While Gainax is no longer doing periodical site welcome illustrations, anime studio Trigger is carrying that banner with monthly pics (so far mostly with ero-manga artists doing the guest work). For February, and the 19th's Wrestling Day, the studio, which has Kiznaiver and April's original Hiroyuki Imaishi project in development has Shiwasu no Okino (Class Trip to the Nudist Beach!!) do the honors with Trigger-chan, Spring, Muzzle and Frag.
Tokyo-based anime production company Trigger was established in August 2011. Prior to its 5th anniversary this summer, their new original TV anime directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi will premiere in the Ultra Super anime Time programming block on April 1 of this year. A teaser site for the yet-titled anime opens today. Hit the jump for more details.
This fall, Kadokawa has been staying on top of the Star Wars hype leading into the weekend opening of The Force Awakens. An element of this has been a series of Web Newtype tribute pieces from anime creators from talents at Trigger and beyond. Check out what they shared after the jump.
Yūki Kaji and Hibiku Yamamura have joined the cast of Studio TRIGGER's upcoming original TV anime, Kiznaiver, as the male and female leads. Hit the jump to learn more.
Further showing off how they've inherited the spirit of Gainax, anime studio Trigger has updated the look of their site and promised more frequent front page illustrations. For the holidays, they've invited artist Yamatogawa (largely of ero material) to draw Trigger-chan girls, Spring, Muzzle and Frag. Get a look after the jump.
Unlike Christmas, Halloween is a bit newer to Japan and the reception to the the holiday is a bit more ambivalent. As studios like Trigger share their Trick or Treating art, some spell out that they're trying to have fun with the foreign costume festival tradition. Get a look after the jump.
Netflix continues to make in-roads into the Japanese streaming market, this time with a simultaneous streaming release of Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade. Hit the jump to learn more.
Following the teaser announcement on October 1, Tokyo-based anime production company Studio TRIGGER today reveals the details on its upcoming second original TV anime project Kiznaiver (pronounced: kizuna-eaver), which is slated for 2016. Check the latest information after the jump.
Studio TRIGGER, the animation house behind such works as Kill la Kill and Little Witch Academia, is gearing up to announce their next original work of animation. Hit the jump to learn more.
In anticipation of the limited theatrical release of Trigger's new short film, Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, to Japanese cinemas on October 09, 2015, a limited time art exhibition is being staged at the Parco shopping center in Shibuya. Hit the jump to learn more.