In time for their fifth anniversary of their TV anime, Yasuna Oribe (CV Chinatsu Akasaki) and Sonya (CV Mutsumi Tamura) are back. The comedy duo from Kaduho's Kill Me Baby are joining the Manga Time Kirara sorority in "Kirara Fantasia," the upcoming fantasy smartphone RPG co-produced by Houbunsha, Aniplex, and Drecom. Promoting this, the pair, mostly average school girl Yasuna, bring their antics to an animated spot.
The characters from Kaduho's four-panel comedy manga Kill Me Baby are confirmed to join "Kirara Fantasia," the upcoming fantasy smartphone RPG co-produced by Houbunsha, Aniplex, and Drecom. The game featuring the characters from Houbunsha's manga magazines has already attracted over 700,000 pre-registered members in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
Japanese fans are happy to report the return of Kill Me Baby, a 2012 TV anime adaptation of the humorous 4-panel manga by Kaduho about a high school girl and her assassin friends, to Amazon Instant streaming services in Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
In January, the official Kill Me Baby Twitter account celebrated 10,000 followers by presenting a set of 686 icons, matching the initial sales figure for the anime's Blu-ray release. Since then affection forthe anime adaptation of the four panel manga strip about a normal schoolgirl and her deadly assassin classmate had seemed to be growing, and now sales on a new release bear that out. More after the jump.
The hits of comedy anime Kill Me Baby are set to be collected in a "Super" best album on October 16th, packaged with a DVD of new anime adaptations of the four panel manga strip about a normal schoolgirl and her deadly assassin classmate. Get a look at the second promo ad after the jump.
The hits of comedy anime Kill Me Baby are set to be collected in a "Super" best album on October 16th, packaged with a DVD of new anime adaptations of the four panel manga strip about a normal schoolgirl and her deadly assassin classmate. Check out the promo after the jump.
Head back to school with Sentai Filmworks’ newest acquisition: Kill Me Baby. Get ready for 13 episodes of schoolroom mayhem, chaos and destruction directed by Yoshiki Yamakawa (Little Busters!, Hatsukoi Limited) and featuring series composition by Hideki Shirane (Queen’s Blade Rebellion, Dream Eater Merry), character designs by Shinya Hasegawa (Revolutionary Girl Utena), sound direction by Jin Aketagawa (Bodacious Space Pirates, AKB0048) and music by EXPO.
Sentai Filmworks is taking the opportunity to announce a new acquisition with the license of Kill Me Baby. The 13-episode series will be released through select digital outlets and on bilingual DVD later this year. Read on for more.
Apart from the popularity of its end theme dance, the anime adaptation of four panel Kill Me Baby! was notoriously less than successful. To jolt the popularity of the duo comedy about a normal schoolgirl and her deadly assassin classmate, the series' official Twitter presence promised a heap of icons for hitting 10,000. And, after reaching the benchmark, they made good with a series of 686 pics. Get a look after the jump.
Last winter's Kill Me Baby! anime didn't exactly light up the world in terms of ratings or home video sales, but its respectable placement on a number of polls is testimony to how the series did have a following beyond just an appreciation of the cult ending dance. While nothing has been green-lit per se, more might be in the works. Get the details after the jump.
A BigGlobe.jp Anime One user set up a poll to gauge below-expectation anime series from the winter 2012 season. Hit the jump to see if you were similarly disappointed!