At last July's Anime Expo and San Diego Comic Con, Tokyopop's Stu Levy sketched out the manga boom fixture's plans to get back into North American publishing, highlighted by the suggestion that they'll be working on Disney properties. Now, there are concrete plans, with an adaptation of the 2010 live-action Alice in Wonderland listed in the Previews catalog by comic shop distributor Diamond.
The upcoming Disney Magical World 2, sequel to the original game for 3DS, is getting some special tie-in content at Japanese 7-Elevens.
Disney Magical World is getting a sequel on Nintendo 3DS later this year. Disney Magical World 2, known in Japan as Disney Magic Castle 2: My Happy Life, brings Mickey Mouse and an expansive cast of Disney stars back to Nintendo's portable, and Bandai Namco is here with a new preview. Watch the mix of daytime activities and nighttime "Dream Fantasies" in the trailer after the jump.
Disney is planning a deluxe, Amazon-exclusive Bluray set of the films of Hayao Miyazaki. Hit the jump to learn more.
The randoseru, or special Japanese backpacks that blow away whatever we're using here in the West (at least my canvas backpacks of youth) are absolutely adorable. And classy. And elegant. And pricey, if you're buying the special editions of any of them. Hit the jump to see these expensive Disneyland versions!
We've been patiently waiting over the last couple of weeks for more information on this game, and it's finally here. Disney Magical World 2 is finally releasing in Japan on November 54 for 3DS, and it's going to feature a whole new batch of familiar Disney characters! Hit the jump for more!
Disney Magical World was an adorable game for 3DS that absolutely ate up my free time. I even purchased the Peach Pink 2DS for it and kept the Mickey case it came packaged with. So it's exciting to hear that Bandai Namco has announced a follow-up to Disney Magical World in the form of Disney Magic Castle 2: My Happy Life. Hit the jump for more details!
In December of 2014, Disney and Japanese 3D CG animation studio Polygon Pictures teamed up to produce a series of animated shorts based on the Disney Tsum Tsum line of stackable plush toys. Now the first episode in the series is available online. Hit the jump to check it out.