Some good new for all you fans that like to see the swift boot of justice delivered to evil-doers: THE KAMEN RIDER 50 YEARS EXHIBITION is heading to Tokyo this coming winter season to celebrate half a century of the beloved tokusatsu superhero franchise created by Shotaro Ishinomori and Toei. Hit the jump to learn more.
50 years ago, manga master Go Nagai launched two of his most legendary titles. Starting next month, Mazinger Z and Devilman will receive pride of place at the Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum for an anniversary exhibition stretching into 2023. Get the first news on the upcoming event after the jump!
Studio Ghibli fans rejoice, because a massive installation dedicated to the career of legendary animation director Hayao Miyazaki opens at the Academy Museum of Motion Picture Art in Los Angeles, California, beginning on September 30, 2021. Hit the jump to learn more.
The previously run MAPPA Showcase exhibition returns to Tokyo in September for a massively expanded exhibition that will showcase material from a majority of anime produced at MAPPA, up from the collection at last year's exhibition. Check out all the details past the jump!
Let it rip! The Suginami Animation Museum is hosting a "Beyblade World" exhibition, celebrating 20 years of the anime series and even more of the toy line itself. Visitors can learn all about the show (including this season's new installment) and its accompanying toy line — get your first look after the jump!
MAPPA holds the keys to some of the biggest modern anime franchises and is willing to share some of those franchises with fans at the upcoming MAPPA Showcase exhibition at PARCO FACTORY in Ikebukuro PARCO, with Attack on Titan, The God of High School, and JUJUTSU KAISEN on show! Learn more after the jump!
SHIROBAKO fans can go behind the scenes of the anime industry, and learn more about the popular series and film, at an upcoming exhibition in Saitama! The event will include rotating exhibits and an interactive portion. Find out more after the jump!
A new exhibit entitled "The Man the World Called Mifune" that celebrates the life and career of legendary actor Toshiro Mifune (Seven Samurai, Rashomon) is coming to Tokyo in October of 2017, and it features some 200 pieces of memorabilia including candid photos, movie props, and even 2 of Mifune's favorite personal motor vehicles. Hit the jump to learn more.
Are you a Marvel fan? So is Japan! They're looking forward to the latest releases, and soon they'll be getting a touring exhibition of Marvel memorabilia from titles both familiar and obscure overseas. Hit the jump for more information!
Tokyo Anime Center, located on the fourth floor of the Akihabara UDX building, is now holding an exhibition dedicated to the recently finished 12-episode TV anime adaptation of the Gakkou Gurashi!/School-Live! moe-survival manga series from September 29 to October 12. Check the photo report after the jump!