This must be the best Valentine's Day gift for all big brothers! In the latest 59th episode streamed last night, Karen, one of the 12 sisters who has been active as a virtual YouTuber, announced that the postponed virtual live concert by its select five sisters is newly set for February 14, 2021. Check out the latest information including Mamoru's 3DCG visual.
On November 4, a Chiba-based company Animefund will launch a crowdfunding campaign to support the forthcoming second feature film adaptation of Tozen Ujiie's four-panel school comedy manga Seitokai Yakuindomo on November 4, 2020. The company's press release writes that it will be an entertainment-type crowdfunding campaign that allows fans to fulfill their desire to support and enjoy the film together. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the Sister Princess franchise's 20th-anniversary project announced today that the highly-anticipated virtual live concert by its select five sisters - Karen, Sakuya, Kaho, Mamoru, and Aria, is postponed to the early spring of 2021. It was originnaly slated for December of this year. Hit the jump for more details.
At an event in Tokyo today, it was revealed that the title for the third season, which airs in 2022, of Dropkick on My Devil!! will be Dropkick on My Devil! X. On top of that, four visuals for the franchise were released representing the towns that will help out with production costs. Check them out after the jump!
As reported, a crowdfunding campaign for the third season of the Dropkick on My Devil! TV anime kicked off at 12:00 p.m. on September 30, 2020 (JST). And its goal of 20 million yen (about 189,000 US dollars) was easily reached only in 33 hours. Now the TV anime third season officially gets the green light. Hit the jump for more.
Need more Dropkick on My Devil! goodness? You'll be getting it! A new crowdfunding campaign is seeking funds for a third season. Backer rewards include original art, and appearance in the anime, and the opportunity to name the upcoming season. Get details after the jump!
The Sister Princess franchise's crowdfunding finally ended its 16-day campaign at 23:59 on September 23 (JST), having raised 53,478,175 yen from 1,472 supporters, which was a huge 267 percent of its initial goal of 20 million yen. Why has it become so successful? Let's consider the two main reasons for it after the jump.
One day before the last day, the Sister Princess franchise's crowdfunding campaign has already collected an impressive 43,371,800 yen, 216 percent of its initial goal of 20 million yen. That amount is more than enough to realize its two stretch goals - Karen's swimsuit costume and a full album performed by five sisters. Hit the jump for more details.
Anime Feminist is seeking to raise funds again through Patreon and Ko-fi to continue paying for podcast transcriptions, and readers and the rest of the community can do their part to help. Read on for details.
Soon after reaching the initial goal of 20 million yen to realize the virtual live concert by Karen, Sakuya, Kaho, Mamoru, and Aria, the Sister Princess crowdfunding campaign has announced two new stretch goals - 35 million yen for Karen's swimsuit costume and 40 million yen for an album that includes songs by all five sisters. Hit the jump for more details.
As reported, the 20th-anniversary project for the Sister Princess franchise launched a crowdfunding campaign for a virtual live concert by five sisters: Karen, Sakuya, Kaho, Mamoru, and Aria last night. No surprise, it immediately reached its goal of 20 million yen (about 188,000 US dollars) only in seven hours. Hit the jump for more details.
Web manga Tasuu Ketsu -Judgement Assizes- busted straight through its crowdfunding campaign for an anime adaptation, and now it's showing off its star-studded cast! Take a peek at what's to come for the project after the jump.
As part of the 20th-anniversary project for the Sister Princess franchise, three sisters have made their virtual YouTuber debut since last September. The franchise has announced that the next two sisters to follow Karen, Sakuya, and Kaho will be Mamoru and Aria. Hit the jump for more details.
Since bursting onto Japanese television back in 1974, Chargeman Ken, a short form TV anime directed by Noboru Miura and animated by Knack Productions, has been beloved for its ridiculous violence, sloppy production values, and infinitely meme-able content. Now a crowdfunding effort seeks to preserve this hidden gem for future generations to enjoy. Hit the jump to learn more.