It's been 8 years since the first episode of Nagi no Asukara (also known as Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea) aired in Japan on October 3, 2013. To celebrate the anniversary, the official Twitter account shared an illustration of the five main girls tied by fate. Get washed away with emotions past the jump!
Looking to learn more about anime and manga? Memoirs, production histories and impassioned critique lies after the jump for your perusal.
The grand opening of Konica Minolta Planetarium Manten NAGOYA is scheduled for the fall of 2021. And an original movie Dog Star: Kimi to Miageru Fuyu no Seiza-tachi (Winter Constellations to Look Up With You) is decided to be screened as its opening work. Hit the jump for more details including a teaser trailer.
MAPPA is one busy anime studio, so it should surprise no one that their 10th Anniversary stage event was equally busy. The folks behind hit anime like JUJUTSU KAISEN and Attack on Titan Final Season had plenty to share during the event, so read on for a recap!
For the last surprise at the MAPPA 10th Anniversary event tonight, a new anime film from famed screenwriter and director Mari Okada was announced to be in production at the anime studio. The first visual and trailer for Alice to Tres no Maboroshi Kojo was released alongside the reveal of the main staff. Learn more after the jump!
Beep-beep! All aboard the Chuni Bus to Terror Town! This week "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" is taking a guided tour to The Lost Village, an original TV anime from the spring season of 2016 that sprang from the minds of director Tsutomu Mizushima and screen-writer Mari Okada, and we're having a heck of a trip in the process! Hit the jump to learn more.
P.A Works' book imprint P.A. Books announced yesterday on their Twitter account that anime series Hanasaku Iroha will be getting 6 new stories in book form – set 7 years after the end of the anime series. The story sees Ohana return to Yunosagi to restart Kissuiso! Learn more after the jump!
Trips to Japan are currently off the table for obvious reasons, but why not emulate the feeling of visiting one of your favorite anime locations, by following Wilhelm on his casual pilgrimage to the town of Chichibu? See how Anohana: The Flower That We Saw That Day’s most important location stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!