This season there are 54 new anime on the air, so it can be more than a little difficult to know which ones to watch. But now that the season has reached its half-way point, we at Kotaku East come bearing our recommendations.
Don’t you love visual tricks? (Be warned, like many optical illusions, not everyone can see this!)
At the start of the new live-action Lupin III film, Fujiko, seeing one of her fellow thieves avoid a pressure-sensitive museum floor by using a rocket pack, utters, “You've got to be joking”—which is more than a little apt as it was exactly what I kept saying again and again over the next two hours and fifteen minutes.
This isn't the first Lupin The Third trailer, but it's the longest one to date. It also gives us a good look at the live-action version. Well, whaddaya think? Will it suck?
When you think of great anime detectives, Detective Conan is probably the first one to come to mind. And when you think of great anime criminals, you probably think of Lupin III. So it’s no surprise that Lupin and Conan are starring in Lupin III VS Detective Conan: The Movie which opened last weekend in Japan.
Popular Korean group Crayon Pop gets flak for its alleged costume knocks-offs. And now some are wondering if the group's newest single, "Lonely Christmas," doesn't rip off the theme song for anime Lupin III.
There's a live-action Lupin the Third movie being made in Japan. Master thief Lupin is being played by Japanese actor Shun Oguri. Here's what is being called the first look at him in costume.
Lupin III is one of the staples of Japanese anime. There have been five manga series, five movies, four TV series, three OVAs, one live action film, and a new TV special every year since 1989. Despite its cultural footprint, it had been nearly two decades since the last full anime series when the gang returned to the…
While I may never get to play the cel-shaded Castle of Cagliostro video game of my dreams, I was happy to hear that the Italian board game publisher Ghenos Games will be putting out a board game based on the adventures of the animated film's protagonist, Lupin III. (And hey, from the sound of things, Level 5's Ni No…