Are you ready for the ominously named Kill La Kill episode 21, "Incomplete?" Animator Kengo Saito and more of the series staff certainly are. See the sketches they put together to hype its debut after the jump.
Akihabara's Cure Maid Cafe has a new anime attraction launching next weekend and running through the first week of April. In addition to the famous maid service, the venue will be hosting a selection of special Kill La Kill drinks, meals and desserts. Check out the menu after the jump.
Enjoying your winter anime? The Japanese fans are, and they made sure to rank their top ten shows this season. Check out how your favorite shows did after the jump.
If you’re dying to see what the Ryuko and Mako Nendoroids are going to look like, good news: pictures have popped up showing us some of the finer details for Ryuko’s Nendoroid, as well as prototype pictures of Mako. Get a good look after the jump.
Going into this week's episode, studio Trigger's newletter has said "Kill La Kill is almost near the end, and it's getting more exciting by the episode. This upcoming episode 20 is possibly my most favorite out of the series. Yes, it could be said that it's another cliché plot, but boy do I love it! " More animators have chimed in with their excitment. Get a look after the jump.
If you're not up to date with Kill La Kill, you might want to skip this one. Things have certainly gotten serious, as demonstrated by how new episode hype is creeping up earlier in the week. Kengo Saito (key animation on the opening) gets the ball rolling for episode 20, "Far from the Madding Crowd," with a couple of quite intense sketches. Get a look after the jump.
In addition to all the 2D art that Kill La Kill has inspired, the series' exciting direction moved @LEGOdouMoko to build some amusing new homages to the Trigger anime. They've done Nonon Jakuzure's Symphony Regalia as well as Uzu Sanageyama's Blade Regalia, but seem especially fond of Aikuro Mikisugi's Dotonbori Robo (DTR!). Get a look after the jump.
Yesterday, "" posted an Kill La Kill meets Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt opening parody. While this is pretty cool and of itself, what's cooler is that when it was pointed out to Sushio, an animation director on both series and character designer on KlK, he called the work "amazing!" Get a look after the jump.
After its preview at recent events like Winter Wonder Festival, Medicom Toy's Real Action Heroes figure Kill La Kill's Ryuko is already ready to go on sale February 24th. Orders are being taken ahead of a November release, with the 27cm premium figure selling for the similarly premium price of 21,500yen. Get a look after the jump.
Ryoka Yuzuki, voice of Satsuki in Kill La Kill, has had an interesting career. See the recent Kill La Kill sketch she's posted after the jump.
Hardcore Chocolate, makers of t-shirts inspired by punk, movies and pro-wrestling, is back with a second stylized Kill La Kill shirt, and it's one that many fans have been waiting for. Namely, here's the two star transformed version of Mako! Get a look after the jump.
After introducing their fuzzy, oversized MofuMofu smartphone cases based on Free!'s Iwatobi-chan, Kill La Kill's Guts and Arpeggio of Blue Steel's Yotaro, GrooveGarage is now set with an equally crazy line of CharaFuku character outfits for your phone. Kill La Kill is back with a Senketsu case, joined by A Certain Scientific Railgun's Tokiwadai Middle School uniform and Accelerator's summer t-shirt. Get a look after the jump.