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Detective Conan Curry from Village Vanguard

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Detective Conan Curry from Village Vanguard is awesome! You can find this delicacy in Village Vanguard, a store with tons of amazing geeky stuff. Detective Conan Curry comes in two types: black criminal curry and brilliant white curry. Each of them cost 648 including tax, and are set to be sold from October onwards.

The black criminal curry has black pork curry. The pack has 200 grams, enough for one serving.

Detective Conan is one of the most famous manga (and anime) existing out there. Having the opportunity to enjoy Detective Conan’s curry is a total delight. If you have the opportunity to get your hands on it, do it! (Also, let us know if you are interested in getting yours.)

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Tada~! Shogakukan’s Shonen Sunday and Get the Sun go digital from today!

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Tada~! Shogakukan’s Shonen Sunday and Get the Sun go digital from today! This is great news if you love reading manga. Shogakukan’s Shonen Sunday and Get the Sun are joining the digital world for its fans delight. Shonen manga magazines are very popular in Japan, some of them being top-selling ones. Shueisha’s Shonen Jump, Kodansha’s Shonene Magazine, and Akita Shoten’s Shonen Champion are the leading digital editions at the moment. Shueisha’s Shonen Jump started its digital adventure back in September 2014 and soon others followed. Kodansha’s Shonen Magazine joined the fun back in January 2015, while Akita Shoten’s Shonen Champion did it in March 2016. Some of these magazines release their runs in printed and digital format at the same time, while others release them after a while.

Shogakukan starts the digital adventure of these two manga manazines with their 33rd numbers, August 2016 issues. The price wis 549 yen for the printed magazine, and 270 yen for the digital edition. Plus, Shogakukan is also planing to launch a digital edition of its Monthly SUndy GX magazine by fall. To promote the digital versions of the magazines, Shogakukan is offering a free run of previous issues of them (32nd volume and July 2016). But be quick, since they will be free only till August 9 in their digital formats!

This means that we’re going to have access to one of the best manga magazines out there from today!! Now the question that remains is: who will top the digital edition market from now on?

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Osomatsu-san in Nanja-town, Ikebukuro, Tokyo

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If you love Osomatsu-san, you’re going to love Osomatsu-san in Nanja-town, Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Osomatsu-san in Nanja-town is an event that will be held from May 28th to July 13 in Namco Nanja-town, in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Last year, this same event was held in December. In addition to the popular menu that was offered during the last event, there are new dishes that will be a delight for all the fans. There are also six random cans with badges that will be offered during this event. (If you love it, you’re going to collect all six of them!)

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Crunchyroll Adds “Space Patrol Luluco” Manga To Its Digital Manga Library

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Great news! Crunchyroll adds “Space Patrol Luluco” manga to its digital manga library. Crunchyroll has announced their addition of a new manga to their digital manga library: Trigger’s “Space Patrol Luluco.” The manga is available for all Crunchyroll users around the world excluding Japan.

“Space Patrol Luluco” its a short anime about a thirteen-year-old girl who lives in the solar system frontier called Ogikubo. Her father works for the Space Patrol. She goes to the school and seems to have a normal life. However, her father has an accident and is frozen, she takes his place in the Space Patrol, becoming the head of division. She is sent to daily missions to protect Ogikubo space frontier from space criminals.

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One Punch Man Manga Illustrator Draws the Covers for Spider-Man

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One Punch Man Manga Illustrator Draws the Covers for Spider-Man and they are all amazing! Dan Slott’s The Amazing Spider-Man, aka as Spider-Verse will enjoy amazing covers by Yusuke Murata, illustrator of One-Punch Man! Spider-Verse is getting more interesting thanks to Murata’s pen. If you’re afraid of staring at Spider-Man with a totally different touch, don’t despair: you’ll find your Spider-Man only with a great shape! Murata’s style is dynamic and fresh, and of course, unmistakable. However, we must also state that his version of Spider-Man is not only amazing, it’s also strong and alluring.

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Osomatsu-san Crepe Harajuku Collaboration is here!

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Osomatsu-san Crepe Harajuku Collaboration is here! You’re going to love this amazing collaboration between the famous Osomatsu-san anime & manga series along with the famous character crepe shop Kyarakure! Harajuku (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo). Osomatsu-san will appear for a limited time, and you’ll be able to enjoy delicious crepes, nice Osomatsu-san wrappings and other limited merchandise such as limited postcards and limited coasters. The menu will be available from April 15 to April 28!!

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Comico Spring Music Festival 2016. Don’t miss it!

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Comico Spring Music Festival 2016 is here and is about to rock your world. Don’t miss it because it’s going to be great. As you already know, Comico is an app that lets you read manga and graphic novels. They are going to publish a special manga with music during the Comico Spring Music Festival 2016. They collaborate with manga artist every season. So, we’ve got the Comico Spring Music Festival, the Comico Summer Music Festival, the Comico Autumn Music Festival and the Comico Winter Music Festival.

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Great news! Tonkatsu DJ Agetaro on air soon!

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Great news! Tonkatsu DJ Agetaro on air soon! As you might already know, Tonkatsu DJ Agetaro is a Japanese manga series written by Iipyao and illustrated by Yujiro Koyama. For now, it has been serialized online on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ since 2014. It has also been published in Shueisha’s fashion magazine Men’s Non-no. Studio Deen has created the animated version for television, an adaptation that will see the light on April 10 this year! You might already know it too, but, Akitaro Daichi directs the anime (Studio Deen) and Daisuke Fujiwara composes the music.

So, what’s the manga about? The main character is called Agetaro Katsumata, a funny dumb guy whose family runs a tonkatsu restaurant. It has been doing so for three generations. However, Agetaro is an amateur DJ, and one day he has an epiphany. What if tonkatsu cooks and DJsare but the same thing? So, he decides to create an event at a restaurant.

TONE-CUTS GROOVE PROJECT has created a realistic promo video. You can see it below. [They’re including sounds from a tonkatsu restaurant into the project. It’s quite funny.]

When you fry a tonkatsu there’s a specific sound. So, they have captured it. They also included the tempo of shredding the cabbage. After capturing these sounds, they’ve assembled them for the music. Collecting the sounds from the kitchen isn’t an easy task. And many people might not realize how difficult was to put together the music for this project. But, it seems that they nailed it! What do you think?

Don’t miss the anime! It’s going to be fun!

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Manga News! Shogakukan’s Manga One App New Adds: The Lost Village and Magi Adventure of Sinbad

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Manga News! Shogakukan’s Manga One App New Adds: The Lost Village and Magi Adventure of Sinbad. But how this happened? Shogakukan is collaborating with Animeism, a programe from the TBS/MBS. They are want to promote the manga from The Lost Village and Magi: Adventure of Sinbad. And this is great news for us because we’ll have access to two great manga, and if you’re in Japan, also the anime. So, both animes are going to see their manga adaptations on the Manga One App from this April onwards. (One will start at the beginning of April, while the other will start in the middle of April, according to their airing schedules).

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Unhappy Go Lucky! Anime Set to Start on April

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Unhappy Go Lucky! anime set to start on April! Unhappy Go Lucky! is known in Japan as “Anhapi,” a combination of hiragana (an) and katakana (hapi). The title is also known as Anne Happy. It is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Cotoji. While it’s been published in the States by Yen Press, the anime will see the light on April 2016. The anime it’s animated by Silver Link and directed by Shin Ounuma.

The Voice cast is as follows: umiri Hanamori (Remo in Garakowa: Restore the World) is An Hanakoizumi (unhappiness); Kiyono Yasuno (Megumi Kato in Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend) is Botan Kumegawa (bad health); Mayu Yoshioka (Mayu Shimada in Wake Up, Girls!) is Ren Ekoda (trouble with women); Kiyono Yasuno (Megumi Kato in Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend) is Botan Kumegawa (bad health); Haruka Shiraishi (Ronia in Ronia the Robber’s Daughter) is Ruri Hibarigaoka (tragic love); and Hibiku Yamamura (Kirara Amanogawa/Cure Twinkle in Go! Princess PreCure) is Hibiki Hagyu (no sense of direction).

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