This week's recipe from Comet Lucifer combines two simple ideas (Curry and bread bowls) to make a dish so delightfully perfect, it stopped my hangry behavior in a single heartbeat, quieted my mind, and gave me enlightenment. The heavens stopped, opened up, and whispered the secrets of the universe to me. What did they say? Read more after the jump to find out!
Bandai Visual today posted a two-minute anime music video for "Tsuioku no Kanata" (Beyond the Reminisce), an image song for the 2015 fall TV anime Comet Lucifer performed by four-member Japanese musical unit fhána. The song was also used as the ED theme for the anime's 9th episode. Check the clip after the jump.
Comiket is around the corner, and with the days ticking down to December 29-31's C89, it's time too "ooh" and "aah" at the limited merchandise. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU's sold out Saika Totsuka hug pillow is back! TBS will be accompanying the hot item with a Yukina and Yui maid dakimakura and a new Iroha Isshiki double sided cover.
Lantis has posted a short version music video for 21-year-old anime voice actress Ayaka Ohashi's 4th solo single "Hitotsu ni Naritai" (I Want to be One). It was initially listed only as an image song for the ongoing TV anime Comet Lucifer, but will be also used as its ED song in the coming episodes. Check the clip after the jump.
Lantis has posted a short version music video for 21-year-old anime voice actress Ayaka Ohashi's upcoming 3rd solo single "Oshiete Blue Sky" on its official YouTube channel. The song is now featured as the ED theme for 8-Bit's original TV anime Comet Lucifer, in which she also voices the main heroine Felia. Check her latest clip after the jump!
Lantis has posted a four-minute full music video for four-member Japanese rock band fhána's upcoming 7th single "Comet Lucifer ~The Seed and the Sower~" on its official YouTube channel. It is now featured as the OP theme song for 8-Bit's original TV anime Comet Lucifer. Check the clip after the jump.
A day of new announcements comes to a close at Crunchyroll with word that Comet Lucifer, an original anime by Bandai Visual and 8-bit, is set to begin streaming this weekend. Read on for full details! (UPDATED with additional territories)
Earlier today Sentai Filmworks announced the acquisition of the Comet Lucifer anime. The fall 2015 science fiction series is set to broadcast in October and will be available through select digital outlets, with a home video release to follow. More after the jump.