Novectacle, the developer behind The House in Fata Morgana has recently announced on Twitter their plans to attend Comiket 92 and reveal a new secret project.
E3 short for Electronic Entertainment Expo, is the most important industry event for those in the field of video games in the world. However because it was an industry event only video game developers, journalists, and other people whose field involve video games have been able to attend the show since its debut in 1995.
Moto Hagio is a renowned shoujo mangaka with a large body of work to her name. The Kichijoji Art Museum will be hosting an exhibit starting April 9th on her sci-fi art called Moto Hagio Sci-Fi Original Space Play Exhibition, Fly Into a Different World.
Street Fighter V‘s world release in America and Europe (releasing 2 days later in Japan) will be celebrated in Manchester, England with the setting of a world record to be recorded in the Guinness World Record books.
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Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is a fighting game where heroines from multiple Nitroplus titles battle against one another.
Today Marvelous Inc. uploaded an animated trailer featuring Super Sonico and her band, Astronomical Velocity, performing the theme of the game. The trailer showcased the fighters as well as previews of the game. It’s fair to assume some of the animated sequences will be in the intro video to the game.
All of the events happening this week around the world concerning otaku culture. This isn’t simply a listing of conventions, each event has to have some focus on Japanese pop culture whether it be anime, video games, and so on and so forth.
The leaders in late night doujin browsing FAKKU are coming to Anime Expo this year with a bigger presence than ever before. Did I mention this post is not for pure hearted people under 18?
MomoCon, a convention that took place in Atlanta, Georgia last weekend has been on blast by the cosplay community for a string of accusations concerning harassment cosplayers report experiencing throughout the weekend.
This was my first Free Comic Book Day, unfortunate circumstances have prevented me from attending the last two years but this year I had myself a comic book store road trip with friends where we hit five comics shops and I came out with a total of 30 something comics, with one third of them being of the free kind. Free Comic Book Day is a great day to interact with your local comic community and introduce people to the world of comics. Continue reading Free Comic Book Day 2015: Otaku Report