Lately, we’ve noticed that you are very interested in all news that has to do with the bonus presents given to cinema-goers in Japan. From the amazing illustrations given at Kuroko no Basket Last Game to the Sword Art Online -Ordinal Scale-postcards and light novels, you wish you had the chance to get your hands on some of these amazing anime goodies. We feel you, and that’s why we have a proposal for you in the article below:
We are also very excited that we have been allowed an interview by Her Fairyness Yui, the Grand Dictator for Life of Yousei Teikoku. All loyal subjects of the Das Feenreich will have the chance to submit their questions through MANGA.TOKYO. If you have no clue who the Fairy Empire (Yosei Teikoku) and why we are pledging our allegiance, read our article (and don’t forget to submit your questions!):
Escape games are fun. It’s the closest thing we have to a proper working Star Trek holodeck, and they make you feel part of your favorite worlds. My Hero Academiais going to get a Real Life Escape Game in Japan where, in groups of four, you can become students of U.A Academy, solve mysteries and break codes as you make use of the Quirks of all the Heroes around you to attack the enemies and go home alive.
You know the endless cycle of creation: fans become creators who spawn more fans who become creators who make works that get more fans who then want to be creators… It can go on forever. Two famous mangaka, the creator of Detective Conan, Goushou Aoyama, and the author of Chihayafuru, Yuki Suetsugu, drew a picture together to commemorate the release of the anime movie Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter.
If you are a fan who wants to be a creator, you have to see this.
Many creators are willing to turn to their fans for money if it means that they will be free to make their vision into reality without the constraints coming from the industry professionals. Yutaka Yamamoto asked his fans for help with his upcoming original anime movie, Twilight (Hakubo).
We are still in doubt on which titles we should add in our personal anime lists. SO MANY ANIME. We know how difficult it is to choose among so many anime so we decided to see (almost) all first episodes of Spring 2017 and share our thoughts with you: