Kabbalah and capitalism make strange bedfellows in Zombie Loan, a 2007 TV anime in which two handsome living dead boys are press-ganged into part time jobs as soul-collectors for the overworked denizens of the Afterlife. Hit the jump to learn more.
Peach-Pit (the pen name for manga artist duo Banri Sendo and Shibuko Ebara) will be producing a 3rd series of their gothic fantasy series Rozen Maiden for Shueisha's Ultra Jump seinen manga magazine beginning in February of 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
Late year, the January issue of Shonen Ace launched Wandering Wonder World, the first shonen manga series by PEACH-PIT (author of shoujo like Shugo Charo and seinen like Rozen Maiden- borderline works like DearS and Zombie Loan complicate the "first" declaration.) A first collection of the series set in amysterious amusement park hit Japan yesterday, accompanied by a music video from Reruriri (kittycreators) and 96neko.
The January issue of Shonen Ace is set to launch Wandering Wonder World, the first shonen manga series by PEACH-PIT (author of shoujo like Shugo Charo and seinen like Rozen Maiden - borderline works like Dengeki Comic gao!s DearS and GFantasy's Zombie Loan complicate the "first" declaration.) Get a look after the jump.
PEACH-PIT, the manga artist unit of Rozen Maiden and Shugo Chara!, has supported "Ashiya Ningyou Kanshasai" (Ashiya Dolls Thanks Festival) in Ashiya-cho, Fukuoka Prefecture, by donating their original character Komari. This year's festival offers a cider bottle with her illustration label. Check the details after the jump.
Manga creators Peach-Pit will be concluding their Young Jump run of the living dolls series Rozen Maiden this January. Depending on how collections break down, it will have run 10 or 11 volumes. More after the jump.