Posts tagged with "Gurren Lagann"

INTERVIEW Kill La Kill & Baymax Designer Shigeto Koyama

INTERVIEW Kill La Kill & Baymax Designer Shigeto Koyama
Shigeto Koyama sits in a small interview room above a bustling MCM London Comic Con. He’s wearing a shirt of the ghost girl featured in his latest animation Obake-chan, and is friendly and talkative as he discusses his career in the Japanese animation industry with MCM Buzz. It is not often that an animator who works for the infamous Studio Trigger, the company behind mecha-anime giants Gurren Lagann and Kill La Kill, can be seen on British soil,... 

Animator Shigeto Koyama at MCM London Comic Con!

Animator Shigeto Koyama at MCM London Comic Con!
  MCM London Comic Con was thrilled to hear Shigeto Koyama speak on stage this weekend. An animator and character/mecha designer, it’s probable you’ve seen his shows even if you’ve not heard his name. Well known in the West for his adorable design of Baymax in Big Hero 6, he’s also responsible for Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, influenced Kill la Kill, Eureka Seven and its sequels, Gurren Lagann, and he’s worked on the rebuild... 

Shingo Natsume to be Guest of Honour at MCM Scotland Comic Con

Shingo Natsume to be Guest of Honour at MCM Scotland Comic Con
Anime director Shingo Natsume, will be appearing at MCM Scotland Comic Con as a special guest on both days. Born in 1980 he is an active director and animator, having worked on shows such as Gurren Lagann, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Naruto Shippuden and Corpse Princess to name a few. He has also worked on several movies including, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Star of Milos, Gurren Lagann The Movie: The Lights in the Sky are Stars and several... 

Bye Bye Bandai! Bandai Entertainment to stop publishing new Manga and Anime!

Bye Bye Bandai! Bandai Entertainment to stop publishing new Manga and Anime!
With 2012 only a couple of days old, it would appear that the new year is off to a bad start for Anime and Manga fans with the announcement that Bandai Entertainment will no longer publish, from February, any new DVD’s, Blu-rays and manga. What the company, which is a subsidiary of Namco Bandai Holdings, plans to do is re-focus their efforts instead to selling licensing rights to other interested third parties, focusing on areas such as digital... 
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