Digital Manga has announced that the first volume of psychic-girl dramedy Kotoura-san and the first and second volumes of the manga adaptation of Chūgaku Akamatsu and Kobuichi's Aria the Scarlet Ammo light novels are coming soon to their eManga site. More after the jump.
In a fun, gimmicky release, Hobby Stock is offering Kotoura-san's titular psychic heroine featured on a pair of mousepads. Specifically, a "realistic" version of the character is featured on a standard 2D mousepad, while male lead Yoshihisa Manabe's fantasy version of the character is featured on a 3D mousepad. Get a look after the jump.
If you're a little sad that the Kotoura-san anime is ending this week, you're not the only one. Haruka certainly looks blue and in need of a hug on a pillow cover that character goods maker Movic has scheduled for June release. Get a look at this, plus rival Cospa's Problem Children and Sakurasou covers after the jump.
Flying Dog has been running a series of promos for Kotoura-san with the theme song single due on March 30th and the first home video due on April 3rd. What's cute and a bit disturbing about the ads is that after featuring anime clips, the spots started featuring the staring face of a plushie. Get a look after the jump.
Before it was an anime series, Kotoura-san was a four panel manga series, and before it was print manga, it was web serialized. To celebrate this weekend's release of the fourth collection, Comic Zin in Akihabara is doing an autograph signing on February 21st. Comic Zin and other book stores, will be carrying unique sketch cards with the book. Get a look after the jump.
In a new video, over forty anonymous frequenters of the (in)famous 4chan's anime-dedicated /a/ image board performed a cover of this season's psychic comedy/drama Kotoura-san's opening theme "Sonna Koto Ura no Mata Urabanashi Desho." Get a listen after the jump.
This season's psychic girl anime Kotoura-San seems like it's become something of a success. A recent episode got an impressive 93% positive response on Nico, while it's already being used to promote local tourism, and even a baseball team has taken to emulate it. Now, you can share in the excitement by making your own Kotoura-San paper doll, based on the template tweeted by @lomy251. Grab it after the jump.
Japanese record label FlyngDog has posted a short version promotional video for popular anime voice actress/singer Megumi Nakajima's 8th single "Sonna Koto Ura no Mata Urabanashi Desho?", the OP theme for a 2013 winter TV anime Kotoura-San. Hit the jump for the cute music video!