Sometimes a huge dude has a huge heart. They could bench press you with a heart that wholesome. Hit the jump to find out if your favorite big-muscle dudes made the cut!
Since its founding in 2011, Studio TRIGGER has produced explosive works of animation that are both beloved and divisive, and in a video from Season 2 of Anime Academy — an education YouTube series produced by Crunchyroll that explores all things anime — we look at the history of TRIGGER, their artistic aspirations, and some of their most famous efforts. Hit the jump to check it out.
It's fun to listen to our favorite voice actors in epic anime fight scenes ... but what if their characters fought each other? We've picked out three voice actors from over the years and paired off two of their most memorable characters. Who will win each round? That's up to you! Check out the lineup and cast your votes after the jump!
Studio TRIGGER's Hiroyuki Imaishi, director of works such as PROMARE and Space Patrol Luluco, has an explosive art-style and now his first official art collection has been released in Japan in a magazine-book hybrid publication known as the Hiroyuki Imaishi Anime Art Book. Hit the jump to learn more.
Previously announced back in January, the FairyTail Parfum's line of Kill la Kill-inspired fragrances are now available for pre-order, and more information is now available about the eau de parfum scents based on Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin, the main characters of TRIGGER's popular original TV anime where "dressed to kill" takes on an entirely different meaning. Hit the jump to learn more.
In just a little over a week, fans of director Hiroyuki Imaishi and writer Kazuki Nakashima's work will be able to soak in some of their biggest hits all night long. Read on for more about the PROMARE event!
FairyTail Parfum, who are known for their anime and pop-culture scent collaborations in the past, including an Evangelion AT-Field scent, have announced a new Kill la Kill based scent that will be released next month. Sniff out the read more button to check them out!
Last month saw the release of Mako Mankanshoku as a playable character in the PS4 and PC versions of Arc System Works' Kill la Kill: IF fighter. Those holding out for her debut on Nintendo's console can now dig in! Read on for more.