Kodansha has released a time-lapse video of sand artist Toshihiko Hosaka creating an Attack on Titan sculpture on a beach at Enoshima. The amazing sculpture took 10 days to build, and was made with more than 80 tons of sand. Hosaka created the sculpture to celebrate the release of the manga’s 11th volume, which will be available in Japan on 9 August. Kodansha USA released the 5th volume of Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan manga series in June, and the 6th volume will be available on 27 August (US) and 19 September (UK).
Yasunori Mitsunaga will finish the final arc of his Princess Resurrection horror comedy manga in the April issue of Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine on 26 February. The manga entered its final arc in November, and the last 20th volume will be released in Japan on 9 April.
The first seven volumes of the series were released in North America by Del Ray, but it stopped publishing the series before Kodansha USA took over its titles. JManga has released these seven volumes on its website, with possible plans to release volumes previously unpublished in English.
A 26-episode anime adaptation of Princess Ressurection was released in 2007; the TV series was licensed by Sentai Filmworks, which released English-subbed version in 2010, and then a dubbed version in 2012.