At first glance, The Ryuo's Work is Never Done! seems like the Ro-Kyu-Bu! series, which is also a story about a teenage boy mentoring underage girls in a competitive sport/game. But even if Ro-Kyu-Bu! wasn't your thing and you have no interest in shogi, here's why you should watch The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!
Following the 40-second CM posted last month, Warner Japan's official YouTube anime channel has released a content-packed 5-minute trailer for the upcoming "RO-KYU-BU! LIVE 2013-FINAL GAME-" Blu-ray disc featuring the popular voice actress unit of the same name. Check their cute performances after the jump.
The official site for the forthcoming PS Vita game Ro-Kyu-Bu! Naisho no Shutter Chance (secret photo opportunity) today posted the latest promotional video. As the title suggests, one of the game player's missions is to take photos of the elementary school girls without being noticed. Check the clip after the jump.
The recently released July issue of G’s Magazine just featured a really not-safe-for-work spread promoting all the upcoming doings with moe basketball series Ro-Kyu-Bu! Leading into the summer's new anime series, a “Loli Sports Stealth Adventure” PSP adaptation of Sagu Aoyama and Tinkle's light novels, Ro-Kyu-Bu! Himitsu no Otoshi Mono” (The Secret Lost Items) is set to be released June 20th. Its latest preview, voiced by Subaru Hasegawa's Yuuki Kaji, is a little less troublesome.
While Koinobori, or carp streamers for Children's Day wave in the sky in Japan, anime fans are celebrating all the adorable lolis and shota characters in anime. In the spirit of the day, I found a loli & shota anime poll collected by Anikore, a Japanese user generated anime review site. The ranking is determined by "loli points" or "shota points" from user reviews on the site. See the top 10 shows after the jump!
In case you were feeling that March Madness was missing moe, Kadokawa has posted a preview for the “Loli Sports Stealth Adventure” PSP adaptation of Sagu Aoyama and Tinkle's light novels, Ro-Kyu-Bu! Himitsu no Otoshi Mono” (The Secret Lost Items). Get a look after the jump.
In time for this summer's second anime based on Sagu Aoyama and Tinkle's moe basketball light novels, a new Ro-Kyu-Bu! PSP game has been scheduled for a June 20 release. Ro-Kyu-Bu! Himitsu no Otoshi Mono” (The Secret Lost Items) follows Subaru Hasegawa as he helps the girls through a training camp in preparation for their fall tournament. Get a look after the jump.
After first being broadcast this Summer season, the author of the Ro-Kyu-Bu basketball comedy light novel has confirmed that a second season of the anime adaptation is in the works. Hit the jump for all of the info.
Last December we got an eyeful of Curtain Damashii Collection 01, and now they're back with more curtains and tapestries featuring a variety of anime/game series. The next set, which goes on sale in August, features Madoka Magica, Fate/Zero, Ro-kyu-bu, Angel Beats!, and more. Check 'em out after the jump!
Sentai Filmworks announced their latest anime acquisition today: the girls' basketball series Ro-Kyu-Bu Fast Break!, to be distributed on DVD and digitally through The Anime Network. Hit the jump for more.
Now that Sentai Filmworks' Anime Expo panel has come and gone, we know what the North American distributor has up its sleeve next. Hit the jump to read all about it.