Don’t Trust No-Face
Check out this awesome Limbo and Spirited Away cross over. The bittersweet world of Limbo fits nicely within the Miyazaki canon.
Artist Paul Connor has a talent for combining the world of Limbo with other pop culture icons. This artist is at the top of his digital art game. Great stuff here.
Check It: More Gaming on AlbotasBuy It: The Art of Spirited Away

Don’t Trust No-Face

Check out this awesome Limbo and Spirited Away cross over. The bittersweet world of Limbo fits nicely within the Miyazaki canon.

Artist Paul Connor has a talent for combining the world of Limbo with other pop culture icons. This artist is at the top of his digital art game. Great stuff here.

Check It: More Gaming on Albotas
Buy It: The Art of Spirited Away
U.S Release Trailer for New Studio Ghibli Film
Studio Ghibli is undoubtedly one of the best anime studios of all time. Ghibli has put out some of the best animated films at a consistent rate. They are back with their follow up to last year’s well received Secret World of Arrietty.  From Up On Poppy Hill is the story of a girl dealing with the loss of her father while the 1964 Tokyo Olympics’ construction crew threatens their school house. Directed by Goro Miyazaki (Tales From Earthsea) and written by Hayao Miyazaki.

Check It: More Film on AlbotasBuy It: The Secret World of Arrietty on Blu-ray

U.S Release Trailer for New Studio Ghibli Film

Studio Ghibli is undoubtedly one of the best anime studios of all time. Ghibli has put out some of the best animated films at a consistent rate. They are back with their follow up to last year’s well received Secret World of Arrietty.  From Up On Poppy Hill is the story of a girl dealing with the loss of her father while the 1964 Tokyo Olympics’ construction crew threatens their school house.

Directed by Goro Miyazaki (Tales From Earthsea) and written by Hayao Miyazaki.

Check It: More Film on Albotas
Buy It: The Secret World of Arrietty on Blu-ray
Creepy But Awesome My Neighbor Totoro Art
That fan theory about Totoro being a god of death is looking pretty relevant right now.
Check out this awesome sculpt from artist J*Ryu of artist group Army of Snipers.
I would kill to have this sitting on my desk.
Follow J*Ryu on Twitter @JRYU.
Check Out: More Studio Ghibli on AlbotasBuy: My Neighbor Totoro

Creepy But Awesome My Neighbor Totoro Art

That fan theory about Totoro being a god of death is looking pretty relevant right now.

Check out this awesome sculpt from artist J*Ryu of artist group Army of Snipers.

I would kill to have this sitting on my desk.

Follow J*Ryu on Twitter @JRYU.

Check Out: More Studio Ghibli on Albotas
Buy: My Neighbor Totoro
A Little Bit on the Ocarina Side: Sometimes at night, if you listen real hard, you can hear Totoro playing his ocarina from atop a tree. Here’s an extended range ocarina with a Totoro logo and even a tiny sculpt of the fluffy troll thing himself. One is on eBay right now for $215.

A Little Bit on the Ocarina Side: Sometimes at night, if you listen real hard, you can hear Totoro playing his ocarina from atop a tree. Here’s an extended range ocarina with a Totoro logo and even a tiny sculpt of the fluffy troll thing himself. One is on eBay right now for $215.

Studio Ghibli Blu-Rays Are Classy

Ah, silhouettes on a solid background. I’m still not sick of this style and it works really well with these Studio Ghibli Blu-Rays, which will be available on Wednesday. Now the bad news: They’re only available in Japan and Hong Kong, plus they’re ringing in at about $85 each. Wow.

Ni no Kuni Set for 2012 Release IN THE US!
I am so happy right now. You don’t even know. According to Gamespot, Ni no Kuni - the Level-5 / Studio Ghibli RPG - is going to be released in North America in early 2012. This only applies to the PS3 version of the game so far. There has been no word on whether the DS version of the game will also be localized. I supposed it could depend on how well the PS3 version does over here.
Note: Hey Europeans, don’t be sad. The PS3 is region free. If the game doesn’t come out over there, you can just import it from the US.
[Gamespot via Kotaku]

Ni no Kuni Set for 2012 Release IN THE US!

I am so happy right now. You don’t even know. According to Gamespot, Ni no Kuni - the Level-5 / Studio Ghibli RPG - is going to be released in North America in early 2012. This only applies to the PS3 version of the game so far. There has been no word on whether the DS version of the game will also be localized. I supposed it could depend on how well the PS3 version does over here.

Note: Hey Europeans, don’t be sad. The PS3 is region free. If the game doesn’t come out over there, you can just import it from the US.

[Gamespot via Kotaku]

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