Kirino and Kuroneko are ready for a night out on the town in a pair of Oreimo "one piece dress" figures from Alphamax. Both are sculpted by HIRO, who did the Problem Children Black Rabbit due out this summer, and measure about 20cm. Each will sell for 7,000yen. Get a look after the jump.
Oreimo and A Certain Scientific Railgun are both based on Dengeki Bunko light novel series. There's an injoke about this in the new Railgun S season where an anti-skill forces guard can be seen reading a volume of Oreimo. After some promotion leading into their new spring anime seasons, the ASCII Media Works siblings are now feature in a set of character goods from Aniplex. Get a look after the jump.
Japanese fan chatter is starting to buzz about an image on the site for publication imprint Dengeki Bunko that appears to be the cover for Oreimo's 12th and final light novel, expected in June. Get a look after the jump.
Another popular event at the 10th Machi Asobi was "Oreimo Exhibition" at the top of Mount Bizan, a 290 meters high mountain in the middle of Tokushima-city. The exhibition features various materials from the second season of Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai TV anime. Check the photo report after the jump!
Oreimo. (Short for Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai.) must be the most anticipated TV anime sequel in this season. In commemoration of the start of broadcasting, Tokyo Anime Center in the Akihabara UDX building is now holding a special exhibition featuring the show. Check the cool Oreimo stuff after the jump!
Some of the best anime of recent years are adaptations from light novels. A bunch of Japanese anime fans ranked the 25 best of the best. Which made the cut? Check out the list after the jump.
Oh boy. Oreimo fans really get into celebrating the April 20th birthday of anime's most moe hater of moe, Ruri Gokou, better known as Kuroneko. See how they marked the occasion after the jump.
The third episode of Oreimo's second season airs on April 21st, and as you can infer from the title, "My Friend Can't Take Off Her Glasses," it offers a much sought after different look at a certain towering character. Get a look after the jump.
Curious what everyone is obsessing about this spring? A Japanese poll ranked the top 25 shows fans just can’t get enough of. Check out the winners after the jump.
Having previously released an Oreimo Kuroko in a sun dress in February, cLayz's line of Resi-Carat pre-assembled kit will be adding a Kirino Kousaka in July. The 21cm, 25 part statuette will sell for 12,000yen ($120). Get a look after the jump.
With plans to distribute the Penguin Parade releases, Good Smile Company has posted previews of a pair of chibi Petanko figures of the Natsukomi (the alternative portmanteau name for summer Comiket) versions of Oreimo's Kirino and Kuroneko. The pair will be available in August, with each 7cm figure going for 2500yen ($25.60). Blink box, mini 4.5cm trading figures of the Madoka Magica are also due in August. Get a look after the jump.
Oreimo is set in Chiba, about 25 miles outside Tokyo. As such, you can see the famous Chiba Urban Monorail in the anime. In time for the new anime, the longest suspended monorail in the world is bringing back its Oreimo wrap for a third appearance. Get a look after the jump.
The latest promo for the second season of Oreimo seems to pick up roughly where the last one left off with the fruits of Kirino's Akihabara run. Get a look after the jump.
It's really more of a teaser, but Namco Bandai has posted that whey're calling the first preview for upcoming PlayStation 3 game Oreimo: Happy End (stylized as "HappyenD"). Get a look after the jump.