Acclaimed short Little Witch Academia has joined the amazingly comprehensive list of anime to inspire a set of stamps for messenger app LINE. Creator/director/character designer Yoh Yoshinari, who is scheduled to return for the anime's sequel, illustrates the set of stamps, which sell for $0.99. Get a look after the jump.
Timed for the holidays, Trigger and producer Naoko Tsutsumi have gone to Kickstarter with an update on their production of a crowdfunded follow-up to their Little Witch Academia anime short. Get a look after the jump.
Little Witch Academia's crowdfunding campaign Kickstarter page and Anime Matsuri have announced that the Houston event will present the premiere of Trigger's second magical anime short in April 2015 with director Yoshinari Yoh at the special preview. He's also provided a special sketch to accompany the news. Get a look after the jump.
While Kill La Kill is undoubtedly keeping Trigger busy this season, the studio's Yoh Yoshinari did find time for a special Halloween treat to fans, posted on Twitter and on the Kickstarter page for Little Witch Academia. Check it out after the jump.
Trigger, the folks who Kickstarted their sequel to Little Witch Academia, are trying out another innovative idea. Asexplains, "I've been wanting to do this for a while. Making random sketch from animators and other contents available for $1 purchase. Our first upload as an test will be Inferno Cop's main theme." More after the jump.
Details for the Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of Trigger's Little Witch Academia anime were announced last week, but the pricing had yet to be revealed. Now that pre-orders are officially open, the set can be yours for ¥6,000 ($61). More after the jump.
Announced back in June, publisher acttil's Little Witch Academia collector's edition now has pre-order details for hungry fans looking to own Trigger's anime. Pre-orders officially kick off worldwide at Trigger's online store on August 13, and the collector's edition will ship from Japan in early September. More after the jump.
If you backed Little Witch Academia’s second episode on Kickstarter, good news: the crowd-sourced fundraiser just achieved stretch goals. What does that mean for backers? Hit the jump to find out more.
Anime studio Trigger has Tweeted that their popular Little Witch Academia is set to inspire a "comic short" manga, written by Terio Teri (author of some hentai work, an Evangelion tribute and one volume action comedy Hlocclinie), and published in older audience magazine Ultra Jump. More after the jump.
If you were hoping Little Witch Academia’s wild Kickstarter success would mean a longer anime, I’ve got some bad news for you. Find out what the extra bucks could nab you after the jump.