Looks like the rumors and suggestions of more Little Busters! anime are proving true. The recent run of J.C.Staff adaptation of Key's (Kanon, Air, Clannad) sixth visual novel ended with a promo for "Refrain." However, specific plans for an adaptation of the scenario have yet to be revealed. Get a look after the jump.
Figures makers Good Smile Company has posted new previews of Nendoroid super deformed figures of wooser’s hand-to-mouth life's Ren and Darth wooser, Little Busters' Rin Natsume and Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT's Kobato Hasegawa. The first two are available for pre-order now ahead of July releases, while Kobato preorders start next week. Get a look after the jump.
Ever listen to an anime song and just feel sad or wistful? A Japanese poll ranked the most moving songs in anime. Check out the top fifteen songs to hit you in the feels after the jump.
Following the Onii-chan dakedo Ai sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne! exhibition in last November, Geestore Osaka Annex in Otaroad is now holding a special exhibition featuring the popular visual novel/anime series Little Busters! for a limited time from February 9th to March 10th. Check the photo report from the biggest Otaku city in Western Japan after the jump!
Sentai Filmworks is proud to announce its newest acquisition: Little Busters! Based on the visual novel by Key (Clannad, Kanon), this 26 episode series is directed by Yoshiki Yamakawa (Kill Me Baby, Hatsukoi Limited) and features series composition by Michiru Shimada (Nanatsuiro Drops, Shugo Chara!) and character designs by Haruko Iizuka (Inu X Boku SS, Sisters of Wellber).
Sentai Filmworks had another announcement to make today, and this time it was none other than Little Busters! The anime based on Key's visual novel will be available soon through select digital outlets, with a home video release planned for later this year. Read on for more!
Check it out! Yet another new streaming anime series is coming soon to Crunchyroll and perhaps you’ve heard of it before… Little Busters! Read on for full details!
The Japanese Warner Brothers Anime YouTube channel just got caught up on its Little Busters! clips. In addition to the previous cast promos, and a recent one featuring members of the titular Little Busters clique Masato and Kengo, there's a new second, extended preview. Get a look after the jump.
Meet Kudryavka "Kud" Noumi, Little Busters' Japanese/Russian cutie, voiced by Naomi Wakabayashi (IdolM@ster's Ritsuko Akizuki) in this fall's anime. See her spotlight promo after the jump.