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Boogiepop and Others Anime Gets 2-Hour Special for 6th Novel’s Story

posted on 2019-01-21 01:00 EST by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Special adapts Boogiepop at Dawn novel; VS Imaginator, Boogiepop Overdrive stories also being adapted

This Week in Anime - Boogiepop and Others is a Spooky Mind-Bending Thriller

by Nicholas Dupree & Andy Pfeiffer, Jan 22nd 2019

Meet Your Mysterious Defender: Who Is Boogiepop?

January 24, 2019 2:13pm CST
Today, we investigate the dark-cloaked hero of Boogiepop and Others

Stalker | Boogiepop and Others

Instructions and Emotions | Boogiepop and Others

Rescue | Boogiepop and Others

Funimation Reveals English Dub Cast, Staff for Boogiepop and Others Winter Simuldub Anime

posted on 2019-01-28 13:00 EST by Crystalyn Hodgkins

Mission | Boogiepop and Others

Witness | Boogiepop and Others

Boogiepop and Others – Ending Theme – Whiteout

Madhouse Website Posts Boogiepop and Others Anime Materials

posted on 2019-02-24 14:45 EST by Kim Morrissy

Boogiepop and Others Adds 6 More Cast Members

posted on 2019-02-25 02:31 EST by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Minami Tsuda, Toru Ohkawa, Chinatsu Akasaki, more join cast

20 Years of Boogiepop

by Kim Morrissy, Mar 20th 2019

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Boogiepop Phantom Commentary with Crispin Freeman on Liam O’Brien

This is a few excerpts edited together from Nozomi Entertainment’s Boogiepop Phantom Commentary track.

This is from Boogiepop Phantom episode 4. Producer Jeff Thompson and Actor/ADR Script Writer Crispin Freeman discuss casting of newcomer Liam O’Brien to the role of Yoji.

Boogiepop Phantom DVD vs Bluray

Did you know there’s differences in the Boogiepop Phantom DVD vs the new Blu-ray? The original DVD used the broadcast version whereas the Blu-ray uses the home video version, which was altered (as many are). Some scenes were in B&W on the DVD vs color on the BD. There are even completely new scenes that weren’t available in the broadcast version.

This video shows some of the more subtle differences in the two versions, taking a small sample of Episode 4. In this scene, Yoji’s computer is shown differently depending on the version. In the broadcast, you are shown the whole computer sitting silently and the message board text is small within the frame of the screen. In the home video version, the text is shown to scroll as new messages are typed in to the message board and it pans across the text giving the viewer a cleared picture of what was typed. Additionally, the dating simulator game that Yoji is playing is shown within a gray bordered window for the broadcast version, whereas in the home video version, the game takes up the whole of the screen and is similarly presented more clearly.

Funimation Adds Boogiepop Phantom Anime to Catalog

posted on 2019-12-09 15:00 EST by Alex Mateo

Boogiepop Phantom HD Official Trailer

Crunchyroll Adds 2001 Boogiepop Phantom Anime To Catalog

December 02, 2020 10:30am CST
Available now to members in the US and Canada

This Week in Anime - Just Who is Boogiepop?

by Jean-Karlo Lemus & Monique Thomas, Jan 14th 2021