Shirow's News
News and updates on Shirow-related products, events or activities. Some 'news' might be outdated as informations are quite hard to come by. Any help or further details are always welcome. Previous entries kept at the Archive(s):

Arch. 2001 | Arch. 2000 | Arch. 1999.
Title Images: Exon Depot Shimban, Copyrights: Shirow, Seishinsha.

13th July 2002 - The Half-term Shirow Report Show

Note from Lucas
Before we get started, I just want to make a small apology for not being as 'active' as I should be in bringing up-to-date news to all you Shirow-heads. I have very bad time management (i.e. I'm just plain lazy) and for most of this year and half of the previous year, I am occupied with what we would call 'working life'. Its been a crazy period of instability- time, place, connection and finances- so I have not the opportunity to poke my tentacles as much as I could to dig up those little nibbits of Shirow that do crop up occasionally. Anyway, now I'm trying my best to catch up so enjoy the old news. Oh, and service is not resumed as normal. I'm still busy >_<. Kudos to all the fans at the Shirow BBS as they have been generous enough to share and spread news of Shirow goodness in my period of absence. Its a relief Shirow is so slow! ^_^ Until MMI is in English, Sincerely.

Pieces of Plastic, Painted Of Course...

ALPHA/TOYCOM GITS2 Action Figures
Publisher: Harumichi Aoki / Seishinsha Co. Ltd.
First Printing: 25th Oct. 2001 Price: 1400 Yen
ISBN4-87892-224-9 C0079

Another year, and another calendar. Eye-candy for Shirow fans, no doubt, but nothing different from previous years'. But again I just have to ask- do you guys actually write and scribble on your calendar? ^_^

Image: Cover of the 2002 Heroic

Toys R' Us 10th Anniversary Special Pack

Shirow-ic for 2002!

Its getting hot in here...

2002 Shirow Masamune Calendar heroic
Publisher: Harumichi Aoki / Seishinsha Co. Ltd.
First Printing: 25th Oct. 2001 Price: 1400 Yen
ISBN4-87892-224-9 C0079

Another year, and another calendar. Eye-candy for Shirow fans, no doubt, but nothing different from previous years'. But again I just have to ask- do you guys actually write and scribble on your calendar? ^_^

Image: Cover of the 2002 Heroic


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