Nice Bird, everyone! Akihabara's Ani-ON Station is teaming up with Franchouchou and Drive-In Tori for a zombie-licious collab café! Get a taste of Saga after the jump!
The zombie takeover continues! The official ZOMBIE LAND SAGA Twitter has reached 100,000 followers, and Franchouchou are celebrating with a YouTube livestream. Find out more after the jump!
Franchouchou continues their quest to revitalize Saga! Next on the list is the Takeo Ureshino Country Club, which will be selling exclusive merch featuring the ZOMBIE LAND SAGA stars. Hit the jump for a preview!
Good morning again, Saga! Franchouchou is coming home for their next live concert — and it's been announced that their Arpino show will be a direct recreation of the event in episode 12 of the anime! Hit the jump for the latest info on the event.
Franchouchou is preparing for their next big live show! At today's event in Tokyo, the ZOMBIE LAND SAGA group announced that their next performance would be back home in Saga Prefecture. Get the scoop, plus more news on what's to come in the next months, after the jump!
Good morning again, Saga! The girls of Franchouchou are back for a spring ZOMBIE LAND SAGA collab café. Check out the song-inspired dishes and exclusive merchandise after the jump.
The Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2019 (TAAF 2019 for short) - an industry award show and film festival that recognizes excellence in Japanese TV and film animation - will be held in Tokyo from March 08 - 11, 2019, and now the winners for the Grand Prix and Individual awards have been revealed. Hit the jump to learn more.
Franchouchou lives on! The upcoming ZOMBIE LAND SAGA live event has debuted its key artwork, along with concert goodies for fans. Check them out after the jump!
If you're missing Franchouchou as much as we are, take heart: there's a new calendar on the way! MAPPA is opening orders for a 2019 Franchouchou calendar, featuring the undead stars of the series. Get a preview of the new art after the jump!
Animation studio MAPPA recently held an event in Tokyo, Japan that offered an up-close look at some of their recent hit titles, including Dororo, Kakeguri, and the living dead idol sensation known as Zombie Land Saga! CR News’ exclusive manga-style photo report, ANIME CITY, takes you there after the jump!