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    Thursday August 7, 2014
  • VIDEO: Cancelled 16-Bit "Akira" Game Might Be Better Off Buried

    Clip from CES video shows some of what THQ had cooking

    In addition to the subpar stuff that made it out, there was also a Akira game in the works for Super Nintendo, Game Boy, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, and Game Gear and, if footage from an old CES show is any indication, its cancellation wasn't too big of a loss. See for yourself after the jump.

  • Monday August 4, 2014
  • CR INTERVIEW: AKIRA at J-POP Summit Festival 2014 Part 2

    AKIRA talks about her favorite anime

    How did you like the first half of the AKIRA interview at J-POP Summit Festival in San Francisco? In the second half of the interview, we talked about anime! Read all about it plus more photos of her from J-POP Summit Festival after the jump!

  • Sunday August 3, 2014
  • CR INTERVIEW: AKIRA at J-POP Summit Festival 2014 Part 1

    Uncovering the mysterious AKIRA after the solo singer's debut singing the ending theme for "Black Butler: Book of Circus"

    Model and now solo artist AKIRA has many faces, such as a magazine model who graces the cover of popular magazine KERA, the lead singer of DISACODE and now a solo artist who sings the ending theme of Black Butler: Book of Circus “Aoki Tsuki Michite”. I was able to catch up with the singer/model during San Francisco’s, J-POP Summit Festival in July. AKIRA had just finished her first performance as a solo artist the day before at the time of this interview. I hope you get to know AKIRA in this first half of the two-part interview after the jump!

  • Wednesday July 16, 2014
  • New Writer Attached to Live-Action "Akira"

    Plus, happy 26th anniversary to seminal sci-fi anime

    Happy 26th anniversary to Akira! While the manga debuted in December of 1982, the seminal sci-fi anime movie premiered July 16, 1988. What more incendiary way to celebrate than to bring up plans for a Hollywood adaptation? Check out the latest after the jump.

  • Wednesday July 9, 2014
  • Former AKB48 Member Tomomi Itano To Perform At JPOP Summit Festival in San Francisco

    Tomochin makes the first solo US appearance with the release of solo album

    Former AKB 48 member Tomomi Itano joins the dazzling array of musical guests to perform at the JPOP Summit Festival in San Francisco on the 19th & 20th of this month. Tomomi recently released her first full-length solo album, SxWxAxG on July 2nd and this will be her first post-AKB US appearance and performance. Plus May'n, AKIRA and a Japanese Kuro-gyaru group Black Diamond. Read more after the jump!

  • Thursday June 12, 2014
  • Garage Kit Maker Previews "Kill La Kill" x "Akira" Throne Figure

    Etsuko from "Domu" and Kaneda from "Akira" also prepared for Summer Wonder Festival

    Garage kit artist ODEYA is on a Katsuhiro Otomo/Akira kick as they prepare for the Summer Wonder Festival figure event. He has Etsuko, the psychic girl from Otomo's early horror Domu, Kaneda from Akira, and an especially creative Kill La Kill Ryuko on an Akira throne. Get a look after the jump.

  • Saturday May 10, 2014
  • VIDEO: Live-Action "Akira" Fan Film Trailer Stays Close to the Source

    CineGround Media's Akira Project shares its vision

    While Hollywood struggles to realize a live-action take on Katsuhiro Otomo's classic Akira, Canada-based CineGround Media has a new preview of director/producer Nguyen-Anh Nguyen's vision for The Akira Project. It aims to be as faithful as possible to the source material, and you can see if you think they're on the right track in the trailer after the jump. 

  • Friday May 9, 2014
  • Cross Dressing Singer AKIRA to Make Her Solo Debut with "Black Butler: Book of Circus" ED

    The 1st single "Aoki Tsuki Michite" hits stores on July 30

    It is officially announced today that AKIRA, who is known as the vocalist of three-member rock band DISACODE, will make her solo singer debut with 1st single "Aoki Tsuki Michite" (The blue moon is waxing). The song will be featured as the ED theme song for the July TV anime Black Butler: Book of Circus. Check more after the jump.