How About Waking Up To The Voice Asuna from Sword Art Online? Sony’s New Voice Interactive Assistant App “Wake Me Up Asuna,” Is Now Available Internationally With An English Language Support Add-on. Continue reading
Last week, we took you along for an anime pilgrimage to K-ON!’s Saukragaoka High School. This week, we thought it would be neat to be able to visit anime locations that are a lot closer to us than Japan. If you’re not jumping on a plane and flying to Japan anytime soon, you might still be able to pull off an anime pilgrimage in your area. Read on as we visit spots (in person and virtually) from Steins;Gate in LA and Eden of the East in NYC.
We make an anime pilgrimage to K-ON!’s Sakuragaoka High School – in real life! Join us on our magical adventure from the real world to the anime world in order to search out where the Light Music Club hangs out.
Worlds collide as an iconic Nitroplus mascot gets her day in the sun in Sentai Filmworks‘ latest acquisition, Soni-Ani:SUPER SONICO THE ANIMATION. This 12 episode romp in girl band wonderland is directed by Kenichi Kawamura (Rozen Maiden, Ninja Scroll), with scripts by Yousuke Kuroda (S-CRY-ed, BTOOOM!), art direction by Yoshito Takamine (Gurren Lagann, Broken Blade) and animation production by WHITE FOX (Persona 4, The World God Only Knows). Continue reading
KIDS ON THE SLOPE, a series by the acclaimed team behind Cowboy Bebop, launches on the 24/7 digital anime channel, Neon Alley this Friday. The series follows a group of young jazz musicians in 60s era Japan.
Aniplex of America announced that the heartwarming movie about friendships lost and found again, Anohana The Movie: The Flower We Saw That Day, will be shown in select movie theaters in the United States and Canada. Continue reading
Tonight, Sword Art Online fans will be treated to something special. Aniplex of America has just announced they will be hosting a special Sword Art Online “Watch and Win” contest on Adult Swim’s Toonami. Continue reading
Studio Trigger’s newest series, Kill la Kill, is about a school girl that is searching for her father’s killer. Armed with a sword called “the scissor blade”, her search brings her to a school where a group of students, who wear uniforms that give them superhuman powers, rule the other students through fear, intimidation, and worse. As you may have guessed, confrontation quickly ensues. Kill la Kill debuts today with English subtitles on streaming sites aniplexchannel, crunchyroll, and daisuki. Known for their hit Little Witch Acadamia, Studio Trigger’s newest effort promises to be an action packed tale.