The single for "Kakumei Dualism," Nana Mizuki and T.M.Revolution hits Japan on October 23rd with a lot of ground to cover to match the cross-over success of their earlier Valvrave opening collaboration. Get a look at the music video after the jump.
While Saki from Valvrave certainly isn't anime's only idol singer/mecha pilot, she is a remarkably complex one. In the anime's second reason return, she's recently released a new "Cheer Up" single to support Module 77's bid for independence. See an enlarged version of the promo image for some tracklist fun after the jump.
With the second season of Valvrave kicking off, the mecha series' site has published the results of its peculiar character rankings. The polls asked fans not only to name a favorite character, but also the male and female character they most want to bite. Check out the results after the jump.
New York Comic Con runs October 10-13, and while the US' east coast gets to be the center of the geek universe for the weekend, Bandai has some special goodies planned for the occasion. Classics like Power Rangers and Dragon Ball Z are mixed with newcomer Valvrave and the perennial Gunpla (Gundam plastic models). Get a look after the jump.
Unlike season one, when it was running along side Gargantia and Majestic Prince, this fall, Valvrave largely has the mecha spotlight to itself. An eleventh preview shows off what VVV aims to do with that attention after the jump.
A new extended promo offers a long look at what to expect from next week's return of Valvrave. Meanwhile a promo site has been launched for Nana Mizuki and T.M. Revolution's new theme, "Kakumei Dualism." Get a look after the jump.
It's just a matter of weeks now before we find out what the heck was going on at the end of the first season of Valvrave. The mecha series returns October 10th with Nana Mizuki and T.M. Revolution reuniting for the second opening "Kakumei Dualism" and a new ending "Realism" from Elisa (World God Only Knows). Get a new look at the upcoming season with the series' 10th ad after the jump.
Much talked about mech anime Valvrave returns for a second season this October with Nana Mizuki and T.M. Revolution reuniting for the second opening "Kakumei Dualism" and a new ending "Realism" from Elisa (World God Only Knows). Check out the latest TV ad after the jump.
Fall season announcements continue at Crunchyroll as an anime triple whammy arrives in the form of the hotly anticipated Kill la Kill, along with new seasons of Magi and Valvrave the Liberator. Read on for more info!
Despite being set in 71st year of the True Era, Valvrave uses our calendar, or at least its characters have birthdays dated on our calendar. And, September 16th is the big day for a fan favorite, with angry fascist squad leader A-Drei taking his turn in the spotlight. So, celebrate after the jump!
If you watched the first season of mecha anime Valvrave the Liberator, you know that the teenage cast has plenty of reasons to be seriously ticked off. The official site has been updated and the new visual shows the leads very visibly demonstrating that angst in their demeanor. Get a look after the jump.