Compared to winter's Cuticle Detective Inaba, the spring adaptation of Tatsuhiko Hikagi's Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge is the somewhat more serious hair mystery anime due in April 2013. Fate/stay night's Yuji Yamaguchi will direct the Studio Gokumi (Saki, Oda Nobuna) produced adaptation of the Comic Alive manga. Get a new look at what to expect after the jump.
Are you getting enough of Cuticle Detective Inaba and the adorable Mafia goat, Don Valentino? The official website for the series has been updated to unveil the cover of the first Blu-ray and DVD volume that will be released on March 27th in Japan. Click to see how it looks!
Cuticle Detective Inaba, featuring a half human, half wolf, and 100% cuticle loving detective, Inaba Hiroshi, collaborates with a real hair salon to rescue your precious cuticles! How is that possible? Read on to find out. Disclaimer: No goat was hurt in the process of creating this article.
It’s not the wolf at the door that you have to watch out for in Sentai Filmworks’ newest acquisition: Cuticle Detective Inaba. Based on the manga by Mochi, this 12 episode series is directed by Susumu Mitsunaka and features series composition by Makoto Nakamura, character designs by Satoshi Koike and sound direction by Hideo Takahashi.
Sentai Filmworks rolled out the first acquisition announcement of the week today with the addition of Cuticle Detective Inaba. Sentai plans to release the series soon through select digital outlets, with a home video release to follow later this year. Read on for more!
The new winter anime announcements at Crunchyroll continue with Cuticle Detective Inaba, based on the manga written and illustrated by Mochi! Read on for staff and story info!
With a couple of days to go before its January 4th premiere, there's a new preview for the adaptation of Mochi's gag manga Cuticle Detective Inaba. The original series, which runs in GFantasy (Durarara!! manga, Zombie Lone), follows a red-headed detective with a hair fetish, at war with a crime syndicate run by a goat. More after the jump.
As insane as it might sound, 2013 might be the year of hair mystery anime. In addition to the recently announced Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge, there's the adaptation of Mochi's gag manga Cuticle Detective Inaba. The original series follows a red-headed detective with a hair fetish, at war with a crime syndicate run by a goat. Get a first look after the jump.