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    Saturday October 19, 2013
  • FREEing Injects "Binbou-gami Ga!" Momiji Nurse Cosplay Figure Into Schedule

    Figure follows a Sakura Ichiko scale figure, planned for December

    Joining a 1/8th scale Sakura Ichiko due in December, FREEing has Binbou-gami Ga!'s (or Good Luck Girl as FUNimation is calling it) titular goddess of provery, Momiji coming in March. Check it out after the jump.

  • Wednesday September 26, 2012
  • "Medaka Box" Makes Promotional Crossovers With "Binbogami Ga!" and "Gintama"

    "Medaka Box" and "Gintama" prepare for October return to anime

    To promote the home video release of the ending comedy anime Binbo-gami ga! has crossed over with its TV Tokyo sibling Medaka Box - Abnormal in a pair of collaboration wallpapers. Then, ahead of the October 10th premiere of the second anime, Medaka Box has kept its dance card full with a Shonen Jump cover shared with Gintama. Get a look after the jump.

  • Saturday June 23, 2012
  • VIDEO: 30 Second "Binbō-gami ga!" Anime Promo

    New comedy from the makers of "Gintama" debuts July 4th

    After a real teaser of a first anime preview, the hype machine behind the upcoming Sunrise (Gintama) adaptation of Yoshiaki Sukeno's Binbō-gami light novels is back with a much more robust version. See the war between preternaturally lucky Ichiko Sakura and the titular God of Poverty, Momiji after the jump.

  • Thursday June 21, 2012
  • VIDEO: First "Binbō-gami ga!" Anime Promo

    New comedy from the makers of "Gintama" debuts July 4th

    Sunrise's (Gintama) adaptation of Yoshiaki Sukeno's light novels about a Binbō-gami's (God of Poverty) attempt to take out a lucky girl who is effectively a happiness vampire, from Gintama director Yoichi Fujita and Bleach writer Kento Shimoyama, is now set to debut on July 4th. Get a look at the first preview after the jump.

  • Tuesday June 5, 2012
  • "Binbō-gami ga!" Anime Cast Preview

    Kana Hanazawa, Yumi Uchiyama, Keita Tsuwabuki cast in comedy from "Gintama" folks

    If you miss the Gintama anime, this summer's Binbō-gami ga! anime looks like a promising replacement. The folks at Sunrise, Gintama director Yoichi Fujita, and Bleach writer Kento Shimoyama are adapting Yoshiaki Sukeno's light novels. See who has been cast after the jump.