We're back once more to showcase anime you recommend people might like on Anime-Planet. This time, we've got an epic truckload of recommendations for all of your favorites in the Winter 2015 anime season, from fantasy to ecchi, to sports and weird creatures, to everything else in between. Check them out and get ideas of what to watch next after the jump!
The wild party at HYPERSONIC music club continues this week with a special Q&A session with artist Hiroyuki Takahashi with questions supplied by readers like you! Find out about his techniques, inspiration, and the possibility of a HYPERSONIC anime 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.
Battlefield Hardline represents a drastic change to a long and storied franchise, so there was bound to be some growing pains. Visceral attempts to roll out a game emphasizing a single player police proceducal while also keeping their massive multiplayer battles competitive. Hit the jump to see how they juggled their double design duties!
Being the nerds they are, Nate and Baker didn't gamble in Vegas--they were busy playing video games! Hit the jump to get highlights from Bandai Namco's Global Gamers' Day, featuring early looks at Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Project X Zone 2, and more!
Artist Hiroyuki Takahashi’s original HYPERSONIC music club webcomic gets a “+1” today in the form of a dazzling new full color story page. Enjoy the latest installment, groove on bonus art, and catch up on the latest adventures of team HYPERSONIC after the jump!
Nate's out for this week's installment of Fanart Friday, but DARLINGDANICHAN herself is taking over with a look at one of her favorites: REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces featuring your favorite characters from Chiho Saito's shojo epic!
Foreboding, mysterious, and deadly, From Software brings its dark take on fantasy to a more recent era. People hide in their hovels as monsters and werewolves roam the streets and with the diminishing hunters as their one and only line of protection. Check out just what sort of creatures go bump in the night in Bloodborne, after the jump!
While Hiroyuki Takahashi is busy working on the next page of the HYPERSONIC webcomic, we figured now was a good time to introduce you to one of our real-world inspirations: chiptunes artist TORIENA, who creates exciting new sounds from retro game tech. Read an exclusive interview with her, and enjoy lots of pics and videos, after the jump!
Another six months, another recap episode of Fanart Friday! From Rumbles and Regents Edition all the way to last week's Jump, Jump Edition, catch up on any installments of Fanart Friday you might have missed, along with some fresh new reader submissions and a chance to win some Premium+ time! Hit the jump to check it all out!
Doga Kobo's booth at AnimeJapan 2015 attracted a lot of attention with its latest original project BREETSCHLAG. People were making a long waiting line for their 3D animation VR demo using the Oculus Rift head-mounted display. Check the photo report and interview with the producer Tomoyo Inoue after the jump.
For a limited time between March 13 and 24, "Ultraman World M78," the official Ultraman merchandise store in the JR Tokyo station, opened in an event space called "Ichiban Plaza" for the renewal scheduled on March 26. Check the photo report including the statues of Ultraman Ginga and Victory after the jump.
As reported regularly, Pretty Store Tokyo is one of the two official merchandise stores in Japan dedicated to Toei Animation's long-running PreCure anime series. With the start of the 12th TV series Go! Princess PreCure in February, it has been rearranged to the Princess PreCure mode. Check the latest photo report after the jump.
The Bokujou Monogatari (aka Harvest Moon) series has long been a staple of gaming all over the world, and the latest addition, Story of Seasons,lives up to it’s predecessors with all the farming fun we’ve come to expect!
As reported many times, Japanese character figure/toy maker Kotobukiya has its own five-story store building in Akihabara, the mecca of otaku culture. The first things you can find on its third floor now are a big load of Kantai Collection/KanColle goods. Check some of the items after the jump.