Whether it's Emilia, Rem, Ram or Beatrice, the light novel or the anime, the ladies of Re:Zero are generally depicted as remarkably pale. But, do they tan? A collaboration with the Shibuya Marui department store is putting that to the test. More after the jump.
What happened this time? The fourth Tsure x Dure Children PV shows another example of embarrassment and misunderstanding in the world of high school romance... but we're not quite sure what happened. Can you piece it apart? Hit the jump to see!
Famous heroes of Victorian literature come to life in the new character setting for the Code: Realize anime! Check out the designs for Cardia, Frankenstein, Lupin, St-Germain, Van Helsing, and the rest in all their old-school steampunk glory. Hit the jump for the full story.
With a new cour comes new music, and Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul has its two talents in place! DAOKO returns with a new ED, and DJ/vocalist group THE BEAT GARDEN serves up a new track. Find out more after the jump!
Only one person can bring peace and order back to the lawless streets of Jack Knife Edge Town. Justice has a name, and that name is Inferno Cop, an absurd and overblown 2012 web anime from the same folks who brought us shows like Kill la Kill and Space Patrol Luluco. Hit the jump to check out the Hero Week-themed installment of "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog".
Pokemon Sun and Moon players can now use a special code to access five Mega Stones, all which can be used for several evolutions, including Sceptilite, Blazikenite, Swampertite, Banettite, and Cameruptite. Hit the jump for more details on how you can get and use these Mega Stones!
A new preview video has been published for Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e ("Welcome to the Classroom Where Supreme Merit Rules"), an upcoming TV anime based on a series of light novels written by Syohgo Kinagusa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose about a seemingly high class private academy where the competition is cutthroat. Hit the jump to check it out.
This spring, volume 61 of Fairy Tail hit Japanese book shelves with the news that the manga will be wrapping up in about two volumes. Well, now there's no denying that the end is near as Mashima has posted a look at the start work on "The Final Chapter." More after the jump.
A new preview video and new cast members have been revealed for DIVE!!, an upcoming TV anime about a group of young men training to become Olympics-level divers. Hit the jump to learn more.
We're right on top of the July 1 premiere of the Fate/Apocrypha TV anime, but there's still time for one more commercial. Check out another burst of footage, once again set to EGOIST's "Eiyu: Unmei no Uta" ("Hero: The Song of Fate") opening theme, after the jump.
Man, Compile Heart sure does love teasing new games, don't they? The company's latest antics have developer Youhei Sato and marketing staff member Kazuki Maruyama firing up what they describe as Compile Heart's new RPG, End Quest. See what happens after that in the video after the jump.
For the upcoming premiere in winter 2018, the official website and Twitter for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Afro's camping-themed manga Yurucamp opened today with a teaser visual featuring its five main characters looking at Mt. Fuji. And Yumiri Hanamori and Nao Toyama are confirmed to voice the lead characters. Check out the latest information after the jump!
Like many of the top Jump manga creators, One-Punch Man's Yusuke Murata grew up a fan of Dragon Ball. He's done tributes before and discussed how he has to mediate his style to capture the right look for Akira Toriyama's characters. Today, he posted more and the ones that went online are definitely, distinctively Murata. More after the jump.
Last April, new shop that anime studio Production I.G., the studio behind Kuroko's Basketball, Psycho-Pass, Haikyu!!, and, of course Ghost in the Shell. opened an I.G Store in the Shibuya 0101. Now, it's time to celebrate its first anniversary. Some big names will be participating. More after the jump.
You might remember the report on Anime! Anime!'s June Bride poll that named the male anime character that Japanese anime fans would like to marry, They did a follow-up asking for the female character fans would love to marry. This one got 1913 votes. Goo then did their own anti-romantic follow-up asking fans who they'd rather rip out their own heart out than be married to.