"Kamogawa Energy" is a fictional energy drink which was appeared in the 2012 TV anime Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne. The real "Kamogawa Energy" drink was released in late May and has been selling extremely well. Hit the jump for the story.
Helmed by 21 Jump Street and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, with co-direction from Chris McKay (Robot Chicken), The LEGO Movie looks like, well, a LEGO movie. What did you expect? See some childhood classic LEGO figures, as well as Batman and Ninja Turtle party dude Michelangelo, in the trailer after the jump.
The next game from developer Ninja Theory takes the action to smaller screens in the form of free-to-play brawler Fightback. It's currently scheduled for release "soon" on iOS and Android devices, and you can see some of the gameplay in the teaser trailer after the jump.
As an advertising campaign for its latest model Peugeot 208 GTi in Japan, Peugeot Japan has posted a short graphic novel with sound drawn by acclaimed manga artist Hisashi Eguchi on its official site. Eguchi is best known for his manga works Susume!! Pirates and Stop!! Hibari-kun! for Weekly Shonen Jump. Hit the jump for more details.
Capcom is bringing us back to the days when the quarter was the mightiest weapon in all of video games with Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara, an HD-upgraded collection featuring both Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara! Are these fondly-remembered action-RPGs still up to snuff, or has nostalgia cast Confusion on us? Hit the jump for our full review!
Hollywood has long been trying to make a new adaptation of Logan's Run, William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson's dystopian story of a society in which all people must be willingly executed at age 21. The latest go sees Ken Levine, creator of the Bioshock video game franchise, brought on board to script the project. More after the jump.
Now that Capcom exhausted all of its character class rollout videos, it's finally time to launch the Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara beat 'em up collection. Check out the latest trailer after the jump.
Sometimes Dark Horse might deserve some of the grief it gets for the long wait between volumes of manga, and sometimes its working with a monthly series that doesn't exactly stick to its schedule. The latter is undoubtedly the case with Berserk. A mere 10 months after the release of volume 36, volume 37 will be arriving this November. More after the jump.
It’s a brand new, and rewarding game that you can join in on during your visit to Anime Expo 2013, that lets you meet and greet with some of your favorite cosplayers.
For those who like their waifus with a touch of the crazy, Japanese poll site Biglobe stepped up to the plate to find out which yandere girls were the hottest of the hot. Check out the ranking after the jump.
The Colossal Titan strikes again!! The giant terrorized Anime Contents Expo in Japan in the Spring, but the US version of the famous titan from Attack On Titan appeared at Animegacon in Las Vegas, then went off to the Las Vegas Strip! Watch this fan-made video with the Colossal Titan cosplayer with caution....it's lots of muscles and no skin.
Last week, Kodansha Comics published the first volume of zombie rom-com manga Sankarea. The think about the Japanese covers is that their bishoujo art focuses on latter part of that formula and not the former. So, the publisher has worked with author Mitsuru Hattori to colorize re-purposed interior pages and play up the manga's horror elements. Get a preview of their design for volume three after the jump.
This week AT-X featured an uncensored version of Oreimo featuring a bicycle, with the vehicle in question being a racy itachari (bike equivalent of an itasha) adorned with fictional anime character StardustWitch Meruru. Get a look after the jump.
Going along with all the media mash-ups, Attack on Titan has now inspired a bit of baking. The Japanese instructions on the how-to video aren't translated, but in addition to being fun to watch the culinary action, it features some great remixes of the opening theme, including a music box variant. Get a look after the jump.
Gagaga Bunko has updated the listing for the anime adaptation of Koroku Inumura's Toaru Hikūshi e no Koiuta, a light novel set in the same context/before The Princess and the Pilot. Toshimasa Suzuki (Lagrange, Dance in the Vampire Bund) is attached as director on the fall anime. More after the jump.