The hot new otaku obsession of 2013 was the browser based free-to-play game starring anthropomorphic moe battleships Kantai Collection or "Combined Fleet Girls Collection", KanColle for short. Don't quite understand what it's all about? Imagine-Nation, an anime/manga/game spotlight show on NHK World's public broadcasting global service have a helpful overview. More after the jump.
Anime and video game merchandise company Surfers Paradise will be releasing Windows USB keyboards printed with artwork from the browser-based game “Kantai Collection”. YATTAR NEWS has pics and info after the jump!
The official web site for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Kantai Collection/KanColle online social card game finally launched on December 10. Its only page is now featuring the Kanmusu (fleet girl) version of Japanese destroyer Fubuki voiced by Sumire Uesaka. Check the visual after the jump.
In time for this week's Japanese Blu-ray release of the Watamote anime, Good Smile Company will be launching pre-orders for the super deformed Nendoroid Kuroko Tomoko on October 3rd. The acutely awkward heroine is packaged with various unique accessories, such as her trademark Deets headphone and massager. Get a look after the jump.
"Combined Fleet Girls Collection", KanColle for short, has become huge among Japanese otaku. Following recent news that a light novel debuts in November and a manga starts in December, the announcements have just gotten bigger, with a PlayStation Vita game and anime project. More after the jump.
While Kantai Collection or "Combined Fleet Girls Collection", KanColle for short hasn't registered too firmly in the conscious of international Cool Japan enthusiasts, since its launch in April, the free-to-play online social card starring anthropomorphic moe battleships has become huge among Japanese otaku. The game has now inspired a new manga and a light novel series. More after the jump.