The big news from Good Smile Company out of the Winter Wonder Festival figure event is that the 400th entry in their super deformed Nendoroid line is none other than Sakura Kinomoto! Check out the super derformed version of the heroine of CLAMP's CardCaptor Sakura after the jump.
Cardcaptor Sakura captured the love of a lot of fans, and we’ve seen that in the excitement around her figures. Winter WonFes is looming large, and one garage kit circle is bringing their Sakura along for the ride. Check out the pictures after the jump.
Fifteen years ago this spring, the Cardcaptor Sakura anime ran on NHK. To mark the occasion, Animedia magazine feature a CCS spread and spoke to producer Eizo Kondo. One thing he mentioned, grabbing a lot of attention, is that he'd like to to make another Sakura anime. Get a look after the jump.
Singer/voice actress Junko Iwao is set to put out a "Yasashisa no Tane" CD, split between her songs and songs sung as Cardcaptor Sakura's Tomoyo Daidouji. For the July 7th release, CCS manga creators CLAMP have illustrated special jacket art. Get a look after the jump.
April 1st is Cardcaptor Sakura Kinomoto's birthday. So, in honor of that occasion and April Fools' Day, CLAMP has made the magic girl the president of Shigatsu Tsuitachi CO.,LTD, (April 1st CO.) See the results after the jump.
Manga publisher Kodansha is seeking to kindle the CLAMP excitement with a new promo for the return to their to horror manga xxxHOLiC, coming back in February as xxxHOLiC Rei. This, plus other CLAMP doings after the jump.
Just when Sakura thought she had all the Clow Cards in her deck, somehow they managed to whisk themselves away again. The work of a Cardcaptor is never finished, apparently, and so CLAMP's manga becomes a mobile game set to launch "in a few days" on Mobage. Bump the jump for the trailer and details on the Arika-developed Cardcaptor Sakura and the Mysterious Cards!
Australian anime distributor Madman has announced in their weekly newsletter that they have acquired something that will likely make many other anime fans outside Australia lust after as well: The Cardcaptor Sakura TV series. Read on for more details about their plans on the release.
"I'm a model, you know what I mean, and I do my little turn on the catwalk," said Right Said Fred of manga group CLAMP's Cardcaptor Sakura wedding dress, as it hit the runway as part of Tokyo Bridal Festa's fashion show. See how it looks on an actual person after the jump!
A wedding dress designed by CLAMP, inspired by the manga creation team's magical girl series CardCaptor Sakura, will be on display at the Tokyo Bridal Festa 2011 (Tokyo Big Sight Event Center on December 23 and 24). Photos of the dress can now be seen after the jump.
A wedding dress designed by CLAMP, inspired by the manga creation team's magical girl series CardCaptor Sakura, will be on display at the Tokyo Bridal Festa 2011. CardCaptor Sakura and Chobits illustrations will also be on display. More after the jump.