Hallelujah! Kill La Kill fans looking for a Mako Mankanshoku t-shirt will be very pleased to see the shirt that Cospa has lined up for June release. This two-sided item is joined by black final uniform and Nui Harime skull shirts, each selling for 3,132yen. Check them out after the jump.
This summer, you'll inevitably be seeing Kill La Kill cosplayers challenging public decency standards at anime conventions across the globe. The bar for boldness is already being set pretty high, especially as demonstrated by Switzerland's @Meidocafe and @kurokku. What they're doing in their apartments and the streets of Zurich has to be seen to be believed. Check it out after the the jump.
The otaku artists at color's "ita nail salon" ("ita" as in itasha, the "painmobiles" you see decorated with anime decals) regularly share a look at their work on Twitter. Today, @colors_sumina really went all out with their design, laying on the 3D elements and sparklesm for a full set of Kill La Kill nails. Check out the results after the jump.
A fan going by the moniker Motchin recently scored big points on the anime category of Japan's Nico Nico Douga video site with a demonstration that the animation for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders opening goes surprisingly well with Kill La Kill's opening "ambiguous" by GRANiDELiA. Get a look after the jump.
Hardcore Chocolate, makers of t-shirts inspired by punk, movies and pro-wrestling, is back with a third stylized Kill la Kill shirt. This time, its Ms. Satsuki Kiryuin herself! Get a look after the jump.
Kill La Kill makes a brief return in September in OVA episode 25, set to be released with volume 9 of the series. This is apparently a graduation episode, which suggests that there won't be swimsuit or hot springs episodes. Recognizing the gap, fan artist shinonoko has filled it in with a bit of their own hypothetical beach ep. Get a look after the jump.
One of the elements of the reference laden Kill La Kill is that its episodes were all named for songs, mostly the same 70s/80s time frame as the Go Nagai manga and Sukeban Deka-type pop culture built into its DNA. With the series now concluded, we've gone back and taken a look at the musical references. Check it out after the jump.
Character goods maker Cospa has some interesting eyewear on the way. For Kill La Kill, they're reproducing Aikuro Mikisugi's sunglasses (which do function as sunglasses) and Houka Inumuta teaming with Coolens to recreate Houka Inumuta's glasses (unlike other collaborations, these ones aren't available with prescription lenses). Then, they're offering a World Conquest Zvezda Plot sleeping mask. More after the jump.
It's a little too late for an actual April Fools joke, but YouTube creator Tony Le has put together what might happen if 4Kids got a hold of Studio Trigger's high-energy hit Kill la Kill. Hit the jump to get a first (fake) look at high-octane action anime Bully la Bully!
Food humor can be a bit local, so the April Fools' Day joke on the Kill La Kill site might not totally translate. Konnyaku is a mostly tasteless gelatinous food that gives texture to dishes such as oden,made from a fibrous plant in the same family as taro. Here, it's been mixed with life fibers. Check out the results after the jump.
In addition to a digipak with art by Sushio and genga booklet, the limited edition of Kill La Kill's 5th volume, due May 7th, will feature an Original Soundtrack vol. 2 CD. Check out the official preview after the jump.