With a few hours left to go, the Kickstar crowdfunding campaign for Akiba Anime Art Magazine vol.00 has hit almost $65,000, far exceeding the initial goal of $4,500 and meeting a dozen stretch goals. More after the jump.
Jed Henry, the artist known for his Ukiyo-e Heroes series of woodblock prints based on characters from classic video games, is closing in on a deadline for a Kickstarter to raise funds for "Edo Heroes," a fighting RPG with Japanese style art for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, PC and Mac. More after the jump.
Indie game Chroma Squad lets players manage their own TV studio that produces Super Sentai TV shows, and even engage in turn-based tactical combat. Best of all, the project hit its funding goal with 15 days to go, so read on for more!
Bedroom Ghost Films is looking to raise 1,000 in a Kickstarter crowdfounding campaign to cover the costs of cosplay, set and travel expenses involved in filming "Anime In Bloom," a collection of live-action short films created to pay homage to popular anime. And, to give you an idea of what they're capable of, they've filmed a bit of live action Sword Art Online teaser. Get a look after the jump.
Following the initial announcement of a Kickstarter campaign for the second episode of the smash hit Little Witch Academia project during last weekend's Anime Expo, the Kickstarter page has gone live and has offered more details on the scope of the project as well as the reward tiers. Hit the jump for the details.
The campaign to crowd source the funding of tabletop RPG OVA: The Anime Role-Playing Game closes this evening having raised over $110,000 in an effort that originally sought $7,500 in pledges. Beyond funding the 156 page print edition of the newly revised game, the nine stretch goals were reached, funding supplementary efforts such as additional eBooks forms and a companion mobile apps. More after the jump.
It didn't take the Time of Eve: The Movie international Blu-ray release Kickstarter long to reach its initial goal, so naturally it's time for stretch goals. Amazingly, the $50,000 stretch goal, which would add an English dub, was obliterated shortly after its introduction. Read on for more.
With interest bubbling for a Time of Eve: The Movie Blu-ray release, Pied Piper, Inc. launched a Kickstarter to make the product a reality. After Time of Eve's six episodes were turned into a feature film experience, Japan got the movie on Blu-ray and DVD in 2011, and now the rest of us can pledge toward our very own. Read on for more.