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.
Time flies. Neon Genesis Evangelion debuted on October 4th, 1995. And, while it's celebrating its bronze anniversary, Kill La Kill celebrated its paper anniversary yesterday. Japanese fanartists celebrated the occasion with a special 60 minute drawing challenge. Check out the results after the jump.
This week's episode 12 of Encouragement of Climb season 2, "Dear My Friend" got some assistance from Trigger and Kill La Kill veteran Shota Iwasaki (animation director on episodes 5, 11, 16 and 22, key animator on the second opening). Some familiar company came along for a special cameo appearance. Get a look after the jump.
Aniplex USA announced the launch of new pre-orders a this weekend's Anime Weekend Atlanta. Pre-orders for Sword Art Online - Extra Edition launch on September 29th ahead of a December 23rd release. The DVD set of Silver Spoon's second season is also coming on December 16th. Get the details after the jump.
Anime Weekend Atlanta
Along revealing that Ragyo Kiryuin will be voiced by Laura Post, Nui Harime will be voiced by Stephanie Sheh and Tsumugu Kinagase will be voiced by Kaiji Tang in the Kill la Kill English dub, Aniplex USA announced on last night's September webcast that the series' episode 25 OVA will be screened at New York Comic Con on October 11th. More after the jump.
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.