We are sad to report that voice actor Michael Lindsay has passed away. Fans of anime will recognize his work in Digimon, Naruto, Bleach, and beyond. More information is available after the jump.
With countless legendary manga that have run in its pages, Weekly Shonen Jump deserves all of its fame. We all have our favorites, but which one best represents you? Hit the jump to find out which of these storied series fits you best!
Want a look at Tite Kubo's concept art for the characters of Project Sakura Wars? The latest Weekly Shonen Jump has character art, plus a fold-out poster! Find out more about the new issue after the jump.
Megahouse, a Bandai Namco Group company based in Tokyo, will start accepting pre-orders for two new set of deformed figures from its "ChimiMega Buddy" line, inspired by Naruto Uzumaki & Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) and Ichigo Kurosaki & Rukia Kuchiki (Bleach), tomorrow on February 7. See the details of the adorable chibi figures with product photos after the jump!
Today's theme must be Famous People Who Are Into Anime, because Michael B. Jordan is back in the headlines again! This time he's being interviewed about his role in Rooster Teeth's gen:LOCK animated series, so check it out to learn about the anime he grew up with and more.
A bunch of characters have already been announced for JUMP FORCE, and another major player has been revealed in the pages of Jump. While it should come as no surprise, Izuku Midoriya/Deku is on the way to represent My Hero Academia in the brawler, and he's not the only new character!
On the release day of Tite Kubo's new artbook "JET" that collects illustrations from his internationally popular action fantasy manga series Bleach in Japan, Shueisha announced that his autograph session is planned and that a postcard to entry the event is enclosed in the book. It will be his first autograph session for fans in 17 years. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the one to introduce production process of the climax battle from the live-action film Bleach, Warner Brothers Japan's official YouTube channel also posted another clip to show behind-the-scenes of the battle between Ichigo Kurosaki (Souta Fukushi) and Renji Abarai (Taichi Saotome). See how they tried the action without stunt doubles after the jump.
On the live-action film Bleach's digital release day in Japan, Warner Brothers Japan's official YouTube channel posted a two-minute clip to introduce production process of the film's climax battle between Ichigo Kurosaki portrayed by Souta Fukushi (Kamen Rider Fourze) and Grand Fisher. Check out how the CG battle was created after the jump.