With next week's Blu-ray set release of Gurren Lagann, Gainax has brought back mechanical designer/animator animator Yoh Yoshinari to end their fifth anniversary tribute art series. The end is a more than a bit bittersweet as any of the series veterans have left for Trigger, with further connection to studio and material left very much in doubt. So, check out the last hurrah after the jump.
The wait is almost over. The much hyped Blu-ray set of Gurren Lagann will be out June 26th and Gainax is going strong into the finish line with more tributes on their site's weekly welcome page. The latest is from ever impressive animator Akira Amemiya. Get a look after the jump.
Gainax has brought in an interesting guest artist for their latest Gurren Lagann tribute art. Kanetake Ebikawa has provided mecha design for the various incarnation of Fullmetal Panic!, both the anime and light novels. He's also been instrumental in Gundam 00, Gundam AGE and Yukikaze. He's also a go to guy for in-anime monitor graphics, with contributions to everything from Eureka 7 to Halo Legends to Ouran High School Host Club. Get a look after the jump.
Building up to the Blu-ray release, Gainax continues their series of Gurren Lagann tributes. In the latest, they've featured the works of Kotarou Mori, author of Little Stray Devil (released in North America by DrMaster) and the GL manga series, and by Mamoru Yokata, the illustrator for Rune Soldier Louie as well as hentai doujinshi and games. Get a look at the pair after the jump.
The weekend is off to an earth-shattering start as Crunchyroll adds three anime titles from Aniplex to the ever-growing library of streaming video, including Ghost Slayers Ayashi, R.O.D -The TV, and… Gurren Lagann! Read on for full details!
The Gurren Lagann fifth anniversary revival comes to North America with Aniplex importing the Blu-ray set, to be released on June 26th for $669.98, and DVD box, to be released on May 14th for $174.98. Art for the top box, bottom box and digipack have started to circulated Japanese web sites. Get a look after the jump.
Gainax's Gurren Lagann celebration continues this week with new guest tribute art from Mari Shimazaki, best known as the character designer of Bayonetta. I'm not sure that what it's implying about some of the character is entirely canonical, but the work in question is definitely great looking. Check it out after the jump.
April 21st is a shared birthday for two voice actors, Katsuyuki Konishi and Hiro Shimono! Konishi visited the US a few times and some of you may have met him at conventions. Shimono is famous for his love of Karaage, Japanese fried chicken, other than his acting. Come celebrate their birthdays after the jump!
The Gurren Lagann fifth anniversary revival comes to North America with Aniplex importing the Blu-ray set, to be released on June 26th for $669.98, and DVD box, to be released on May 14th for $174.98. Get a look at Aniplex's newly posted trailer after the jump.
Sometimes fans get to enjoy the singing talents of certain voice actors in the openings and endings of anime and character songs, and many of them display great singing skills. Goo Ranking posted the result of the Top 10 Voice Actors Who Can Sing, as voted on by NTT customers in Japan. See the result after the jump!
Gainax is back to tapping former staffers for their series of Gurren Lagann revival tributes. This time, it's sakuga-fan favorite Sushio, whose work can be seen in spotlighted in episode 15 and movies, as well as the Rebuild of Evangelion movies, the finale of Diebuster, the Mamoru Hosoda directed sixth One Piece movie, and the animated segment of Kill Bill. Get a look at his new Gurren Lagann piece after the jump.
Aniplex of America had some huge news for attendees of its Sakura-Con panel earlier today. Along with the confirmation of the Valvrave the Liberator stream, the company also confirmed that it would re-release Gurren Lagann on home video in a new DVD boxset as well as releasing the Japanese Blu-Ray boxset slated for later this Spring. Hit the jump for all of the details
In this year's series of Gurren Lagann revival tributes, Gainax has brought in staffers, as well as artists known for their mecha illustrations. After bringing in an ero artist in the last post, another interesting and unexpected artist was featured in the latest. The '90s are back with Rui Araizumi, artist on the Slayers light novels and manga, offering another take on the mecha series. Get a look after the jump.
In this year's series of Gurrem Lagann revival tributes, Gainax has brought in current and former staffers, artists known for their Gundam illustrations and, now, an ero artist. Kohaku Sumeragi from the L. L. Milk circle has contributed to a host of eroge games, as well as adult dounjinshi parodies of Sailor Moon, Monster Hunter, Dragon Quest and the like. See his Gurren Lagann work after the jump.
Shigeto Koyama, who has recently been busy with some of the fabulous concepts in Inferno Cop, as well as offering some new designs to the Star Driver movie, made a brief return to his Gainax work to offer the latest tribute Gurren Lagann. The studio has been running a series of staff and guest illustrations on its official site, coordinated with the series re-airing and its upcoming Blu-ray release. Get a look after the jump.