The official website for the Tiger & Bunny anime series has posted a key visual for the upcoming live concert event "The Sound of Tiger & Bunny" to be held at Pacifico Yokohama (Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama) on September 19 and 20 as the fourth anniversary of the series. Check details of the event after the jump.
Yoshihiro Ike, the composer who created the music for the Tiger & Bunny TV series and films, will be conducting a pair of concerts in September entitled "The Sound of Tiger & Bunny". Hit the jump to learn more.
Do you think the Free! anime is only for female audiences? The anime also attracts a fair amount of male fans and the mangaka of Tiger & Bunny for Miracle Jump in Hiroshi Ueda is one of them. He picked up watching the anime on July 3rd after just watching the first episode and finished all the episodes by the following day. A new spate of awesome Free! character drawings and then some came as a result of his binge watching. See them all after the jump!
The official site for the Tiger & Bunny anime films announced today on May 13 that its second film Tiger & Bunny: The Rising will be streamed only once for free on Bandai Channel's live stream site Minna de Stream at 22:00 on May 24 (JST), six weeks before the release of the Blu-ray/DVD in Japan. Hit the jump for more information.
Tiger & Bunny debuted April 3rd, 2011, and since it's already the 3rd in Japan, the series' official site has shared a special movie for the occasion. Get a look after the jump.
Itaindou, a Japanese stamp maker based in Saitama Prefecture, will start accepting orders for the new stamps featuring the nine heroes from Sunrise's 2014 anime film Tiger & Bunny: The Rising tomorrow on March 12, including Wild Tiger, Barnaby Brooks Jr., and the new character for the film Golden Ryan. Check the details after the jump.
Namco Bandai and developer Shift's God Eater 2 is gearing up for a special crossover with Tiger & Bunny: The Rising, the Yoshitomo Yonetani directed anime film that's set to hit Japanese theaters this weekend. Read on for more.
Here is the latest flyer collection of some of the upcoming anime films and live-action film adaptations of popular manga/novels, which are scheduled to be released in Japan in the first half of 2014. Check'em after the jump!