Inheritance The Art of Anime and Everything Cool Signature Auction continues to grow in popularity and attract eye-catching mailings to tempt collectors of original comic books, shopping cart artwork and animation cels. The third installment, a sold-out four-day event, wrapped up late Monday night and surpassed its predecessors in bothRead More →

Organized by the “Fun” Foundation to promote media and visual arts among children and young people, the Artist Group “Anima” chose to shine a light on art, an inspiring creative platform that presented their works. Offer “Anime” and its creations to all ages and all nations. The activities of “ScreenRead More →

Mobile suits are becoming a permanent part of the city’s infrastructure, with more teams to come. In recent years, an increasing number of Japanese cities have installed Pokemon manhole covers, creating fun pilgrimage sites for fans of the franchise. If your liking for anime is less cute creatures and moreRead More →

“Princess Mononoke” Ashitaka and Yakul production cell with production background and animation design (Studio Ghibli, 1997) and “Akira” Kaneda and Kei production cell setup with Key Master background (Tokyo Movie Shinsha , 1988) | Source: Heritage auctions This year, Heritage Auctions of Dallas, Texas, pays special tribute to anime withRead More →

WWE recently announced in its latest investor appeal that the professional wrestling organization will partner with the Crunchyroll anime streaming service to deliver a mysterious anime project in the future, but the platform wanted also honoring one of the company’s biggest superstars on John. Cena’s birthday. While details regarding theRead More →

Title: Overlord: The Complete Anime Art BookAuthor: Kugane Maruyama (History), so-bin (Characters)Editor: Yen PressTongue: EnglishFormat: HardcoverPages: 240Kind: Art bookPublication date: December 15, 2020 Final thoughts I love art books and I love Suzerain so when i saw he was getting an art book i jumped at the chance to reviewRead More →

A new decade has begun. The style of anime we’re seeing over the next 10 the years will be different of the last 10. It’s natural. But is there reasons that we can identify and break down? It turns out there is. Above, illustrations by artist Date Naoto demonstrating howRead More →

When this kindergarten goes to school, her self-portraits change depending on whether she is in a Japanese or American environment. Living another culture, at any age, brings joy, challenges and little self-discoveries along the way. For a Japanese girl currently growing up in the United States, navigating cultural differences andRead More →