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New Visual for “Mitsuboshi Colors” TV Anime Adaptation

A new visual has been released for the Mitsuboshi Colors TV anime adaptation! The slice of life series began as a manga in July 2014 and was published in Dengeki Daioh with the story and artwork done by Katsuwo.

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis below:

“The “Colors” are three cute little girls who hang out together and say they’re protecting the peace of their city. They have lots of fun together, doing stuff like playing games, solving puzzles, and going to the zoo. This manga follows their largely happy daily life.”

Mitsuboshi Colors will begin airing in January 2018. You can find the visual in a bigger size after the break!

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New Merchandise for “Your Name.”, “Is the Order a Rabbit??”, “YURI!!! On ICE”, “Girls und Panzer”, and “The Eccentric Family”

Good Smile Company has added new merchandise to their shop!

A Taki Tachibana Nendoroid (Your Name.), a Mitsuha Miyamizu Nendoroid (Your Name.), a Cocoa Nendoroid (Is the Order a Rabbit??), a rereleased Chino Nendoroid (Is the Order a Rabbit?), a Yuri Plisetsky Nendoroid (YURI!!! on ICE), a collectible figure set for The Eccentric Family 2, and a 1/4th scale Yukari Akiyama figurine (Girls und Panzer der Film) are available to preorder now.

You can find more pictures and information after the break! Saucy warning.

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Kotobukiya Releases Wonder Festival (Summer) Teasers

Wonder Festival (Summer) is almost here and tons of figurine companies have been preparing for the event. Kotobukiya has released some teaser images for a few of their upcoming figurine announcements.

For those unfamiliar with Wonder Festival, it is the world’s biggest figure festival and takes place twice a year in both Summer and Winter. Many companies come together to show off and sell their products at booths across the venue.

This summer’s Wonder Festival will begin on July 30. Expect a compilation post around that time.

Check out the teasers after the break!

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Amanda, Constanze, and Jasminka Confirmed as Playable Characters in the “Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time” Video Game

A new key visual and promotional video have been released for the upcoming Little Witch Academia video game, Chamber of Time!

The video shows off the three new playable characters: Amanda O’Neill, Constanze Amalie von Braunschbank Albrechtsberger, and Jasminka Antonenko, and plays a short preview of the game’s main theme song. This theme song will be performed by Yuiko Ohara, the singer of the final two ED themes in the Little Witch Academia TV anime series.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time will be released in Japan on November 30 to the Playstation 4. The game is expected to reach Western players in early 2018 and will be playable through the Playstation 4 or Steam (PC).

You can find the video and key visual after the break!

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New Merchandise for “Tangled”, “Kantai Collection”, “The [email protected]”, and “Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress”

New merchandise has been added to Good Smile Company’s shop!

A Rapunzel Nendoroid (Tangled), a 1/7th scale Shigure figurine (Kantai Collection), a 1/8th scale Chihaya Kisaragi figurine (The [email protected]), and a 1/7th scale Mumei figurine (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress) are available to preorder now.

You can find more pictures and information after the break!

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New Merchandise for “Fullmetal Alchemist”, “Puella Magi Madoka Magica”, “Kemono Friends”, “Rebuild of Evangelion”, and “The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan”

Good Smile Company has added new merchandise to their shop!

An Alphonse Elric Nendoriod (Fullmetal Alchemist), a Sayaka Miki Nendoroid (Puella Magi Madoka Magica), a Serval figma (Kemono Friends), a Rei Ayanami Parfom figure (Rebuild of Evangelion), and a 1/4th scale Nagato Yuki figurine (The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan) are available to preorder now.

You can find more pictures and information after the break!

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Two New PVs Released for “The [email protected] SideM” TV Anime

Two new promotional videos have been released for The [email protected] SideM anime adaptation! Looks like the unit announcements are finally over and it’s time to really start showing off the anime.

The first video is your basic idol unit announcement, but this time it’s for Jupiter! You may recognize this group from the original [email protected] television anime. Touma Amagase, Hokuto Ijuuin, and Shouta Mitarai make up this unit.

The second video is for the actual TV anime and shows off a few clips of animation while quickly going over all the idols and their units! A-1 Pictures is the animation production studio for this project and is the same studio to provide animation for The [email protected] and The [email protected] Cinderella Girls series.

The story of 315 Production will begin on October 2017.

Check out the videos after the break!

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New Merchandise for “Pokemon”, “Kantai Collection”, and “Fate/Stay Night [Unlimited Blade Works]”

Good Smile Company has added new merchandise to their shop!

An Ash & Pikachu Nendoroid (Pokemon), a Pokemon Nendoroid More Face Parts Case, a Kiyoshimo Nendoroid (Kantai Collection), a Tokitsukaze figma (Kantai Collection), a 1/8th scale Shigure Kai-II figurine (Kantai Collection), and a 1/7th scale Tohsaka Rin figurine (Fate/Stay Night [Unlimited Blade Works]) are available to preorder now.

You can find more pictures and information after the break!

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New Key Visual for “Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You”

A new key visual has been released for Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! (Pokemon: Kimi ni Kimeta!), the 20th film in the Pokemon series.

The film’s synopsis is listed below:

“The film tells the story of how Satoshi (Ash) and Pikachu came to know each other. Pikachu was not cooperative toward Satoshi (Ash), but Satoshi (Ash) only wanted to be friends with Pikachu. On the day they set out from Masara Town (Pallet Town), both of them saw a Houou (Ho-Oh) flying and made a vow to someday go and meet it.”

I Choose You! will open in Japanese theaters on July 15.

You can find the visual in a bigger size after the break!

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