The Nintendo 3DS High School DxD game was originally supposed to hit Japan on November 28, but a slight delay saw it pushed back to the following month. Read on for the new release date and more.
Yamato USA is now working with retailers who want to offer the 1/4.5 Rias Gremory cast off figure. If you're not familiar with figure terminology, "cast-off" means that the clothes are removable. Here, the functionality is emphasized, with product copy advertising that you can "enjoy exchanging her dresses (PVC and real Fabric dresses included). Her devil wings are detachable! Fully CAST-OFF!" Get a look a look after the jump.
Today was Yen Press' turn to announce a slate of manga licenses at New York Comic Con. The most recognizable name, and a nice representative of the trend towards the supernatural was High School DxD, Ichiei Ishibumi and Hiroji Mishima's manga take on the series about a lech resurrected as a demon. Get the full list after the jump.
FUNimation Entertainment announced today that it has acquired the broadcast, home video, merchandising, mobile and streaming rights to the anime series, High School DxD. The anime is based on the Japanese light novel series by Ichiei Ishibumi. FUNimation plans to release the series on DVD and Blu-ray. Simulcast will be Mondays at 4pm CST, beginning January 23, 2012.
FUNimation Entertainment has some fresh winter anime to add to its lineup with the announcement of High School DxD. FUNimation will begin simulcasting the series—which adapts Ichiei Ishibumi's light novels—each Monday at 4:00pm CST, starting January 23, with DVD and Blu-ray releases planned, as well. More after the jump.