Japanese manga artist Harold Sakuishi is best known for his rock band-themed BECK series, which had a 26-episode TV anime adaptation and a live-action film. He recently draws CD cover illustrations for the two Vocaloid compilation albums, "Download feat. Hatsune Miku" and "Upload feat.Vocalist." Check his arts after the jump.
Poor IA/VT Colorful, it just can't seem to make it to launch. The Marvelous AQL rhythm game from Senran Kagura's Kenichiro Takaki was originally set to launch on July 31 before a delay pushed it back to fall. Now another delay has been announced, shoving the PS Vita title all the way to 2015. Read on for more.
Popular vocaloid song producer Mitchie M has posted a full version promotional video for his new Hatsune Miku song "Burenai ai de" featuring a new 3D model Miku created by Kasoku Sato. The song is now used for the AR campaign for Rohto Pharmaceutical's new eye drops "Digi Eye." Check the latest Miku dance after the jump.
Top Vocaloid tunesmith Hachioji-P has a new LP slated for release next week in Japan. And to help spread the word, the full length (and fully animated) PV for “Carry Me Off” starring Hatsune Miku has now been revealed. Watch after the jump!
Get ready to ring in Halloween Vocaloid style, fans in LA and New York: Good Smile Company is releasing a new Halloween-themed Hatsune Miku Nendoroid. Check out the concept art and find out where you can pick her up after the jump.
One of the most popular Japanese vocaloid song producers, Hachioji-P has posted a full promotional video for "Twinkle World feat. Hatsune Miku," the title track of his upcoming 3rd major album to be released in Japan on August 27. Check the cuteness of the latest Miku after the jump!
Two more squads are joining Cospa's trademark pinched charm line. Eren and the Attack on Titan crew throw down with Hatsune Miku and her fellow Vocaloids this fall. The former are scheduled for October and the latter for November, with each selling charm selling for 648yen in phone jack and keychain versions. Get a look after the jump.
For last year's 10th anniversary of Vocaloid software, Bplats and Yamaha released Zenithal Operated Liaison Aggregation or ZOLA Project, the trio of male voices Yuu, Kyo and Wil, based on Minorun, NANOX and Maui with bishonen characters designed by Yoshitaka Amano. This week, their debut single is being released, featuring Peperon-P's Tokyo Generation, demo song Borderless, Hybrid GO GO and L ∞ P L ∞ P. Get a look after the jump.
Rohto Pharmaceutical, one of the major drug companies in Japan, announced today on July 10 that it will release "Digi Eye," a new eye drops for tired eyes of computer/smartphone users, collaborating with the most famous vocaloid character Hatsune Miku, in Japan on July 15. Check more details and teaser PV after the jump.