Kodansha has published an art book dedicated to the artwork of Yuki Urushibara's supernatural manga and anime, Mushi-Shi. Hit the jump to check it out.
A lottery has launched for an opening day screening of anime feature Mushi-shi: Suzu no Shizuku with director Hiroshi Nagahama and cast members Yuto Nakano (Ginko), Mika Doi (narrator), and Tomomi Saito (Kaya) at Shinjuku Wald 9 on May 16th. Accompanying this is a second visual for the feature. Get a look after the jump.
This month, Mushi-shi hit the stage for an augmented reality embellished stage play. Then in May, Mushi-shi: Suzu no Shizuku hits theaters. And, beyond that, at least for one day, we can pretend there's theatrical production MUSHI-SHI ~ The Perfect Love ~. Character designer/animation director Umakoshi Yoshihiko contributed a special visual to the April Fool's joke about Ginko epic quest to save humanity from the infinitely replicating mushi. Get a look after the jump.
The official website for the Mushi-shi anime adaptations has announced that a feature film Mushi-shi: Suzu no Shizuku, which is based on the final two chapters of Yuki Urushibara's manga series, will be screened at 10 theaters across Japan from May 16. Check the latest information after the jump.
More details about the upcoming stage event "Yomibutai Mushi-shi" based on Yuki Urushibara's occult detective manga series are announced today. In addition to the previously announced Yuto Nakano, Ai Kobayashi, and Mika Doi, Yuko Sanpei, Mitsuru Miyamoto, and Yui Ishikawa will also appear in their respective episodes. Hit the jump for the latest information.
Following the airing of the last episode of the second season of Mushi-shi in Japan, a new film was announced for release next Summer that will adapt the final two chapters of the manga. Hit the jump for the confirmation.