Range Murata, who is well known for his character design works for Blue Submarine No.6, LAST EXILE, and Shangri-La, provides his newly-drawn illustration of Magical Angel Creamy Mami for the latest 7th issue of Genco's quarterly anime business magazine Anime Busience. Check the covers of the magazine after the jump.
Days after posting a support message video from character designer Akemi Takada, streaming anime and crowdfunding platform Anime Sols announced that fans have pledged the $19,000 to support a DVD release of 1983 magic girl classic Creamy Mami. Translation has already been complete, with just packaging and authoring left left to do. More after the jump.
YATTAR NEWS brings us news and pics on a new perfume based on the main character from the seminal magical girl anime series Creamy Mami. Read on for more!
A Tokyo-based company Eitsu has stated accepting orders for Bleach Roll Cake, the latest entry of its popular Priroll service. You can request a message or photo to be printed on a roll cake with the cool Ichigo Kurosaki illustration. Hit the jump for more details.
Thanks to the new Anime Sols streaming site, the cult classic ‘80s era anime series Creamy Mami is finally available to English language viewers! To help celebrate, guest writer Kara Dennison provides an overview of Mami and her friends, her adventures, and her place in anime history. Read on for more!
Feel like there’s not enough Creamy Mami in your life? Well now you can celebrate her 30th anniversary by covering your feet with some seriously pastel sneakers. Check out the pictures after the jump.
Together with Naruto Shippuden, the most featured anime title at Studio Pierrot's booth in Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 was their first magical girl series Magical Angel Creamy Mami (1983-1984). To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the series, they exhibited many Mami-related goods produced in those days and sold brand-new merchandise. Check your 80s memory after the jump!
A new platform for streaming anime and crowdfunding aims to take the best aspects of Kickstarter and sites like Crunchyroll in order to allow anime fans the chance to directly support their favorite shows in different ways. Hit the jump for all of the details on Anime Sols, set to launch in 2013, the forthcoming streaming portal with a twist. Updated with further info about Anime Sols.