While the notion of a geek obsessed with riding and photographing trains isn't unknown outside Japan, that country probably has one of the more recognizable train otaku subcultures. One result of having that many railways and that many railway obsessed geeks is that you see fans remaking anime openings with just train video. Get a look after the jump.
It looks like an announcement of the details for an Angel Beats! game is imminent, with Dengeki G's Magazine to present the scoop in its November issue, on sale next week. More after the jump.
It bears repeating that there's always room for another good Attack on Titan mash-up. TeSh has an outstanding one, full of a nice narrative and great action as Madoka Magica's mahou shoujo face off against Walpurgis Night. This plus other goodies after the jump.
Crunchyroll is adding a handful of new streams to its lineup, as announced at this year's Otakon panel. New additions include season one of Moyashimon, Angel Beats!, and Hell Girl season two. Read on for more!
Last December we got an eyeful of Curtain Damashii Collection 01, and now they're back with more curtains and tapestries featuring a variety of anime/game series. The next set, which goes on sale in August, features Madoka Magica, Fate/Zero, Ro-kyu-bu, Angel Beats!, and more. Check 'em out after the jump!
There doesn't seem to be much talk of producing a follow-up to Angel Beats!, or even much merchandise based on the more action-oriented Jun Maeda story, but it does remain popular in Japan and in North America. Recognizing this, Banpresto's June Ichiban Kuji prize figure lottery will be offering a selection of exclusive Angel Beats! goods. Get a look after the jump.
She sang as Yui in the Angel Beats! anime band Girls Dead Monster, and then did the opening for Fate/Zero; now LiSA's first full solo album is slated for release on February 22nd. Read on past the jump!