Japanese figure company Good Smile Company today started accepting pre-orders for a 1/7th scale figure "Kinomoto Sakura Stars Bless You" and its simple edition "Kinomoto Sakura" from the Cardcaptor Sakura franchise as its 15th anniversary items. The company was established on May 1, 2001. Check the product photos after the jump!
Matsuno brothers five and six are here! Good Smile Company has started off July by wrapping up their launch of pre-order for Mr. Osomatsu sextuplet Nendoroid figures, and paired the youngest two with Co-de figures of Cardcaptor Sakura's titular heroine in a pair of her best-loved outfits. Get a look after the jump.
It has been confirmed that the July 2016 issue of Kodansha's monthly shoujo manga magazine Nakayoshi was sold out at stores only in a week from its release day in Japan, June 2. This is the first time in three years and four months for the magazine since its March 2013 issue that came with the "Manga Artist Set." Hit the jump for more details.
One day after her 27th birthday, popular anime voice actress Ayana Taketatsu today posted two photos of her cosplaying as Sakura Kinomoto from the Cardcaptor Sakura franchise on her official Twitter to give thanks to her fans who celebrated her birthday and to commemorate 500,000 followers. Check her cosplay photos after the jump.
Earlier this month, Nakayoshi took the celebration of the 20th anniversary of CLAMP's Cardcaptor Sakura magic girl series to another level with the introduction of a new manga that reintroduces Sakura Kinomoto in her first year of junior high school and the announcement of a new anime series. Animedia magazine has teased their coverage of news about the anime, and to promote that, they cut from an interesting visual.
The Cardcaptor Sakura anniversary celebrations continue with a darling cardigan from Animate's ACOS cosplay/apparel label. The pink sweater features a Kero-chan on the front and feather embroidery on the back. Get a look after the jump.
On June 3rd, the July issue of shoujo manga magazine Nakayoshi kicks the celebration of the 20th anniversary of CLAMP's Cardcaptor Sakura magic girl series to another level with a new manga, called the "Clear Card Arc," and the official announcement of the new anime project. For this grand return, manga creation team CLAMP have illustrated the magazine's cover and the chapter's color title page.
Coming up on June 3rd, the July issue of Nakayoshi kicks the celebration of the 20th anniversary of CLAMP's Cardcaptor Sakura magic girl series to another level with a new manga that reintroduces Sakura Kinomoto in her first year of junior high school. An early look at future plans reveal that a new anime project is also in development. More after the jump.