After licensing the series last year, NIS America is here with release details for the complete premium edition of The Pilot's Love Song. The set will be available at select online retailers, including the NIS America Online Store, on September 22 for $51.99. More after the jump.
You may remember Yandere Simulator as that crazy little game where you step into the shoes of one particularly crazy yandere girl in a traditional Japanese high school who desperately wants Senpai to notice her. Hit the jump to see what's going on with the game now!
Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games announced their next project recently. This time it's an action-RPG that draws inspiration from games like Metroid and Valkyrie Profile, and while platforms have yet to be announced, a crowd-funding campaign will launch soon via Indiegogo. Hit the jump for more.
Beyond the Japanese combined fleeet of its title, the KanColle browser game has five German kamusu. It added two Italian ship daughters this spring. There's even a Russian of sorts. But, apart from implications concerning the abysmal enemies (such as the Zero obsessed Northern Princess), there aren't any ships from the Allies. So, fans have stepped in to design their own. Get a look after the jump.
While us Americans were celebrating the 4th of July over the weekend, Japanese Love Live fans were gearing up to be able to purchase awesome Love Live! School Idol Project fireworks at participating LAWSON convenience stores.
One Japanese fan's appreciation of Love Live! School Idol Project could last beyond the grave, or at least the stone tombstone carved with images of the members of μ's could. Hit the jump to check it out.
Anime studio Production I.G. announced this weekend during the Anime Expo panel that it would be producing a show for Fox's Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD) block. Hit the jump for more!
New details have surfaced about the upcoming Wakaba Nogi is a Hero manga via a teaser site published by ASCII Media Works. Hit the jump to learn more.
Highlights of Yen Press' Anime Expo announcements include plans to release much-requested light novel series My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong as I Expected (and the manga) and Ryohgo Narita's (Durarara!!) Baccano! in 2016. Check out the manga plans, Sword Art Online and Log Horizon spin-offs and more after the jump.
The latest update on the plans for Noragami ARAGOTO, fall 2015's second Bones adaptation of Toka Adachi's Noragami, specifically the Monthly Shonen Magazine series' popular Bishamon Edition arc, is the addition of Hisako Tojo (Freezing Vibration's Yuria Munberk)as Bishamonten's Shinki Aiha (who previously turned up in the second OVA) and Takanori Hoshino (Yu-Gi-Oh's Jack Atlas) as Kugaha.
Comcept and Studio 4ºC teased their Red Ash project prior to Anime Expo, and it ended up being a jumping point for two connected projects, each with their own individual Kickstarter campaigns. We posted about Studio 4ºC's anime side earlier, so now it's time to take a look at what Mega Man and Mighty No. 9's Keiji Inafune is cooking up for the game. Hit the jump for more.
MangaGamer had a slate of visual novel plans to announce at this weekend's Anime Expo that included a new partnership with St. Michael to bring A Kiss For The Petals -Remembering How We Met- to Steam, Umineko When They Cry, Himawari: The Sunflower featuring all-new artwork by Kuuchuu Yousai, artist of the Angel Djibril series and their first title with Alice Soft Beat Blades Haruka.
While plenty of fans were hyped for this weekend's debut of the new TV anime adaptation of Kazuhiro Fujita's 1990 – 1996 manga Ushio and Tora, few anime debuts have drummed up as much social media excitement among other manga authors. Hit the jump for more.