If you've been looking for one convenient way to experience the main Danganronpa series, NIS America has you covered next year. Read on for more about the upcoming Danganronpa Trilogy!
Spike Chunsoft, known for publishing hit games Steins;Gate, Zanki Zero and fan favorite Danganronpa on consoles is making a huge splash for its Anime Expo debut this year, with industry guests, panels, autograph sessions and even a talent show! Hit the jump for the details.
Dark Horse Manga announced release plans for the continuation of the Danganronpa manga adaptation. Hit the jump for more on the three-volume followup.
Danganronpa is moving along to the next medium: pachinko! Breaking news shows that a Danganronpa pachislot is on the way. Find out what we know so far after the jump.
You can take the girl out of Hope's Peak Academy, but... Multitalented performer Sayaka Kanda shows that she still loves Junko Enoshima in her new Instagram cosplay photo. Check it out after the jump!
It has been confirmed that a stage play adaptation of the 2016 TV anime Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School is scheduled to be performed in Tokyo and Osaka in the summer of 2018. 19-year-old Shun Nishime, best known as Takeru Tenkuji in the 17th Heisei Kamen Rider series Kamen Rider Ghost, is set to play the protagonist Makoto Naegi. Hit the jump for more details.
"On that day, mankind received a grim reminder… We lived in fear of Monokuma." That's the ominous yet hilarious way the first promo for Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates' Danganronpa collaboration begins, and it just gets better from there. Watch as Monokuma poses a unique menace, squaring off against Eren, Mikasa, and Levi before taking to the skies to fight Titans with the special Monokuma costume.
Last week we posted about a tease for an upcoming collaboration that puts Monokuma in Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates on 3DS. More details and images have since surfaced, and it looks like Monokuma won't just be relegated to a single titanic appearance. Read on for more.
One of the members of the Danganronpa team is officially moving on to another stage of his career, as producer Yuichiro Saito announced his departure from Spike Chunsoft. Saito worked as assistant producer on the Danganronpa series, among others, and his time with the company officially came to a close at the end of October. Read on for more.