Inori Minase is something of a rookie voice actress. Love Lab author Ruri Miyahara has posted a special sketch wishing "Inorin" a happy 18th birthday. Get a look after the jump.
Sorry, there's no commercial version of "Huggy" the hug pillow yet. Instead, character goods maker is featuring Love Lab heroines Riko Kurahashi and Natsuo Maki on a pair of hug pillows. Due to be release in January, the 50cm x 150cm covers go for 10,500yen each. Get a look after the jump.
Love Lab manga author Ruri Miyahara has been doing a lot of Tweeting lately, posting various sketches and experiments. While preparing for the December issue of Manga Time Special, the four panel comedy artist managed to put together a special illustration for the season. Get a look after the jump.
Do you dream about starting the day with moe? Well, Movic has the clock for you! The Love Lab alarm clock has three conversations between anime stars Riko Kurahashi (Manami Numakura) and Natsuo Maki (Chinatsu Akasaki). Measuring 18 x 12 x 6cm, it ships in November for 7,140yen. Get a look after the jump.
Although it was announced a few days at Japan Expo, we’ve finally got more details for you on Crunchyroll’s plans for the Love Lab anime. Also, more anime favorites are joining the catalog in the form of seasons one and two of Rozen Maiden and Jubei Chan. Read on for full details!
One of the new voices in anime making their name this season is Yō Taichi, who can be heard as treasurer Sayori "Sayo" Mizushima in Love Lab. In honor of the up and comer's August 6th birthday, Love Lab manga author R. Miyahara has Tweeted an adorable illustration of the scowling character presenting a cake to her voice. Get a look after the jump.
No matter how I look at it, it's you guys' fault that Watamote is popular! As such, to celebrate @watamote_PR hitting 10,000 followers, the site for cringe comedy anime has shared a series of Twitter icons. It seems to be the thing to do these days. Schoolgirl comedy Love Lab has posted six sets, and even the newly announced Kyoukai no Kanata has posted some. Grab them all after the jump.
The Twitter account for this season's Love Lab anime posted photos of the building that houses publisher Hobunsha, showcasing its giant banners for that series, from their Manga Time and Kiniro Mosaic, from their Manga Time Kirara Max. They also are, or were, the publisher of Yuyushiki, K-On!, Hidamari Sketch, Puella Magi Kazumi Magica and the Madoka dedicated Manga Time Kirara Magica magazine. So, it'd be fair to call that building the place where moe schoolgirls are born.
After a couple of brief promos, we're now getting a full preview introduction to the girls of Love Lab, the July anime in which YuruYuri producer Dogakobo has reunited with Masahiko Ohta, director of YuruYuri, Minami-ke and Mitsudomoe and writer of those series Takashi Aoshima. Check it out after the jump.