To promote its premiere next Sunday, three collaboration ads between the upcoming TV anime based on Hiromu Arakawa's manga adaptation of Yoshiki Tanaka's fantasy novel series The Heroic Legend of Arslan and Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan will be displayed in the JR Shinjuku station from Today. Hit the jump for more details.
The March 30th issue 18 of Shonen Jump is announcing that Naruto will be returning for its follow-up Gaiden manga story "The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month" in the Golden week April 27th double 22/23 issue. New preview pictures show Hokage Naruto along with his and Hinata's son Boruto and Sasuke and Sakura's daughter Sarada Uchiha. Get a look after the jump.
Netflix has begun streaming The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness a documentary that focuses on the acclaimed anime production company Studio Ghibli, and its directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata with the producer Toshio Suzuki. It was filmed during the time of the production of Miyazaki's The Wind Rises and Takahata's Princess Kaguya. More after the jump.
Aquaplus could have a new ace up its sleeve soon, and it seems like it could be Utawarerumono 2 thanks to a new promotion that has revealed a special image that’s revealed protagonist Hakuoro’s mask within.
Is your PlayStation 4 looking a little bare? Does it need a little something to dress it up? These special hard drive covers from Sony Japan should do the trick nicely, if you can happen to find them somewhere for sale. Hit the jump for more!
The Tekken 7 roster continues to expand, with three new characters added to the fold, including a couple favorites and one sprightly newcomer. Hit the jump for more!
The current main feature of Tamashii Nations AKIBA Showroom, Bandai's exhibition space for its various anime/game/tokusatsu character figures located in the JR Akihabara station's East-West Hall, are the successive Saint Seiya products from 1980s to the latest. Check their new exhibits after the jump.
Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon tr. is coming to PS Vita in Japan on May 28, and the official website recently shared a pair of new TV spots narrated by Ange (Nana Mizuki) and newcomer Naomi (Sayuri Hara). Listen to their brief back and forth over quick bursts of gameplay footage in the videos after the jump.
All good things must come to an end, and if I Love Meat! Zeushi-kun is anything to go by, that end probably involves tasty animal products. Hit the jump to catch the final web episode of the bizarre promotional anime sponsored by Japan Agriculture.
Perhaps even more prominently than in the original browser game, the KanColle anime featured Yuudachi speaking with a verbal tic. Namely, adding "poi" to her comments. Basically, it's a qualifier. For example, "don't tell me... I'm sinking-poi?" rendered into a valley girl-ish equivalent becomes "I'm sinking-like?" And, she did it constantly. So, of course, otaku had to chart the occurrences.
Junichi Suwabe, voice of Space Dandy, Fate/stay night's Archer, and Kurobas' Daiki Aomine turns 43 years old today. Among the birthday well wishers was Zettai Karen Children author Takashi Shiina, sending his regards to the voice of Andy Hinomiya from the anime adaptation of spin-off series The Unlimited - Hyōbu Kyōsuke. Get a look after the jump.
Ever wanted to play Super Mario 64 from within your browser? Now you can, thanks to the talents of incredibly talented Unity developer Roystan Ross. He's made the first level of the game available under the moniker of Super Mario 64 HD, and you need only head to your browser to feel a quick rush of nostalgia. Hit the jump for more!
Kadokawa has published a slick, 160 page guide book entitled PSYCHO-PASS Official Profiling 2 to suit the needs of Japanese fans hungry to know more about the second season of Psycho-Pass. Hit the jump to learn more.
As with the previous Ei Aoki x Gen Urobuchi project, Fate/zero, Aldnoah.Zero had some fun with the covers of its script books. Voice actress Mikako Komatsu, the series' Amifumi Inko, Tweeted a look at these, and as the series ends, it's a good time to review their irreverent take on the mecha anime. Get a look after the jump.
Sion Sono is known for his bizarre and often disturbing films, but how will he fare when he tries his hand at romantic-comedy? The upcoming film Love & Peace appears patently strange. Hit the jump to learn more.