Last weekend was the concert celebration of the 9th anniversary of the Love Live! franchise, bringing together three generations of school idol clubs. Oricon News posted a small preview of the event on their YouTube channel for people who were both unable to go, or for those who want to experience the emotions all over again. Hit the jump to check the video out!
Emi Nitta, voice of Honoka from Love Live! School Idol Project, and Ai Furihata, voice of Ruby from Love Live! Sunshine!!, combined their μ and Aqours strength and threw the first pitch of a Saitama Seibu Lions game at Metlife Dome. Grab your baseball bat and hit a home run on that read more button to watch tht pitch!
It's time for more school idol magic in Granblue Fantasy! The nine members of μ's are preparing to join the mobile game, complete with gorgeous new character art. Get a sneak peek of the upcoming collaboration after the jump!
The Love Live! mixed media franchise is gearing up to celebrate its 9th anniversary with all sorts of special projects (such as a new manga, magazine spots, and music and home video releases), but the biggest announcement as part of the festivities is the "Love Live! Fest" concert in January of 2020, which will feature the first performance by μ's in about 3 years. Hit the jump to learn more.
The winners of the Tokyo Anime Awards 2016 "Anime of the Year" prizes have been announced, and a certain theatrical film about school idols and a certain TV series about making anime won big this year. Hit the jump to learn more.
It has been confirmed that the Love Live! The School Idol Movie film earned 2.86 billion yen (about 25 million US dollars) in total from its 202-day theatrical run in Japan between June 13 and December 31, 2015. Hit the jump for more details.
Valentine's Day inspires all sorts of anime-themed holiday art, both amateur and professional. Hit the jump to check out one fan-artist's dimension shattering Valentine's Day gift from Kotori Minami of Love Live! School Idol Project.
A special holiday website features all 9 members of Aqours, the new school idol unit for the upcoming Love Live! Sunshine anime TV series, delivering special Valentine's Day messages for their fans. Hit the jump to learn more.