Pony Canyon's official YouTube anime channel today posted a one-minute PV for the upcoming release of the Blu-ray box of the 2012 TV anime Busou Shinki based on Konami Digital Entertainment's action figure series. The box set comes with the unaired 13th episode. Hit the jump for more details.
Anime Network Online has lined up two fall series to debut this weekend, with the first three episode of both action figure action anime Busou Shinki and Madoka Magica director Akiyuki Shinbo's latest adaptation of that series' original character designer Ume Aoki's art school manga, Hidamari Sketch × Honeycomb, running Saturday, Sunday and Monday. More after the jump.
Juggling four girls at once is never easy, even when they’re as small as the “goddesses” in Sentai Filmworks newest acquisition: Busou Shinki. Directed by Yasuhito Kikuchi (Infinite Stratos, Jo Jo’s Bizarre Adventures OVA) with series composition by Masahiro Yokotani (Sgt. Frog, Maria Holic) and character designs by Ryouma Ebata and Takahiro Kishida (BTOOOM!, Arjuna).
Chalk up another one for Sentai Filmworks, with today's announcement of Busou Shinki joining its anime lineup. The series is set to debut through select digital outlets soon, followed by a 2013 home video release. More after the jump.
Busou Shinki, a line of action figures from Konami Digital Entertainment, is getting a TV anime series. Bump the jump for initial staff details and a peek at the previously released short-form anime!
Following the 1st OP movie sung by the legendary ani-son singer MIQ in May, Konami Digital Entertainment posted the 2nd OP movie for the up-coming PSP game "Busou Shinki Battle Masters Mk.2", based on Konami's action figure series. Check the video after the jump.
Konami Digital Entertainment has posted the OP movie for the up-coming PSP game "Busou Shinki Battle Masters Mk.2", based on Konami's action figure series, on YouTube on May 24. The Mk.2 game is the sequel to the first "Battle Masters" game released in July 2010. The second PSP game is scheduled to be released on September 1 in Japan.