Shoji Kawamori's latest project has been revealed to be an original TV anime entitled Juushinki Pandora ("Heavy Sacred Device Pandora"), a mecha anime set in the near future on an ecologically devastated Earth. Hit the jump to check out the key visual, preview video, and main cast and staff announcements.
The official website for "THE NEXT," the upcoming new TV anime project helmed by Shoji Kawamori (Macross, Aquarion), announced today that its launch event "New Project Briefing" will be held at Nicofarre in Roppongi, Tokyo, on October 17. The Satelight-animated project was first revealed at Anime Expo 2016. Hit the jump for more details.
Last weekend, Anime Expo offered a look at THE NEXT, a new project for anime creator/director/writer/mecha designer Shoji Kawamori (Macross, Aquarion, Vision of Escaflowne) planned for a 2017-2018 anime production. After its event presentation, a teaser was posted online. Get a look after the jump.
This weekend, THE NEXT, a new project for anime creator/director/writer/mecha designer Shoji Kawamori (Macross, Aquarion, Vision of Escaflowne) will be presented at LA 's Anime Expo. A July 2nd panel from Kawamori will provide more, but, ahead of that, a site with concept message has teased the 2017-2018 production. More after the jump.
Anime Expo recently announced a very special guest for the summer event. Acclaimed anime director and designer Shoji Kawamori—one of the masterminds behind the Macross franchise, also credited as director and original concept for Aquarion, AKB0048, and much more—will be a Guest of Honor at the convention, which takes place July 1-4 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Hit the jump for more.
The official home page for Macross Delta, the latest installment in the long-running Super Dimension Fortress Macross franchise which mixes music with mecha mayhem, has unveiled the character designs for the members of Walküre, the 5-member idol unit at the center of the story. Hit the jump to learn more.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Aquarion series, a giant-sized rhythm game is temporarily taking over the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Metro Promenade area of Shinjuku Station in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. Hit the jump to perform the "forbidden union".