This is the page where we've stuck everything that we couldn't fit in anywhere else, or dedicate an entire page to, so if anyone out there feels that they can expand on any of this, please feel free to do so by e-mailing us. :)
Anime 'Net presence Hitoshi Doi runs several mailing lists for numerous anime and manga series, and although none of them are dedicated to KO Seiki BEAST per se, the NG Knight Lamune & 40 mailing list has evolved into more of a discussion forum for all of Takehiko Itou's works.
MEDIA & AVERTISING
Although not an extensive collection by any means, we've managed to obtain scans of some KO Seiki BEAST articles and advertising from Japanese animation press magazines like Animedia. They appear here without permision of the publishers or copyright holder, but, hey! We won't tell if you don't ... ;)
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We know it exists, but where, oh, where can it be? Since it's fading into the halls of anime history, KO Seiki BEAST merchandise hasn't been quite what you would call abundant; so all we have to show for this minute section is a Mei Mah garage kit.
For those of you who aren't up on all those you not up on the hip and trendy world of Japlish, "cosplay" is probably best described in English terms as fancy dress ( the word itself is derived from costume play ); and, surprising as it may seem, KO Seiki BEAST has had to endure this strange fan phenomena like any other respectable anime series or movie.
The pictures below were taken at AnimeDay '94, in Sheffield, England by Kanji T. Bates. The man "behind the Beast" is Sandokan Solomon, and his companions in the group photo are Gavin Chester (as Sailor Moon), and Steve Whitcher (as Pope Jo-- er, we mean, Eto).
This page was last tampered with on October 15, 1995.