Comico is celebrating the print release of one of its most popular titles with an AR app! Get the most out of The Pastel Family with the program, which adds art and commentary to 40 pages of the print edition. Find out more after the jump!
Manga app comico is debuting one of their award-winning discoveries: high-school student and manga artist Kishiwo! Their new title goes live next month, but we've got news on it for you now after the jump.
Aniplex announced on December 23 that the DVD and Blu-ray of the four-episode "Final Chapter" of the ReLIFE anime series is set for release on March 21, 2018. The final arc will tell a sequel story to the 13-episode TV anime aired in 2016, till the protagonist Arata Kaizaki's life as a tester for the ReLife experiment ends. See more details after the jump.
Anime voice actress Mamiko Noto plays the role of Moriko in Recovery of an MMO Junkie, one of the fall season’s biggest hit titles on Crunchyroll. In this interview; Noto takes us behind the scenes of bringing her special character to life, including forging that special bond between Moriko and Hayashi. Read on after the jump!
A new key visual and the Japanese broadcast schedule have been revealed for How to keep a mummy, an upcoming TV anime based on the comico web manga by Kakeru Utsugi about a young man who finds himself appointed the impromptu care-taker / roommate of a mummy that can fit in the palm of his hand. Hit the jump to learn more.
In part two of our interview with Recovery of an MMO Junkie producer Satoshi Taira, we get a behind the scenes peek at some of the challenges involved with adapting a web manga into an anime, along with some of the innovative ways that this series was distributed in Japan. All this, plus Satoshi Taira’s favorite character, after the jump!
What does an anime producer actually do? How is web manga changing the way that anime gets made? In this exclusive interview, Satoshi Taira is one of the producers of Recovery of an MMO Junkie takes us behind the scenes of this fall 2017 anime hit. Read on for more!
The main cast and a new key visual have been revealed for How to keep a mummy, an upcoming TV anime based on the web manga by Kakeru Utsugi about a young man who becomes the unlikely guardian / room mate of a pint-sized undead being. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tsumasaki no Uchuu ("The Universe at My Toe Tips"), an "everyday romance drama" shōjo web manga by manni about a young woman slowly overcoming crippling social anxieties, is being adapted into a live-action film that will hit theaters in 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
Never mind the sexy vampires or the sultry werewolves: the latest hot ticket supernatural craze involves adorable, pint-sized mummies, or at least that's the premise in the newly announced How to keep a mummy (Known in Japan as Miira no Kaikata) TV anime, based on the web comic about a high school boy who ends up sharing his home with a mummy that can fit in the palm of his hand. Hit the jump to learn more.