You’ll see at a glance how this perpetual calendar works. The dice are rotated to show the current day, date and month.
I’m disappointed there’s not a more masculine cut of the Soot Spirits denim but I’m just waiting for the right time to buy the No-Face Hoodie.
Grabbing our attention with some geekbait marketing, HouseHoldQuotes has put together a set of photorealistic renders of Studio Ghibli rooms.
Ash Kreider’s RPG of oddballs and misfits promises always to end happily. That feels appropriate for a tabletop story inspired by Ghibli.
You’ll know at a glance whether Eyes Unclouded is a temptation for you, or not.
The mega thread, this post, has a focus on trailers and art. News here isn’t exclusively from Anime Expo Lite, it’s a catch up of news not yet covered by Geek Native and which is still hot.
Studio Ghibli stepped up and helped out by providing eight backgrounds that should work a treat.
Netflix UK and almost all other global properties have just landed a raft of Studio Ghibli classics. Missing, though, are Netflix Japan, Netflix Canada and Netflix US.
We’re all used to amazing special effects now and computer-generated awesomeness on the big and small screens. That doesn’t stop the pen and paper approach having a unique magic of its very own. A marketing campaign by Angies List, a site that wants you to get in contact with architects, is using the magic of […]
[I want this!] This design blends Godzila into Studio Ghibli and scores extra points for using the original Japanese name for the Kaiju. The good news is that the t-shirt from Teepublic is currently on sale with 30% off and available in a range of colours. There’s a choice of tee styles as well.