Here's some surprising news that's sure to make fans of the 2014 TV anime Celestial Method feel heavenly: the new episode which celebrates the 5th anniversary of the series' broadcast is currently available via streaming on Youtube. Hit the jump to learn more.
In a heavenly event 5 years in the making, a new episode of Celestial Method - a 2014 TV anime based on the light novel written by Naoki Hisaya and illustrated by Yuka Namasaki about a close encounter of the cute kind - will be released in Japan on October 11, 2019. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new episode is currently in-development for Celestial Method (known in Japan as Sora no Method), an original TV anime from the Fall season of 2014, and now the newest cast member has been revealed for the continuation to the series. Hit the jump to learn more.
The last seventh Blu-ray volume of the TV anime Sora no Method/Celestial Method is set to be released in Japan on July 24. In addition to the 13th episode, its 4,320-yen special edition also contains an approximately 10 minutes long newly-produced short episode. Check the trailer 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.
The official website for four-member unit fhána has announced that they will release an eight-song image album dedicated to the ongoing TV anime Sora no Method/Celestial Method on December 24. The album includes "Hoshi no Kakera," used as the ED song for the anime's 7th episode this week. Check more information after the jump.
On the same day with the release of the CD single in Japan, Lantis today posted a full version promotional video for fhána's 5th single "Hoshikuzu no Interlude" (Stardust Interlude) on its official YouTube channel. The song is now featured as the ED song for the Sora no Method/Celestial Method TV anime. Check the PV after the jump.