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November 7, 2012, 6:00 PM
November 7, 2012, 6:00 PM

Wave released Madoka Magica Beach Queen figures of Madoka, Sayaka and Homura in the chilly late months of 2011. This time, they're planning scheduling more seasonally appropriate months to return to the sands.

Cosplay photographer Ray Lum gave us more than we bargained for when he set out with five girls for a Puella Magi Madoka Magica-themed photo shoot. The gang wound up coming back with an impressive effects-laden Madoka movie trailer-style fan film ...

Magi, Fate, High Kyū! ! , Hetalia events also delayed in Osaka The organizers at Studio You announced on Tuesday that they are canceling the "Kansai Only Festa 2012 Autumn Part 2" dōjinshi event due to the recent Kuroko's Basketball threats.


Ninomiya Kazunari’s “Platina Data” supporting cast announced Back in January, it was learned that Arashi’s Ninomiya Kazunari will be starring in a movie adaptation of Higashino Keigo’s mystery novel “Platina Data,” along with supporting actor Toyo...

AKB48 CD Sales Surpass 20 Million, Becomes Best Selling Girl Group Of All Time music posted by Aysohmay 26 minutes ago   ·   0 comments With the release of their latest single "UZA", AKB48 has sold more than 20 million CDs since making their debut...

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ONE OK ROCK announces a new single in January by ustar on November 5, 2012 at 10:53 pm Rock band ONE OK ROCK has announced that their new single (currently untitled) will be released on January 9th! This was announced by the members on November 3r...

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Namco Bandai are done with recording Tales of Xillia’s English dub, the game’s North American Producer, Ted Tsung, reports via the PlayStation blog. Recording took place over a span of eight weeks, Tsung reveals.


SMAP’s “Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana” tops JASRAC royalty ranking for past 30 years On Monday, the Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC) celebrated the 30th anniversary of its JASRAC Awards, presented annually ...

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