A bit impressive and a bit disturbing, Gate, the folks behind that Knights of Sidonia hug pillow, now have a dakimakura based on Genshiken, drawn by series manga artist Shimoku Kio. Except, American transfer student Susanna Hopkins doesn't seem wildly enthusiast about being featured. Get a look after the jump.
Crunchyroll’s back catalog of anime continues to grow and grow with the addition of Kaiji seasons 1 & 2 and Genshiken: Second Season to the roster of streaming titles. Read on for more details!
NIS America had three license announcements at Anime Expo. A collection of ninja anime Brave 10 is planned for October 8th, while the new Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home anime movie and Genshiken Second Season okau comedy will be coming later. Get the details after the jump.
The good day for anime about fujoshi continues with a new look at summer's adaptation of Shimoku Kio's Genshiken Nidaime. Tsutomu Mizushima (Girls und Panzer, Squid Girl) is directing the adventures of The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture at Production I.G. Michiko Yokote (some Gintama and Cowboy Bebop) returns to write, with Madoka Magica's Junichiro Taniguchi on character designs. Get a look after the jump.
Japanese record company King Records posted a short version promotional video for Sumire Uesaka's 2nd single "Genshi, Jyoshi wa, Taiyo datta" on its official YouTube channel yesterday. The song will be used as the OP theme for the 2013 Summer TV anime Genshiken: Second Generation. Check the video featuring Kabuki Rocks after the jump!
Otaku, particularly fujoshi, will be the subject of this summer's anime adaptation of Shimoku Kio's Genshiken Nidaime , with Tsutomu Mizushima (Girls und Panzer, Squid Girl) directing the adventures of The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture at Production I.G. Michiko Yokote (Some Gintama and Cowboy Bebop) returns to write, with Madoka Magica's Junichiro Taniguchi on character designs. Get a look at the latest visuals after the jump.
Genshiken: Second Generation has continued to replace cast for the new outing of the Study of Modern Visual Culture college otaku club. Misa Kobayashi replaces Yuki Kaida as Angela Burton and Ikumi Hayama replaces Kaori Shimizu as Keiko Sasahara, while Madoka Yonezawa voices the newly introduced Kumiko Yabusaki, Tada Konomi is Naoko Asada, and Mamiko Noto is Kaminaga. More after the jump.