Kyoya Hibari is an adorable Nendoroid! The fearsome REBORN! character is now up for preorder in the Crunchyroll Store, complete with his weapons and (of course) Hibird. Hit the jump to get yours!
Reborn! is celebrating its birthday this year with a big announcement: a fresh manga release! The original manga will be released in 21 new volumes next month. Hit the jump for the details!
While continuing to work on ēlDLIVE, every once in a while, Akira Amano revisits the cast of her 2004-2012 Jump manga Reborn! and shares the results on Twitter. She's been on a bit of a monthly streak recently. For August, we see a bit of a seasonal beach trip for Haru. Check it out after the jump.
Who's the new guy? Recent promotional art shows a new, anime-only character joining the cast of ēlDLIVE. Based on the manga by Reborn! creator Akira Amano, this series follows a middle-school boy and his adventures in the space police. Hit the jump for more on the upcoming adaptation!
Hey, Reborn! fans! The ultimate BD collection is coming to Japan in just a few months to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the series. Each of the three boxes comes with a wide variety of extras, and can be preordered now. Hit the jump to find out more!
Reborn! author Akira Amano is not one of those manga artist who frequently, or even ever, shares sketches on Twitter. Well, she doesn't really even have a personal account. Instead, it's something that an editor manages. But, announced this month, she'll be revisiting the series' cast in an irregular series of post, which started today with Fran. Get a look after the jump.
Following last week's publication of a series visual, plans for the winter 2017 anime adaptation of Reborn! author (and Psycho-Pass original character designer) Akira Amano's ēlDLIVE have been updated with the announcement of the series' leads. See who's who after the jump.
A new visual has been published for the winter 2017 anime adaptation of Reborn! author (and Psycho-Pass original character designer) Akira Amano's ēlDLIVE. Studio Pierrot will be producing the TV anime based on the Jump+ series about a boy who learns that the voices only he can hear mean that he's been scouted by the space police organization. Get a look after the jump.
The English J-Stars Victory VS+ site has rolled out its latest round of promo videos for the crossover fighting game celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Shonen Jump magazine, now set to be released in Europe on June 26, followed by the Americas on June 30, on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, as well as a digital-only release on PS Vita. This one features Toriko versus Zebra, Kenshin versus Reborn's Tsuna Sawada and Bobobo-bo.