Nikkan Sports, a daily sports news paper, is teaming up with Yowamushi Pedal to publish a special edition promotional periodical entitled "Yowamushi Pedal Newspaper". Hit the jump to learn more.
Kumamon, the official regional mascot of Kumamoto Prefecture, is teaming up with the upcoming anime film Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie, Hit the jump to check out the collaboration.
Character designs have been published for the Yowapeda movie's original, Mamoru Miyano (Free!'s Rin) voiced character, Shin Yoshimoto. In the original story from creator of the cycling series Wataru Watanabe, this Kumamoto Daiichi High School ace missed the Inter High tournement due to an injury. Get a look after the jump.
Shonen Champion magazine is announcing that Mamoru Miyano (Free!'s Rin) will voice new character Shin Yoshimoto in the Yowapeda movie. In the original story from creator of the cycling series Wataru Watanabe,the Kumamoto Daiichi High School ace missed the Inter High tournement due to an injury. More after the jump.
TOHO has posted promos for a newly announced, second Yowapeda compilation movie, set to open for a limited run on June 12th with theme "Believer" by LASTGASP, along with previously announced Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie. The original feature, with story by creator of the cycling series Wataru Watanabe, is now scheduled to open on August 28th. Get a look after the jump.
North American manga publisher Yen Press had an extensive list of manga licenses to announce at this weekend's Sakura Con, highlighted by Izumi Tsubaki's Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun and Wataru Watanabe's Yowamushi Pedal, the latter of which will be released in two-in-one omnibus editions. Meanwhile "Servant x Service" is among of list of titles that will be digital-only. More after the jump.
The Nico Nico Super Conference 2015 is offering a special Anime Area designed to reproduce aspects of 6 different anime series, including Yowamushi Pedal and Shirobako, with a series of live-action games and challenges. Hit the jump to learn more.
A third promo for Yowamushi Pedal: Grande Road made its debut during this weekend's AnimeJapan 2015 event, pushing us toward the climax of the 24-episode second season after the jump.
A couple of faovrites(?) of currently running sports anime are celebrating their shared January 31st birthdays. The official Kuroko's Basketball anime Twitter account was joined by voice actor actor Kenshō Ono and plenty of fans in marking Kuroko Tetsuya's birthday. Meanwhile Yowapeda's account celebrated the "gross" along with the fans of Kyoto Fushimi High School birthday boy Akira Midousuji. Get a look after the jump.
On a netcast today, Good Smile Company previewed a selection of figure, the pre-orders for which will be launching soon. In the eyes of many fans, the highlight was a poseable figma of Kill La Kill's Satsuki. The figure, with alternate shout and smiling expressions, paper background students, Bakuzan-Gako, Bakuzan-Kouryu and matching part of Ryoko's scissor sword, goes on sale next week for 6,500 yen. Get a look after the jump.