Animator Expo short “The Diary of Ochibi” returns to online streaming for a limited time to celebrate a new gallery exhibition for the short underway at a Tokyo cafe. Hit the jump for the details.
Hideaki Anno's wife, manga artist Moyoco Anno, is bringing out the old photos on her Twitter! As part of her prep for Khara, Inc.'s tenth anniversary celebration, she's sharing photos of the director in his younger days. Hit the jump to see "chibi Anno" for yourself!
Moyoco Anno, creator of the hit shoujo manga series Sugar Sugar Rune, recently announced an official revival project for the story. Hit the jump for more!
Manga author Moyoco Anno is teaming up with Japanese lingerie maker Ravijour to produce a limited edition line of highly fashionable underwear. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Bonbori Matsuri is one of many midsummer festivals held in Japan. Held yearly at the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū shrine in Kamakura, the shrine is known for displaying lantern art for the festival and this year's contributions include a new message from Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno along with new art from his mangaka wife Moyoco. Hit the jump for pictures of the art
Award-winning manga author Moyocco Anno (Sugar Sugar Rune, Insufficient Direction, The Diary of Ochibi) turns 44 on March 26th, and she's celebrating online with a special SSR illustration on her personal site, an Insufficient Direction sketch of her gift from Hideaki "Director-kun" Anno, and plenty of social media well wishes. Get a look after the jump.
To drum up interest for the Tokyu Toyoko train line that runs between Shibuya and Yokohama, a new advertising campaign is employing the talents of manga artist Moyoco Anno. Hit the jump to learn more.
It is officially announced today that a 13-episode TV anime adaptation of Moyoco Anno's autobiographical essay manga Kantoku Fuyuki Todoki is set for April 3 premiere in TV Tokyo's anime support program AniMusu!. The three-minute Flash anime short series is produced by DLE (Eagle Talon, Thermae Romae). Hit the jump for more information.
Talented artist Moyoco Anno hasn't been making much manga lately, and especially given this reduced output, the exciting news that she'll be guest lecturing at Ikebukuro Community College was accompanied by the announcement that she has a new manga in the works. More after the jump.