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Monday, May 13th, 2013

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The staffers from the studio Trigger have begun streaming the first advertisement for the studio’s first anime project, titled Kill la Kill. But why does this concern you, why should you care? Well, quite a few prominent staff members from a little show known stateside as Gurren Lagann, and known in its native land as Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, are also hugely involved in this show. For now, check out the 30-second and the 15-second commercial spots, which first aired during Saturday’s rerun of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann.

Kill la Kill is reuniting Gurren Lagann director Hiroyuki Imaishi with head writer Kazuki Nakashima, and Sushio, acclaimed animator and also Gurren Lagann staffer, is designing the characters.

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Joey is a summer 2012 graduate of the Studio Art program at Florida State University, where he focused in illustration and sculpture. He's currently employed part-time at Toys"R"Us, sitting on that job to buff up his resume while applying for other jobs more relevant to his degree.

Things that you might catch him doing on his time off include frequent trips to the movie theater, throwing down some new sketches for project ideas that will never see the light of day, or crying about having to go to work the next day. To break the lull of his tears, he likes to watch anime and try out new games, particularly MMOs. He's a huge Sailor Moon fanboy, but also gives a 10 out of 10 to shows like Arakawa Under the Bridge, Katanagatari, and Kids on the Slope.