Presented with a teaser video, logo and image of Char's custom Z'Gok, a second Gundam Breaker game has been announced for PlayStation 3 and Vita. More virtual Gundam plastic (gunpla) kits than ever are promised for the sequel to the game in which you combine, customize and battle models. Get a look after the jump.
Viz has announced that, starting in the September 8, 2014 issue, when a new series starts in Japan, they are going to include the first three chapters in their English version of Weekly Shonen Jump. More after the jump.
Revo's, of Attack on Titan opening fame, "fantasy band" Sound Horizon is preparing to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their first major label release, and venture into an alternate Japan with their latest narrative music effort "Vanishing Starlight." And, Kamikaze Douga, of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure opening fame animate the music video. Get a look after the jump.
In a new video, PBS Idea Channel asks "Is Kill La Kill a Warning about Wearable Technology?" The program digs into aspects of the conversation like could the uniforms be considered technology? And how does fascism play a role in all this? Get a look after the jump.
A preview has been posted for the upcoming three volume Futari Ecchi OVA based on Katsu Aki's newly manga, starting to be released starting with "Futari no First Christmas" October 10th. Get a look after the jump.
Mobile device streaming music service RecoChoku has published the results of a survey in which, between July 25 and August 5th, they asked users to name their favorite anime of summer 2014. 64.8% percent of the survey were women. 31% were under 18, and another 47% in their 20's. From this pool, Free! took first place, and scored that top spot with 90% of its votes coming from women. More after the jump.
North American manga publisher Yen Press has announced that they have licensed Touya Mikanagi's Karneval, adapted into a 2013 anime that streamed from FUNimation. More after the jump.
Along with this season's anime, Izumi Tsubaki's Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun is getting an anthology of tribute works and an official fanbook, out in Japan August 22nd. The latter features character poll results, character Q&As, designs, behind-the-scene and a collection of illustrations. More after the jump.
After a four month break from art portal Pixiv, Yuruyuri manga artist Namori has returned to the platform to share a sketch of Sailor Moon's Chibi Moon. Get a look after the jump.
Yuki Yuna Yuusha wa Aru is an original cute girl anime, developed by Project 2H, Studio Gokumi, Akame ga KILL!'s Takahiro and BunBun. Joining Haruka Terui as the title character and previously announced Hero Club mates Itsuki Inubozaki - voiced by Tomoyo Kurosawa and Fu Inubozaki - voiced by Yumi Uchiyama is newly announced Suzuko Mimori voiced Mimori Togo. More after the jump.
In time for a special presentation on NTV's Friday Roadshow, actor/comedy rocker Sadao Abe has been introduced as the voice and motion capture model for Migi in the live-action adaptation of Hitoshi Iwaaki's Parasyte. The alien parasite that attempts to bore into the teen lead's hand, but, thwarted by headphones, winds up in his right hand. More after the jump.
Sci-fi relationship comedy Tenchi Muyo returns this October with a 50-episode run of 5-minute shorts. Now, more of the original designs have been previewed. Get a look after the jump.
A screaming, fighting and fire-filled full trailer has debuted for Rurouni Kenshin: Densetsu no Saigo-hen (Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends), the much anticipated second part of the final installment of the Rurouni Kenshin live-action film series opening September 13th. Get a look after the jump.
Lead actress India Eisley recreates a scene that you might remember from Yasuomi Umetsu’s (Wizard Barristers, Galilei Donna) violent crime tragedy anime Kite in Crave's new preview clip for the live-action adaptation. Check it out after the jump.
After the four group shots, the fifth visual for winter's new Durarara!! anime gives Izaya Orihara sole focus. Get a look after the jump.