Hidekichi Matsumoto has ended her 2010 shoujo air-soft comedy Sabagebu!, and the final, 13th volume of the inspiration for the 2014 Pierrot+ TV anime is out in Japan on April 13th. Matsumoto would like to give it a big send-off tribute, but, honestly, she just started Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and is a bit too occupied with that at the moment. Still, she did manage something...
The final chapter of Hidekichi Matsumoto's survival game-themed comedy manga Sabagebu! is published in the January 2017 issue of Kodansha's Nakayoshi shoujo manga magazine released today in Japan. To celebrate the end of the manga's six-year serialization, the author has been posting countdown illustrations on her official Twitter. Check them after the jump.
This summer's bizarre shoujo manga adaptation Sabagebu! - Survival Game Club! – is returning for winter after a fashion. A planned winter anime special will feature the most popular story from the TV series run, as determined by online voting, as well as previews of the OVAs shipping with volumes 5 (due January 28th) and 6 (due February 20th) hosted by fan favorite character Karaage (Fried Chicken) Lemon. More after the jump.
In commemoration of the on-air of the final episode and the release of the 1st Blu-ray volume, the summer 2014 TV anime Sabagebu! will hold a special event "GesuKawa Event" in Tokyo on September 27. Check the dance choreography videos performed by the five masked anime staff for the event after the jump!
Given the brutal nature of the series, only readers of the series' manga will be able to guess how long they stick around, but the Akame Ga Kill! anime is prepared to introduce two new characters. Kaori Nazuka (Code Geass' Nunnally, Eureka 7's Eureka) is assassin armed with an appearance changing cosmetics box Chelsea while Shintarō Asanuma is "Lightning Speed" Susanoo. More after the jump.
With the Blu-ray and DVD collection of the first two episodes of Sabagebu! on sale ahead of a September 24th Japanese release, a preview of its 10-minute bonus Special Mission OVA has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
With the Blu-ray and DVD collection of the first two episodes of Sabagebu! on sale ahead of a September 24th Japanese release, screenshots of its 10-minute bonus Special Mission OVA have been posted. Prepare for swimsuits and unagi (eels) and get a look after the jump.