Relive the epic battles of Gurren Lagann in the best way possible: with a collab cafe! Crunchy snack Umaibo and anime radio station ANION are teaming up to bring a custom menu and limited-edition goods to Kabukicho this month. Preview the event after the jump!
The last weekend, the makers of Gurren Lagann reunited to discuss the towering mecha anime at Ikebukuro HUMAX Cinemas on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. From of the take-aways from this Trigger Night 7 event was that Good Smile Company will be created a super-deformed figure of beloved big-bro Kamina. And, speaking of chibi-dudes, GSC aso reminded fans that they're hard at work on the Nendoroid of Blood Blockade Battlefront's Klaus Von Reinherz .
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann ran April 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007, and the 10th anniversary celebrations are continuing with a line of goods based on the Kessen! Otokogumi Hen drama CD, turned Saki Nonoyama manga - where the cast becomes hot blooded Japanese schoolmates.
Aniplex of America teamed up with Otakon to celebrate mecha anime Gurren Lagann's 10th Anniversary. They also worked with the English dub cast to bring fans a special message from the voice actors, which was first played at the convention's Anniversary Event with ADR Director Tony Oliver and voice actors Michelle Ruff (Yoko) and Kyle Hebert (Kamina) in attendance.
Aniplex of America has announced plans to celebrate this year's 10th anniversary of Gurren Lagann with an event at Otakon in Washington D.C. on August 12, 2017. This will feature a panel with English dub cast members Kyle Hebert (voice of Kamina) and Michelle Ruff (voice of Yoko), as well as Tony Oliver, who served as English ADR Director and script writer for the series. More after the jump.
As this year's 10th anniversary of the Gurren Lagann continues to pierce the heavens, character goods maker/seller Hobby Stock has series heroine Yoko Littner on a new hug pillow. One side has her classic bikini top and hot pants, the other is based an outfit from the Kirameki Yoko Box music video. It's selling for 12,960 yen ahead of a September release. Get a look after the jump.
In honor of the series' 10th anniversary Gainax mecha spectacular Gurren Lagann is getting rebroadcast starting July 5th on Tokyo MX1 and BS11. The lead into the premiere included a teaser that a significant announcement was going to be made during the first episode. And, what ultimately emerged from the underground village to pierce the heavens was news of... new Blu-ray boxes. More after the jump.
In honor of the series's 10th anniversary Gainax mecha spectacular Gurren Lagann is getting rebroadcast starting July 5th on Tokyo MX1 and BS11. And, there might be something more to this. Plans for a major announcement are now being teased, with the reveal scheduled to air with the first episode of the re-run.
In time for the mecha anime's 10th anniversary, Aniplex of America announced at their industry panel at A-Kon that Gurren Lagann will be getting a complete Blu-ray Box Set release. The Blu-ray Box Set will include all 27 episodes of the TV anime as well as both feature length movies –Childhood’s End- and –The Lights in the Sky Are Stars-. Pre-orders begin on June 12, 2017 and the formal release date will be August 8, 2017.
Happy 10th anniversary Gurren Lagann. The Gainax mecha series debut 10 years ago this spring, and what better way to celebrate than Big Bro Kamina, and his big, ripped chest. Emontoys is offering this new figure. The 1/8 scale, 23cm Aniki is sculpted by Naoto Moriwaki with Shimon Oguma and painted by Etsuhiko Matsuda. He sells for 14,904yen ahead of an October release.
Ten years ago this season, Hiroyuki Imaishi directed Gurren Lagann. One year ago, he masterminded Space Patrol Luluco. In between (August, 2011, but they've been celebrating their fifth anniversary recently), he co-founded anime studio Trigger. In honor of the spring anniversaries of the anime, the anime great has sketched some tribute art. Get a look after the jump.
"Who the hell do you think we are?" We're "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog", and this week we're taking a look back at a special series that is revving up to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a look at Studio Gainax's 2007 mecha anime, Gurren Lagann. Hit the jump to pierce the heavens with your drill.
In this week's Creative Spotlight, Brandon looks at Hiroyuki Imaishi, the director of Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill, and Space Patrol Luluco. Known for his explosive style of animation and fondness for lens flares, Imaishi is one of the most iconic directors and animators working in the industry. Hit the jump to read more!