Following the 15-second TV CM, the official website for 30-year-old voice actress/singer Yoshino Nanjo has posted a 60-second short PV for her upcoming 3rd single "Tasogare no Starlight," which will be featured as the ED song for "The Cocoon of Caprice" chapter of The Eden of Grisaia TV anime. Check the song after the jump.
Getter Robo is one of the most famous super robot manga/anime franchises, created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa in 1974. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, an original art exhibition will be held at art gallery GoFa in Aoyama, Tokyo, from May 23. Hit the jump for more details.
Two-member unit Mimi Meme Mimi has posted a 90-second teaser PV for their upcoming 4th single "CANDY MAGIC," which is now used as the ED song for Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches TV anime, on its official YouTube channel. The video features face art using the vocalist TakaoYuki's face. Check the clip after the jump.
King Records has posted a full PV with Chinese subtitles for 31-year-old anime voice actor Mamaru Miyano's 12th single "Shine," which was released in Japan on April 15. The lyrics of the song is written by Miyano himself. Check his latest PV after the jump.
Welcome to the sEVANth episode of the Crunchyroll podcast, CrunchyCast! This week, hosts Victoria and Evan pore through the CrunchyCast mailbag, talk about DMP's new announcements, and discuss College Humor's new video about anime fans! Check it all out after the jump!
As reported, the special page for the upcoming all-new feature film Love Live! The School Idol Movie started posting countdown video messages from the nine voice actresses last week. Check this week's message from Yurika Kubo (Hanayo Koizumi) after the jump.
The TOWER RECORDS Shinjuku store in Tokyo has announced the weekly TOP 10 anime singles/albums for the week of April 6-12. The number one single was "Maji Love Revolutions," the ED song for the ongoing TV anime third season Uta no Prince-sama♪ Maji Love Revolutions. Check this week's ranking and videos after the jump.
Get ready Japan! Here comes Katy Perry to appropriate the heck out of you! Or, at least visit Tokyo April 25th and 26th for two of her Prismatic World Tour's twelve Asian shows. On Twitter, she got hyped and packed up with a little help from Clannad. (Though, isn't Kotomi unpacking the briefcase in that scene?)
The staff and principal monster girl voice cast for the summer 2015 TV anime adaptation of Okayado's Monster Musume have been officially confirmed, and with the news going online, designs for the bishoujo naga, harpy and centaur have been posted. Get a look after the jump.
Fanart Friday returns, having enjoyed looking up this week's art a little too much and Crunchyroll News contributor Humberto Saabedra steps up to continue the streak by showcasing his favorite classy ladies from anime, manga, light novels and video games. Hit the jump to see exactly what he means.
After missing 2014, Code Geass: Akito The Exiled finally kicks off its second half with the May 2nd, 2015 premiere of episode 3, "Kagayaku Mono Ten Yori Otsu." Advance screening events are scheduled for on April 26 and with a week to go, a 10 minute preview and The Path of “Knight the Seventh” Suzuka promo have been posted. Get a look after the jump.
What better way for Japanese otaku to wish their children prosperity than by displaying a Gurren Lagann inspired kabuto helmet for Children's Day? Hit the jump to learn more.
Following up on another batch of character clips, Atlus is back with a second full trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The PS Vita rhythm game hits Japan on June 25, with a North American release scheduled for later this year. Get into the groove after the jump.
Imageepoch's Nintendo 3DS RPG Stella Glow has a new trailer showcasing a bunch of the world and game systems, including battles, activities, skills, and more. See the six-minute preview after the jump.
Rise of Mana is coming to PS Vita in Japan, but the port unfortunately missed its original winter launch window. Square Enix has since updated plans for a spring release, as reflected in the updated version of the Tokyo Game Show trailer after the jump.