The studio behind Nadesico, Love Hina, and the upcoming BanG Dream! is looking for animators. If you're willing to work in Tokyo and have a strong enough resume and portfolio, you could join their team! Hit the jump to find out more!
Fans of Ken Akamatsu's work can get up close and personal with his art in March at Tokyo Skytree Town. A new exhibition, put on in honor of the upcoming UQ HOLDER! anime, will feature original art, memorabilia from Akamatsu's office, and limited-edition goods. Hit the jump for more info!
Negima and Love Hina manga author Ken Akamatsu established the J-Comi website in 2011 to distribute out-of-print manga titles via ad-supported, author-authorized DRM-free e-books. Evolving the offering, a recent J-Comi FANding trial, inspired by Kickstarter and DRM-free Harry Potter eBook Pottermore, met its goal in a blazing twenty minutes. More after the jump.