Japan usually has no complaints about swimsuit modeling, but this time is a little different.
“Sword of rouge” sounds like a fantasy weapon, but it’s an actual part of this makeup collection inspired by the hit Clamp anime.
The bird that’s reborn in flames is reborn in the sky.
DC takes a page from Marvel’s playbook by teaming up with local artist to promote its franchises in Japan.
After dallying with side projects after Season 1 of the anime, the post-Season 2 break will be blissfully short.
Seiji’s already-disarming looks get an SD manga makeover in this bittersweet episode from his less-than-active love life.
Vocaloid star Hatsune Miku meets the “God of Manga,” Osamu Tezuka, in new exhibition.
There’s more to cosplaying across genders then just dressing up in costume.
All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.
Illustrator spreads the word about a happiness that comes from choosing not to get married or have kids.
The City of Angels is going to be the City of Sakura this July.
Anime heroine’s transformation item really can change the way you look.
Kero-chan protected Sakura during her anime adventures, and now it’s time for him to protect your hands from burns during your cooking endeavors.
It may look like an ordinary sandwich, but apparently, they did a pretty good job of making it revolting!
Now you can transform yourself into characters like No Face, Slime, Ryuk and Spiderman, simply by pulling your shirt over your head.
Innovative awesomeness utilizes one simple trick.
According to the artist, all it takes is one simple thing to live happily ever after.
As the temperature rises, so do the hemlines, but that doesn’t mean everyone gets to take a peak at your underwear.
Bundled package includes selfie stick and draws styling cues from multiple magical items used by the anime heroine.
Eat like an undead and indulge in a little light cosplay at this limited-time cafe celebrating the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul franchise.