It's like Kotobukiya is recalling Toonami with their ARTFX statue plans. Trigun the Movie: Badlands Rumble: Nicholas D. Wolfwood hits this month while YuYu Hakusho's Kazuma Kuwabara arrives in October. There's also a New Prince of Tennis: Ryoma Echizen and a Iron Man 3 War Machine planned for September. Get a look after the jump.
Last few days, there are tweet hash tags that were getting a lot of attention in Japan. My best attempt to translate it would be #Images That Does Not Make Any Sense If You Are Not A Fan of "title". Uploaded images with the hash tags are indeed WTF images to people outside, but to the fans, they are all meaningful. Click to see if you can make sense of those images!
Character goods retailers have begun taking preorders for the latest limited anime branded Casio EXILIM camera. Like previous collaborations, the upcoming New Prince of Tennis EXILIM superimposes characters and motifs from the series into your digital photos. Get a look after the jump.
Recent solicitations to Japanese retailers for the BD and DVDs of The New Prince of Tennis (The Prince of Tennis II) have revealed that each of the seven volumes will include an OVA episode. Read on for more details.
Starting December 28th, participating Animate stores in Japan will distribute photos of mangaka Takeshi Konomi to celebrate the New Prince of Tennis anime. Check out both the "black" and "white" versions after the break!
New Prince of Tennis will begin broadcasting Wednesday, January 5th at 1:50 AM on TV Tokyo, it was announced today. Hit the jump to see the latest art in full!
With today's official announcement of New Prince of Tennis getting a TV anime, it was also revealed that the series will be airing in January of 2012 on TV Tokyo affiliate stations. Details on the TV premiere of the OVAs and more below.
A photo of some Prince of Tennis promotional material has appeared online which announces that a TV series for the Jump Square serialized manga, New Prince of Tennis, has been green lit. (Continued below)
From August 5th to September 30th restaurants inside Ikebukuro's Namco Namja Town amusement park will be serving 25 different types of Prince of Tennis desserts and other food to promote the release of the anime 10th anniversary project,The Prince of Tennis: Eikoku-shiki Teikyu-jo Kessen!, September 3rd. See if your eyes are bigger than your stomach after the jump.
A teaser for The Prince of Tennis: Eikoku Shikiteikyuu-jou Kessen! recently went up on Yahoo! Japan's Shochiku channel, offering a 33-second glimpse at the 2011 anime film.