We're now up to the final of the eight Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game x NBA team pairings, selected by manga author Tadatoshi Fujimaki and drawn by the anime character designer Yoko Kikuchi. The introduction notes that they had to make sure to include Tatsuya Himuro since he grew up in the US, and, given his passion for basketball, had to have been a long-time NBA fan.
We're now up to the seventh of the eight Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game x NBA team pairings, selected by manga author Tadatoshi Fujimaki and drawn by the anime character designer Yoko Kikuchi. This time, it's the champion Cleveland Cavaliers. The introduction compares Generation of Miracles Ace Daiki Aomine to Cavs star LeBron James, crediting both with overwhelming ability, both on offense and defense.
Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai today started accepting pre-orders for two wireless stereo headsets collaborating with the upcoming anime film Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game for a March 2017 release in Japan. The collaboration items are inspired by the two teams appear in the film, VORPALSWORDS and Strky. Check the product photos after the jump!
Ahead of the anime feature, Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game, manga author Tadatoshi Fujimaki, who also serves as the supervisor for the anime film, picked eight NBA teams for the collaboration project from all 30 teams in the league. Character illustrations wearing the eight NBA uniforms were then drawn by the anime character designer Yoko Kikuchi. It takes a little explanation to understand why Atsushi Murasakibara is wearing a Phoenix Suns jersey.
Kuroko's Basketball is up to its fifth NBA collaboration illustration, this time with Ryōta Kise in a Golden State jersey. The introduction notes that the Warriors four decade history includes 4 champshionships, including one in 2015, and that the team's blue and yellow color scheme perfectly complements Kise'. Get a look after the jump.
Kuroko's Basketball is up to its fourth NBA collaboration illustration, this time with Seijūrō Akashi in an LA jersey. The accompanying introduction notes that the Lakers are a prestigious team with a following in Japan thanks to players like Magic Johnson. More after the jump.
The San Antonio Spurs aren't flashy, but they consistently excel with their effective teamwork and technique. So, they've been paired with the titular lead in the latest Kuroko's Basketball x NBA collaboration. Get a look after the jump.
Shintarō Midorima is shipping out to Boston in the latest collaboration between Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game and the NBA. Ahead of the anime feature, manga author Tadatoshi Fujimaki, who also serves as the supervisor for the film, picked eight teams for the collaboration project from all 30 teams in the league. It donned the green for the latest with Midorima in a Celtics jersey.
The official website for the upcoming film Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game today announced collaboration with NBA (National Basketball Association), an eminent men's professional basketball league in North America, mainly focusing on releasing original goods. Check the first collaboration art of Taiga Kagami wearing the uniform of Chicago Bulls after the jump!
The official website for "Kuroko's Basketball: OVER-DRIVE," the upcoming second stage play adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki's popular sports manga, today updated with a first main visual featuring its four main cast, including 27-year-old voice actor Kensho Ono who reprises his role as the protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko. Check the latest information after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming all-new film Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game today posted a 60-second full trailer featuring the theme song "Glorious days" performed by two-member unit GRANRODEO. They have provided the theme songs for the franchise since the TV anime first season in 2012. Check the latest clip after the jump!
If you're hungry for more Kuroko's Basketball, Crunchyroll launched episode 75.5, "The Greatest Present," yesterday afternoon at 5:00pm PST. Read on for more.