Video review of the anime series Guilty Crown by BakaShift, a friend of mine - enjoy!
A quick nod of appreciation to the original Birdy the Mighty, back in the day when ‘girls and guns’ anime were cool. Bring it all back, I say!
6800 yen… It’s depressing to think that an anime DVD released in Japan now can cost that much, and just for a couple of episodes!
Winter Wonder Festival 2013 is held today, February 10th at Makuhari Messe. As usual, we are going to list the upcoming Nendoroid being displayed in the event.
This post will be updated once we get new photos, so check back often! XD
Two and a half years ago, I was standing in the same spot and just about to enter Wonfes 2010
Summer… how I long to be back there!
Here’s the rest of the anime cels that we’ve been given. Again, if you recognise the series please can you let us know! ^^
My partner and I were given some anime cels recently but we’re having a hard time working out what series they are from. If you recognise which series any of these characters is from, we’d be really grateful if you could let us know!
Someone told me there might be horse meat in my beef burger; they never told me there might be a dog in my banana.
“Plans to drill down to a subterranean lake in Antarctica in the search for new life forms has been called off”… thank goodness, Second Impact has been averted!
I’ve blogged about the Evangelion x B Train Shorty model railway wagon, but how about an actual Evangelion-themed train? Here’s an excerpt from Asahi Shimbun’s article on the film tie-in:
An “Evangelion”-themed train and roller coaster are unveiled on Nov. 17 to celebrate the release of “Evangelion: 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo” animated film, which opens in theaters the same day.
Railway operator Fuji Kyuko Co.’s two-car train decorated with the color schemes of the Evangelion Unit 01 and 02 robots will run on the Fujikyuko line between the Otsuki and Kawaguchi-ko stations in Yamanashi Prefecture, and is part of the “EVA: Q x FUJI:Q Keikaku” collaboration.
Memorable scenes and lines from the anime are featured in posters, straps and other parts of the train’s interior.
Voice actress Kotono Mitsuishi, who plays the role of Misato Katsuragi, lends her voice for the in-train announcements for a part of the route.
It certainly sounds fun, although it could cause frustration for any passengers trying to avoid spoilers before they have had a chance to see the film!
I visited the Lunartik Mini-tea Tour at The Sho Gallery in Cardiff this weekend, great little place for artistic types to visit in general and some great variations on the Lunartik in the exhibition. I loved the robotic types and the mains lead Lunartik! Go visit if you’re in the area! (more info)