In a new video, PBS Idea Channel asks "Is Kill La Kill a Warning about Wearable Technology?" The program digs into aspects of the conversation like could the uniforms be considered technology? And how does fascism play a role in all this? Get a look after the jump.
It's now less than two weeks away from the September 3rd Japanese release of the ninth and final volume of Kill La Kill home video, with its accompanying OVA episode. To promote this, an early look at this last collection's packaging has been posted online. Check out the complete set below.
A special advanced preview of the Kill La Kill OVA episode 25 with cast message is planned for August 30th at Umeda Burg 7 and August 31 at Shinjuku Wald 9. With tickets selling on the 23rd, a 31-second preview has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
Medicom Toys Real Action Hero line offers premium figures, upwards of 30cm, with plenty of stitched clothes and accessories. The line has introduced three new figures, coming in 2015: No.682 Girls und Panzer Miho Nishizumi in April, No.683, Kill la Kill Satsuki Kiryuin (Kamui Junketsu Ver.) in May and No.684 RAH NEO EVA-13, also in May. Get a look after the jump.
The eighth Japanese volume of Kill la Kill is getting ready to drop on August 6, packing episodes 21-23 with a nice little collection of goodies. Bonuses include a gatefold case, another digipak illustrated by character designer Sushio, a special art board collection, and Drama CD vol. 4, with some of the audio previewed after the jump.
Character goods maker/retailer Broccoli has previewed the slate of merch that they'll be bringing to this summer's Comiket 86 doujinshi mega-event. In addition to a Kill La Kill full-print t-shirt (7,500yen), which be sold at Gamers after the event, there's a two side Ryuko/Satsuki hug pillow (9,500yen). Get a look after the jump.