Bushiroad has released a key visual for "Love Live! Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club First Live 'with You'" to be held at Musashino Forest Sports Plaza's Main Arena (capacity: 10,000) in Tokyo on December 14 and 15, 2019. Check out the visual featuring the nine members who are ready for their first solo concert after the jump!
In addition to the previously announced Yuichiro Umehara and Aki Toyosaki, the official website for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Light Tuchihi's fantasy light novel series The Hero is Overpowered but Overly Cautious has reveled two additional voice cast: Kengo Kawanishi as Mash and Aoi Koga as Elulu. Check out the latest information after the jump.
"Weathering With You Exhibition," a display event dedicated to Makoto Shinkai's latest anime feature film Weathering With You is scheduled to be held in the Event Square on the eighth floor of the Matsuya Ginza department store in Tokyo from September 25 to October 7, 2019. Hit the jump for some samples including one of the earliest sketches for the film.
Bushiroad's official YouTube channel has started streaming a 105-second short version music video for 30-year-old voice actress Aina Aiba's forthcoming "0th" single song "Lead the way." She is best known as Yukina Minato (Roselia vocalist) in the BanG Dream! franchise. Check out her first solo song in three years after the jump!
Temari is back in Megahouse's Naruto GALS figure line! This time, the Sand Village ninja appears in a "Splash" version swimsuit figure. Get an early look after the jump!
Move over, Arby's: KFC is going straight for every anime fan's heart. A new dating sim launching on Steam this month will let you date a hot anime boy version of Colonel Sanders, and promises a secret ending and secret recipes. Prepare for this thing that really exists in our universe... after the jump.
Bring home the ultimate perk! Fallout's Vault Boy is now a Nendoroid from Good Smile, complete with props and expressions so you can recreate your favorite Perks from the game series. Find out where to put in your pre-order after the jump!
Previously released in August of 2019, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is once again teaming up with Takara Tomy to appear in pocket-sized form as a line of "Nitotan" stuffed toys with a second printing that's due out in Japan in January of 2020. Hit the jump to learn more.
Being a teenager is tough. There are a lot of emotions bubbling up inside of you that you just don't know what to do with. Wouldn't it be great if emotional catharsis was just a button press away? Hit the jump below for our thoughts on all that and more in our review of Spike Chunsoft's new game CRYSTAR.
Star Ocean: First Departure R aims to bring the classic RPG back with HD visuals, new and original voiceover options, balance adjustments, increased movement speed, and new illustrations based on the Super Famicom version's designs. Hit the jump for the latest gameplay trailer.
One Piece: Stampede—the 20th anniversary One Piece anime film that marks the franchise's 14th feature—recently crossed the five billion yen mark in Japan. Now it's time to look ahead to its English release, which is set for this fall in North America courtesy of Funimation Films. Read on for more.
Black Clover just hit its 100th episode and we're gonna celebrate with a quiz testing YOUR knowledge of the Clover Kingdom! So hit the jump to find out whether you're gonna be the new Wizard King or whether you should just plan on skipping the Grimoire Acceptance Ceremony!
Given's Mafuyu may seem a little on the quiet side; emotionless, and not saying much. However, there's a lot more beneath the surface. Find out what after the jump!
Persona 5 Royal is coming to PS4 in Japan on October 31, followed by a western release in spring 2020, and Atlus is here to show more of the enhanced RPG ahead of this weekend's Tokyo Game Show 2019 event. Check out the stylish opening movie after the jump!
Anime vs. Real Life ventures outside of Japan for the first time in a very long time, as this special installment focuses on the unique setting of Sound of the Sky. The anime’s iconic mountaintop town of Seize, with its seemingly floating houses that spectacularly jut out over deep gorges, actually exists in real life! Where? Find out after the jump!