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Madman Entertainment Acquires “Love Live! School Idol Project”

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Another fantastic announcement from Madman Entertainment today is that they’ve just acquired both the streaming and home video licenses for the high-popular, school drama series “Love Live! School Idol Project”. The series will soon be made available through Madman Entertainment’s online Anime streaming service AnimeLab and it will also be receiving a home video release sometime in 2015.

No specific date has been detailed regarding both the stream and the physical release but Madman has said that a whole bunch of information regarding release dates will be revealed very soon. Stick around on the site for when that time comes around because we’ll definitely report on it when the time comes.

The traditional school Otonokizaka High is situated between the three towns of Akihabara, Kanda, and Jimbocho. This school is also in imminent danger of closing. Because of this crisis, the second year student Honoka Kosaka takes center stage with eight others to do something about it!
“To protect the school we love so much, we have to do all we can… We have to become school idols! By becoming idols and advertising how great our school is to the world, more students will want to apply!”  –Madman Entertainment

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4 comments on “Madman Entertainment Acquires “Love Live! School Idol Project”

  1. A lot of acting talent is squandered in Violet & Daisy, a sort of postmodern coming-of-age story about two teenage girls who kill people for a living, then play patty-cake as they plan their next hit.

  2. Of course, the violence is cringe-worthy and, at times, over the top. But view this as a modern comic book/fairy tale, and it’s easier to accept this saga of girls with guns and the life lessons they eventually confront.

  3. Violet and Daisy are just violent and crazy – which is, ultimately, the real problem. And why we should care about them remains the one mystery no one here can quite unravel.

  4. Though it can’t keep up that kind of energy throughout, especially as it’s set mostly in one room, it’s charming enough — and short enough — that there are no hard feelings.

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