Fans of old and quality anime, take note, because Lupine III, the cult series that began in the seventies, will arrive in Cinépolis cinemas with an incredible series designed to celebrate its 50th anniversary in style.
In the sixties, exactly on August 10, 1967, the Japanese magazine Weekly Manga Action received a magnificent story about the thief Lupine III, written and illustrated by the famous manga artist Mokey Punch. Shortly thereafter, in 1971, the first part of this anime adaptation was released on television, directed by none other than the master Hayao Miyazaki, the creator of Studio Ghibli and all its wonderful stories. And obviously the success of this first season has led to five more installments and several films coming to Cinepolis very soon.
According to Cinépolis, Lupine III and his peculiar band of companions are returning to the big screen to celebrate their 50th anniversary alongside +QUE CINE, the company’s alternative content window. The pre-sale will be available from February 4, but this cycle of various films will officially premiere on February 9.
The films about Lupin III that you can watch on the screens of Cinépolis are as follows:
It should be noted that this Lupine III 50th Anniversary celebration will be available in over 60 sets of cities and states such as Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Toluca, Pachuca, Chihuahua, Torreon, Merida, Aguascalientes, Puebla, Queretaro. and more.