokyo’s Shinjuku Wald 9 theatre in early summer.
We apologise if our original post was misleading!


For those who missed the announcement…!

lupincentral:

lupincentral:

Feature length film The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen coming this summer!

It’s time to get hyped! A brand new Lupin theatrical film will be airing in Japan this summer.

The movie will coincide with the upcoming live action theatrical release and will star fan favourite character Jigen Daisuke as the central role.

Jigen will be once again voiced by the legendary Kiyoshi Kobayashi. Kobayashi, who recently celebrated his 81st birthday, has been voicing the character for over forty years! It is being speculated that this is to be his send off, just as The Last Job was to the late and great Goro Naya back in 2010.

Notice anything familiar with the artwork above? The art style is the same as that of the 2012 animated series, Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine.

Takeshi Koike, character designer for the spin-off series mentioned above, will be directing the film. Koike has worked on many feature films, our favourite being the fantastic 2009 released Redline.

The initial tweet by the films official Twitter account suggests that what we will see here is a direct continuation from
The Woman Called Fujiko Mine. Only this time, it stars our favourite magnum wielding hat wearing no crap taking hero as the main attraction!

An official teaser site for the film has gone live along with a Twitter account, which is featured on the page. Check out the URL below to see it for yourself!

What do you guys think? Does a movie featuring the lounge king himself tickle your fancy? Are you pleased to see Koike return, not only as a character designer but as a director too? Let us know!

[Source]

EDIT -

Whoops! It appears The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen may not be coming to TV just yet, as it is a cinema release and NOT a TV special.

The film will be releasing in select Japanese cinemas, starting with Tokyo’s Shinjuku Wald 9 theatre in early summer.

We apologise if our original post was misleading!

For those who missed the announcement…!

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