Following the well-received first lineup last June, Bandai Premium will begin accepting pre-orders for the second lineup of the collaboration PC glasses between JINS PC and the popular basketball-themed TV anime series Kuroko's Basketball on January 19. Check the details of the seven new glasses after the jump.
Streaming service Daisuki has begun simulcasting the third season of sports anime Kuroko's Basketball, subtitled in English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and German. The series, which launched last weekend, opens with preparations for the Winter Cup semi-finals. Granrodeo is back for new theme "Punky Funky Love" while newly-formed rock band Fo'x Tails' is on ending "Glitter Days."
Leading into January's anime return in "Holly Stage for 50 -," the guys of Shonen Hollywood have brought some equal opportunity cuteness to the holiday season with a special visual on the series site. Meanwhile, the Twitter feed for Kuroko's Basketball anime has a "Merry Christmas" message. Get a look after the jump.
Following the ED song "GLITTER DAYS" by Fo'xTails, Lantis has also posted a short version promotional video for "Punky Funky Love, " the OP song for the upcoming third season of the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime, performed by GRANRODEO. This is their fifth OP theme song for the anime franchise. Check the song after the jump.
The official website for five-member rock band Fo'xTails today posted a full promotional video for their major debut singe from Lantis, "GLITTER DAYS." The song will be featured as the ED song for the upcoming third season of the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime, which will premiere on January 10, 2015. Check the PV after the jump.
Tadatoshi Fujimaki's Kuroko's Basketball returns in Jump Next magazine, set to be released December 29th. In it, a sophmore Kuroko and his team square off American street basketball challengers. Get a look after the jump.
According to the latest Oricon weekly manga sales charts, the last 30th tankobon volume of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's basketball-themed manga Kuroko's Basketball, which was published in Japan on December 4, sold 33,7000 copies in its first week, becoming the top-selling manga of the week. Hit the jump for more.