Studio Ghibli is bringing back its replica Levistone, and it's been updated with more functions! The necklace responds to the magic words from Castle in the Sky and will interact with a music box being released next month. Check it out after the jump.
Looking for some stylish referential T-shirts to add to your wardrobe? Studio Ghibli has just rolled out nine! From the ham-loving Ponyo to the most memed moment of Castle in the Sky, they're all available now. Check them out after the jump!
The beautiful and iconic robot soldier from Studio Ghibli's Laputa: Castle in the Sky is now available as an action figure. Oh, and it comes with a fully-posable Muska, for all your "robot and bad guy needs." Check out images and find out where to get yours after the jump!
GKIDS and Fathom Events have been rolling through the Ghibli catalog with their theatrical events, and another Hayao Miyazaki classic is next. This time it's 1986's Castle in the Sky, which will be screening in theaters across the United States for a special two-day event on August 27 and 28. Read on for more.
Studio Ghibli has been offering some killer merchandise over the last few months, and its latest release is no different. Takara Tomy is bringing out a special Licca-chan doll (a doll wit the popularity of Barbie in Japan) that looks like the protagonist Sheeta from the Studio Ghibli film Castle in the Sky. Hit the jump to take a look!
Following the original edition released in October 2013 and the second with two blue LED parts in November 2015, Bandai will release the third edition of its Robot Soldier action figure from Hayao Miyazaki's 1986 classic film Laputa: Castle in the Sky. With over 57 joints in its body, the latest edition is now able to make all of the robot's characteristic poses. Check out the product photos after the jump!
Disney's John Ramirez previously shared a concept for a ride based on Hayao Miyazaki's anime film classic My Neighbor Totoro, and he's since returned to Ghibli and Miyazaki to take a crack at a Castle in the Sky / Laputa ride. Imagine how it would all go down with the image after the jump.
Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun has posted video of the heavy damage to “Laputa no Michi” (Road of Laputa) running through Aso in the heavily earthquake-affected Kumamoto Prefecture. The Kario main road got nicknamed for Hayao Miyazaki's original Studio Ghibli movie, Castle in the Sky because the scenic view appears to be floating due to low-lying clouds obscuring the lower part of Mount Aso. Get a look after the jump.
In addition to their anime news regarding Hunter x Hunter's English dub cast and streaming plans for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and TerraFormars, at this weekend's C2E2, Viz Media announced plans for art books Yoshitaka Amano Illustrations along with The Art of Castle in the Sky. More after the jump.
On January 5th, Japanese social media was pretty quiet about Hayao Miyazaki's 75th birthay. It seemed like folks were keeping their powder dry for what was coming on. On January 15th, Nippon Television Network marked 30th anniversary of Studio Ghibli's first movie with a broadcast of the movie Castle in the Sky (August 2, 1986). This meant it was time for another Balse festival.
A Niconico user has spent 4 years recreating the environments of Studio Ghibli's Castle in the Sky animated film in the world of Minecraft. Hit the jump to check out the 1st part of this multi-part video series.
Along with a variant blue-light re-release of their 2013 "Souzou Galleria" figure of the robot soldier from the first Hayao Miyazaki Studio Ghibli movie Castle in the Sky, Bandai Premium has scheduled a model of the film's famous flying Flaptter for November release. Get a look after the jump.
Ensky's TsumuTsumu ("stack stack") are one of a couple of lines of Japanese mini figures ready to be piled on the of geek desks and shelves (Plex's TsumiColle being another notable). And, TsumuTsumu has gotten some good licenses lately, including Nintendo and Studio Ghibli. Third in the latter offering, after Totoro and Kiki's kitties is a set of Castle in the Sky robots. Get a look after the jump.
Premium Bandai announced today that they have just started accepting pre-orders for a new figure "Castle in the Sky: Robot Soldier" from their newly-launched line "Souzou Galleria." The famous robot was appeared in Hayao Miyazaki's 1986 classic anime film Castle in the Sky. Check the details after the jump.