Your figma toys can pack some serious firepower soon with the release of a 1/12 scale figma vehicle of the "Panzer IV Ausf. D" tank driven by the Anglerfish Team of TV anime Girls und Panzer. Hit the jump to check it out.
DJ Hodaka is a self-described enthusiast of Japanese military history, climbing, tattoos and moe anime. Along with hip hop remixes of World War II music and photos of their Encouragement of Climb inspired hiking gear, they've been on social media showing off their Girls und Panzer ink. And, nicely timed for last week's birthday of the series' tank otaku Yukari Akiyama, they're now able of offer a look at the completed work.
A new trailer for the Girls und Panzer movie has been accompanied by the introduction of Asami Seto (Witch Craft Works' Ayaka Kagari) as Chihatan Academy captain Kinuyo Nishi. Art for the second incentive for advanced tickets to the November 21st movie has also been revealed. Get a look after the jump.
While the Girls und Panzer movie doesn't open until November 21st, advanced tickets go on sale June 6th. For the first offering, the incentive bonus is a selection of 13 clearfiles presenting a time series of a day in the life of competitors of Ōarai Prefectural Girls High School as well as their sensha-dō rivals. Get a look after the jump.
Following a crossover stamp rally at the recent Machi ★ Asobi event, Kadokawa and Silver Link have announced that their Non Non Biyori x Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya collaboration will continue with the cover for the August issue of Nyantype magazine, out June 30th. That and more after the jump.
Ryohei "Huke" Fuke (Metal Gear Solid, Black Rock Shooter, Steins;Gate) had a spurt of art posts on Twitter this week. Along with Girls und Panzer Yukari Akiyama piece for an Excel fanbook, there's a Fate/stay night Berserker done in ink and an impressive Fate/zero piece. Get a look after the jump.
Japanese car racing team Pacific Racing Team linked up with Squid Girl in 2011-2012, Ghost in the Shell: Arise in 2013, Love Live! for the 2014 season, and now Girls und Panzer for 2015. While they don't promise any tank drifting along the lines of the TV anime's finale, the drift racing that launches the D1 Grand Prix series on April 18, 2015 in Obaida, and to prepare, the visual and collaboration goods have been previewed.
Following the announcement earlier today, the official website for the Girls und Panzer anime series updated with a new key visual and a 90-second "preparation" PV for the upcoming feature film. The tagline is, "Torimodose--" (take it back). Check them after the jump.