Soon after the broadcast of its moving final 12th episode in Japan, the Koisuru Asteroid / Asteroid in Love TV anime posted a two-minute 4K time lapse video using various sky photos that were collected for production. See the beauty of the sky that teh characters saw in the anime story after the jump!
Following the first clip for JAXA's Tsukuba Space Center, the official website for the Asteroid in Love TV anime has posted a three-minute preview clip for Tomoyo Takayanagi (Mira Konohata) and Megumi Yamaguchi (Ao Manaka)'s visit to Geological Museum in Ibaraki Prefecture. See what they found there after the jump!
The official website for the ongoing TV anime Asteroid in Love has announced that a free distribution event of a Valentine's Day card and chocolate using a newly-drawn special illustration will be held in Akihabara on the day of St. Valentine's Day, February 14, 2020. Hit the jump for more details about how to get the chocolate from Mira and Ao.
While the members of the earth sciences club set out to discover an asteroid, Wilhelm sets out to find all the real-world locations the show Asteroid in Love has to offer. In this edition of Anime vs. Real Life, see how see how Asteroid in Love’s anime locations stack up to their real-life counterparts, right after the jump!
Voice actress Tomoyo Takayanagi (Mira Konohata) and Megumi Yamaguchi (Ao Manaka) visited JAXA's Tsukuba Space Center, Geological Museum, and The Science Museum of Map and Survey in Ibaraki Prefecture for the bonus footage to be included in the three DVD/Blu-ray volumes of the Koisuru Asteroid/ Asteroid in Love TV anime. Check out a preview for the two's JAXA tour after the jump!
The official YouTube channel for 22-year-old voice actress Minori Suzuki (Freyja Wion in Macross Delta) has posted a two-minute music video for her fourth single song "Yozora" (Night Sky) to be released on February 12, 2020. The song is now used as the ED theme for the winter 2020 TV anime Asteroid in Love. Check out her lyrical singing voice after the jump!
To promote its premiere in Japan tonight, the official Twitter for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Quro's four-panel slice-of-life manga Koisuru Asteroid / Asteroid in Love has been posting countdown illustrations drawn by the manga artists who have serialized their works in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara magazines. Check out their special arts after the jump!