The official website for the upcoming live-action film adaptation of Gamon Sakurai's Ajin: demi-Human sci-fi action manga series today finally released a 90-second full trailer introducing its main cast and iconic endless die-and-revive sequences by the protagonist Kei Nagai (Takeru Sato) and the antagonist Sato (Go Ayano). Watch the latest clip after the jump!
Web manga seems to have an appetite for fantasy parodies these days. Young Jump's Orc Tries Training Lady Knight, about an orc attempting to assist an Umaru-like warrior for example. And, there's almost room for joking on a popular genre like the transported-to-fantasy-world isekai. So, Comic Gun now has Synecdoche's Elf Can't Lose Weight, the first volume of which is being collected in Japan June 26th.
Final Fantasy’s 30th anniversary passed recently, and with it Square Enix celebrated the occasion by holding a special projection event in Japan. Hit the jump to see it in action!
On Capcom Unity, several new costumes have been revealed for Street Fighter V. If you’re into the schoolgirl/boy look these will be right up your alley.
It’s time for some fun in the sun with these Splatoon-themed water guns that will soon be available from GameStop. The Jakks Pacific Splattershot Blaster and Splattershot Mini. They shoot “washable gooey ink,” which may not be the best idea for small children, but teens a grown ups can have a blast with these. Read more after the jump
On July 2nd, Miyu Tomita (voice of Gab), Saori Ōnish (Vigne), Naomi Ōzora (Satania) and Kana Hanazawa (Raphi), along with MC Tsuyoshi Koyama (the homeroom teacher) reunite at Yamano Hall for a Gabriel DropOut Angels and Devils Classroom Visit event. A visual has the girls enjoying the summer sun, and a preview of event goods has offered a chance for fans to prepare their budgets.
While many well-known Japanese authors and artists are known to use Patreon as a platform to offer access to works that were previously limited to Japanese storefronts and digital services, manga author Motoka Murakami might be the first Jaspanese mangaka that is using the platform to offer access to JIN officially in English, without the help of a Western publisher. Hit the jump for the details.
The Rabbit House cafe is back in business, because the Is The Order a Rabbit? ~Dear My Sister~ special episode once again has an official theatrical release date for a limited run at 40 movie theaters in Japan beginning on November 11, 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
2014 live-action Japanese drama Blue Fire, aka Blue Blaze, Blue Blazes, Aoihonoo, or Aoi Honoo adapts Kazuhiko Shimamoto's (Honoo no Tenkousei or Blazing Transfer Student) manga about his student years at Osaka University of Arts, alongside Hideaki Anno, Hiroyuki Yamaga, and Takami Akai, and developing career as a manga author. The show is now streaming on Rakuten Group's drama-focused service Viki.
The Kingdom Hearts video game series has just turned 15 this year, and with it the jewelry brand U-Treasure is bringing a brand new set of gorgeous jewelry to mark the occasion. So if you’re a big fan looking to pop the question with an engagement ring or just want to shower a Kingdom Hearts fan you know with nice jewelry, this line is your answer. Hit the jump for more!
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".