On a netcast today, Good Smile Company previewed a selection of figure, the pre-orders for which will be launching soon. In the eyes of many fans, the highlight was a poseable figma of Kill La Kill's Satsuki. The figure, with alternate shout and smiling expressions, paper background students, Bakuzan-Gako, Bakuzan-Kouryu and matching part of Ryoko's scissor sword, goes on sale next week for 6,500 yen. Get a look after the jump.
Kill La Kill character designer flew into LA on the 15th, then hit Vegas ahead of this weekend's Otakon Vegas convention. With this crew, Mako, Guts and Kilowog, he excitedly hit the hotel, and you bet there's photos. Check them out after the jump.
Today Otakon Vegas, Aniplex of America asked... is the US ready for Kill La Kill on Toonami?! The series debuts 7th at 11:30PM. Check out the preview after the jump.
While we're almost two weeks into 2015, artists are still finding time to post their New Year's art. Kill La Kill character designer Sushio has all the bases covered. He celebrated NYE with a series of running message illustrations. Now, he's back, offering a look at the KlK New Year's greeting card art. Check it out after the jump.
Shirts are lifted. There's lots of shouting. In other words, Kill La Kill character designer Sushio has celebrated 2015 with a series of countdown illustrations. Check them out after the jump.
Kill La Kill's Nonon Jakuzure (and Haruhara Haruko in FLCL ), Mayumi Shintani, turns 39-years-old today, and to celebrate, KlK character designer Sushio shared a special tribute. Get a look after the jump.
With pre-orders for the figure opening tomorrow, Good Smile Company's Kahotan Blog has posted a preview of their 1/8th scale Kill La Kill Satsuki Kiryuin: Senketsu Ver. figure, based on the garage kit by Iwanaga Sakurako from Shokubutu Shojo-en originally sold as a at Wonder Festival 2014 (Summer). Get a look after the jump.
The Newtype Anime Awards of 2014 have concluded and the winners have been announced as of the Machi Asobi event on Saturday. Hit the jump for more!
The web voting is done, and at a ceremony at this weekend's Machi Asobi anime event, prominent magazine Newtype has awarded their fan selected prizes to 2013-2014 anime. Check out the Kill La Kill and iM@s dominated results after the jump.