The official site for the upcoming film Gekijyoban Aikatsu!/Aikatsu! The Movie!, the first feature film based on Bandai's popular arcade collectible card game and TV anime series, has posted a 30-second teaser that the protagonist character Ichigo Hoshimiya reports to the fans, "The shooting is going well!" Check the clip after the jump.
The official site for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Hiroyuki's 4-panel comedy manga Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to, titled as The Comic Artist and the Assistants: The Animation in English, launched today on March 7. The site reveals the main voice cast including Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as the protagonist Yuuki Aito. Hit the jump for more information.
The special site for Shoji Gatoh's latest light novel series Amagi Brilliant Park opens today on March 7. Its anime information page announces Yasuhiro Takemoto (Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid, Hyouka, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya) will serve as the director for the upcoming TV anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation. More after the jump.
Cinema Today has posted the latest and longest 90-second trailer for the upcoming anime film Detective Conan: Ijigen no Sniper (The sniper from another dimension). The trailer for the 18th Conan film introduces the theme song "Love Searchlight" by Ko Shibasaki for the first time. Check the clip after the jump.
Following the CD jacket photos revealed last month, popular anime voice actress/singer Yui Horie's official YouTube channel has posted a 15-second TV CM and short version promotional video for her upcoming 17th single "The World's End," the 2nd OP theme for the on-going TV anime Golden Time. Check Hocchan's newest PV after the jump.
Looking past this season's Silver Spoon and Samurai Flamenco, spring's noitaminA anime programming will feature Kazuma Ōtorino and Akaringo's Ryūgajō Nanana no Maizōkin (Nanana's Buried Treasure) and Taiyo Matsumoto's Ping Pong. As with Ping Pong, a new ad for Nanana's ran today. Get a look after the jump.
Conditions on Japan's slopes weren't great last weekend. Visibility was poor. The terrain was a bit too slipper. Fortunately, this didn't stop @PIayStation777 from getting some new shots of snowboarding Gundam and Dom. Check them out after the jump.
This spring, alt-audience anime programming block Noitamina will be presenting a Tatsunoko produced adaptation of Taiyo Matsumoto's Ping Pong. A new promo introduces Yosei Bun as Kong Wenge aka "China." Get a look after the jump.
Last week Bandai Namco Games announced an April 25 date for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle in Europe and Australasia. Now they're back with details on its release in the Americas, where it will arrive digitally on the PlayStation Store, along with a limited retail release through Amazon and Club Namco, on April 29. Read on for more.
In IKEA Singapore's latest Bedroom Stories promo, we're introduced to Frank the Cosplayer: civil servant by day, cosplayer by night. Frank's passion for cosplay was taking over his bedroom, but IKEA has a proposed solution. Get a look after the jump.
Just because Shaq Fu is awful doesn't mean it isn't fondly remembered in some weird way, and that's precisely why it's getting a sequel 20 years later. Hit the jump for videos and more on its crowdfunding campaign.
The official site for sexy summer swimming anime Free! has announced that the re-broadcast of the first season will start in April on ABC and BS 11 in Japan. The news was announced yesterday in Japan and got many fans speculating on the second season airing in July. THIS July, to be more precise. More after the jump!
If you thought battling a 60 meter titan takes courage, imagine a confrontation with the massive 10 patty monster "Heart Attack on Titan" Burger, properly known as the 10 "meter class" cheeseburger from Lotteria's Attack on Titan promotion. Watch the struggle after the jump.
The latest in the Seiken Densetsu series officially made its debut in Japan today. Seiken Densetsu: Rise of Mana is a free-to-play RPG for iOS and Android devices. You can see how it plays thanks to a slew of feature-specific videos posted on Famitsu's website. Hit the jump to watch 'em all.
As reported last weekend, the PC version of Dark Souls II is coming on April 25, just a bit over a month after its PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 release next week. Namco Bandai is promoting the sequel in a new trailer, "Prologue Part 1," after the jump.