A new trailer for the upcoming Koei Tecmo / Omega Force Attack on Titan video game for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita is now available online. Hit the jump to fire up the 3D Manuever Gear.
This week's issue of Famitsu magazine reveals a couple more playable additions to Omega Force's big upcoming Attack on Titan game. Levi and Hanji are the latest characters to join the fray, and we should get a better look at both soon. Hit the jump for more.
They're less than a minute long each, but new Attack on Titan footage hit the official website in the form of some gameplay clips. First you'll see some straightforward Titan-fighting action, and then you can relax a bit with a visit to the other characters in camp and a dash of 3D Maneuver Gear traversal and training. More after the jump.
Teased back in August, before the launch of the anime, Bandai's Ichiban Kuji is now ready to preview its Attack on Titan Junior High cultural festival prize lottery. Starting December 5th, bookstores and anime goods retailers will be selling 620yen tickets for a chance to win a series of items featuring the comedy spin-off's cast in fairy tale redesigns. Get a look after the jump.
Jacket art from the first of two CDs inspired by Hajime Isayama and Saki Nakagawa's Attack Titan Junior High have been revealed. Hiroshi Kamiya's Levi in his No Name band guise will be featured on December 16th's "Hizamazuke Butadomo ga" and an untitled January 20th follow-up. Get a look after the jump.
Attack on Titan's Junior High comedy spin-off kicks off FUNimation's Dubbletalk Block streaming programming on Wednesday, November 11th at 8:00pm ET. To prepare for this, they've announced the return of the parent series' English dub cast. More after the jump.
On that day, mankind received a sugary reminder of Attack on Titan collaborations with desserts like the "Thank you for wrapping this muffler on me" cake from Japan's Sweets Paradise chain, best known for their all-you-can-eat offering. Here a menu of desserts, meals like the Levi Slice Omurice and drinkings, along with coasters and collaboration goods, will be featured through January 5th, with a menu refresh in early December.
Attack on Titan fans will have a couple options when the upcoming Omega Force action game hits PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita in Japan this winter. Aside from the standard edition, there will also be a "Treasure Pack" edition with a bunch of bonuses for ¥12,800 ($105). More on that and some screens after the jump.
Kodansha had new release plans to announced at this weekend's New York Comic Con, starting with new licenses I am Space Dandy, original stories based on the anime, and Hounori's Spoof on the Titan, the parody than ran digitally on MangaBox. They also announced plans for digital ebook releases of Fort of Apocalypse, Space Brothers, As the God's Will: the Second Series, My Wife is Wagatsuma-san, and Fuuka.
As revealed at New York Comic Con, Kodansha is putting the world of Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan in the hands of western comics creators with the announcement of Attack on Titan Anthology. Due out in fall 2016, the full-color, 250-page anthology will include Attack on Titan short stories from a slew of artists and writers, all trimmed to American comic size with bonus pin-ups. Read on for more.
Kodansha will be presenting the The Biggest Attack on Titan Manga Announcement Ever at New York comic Con on Thursday, October 8th at 4:00 PM. As the title suggests, they promise to make the biggest announcement about the Attack on Titan comics series... ever. Kodansha USA General Manager Kana Koide, Director of Publishing Ben Applegate and a few Special Guests will lead the Panel, answer questions and give away some goodies.
Itochu's CREVIA property development division specializes in a "creative" approach to building residences for affluent lifestyles. To promote this, it has been showcasing the CREVIA Creative Challenge, in which folks are asked to design their ideal home using white cubes. With End of the World, the second live-action Attack on Titan movie, into its second week in theaters, a certain steaming monstrosity was asked to build his perfect residence.
In its second weekend of September 26-27, the live-action film adaptation of Momoko Kouda's Heroine Shikkaku (No Longer Heroine) shoujo manga topped Japan's box office with 233,825,500 yen, beating the last weekend's winner Attack on Titan End of the World. Hit the jump for more details.
The newest preview video for the upcoming comedy spin-off series, Attack on Titan: Junior High, is now available online. Hit the jump to see Levi get murderous with paper fans.