Anime Expo has announced that July's LA event will host Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari as guests. Together, they will present the premiere of Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, the sequel to the popular Anime Mirai short on Friday 7/3 from 5:45pm – 7:15pm. The premiere event will also include Q&A session afterwards. More after the jump.
The Kickstarter page for Trigger's effort to crowdfund a follow-up to their Little Witch Academia Anime Mirai short has been updated with the project's latest status as of this May. There's good news and bad news. The latter is that the anime is running a bit behind schedule and shipment of the rewards will also be delayed. More after the jump.
Because you demanded it! Inferno Cop, the acclaimed directorial debut of Ninja Slayer From Animation's Akira Amemiya, has now inspired a set of stickers for messaging app Line. Now you can bring order to chaotic texting with justice himself, INFERNO COP! (with some help from the girls of Little Witch Academia). Get a look after the jump.
Hori Takafumi, Little Witch Academia's assistant animation director and main key animator, is psyched about the sequel and his visit along with fellow Kill La Kill vets SUSHIO, Hiromi Wakabayashi and Shigeto Koyama to June's AnimeNext convention. Earlier this year, what had him excited was Cartoon Network's Steven Universe. Check out the results after the jump.
The newest visuals for Studio Trigger's upcoming animation, Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, reveal that the film will feature a trio of trouble-makers. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's now half a season until Trigger unleashes Akira Amemiya's (Inferno Cop, Kill La Kill episode director) adaptation of "Bradley Bond and Philip Ninj@ Morzez'"s Japanese take on the American take on Japanese sci-fi and martial arts light novel series Ninja Slayer. Newtype magazine published a new visual. And, speaking of Trigger projects, they treated fans who help crowdfund the Little Witch Academia sequel to a look at that project.
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.