In addition to their anime news regarding Hunter x Hunter's English dub cast and streaming plans for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and TerraFormars, at this weekend's C2E2, Viz Media announced plans for art books Yoshitaka Amano Illustrations along with The Art of Castle in the Sky. More after the jump.
The "Yoshitaka Amano Exhibition" is coming to Tokyo in January of 2016, and it features more than 100 pieces of artwork created by Yoshitaka Amano, a versatile artist who has created art for such diverse media as light novels, video games, anime, and comic books. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anime Expo has announced their first 2016 Guest of Honor, artist Yoshitaka Amano! While he has attended several conventions in the US before, this will be Amano’s first time attending Anime Expo. The major North American anime con will be held July 1-4 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. More after the jump.
The Hyōgo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan will be hosting an art exhibition highlighting the work of award-winning artist Yoshitaka Amano beginning on June 27, 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
56-year-old Japanese enka singer Sayuri Ishikawa will release her second collaboration album "X-CrossII-" on April 23. Following Hirohiko Araki (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) for the first album in September 2012, internationally renowned artist Yoshitaka Amano draws the cover illustration for her this time. Check more information after the jump.
The PlayStation YouTube channel posted a nice video showing legendary artist Yoshitaka Amano—known for his work on the Final Fantasy series, Vampire Hunter D, and much more—hard at work. Hit the jump to watch.
Wikia is putting together a really cool collaborative writing project that looks to bring fans and writers alike together with some true manga and anime luminaries. The Masters of Animanga: A Wikia Collaborative Writing Project pulls in the talent and guidance of Kazuo Koike, Yoshitaka Amano, Takashi Okazaki, and Sin'Ichi Hiromoto, who will curate fully rendered illustrations and brief character descriptions for the community. Read on for more.
Taking its name for the islands studied by Charles Darwin, Galapagos syndrome is when something globally available branches off to be developed for an isolated market. While some Japanese products have been criticized for it, others have decided to wear it as banner. The latter is the case for Compile Heart's Galapagos RPG project, proudly being made specifically for Japanese audiences. Get the latest info after the jump.