Manga artist Rumiko Takahashi has inspired a whole new generation of creators. For next year's Angoulême Festival, she's showing what inspired her! Check out her gorgeous new poster of manga greats after the jump.
On October 14, 1981, Fuji TV broadcast the first episode of Urusei Yatsura, a TV anime based on the mega-popular science fiction romantic comedy manga by Rumiko Takahashi about a luckless Earth boy and his alien fiancée, and the rest is anime history. Join us as we celebrate 38 years of electric shocks, improbable scenarios, and wacky characters both terrestrial and extraterrestrial. Hit the jump to learn more.
Following the most recent one for the PreCure franchise announced last Saturday, Japan's national public broadcasting station NHK has launched a new national online poll project "All Rumic Anime Mega-Poll" to decide the most popular anime series based on internationally acclaimed artist Rumiko Takahashi's manga series, as well as character, TV episode, and song from them. Hit the jump for more details.
What awaits us in the magical world of Rumiko Takahashi's MAO? Inuyasha and Kagome introduce us to the new manga in a teaser video! Check out the ads after the jump.
Rumiko Takahashi is back in action! Her new manga, tentatively titled MAO, debuts this May in Japan. Get your first look after the jump!
For a limited time, Square Enix's smart phone game Schoolgirl Strikers 2 is teaming up with Urusei Yatsura and Ranma 1/2, two landmark manga by Rumiko Takahashi, in a collaboration that brings lead characters Lum Invader and Ranma Saotome into the world of mobile gaming. Hit the jump to learn more.
Last week we posted about legendary mangaka Rumiko Takahashi being one of the three finalists for the 46th Angoulême International Comics Festival's prestigious Grand Prix d’Angoulême, which honors the recipient's complete lifetime body of work. Now for the update we've all been waiting for...
The 46th Angoulême International Comics Festival goes down in France from January 24 to 27, and the latest update is here to reveal the three finalists for the prestigious Grand Prix d’Angoulême, which honors the recipient's complete lifetime body of work. Read on for more.
Shonen Sunday's official website Web Sunday confirmed on December 4 that a new serialized manga by internationally acclaimed artist Rumiko Takahashi (Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2, Inuyasha) is set to launch in Weekly Shonen Sunday in the early spring of 2019. Her last work Kyoukai no Rinne/Rin-ne ended its eight-year serialization in the magazine in December 2017. Hit the jump for more.