In one day, this artist adds years to this phone case.
Labor of love makes the latest Gundam mecha look like something from anime’s heady hand-drawn peak.
We cannot say with 100 percent certainty that a giant robot did not intervene at the last minute.
The significance of the event is being felt by everyone, even the workers who stopped to pose with photos of the mecha’s gigantic detached body parts.
When you’re heavily-armed and armoured, there’s no need to fear heights, falls or even cardboard bears!
They’re called “mobile suits,” and snowboarding is a form of mobility, after all.
But could the sudden farewell have a silver lining?
An age difference is no barrier to romance, as long as you both love giant anime robots.
This touching story brings a whole new meaning to the term “fan service“.
Because we all need somebody to lean on.
Of course making a giant robot suit is no easy task, but Hajime Research Institute is 22 percent there.
Why draw pictures when you can CUT pictures?
A fresh take on old-school Pocket Monsters and mobile suits.
Designs inspired by multiple series, including A War in the Pocket, are causing a stir online.
It’s like the saying goes: When life hands you a lobster, make a Psycommu-system-equipped mobile suit with it.
Why show your love for just one great sci-fi series when you can combine two?
Who said sake cups have to be boring?
There’s nothing we’d rather do in a video game than destroy huge robots and customize an extremely powerful Gundam of our own.
This suite has been open for a while now, but we definitely think you’ve never seen it up close like this before.
The Tokyo International Film Festival (from hereon, TIFF) started on Oct. 22 and is being held for 10 days. This year’s anime feature is none other than Gundam. The show’s creator, Yoshiyuki Tomino, appeared at the talk show hosted as part of this special project and also found time in his busy schedule to give a combined interview to overseas media.