From the infamous “originally designed” Gundam statue in Schezuan province to a rip off the “A Certain” series, the Chinese have been known for ripping off Japanese anime. Now, their latest target is a classic anime and video game franchise along… Read More »
From OreImo to Pikachu, foreign anime fans in Akihabara were asked to weigh in on who their favorite anime characters are.
Nine months after it was first announced, Namco Bandai has finally released a first promo video for Shonen Jump’s 45th anniversary commemorative fighting game, J-Stars Victory VS (PS3, PS Vita). In it we see a recap of all the playable… Read More »
When Hatsune Miku teamed up with Louis Vuitton for Keiichiro Shibuya’s Vocaloid Opera: The End production, some Miku fans cheered (well, there was a life-sized figure of Miku made), while others cried blasphemy. The collaboration was a fairly controversial topic… Read More »
For a few decades now, Weekly Shounen Jump! has entertained quite a few generations of readers, not only from Japan but also the entire world. A Japanese TV show on Fuji TV named Shōgeki! Sansedai hikaku TV Generation tengoku Bangumi… Read More »
Imagine if your teacher teaching is a weird looking octopus-like alien. Next, imagine if that teacher is a powerful being responsible for destroying 70% of the moon and can move to speeds up to mach-20.
There are already so many reasons to visit Tokyo, but the opening of Shonen Jump inspired amusement park J-World Tokyo might just make your top ten.
Artists tend to use a diverse variety of tools to bring their fandom to life. Some use Photoshop, others ink, and some prefer plain paper and pencil.
Shounen Jump!‘s 45th anniversary fighting game J-stars Victory VS will have you pit Weekly Shounen Jump!‘s greatest heroes against one another. Think of it as ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us‘ with Jump! characters. With Naruto, Goku, Toriko, Luffy and the recently… Read More »
Japanese blog site Remoon has reveled that upcoming PS3/ PS Vita game J Stars Victory VS will have to new additional characters earlier today.
Oricon has just released The Top 10 best selling manga for the first half of 2013.
Starting July 11, you too can experience the world of Jump manga at J-World Tokyo.