Following up on last week's IDOL WARS (Part 1), Isaac returns with the second installment of this idol battles—featuring a death match between Love Live!, The Idol Master, and AKB0048. Which idol show will come out on top? Hit the jump to find out!
Ever wonder who the best anime idol character is? Don't worry, Isaac's got you covered in this week's ANIWORDS! And not only does he have the authoritative list of the best five anime idols, he's also got some thoughts on the battle he endured to acquire such knowledge—hit the jump for all of this, and more!
The singing, dancing electro-divas of Perfume had a busy year performing around the world in cities like LA, New York, Taipei, and London. Now, their globe-trotting adventures have been captured in a documentary film to be released next month. Enjoy the trailer, and a tease of a new song, after the jump!
Akiahabara-bred idol group Dempagumi.inc bring it all back home with their new song and promo video “Akihabalife”, a time-travelling trip through Tokyo’s world famous otaku neighborhood. Enjoy after the jump!
Akihabara’s other sensational idol group, Denpagumi.inc, deliver their latest visually stunning and brain-busting new PV today in the form of the manga-inspired “If the Earth Breaks into Bits Tomorrow". Enjoy some trippy sights and sounds after the jump!
Alarmingly genki idol group Hime Kyun Fruit Can have a game they want you to play in the form of their new retro-inspired PV for their song ““Ai no BRKN!!” Enjoy a sugar rush of a song, with some cool graphics to boot, after the jump!
Japanese idol group du jour Dempagumi.inc are back with a new song and a cosplay heavy promo video that doubles as the theme song for the Phantom of the Kill mobile game. Watch the preview after the jump!
Hyperactive Akiba-bred idol group Dempagumi.inc are here to assault your eyeballs and eardrums with a wild music video for their new song “Dempari Night. Take a deep breath and dive in after the jump!
Japanese illustration site pixiv recently passed the whopping 10-million user mark. Naturally, they’ve hired an 10-girl-strong idol group to help celebrate this historic event. Watch the music video for “pixiv Ondo” after the jump!
Japanese idol group Cheeky Parade recently visited the Big Apple for the first time to attend the CBGB Music festival. A whirlwind music video documenting the trip is now available for viewing. Enjoy after the jump!
The stakes are high as Japanese guys in colored cosplay wigs dance around like mechanical men at the Tokyo Robot Restaurant in the new promo video by boy band Bullet Train. Watch it, and steal moves for your own inevitable robot dance, after the jump!