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Eureka Seven feature film to be screened on September 24

Still working on the next episode.  We’ve had a bit of a heat wave lately, which has made recording impossible (unless you happen to like the sound of a loud air conditioner droning on in the background while I’m talking…)  Fortunately it’s cooled down this weekend, plus we have a holiday on Monday (so no work, yay!) so I should be able to get something out soon.  In the meantime, if you’re a Eureka Seven fan, you might want to pay attention to this little tidbit of news I picked up off the wire!

Bandai and NCM Fathom announced that, on September 24 at 7:30pm, they will be screening the new Eureka Seven movie, “Eureka Seven – Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers,” in various locations across the States.  Tickets are currently on sale at Fathom Events’ website as well as the ticket offices of the theatres showing the film.  A list of theatres participating in this event is available on Fathom Events’ website.

Not only will you get to see the film at this screening, but they also promise a special “behind the scenes” peek at how the film was made, as well as never-before-seen interviews with some of the English voice cast and crew.

Not too familiar with the Eureka Seven storyline, or did you fall behind in the series and need to catch up quickly?  No worries – Crunchyroll has all 50 episodes available for streaming – in both sub AND dub versions!  Now that’s what I call service!  (No, not that kind of service…)

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