The famous (or perhaps infamous) anime adaptation of visual novel School Days has been memorialized in the form of a reusable monthly calendar. Now, you can see a little bit of the story unfold every day on your desk. Get a preview after the jump!
The Japanese online reservation shopping platform AMINBUS has announced a new slate of merchandise for the infamous School Days anime adaptation, with a twist. Read on for the details.
School Days character Kotonoha Katsura will be debuting as a VTuber on Christmas Eve, the official Twitter account for the visual novel creator 0verflow announced tonight. Yes, THAT School Days. Catch the boat after the jump!
Christmas Eve in Japan is usually spent with your significant other; sailing on a nice boat, enjoying the Christmas illuminations, or eating KFC. But, our expert opinion, one of the most romantic things you can do together is watch romantic anime and cuddle together, like School Days. If you're in Japan, AbemaTV has you covered by marathoning the sweet series over the holiday. Hit the jump to learn more!
The Internet is swift and ruthless, but also kind of weird. 12 years ago, the "Nice Boat" meme came to be—and while the circumstances were unfortunate, the ride was an interesting one. Look back with us after the jump.
Anime has a way of separating itself from other forms of media, both in its style and the way certain oddities propogate across the medium. Character quirks like a wayward hair, an angry way of showing love, or a strange obsession dark powers show up pretty often and beg to be made into lists. Anime-Planet has gone one further, categorizing them and letting you vote for the ones you love and hate! Hit the jump to see the top 5 in each area for a fan favorite, hair antenna!
In 2007, 0verflow visual novel School Days inspired a TV anime. The story of a high school boy's complicated love life took a violent turn. And, a day before the final episode was scheduled to broadcast on TV Kanagawa, a teenage girl in Kyoto murdered her father. The indecent prompted the station to pull the broadcast, replacing it with footage of Norway. The internet would then immortalize this with a screencap with the caption "Nice boat."
Discotek Media hopped on Facebook to let everyone know that they picked a handful of releases for February 2017, including a trio of new licenses. Among the February titles are releases of Key the Metal Idol on DVD, Izumo: Flash of a Brave Sword on DVD, and Actually, I Am… on Blu-ray and DVD.
Discotek Media had another slew of announcements to make earlier today, and as usual they turned to Facebook to get the word out. Here's a rundown of what they have in the pipes, from new licenses to release dates. Read on for more.