It is officially announced that a TV anime adaptation of a web project Mahou Shoujo Taisen/Magica Wars is in the works. The TV anime, which is scheduled to be premiere in spring 2014, is produced by acclaimed anime production studio Gainax (Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gurren Lagann). Hit the jump for more details.
Gainax's newly-launched official Facebook page for Blue Uru (Aoki Uru) announced today that they had a green light for a pilot film, which is scheduled to be released in 2014. Blue Uru is a long-awaited sequel to Gainax's 1987 film Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise. Hit the jump for more details.
The early to mid 2000's aren't exactly considered a high point in Gainax's studio history. For example, while you'll find some fans of Melody of Oblivion and This Ugly Yet Beautiful World, they're not particularly well remembered. So, it's surprising to see freelance artist isuZu pay tribute to 2002's Petite Princess Yucie in their site welcome illustration series. Get a look after the jump.
Dom Perignon has posted footage of their collaborative project with contemporary artist Akira Yamaguchi and anime studio Gainax. This "The Power of Creation” project will open July 26th with the launch of Dom Pérignon's Vintage 2004 in Tokyo. Get a look after the jump.
Dom Perignon has announced that it is working on a collaboration project with contemporary artist Akira Yamaguchi and anime studio Gainax. The details for "Dom Perignon The Power of Creation” project will be revealed at the launch of Dom Pérignon's Vintage 2004 in Tokyo. More after the jump.
Frenchhas posted an English subtitled look at Gainax's presentation on the anime creation process from this year's Tokyo Anime Fair. Get a look at the life-cycle from the creative to the business end to the post produciton celebration after the jump.