Imagine a world in which Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro was more along the lines of Dragon Ball Z. What if Princess Mononoke disrupted nature with the gotta catch 'em all attitude of Pokémon? College Humor's latest short shows what it would be like if Miyazaki films were any other type of anime after the jump.
Mondo has announced the limited edition vinyl release of Studio Ghibli Kokyo Kyokushu, a compilation of selections from Studio Ghibli films Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Cat Returns and My Neighbors The Yamadas, featuring performances from the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Studio Ghibli Kokyo Kyokushu will be available for on vinyl for the first time on July 26 at mondotees.com. More after the jump.
In 2011, Mondo, the makers of highly sought after, highly limited posters, announced its partnership with Studio Ghibli, presenting a series coinciding with GKids/New York International Children's Film Festival's Ghibli retrospective. The series continues with variants of their Olly Moss Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away pieces being brought to San Diego Comic-Con. Get a look after the jump.
Disney has confirmed retailer listings that Studio Ghibli's classic My Neighbor Totoro, along with master anime director Hayao Miyazaki's more recent Howl's Moving Castle have been slated for a May 21st release. The two DVD/Blu-ray combo packs will sell for $40 each. Get the details after the jump.