Warner Bros. Japan has posted a new commercial for the Japanese release of RWBY, which is due on December 9th with soundtrack CD, original case art, booklet, illustration card and episodes 1-10 at 8,000 yen plus tax for the limited edition, 5,800yen for standard Blu-ray and 4,800yen for standard DVD. More after the jumo.
For Comiket, Warner Bros. Japan has announced the release plans for the first volume of RWBY, which is due on December 9th with soundtrack CD, original case art, booklet, illustration card and episodes 1-10 at 8,000 yen plus tax for the limited edition, 5,800yen for standard Blu-ray and 4,800yen for standard DVD. With this, they've presented a Japanese dub preview and expanded cast listing.
Anime magazine Newtype's August issue is out this weekend with rankings that show that Fate/stay night's brief reign at the top of the character top 10's has ended. Sure, Saber still rules the list of ladies, but a familiar face has regains his #1 spot on the male side. Also grabbing attention is the debut of RWBY, in the series top 10. Get a look after the jump.
The new issue of Japanese anime magazine Newtype is running a feature on action animation RWBY, described by Rooster Teeth CEO Matt Hullum as the first "American-made anime" to be marketed in Japan. Along with illustration by Fate/ animator Nishida Asako, it features a listing of the series' Japanese cast.
Warner Brothers Japan has posted a look at the special merchandise that they'll be bringing to their booth at the December 28th-30th Comiket 87. New and returning sweatshirts selling for 5,000yen include Shirobako, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, WIXOSS, and Strike the Blood. Joining these is a Wani Magazine produced RWBY fanbook featuring contributions from an impressive list of notable artists. Get a look after the jump.
To celebrate the release of a new Ruby Rose figure from threezero, we present their exclusive interview with Monty Oum, the mastermind behind the web phenomenon known as RWBY. Enjoy after the jump!
Described by the Matt Hullum, CEO of Rooster Teeth as the first "American-made anime" to be marketed in Japan, and described by its Japanese distributors as a hit "CGI Animation produced by up-and-coming creators in the US," RWBY is making its way to Japan. Get a look after the jump.