Rather than coming off the bench, Bandai has introduced Kuroko's Basketball's Tetsuya Kuroko as the starter for a Pooni Pooni Hoppe Dolls figures series. The 25cm mascot is made of special material that allows fans to poke and pinch the face and arms of the adorable baller. This November release sells for 6480yen. Get a look after the jump.
The anime adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's sports manga Kuroko's Basketball is set to be featured in a series of anime movie, starting with a trilogy of Winter Cup compilations. These will be followed by an adaptation of the Kuroko's Basketball EXTRA GAME follow-up manga, schedule for 2017. An early look at the visual for that movie has leaked online.
The official website of the upcoming three-part compilation film series based on the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime's Winter Cup arc today updated with key visuals for its second part "Namida no Saki he" (Ahead of Tears) and third part "Tobira no Mukou" (Beyond The Door). Check the newest visuals after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming three-part compilation film series based on the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime's Winter Cup arc has released a 30-second trailer for its first part "Kage to Hikari" (Shadow and Light), featuring an instrumental version of the theme song performed by OLDCODEX. Check the newest clip after the jump!
It is confirmed today that "Kage to Hikari" (Shadow and Light), the first part of the three-part compilation film series based on the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime's Winter Cup arc, will be screened at 31 Japanese theaters from September 3 for a limited time of two weeks. Check its key visual and more information after the jump.
Following the successful first set released in June 2015, Bandai's apparel division releases the second set of deodorant waters inspired by the seven popular characters from the Kuroko's Basketball anime series. Check the details after the jump.
The official website for the Kuroko's Basketball anime franchise has posted a two-minute PV and two CMs for the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray "KUROBAS CUP 2015" featuring its 20 voice actors. The special event was held at Makuharii Messe Event Hall in Chiba Prefecture twice on September 20, 2015. Check the clips after the jump!
Following the teaser for the three of Kuroko, Kagami and Aomine, the official website for the upcoming stage play adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's sports manga Kuroko's Basketball today posted a main visual of the 10 full main cast, also including Hyuga, Izuki, Kise, Midorima, Kasamatsu, Takao, and Imayoshi. Check the latest visual after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming stage play adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's sports manga Kuroko's Basketball today updated with a teaser visual introducing the three main cast: Kensho Ono as Kuroko Tetsuya, Yuuya Asato as Taiga Kagami and Shota Onuma as Daiki Aomine. Check the latest information after the jump!
It is confirmed today that a stage play adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's popular sport manga Kuroko's Basketball is in the works for April 2016. 26-year-old voice actor Kensho Ono, who has voiced the protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko in the anime adaptations, is set to play the character in the play as well. Hit the jump for more details.
Between the end of December's Comiket 89 and regular character good sales, the line-up of upcoming hug pillows is starting to get busy. Check out what's in store after the jump.
Crunchyroll has announced the addition of two Kuroko's Basketball OVAs to its catalog of streaming anime. Episodes 22.5 and 41.5, in seasons 1 and 2 respectively, are available to premium users now, and to free users on December 7th. More after the jump.
The official YouTube channel for the Kuroko's Basketball anime franchise had posted a 80-second trailer for a new "75.5Q" OVA episode "Saikou no Present-desu" (This is the Best Present), which will be included in the upcoming 9th DVD/Blu-ray volume of the 3rd TV anime series, to be released on December 24, 2015. Check the clip after the jump.