One of the key item cards in The Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls (also known as Mobam@s, since it’s on the Mobage social game platform) is the Trainer card, which works a little like the Trainer card in the Pokemon TCG –… Read More »
In Japan, going to the cinema to watch an anime movie is not just a theatrical experience – it’s also a chance to own exclusive memorabilia that you won’t get elsewhere.
It’s Iori Minase’s birthday today! And what better way to celebrate the self-proclaimed “everyone’s idol” than for character goods maker Cospa to come out with a Iori-themed birthday T-shirt?
No no, this is not a change in career tracks for voice actress Eriko Nakamura (Haruka Amami in The Idolm@ster). She’s still going to voice all your favourite “dojikkos” and what-not. Nakamura was made JR Tokushima station’s station master for… Read More »
The Idolm@ster franchise has been storming Japanese phones with their two social games, but international fans can finally get a piece of the action with the iOS port of Shiny Festa.
The Idolm@ster is starting a campaign with the convenience store Lawson in which customers can get a variety of prizes, ranging from magnets to tickets to an upcoming concert in Tokyo.
The Idolm@ster continues to pump out CDs, as right after the release of “Onegai! Cinderella”, Nippon Columbia has announced the next set of singles based on CInderella Girls.
The Idolm@ster CInderella Girls has become quite popular in Japan, even though the mobile game isn’t available outside of Japan. Since you can’t play the game, would you like to see the more recent idols in an anime?
The Idolm@ster franchise has become a multimedia sensation since the first idol-raising game was released in Japanese arcades. With the huge amount of success it has built, it’s only natural to make another sequel, right?
The Idolm@ster. It started out as a pretty cool idea for a video game. Then came the anime (the one with robots in it). Then the manga. Then more games. More manga. And then another anime – a more literal… Read More »