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  • Wrote over 60 news articles. Contributed over 1,000 images to our gallery. Represented KH13 at numerous events.

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  1. The newest Kingdom Hearts light novel, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance The Novel, is now available from various retailers in both paperback and eBook formats! The paperback is priced at $16.00 USD/$21.00 CAD, while the eBook is retailing at $7.99 USD/$9.99 CAD. The paperback version of the novel can be purchased from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indigo, Indiebound, and RightStuf, while the eBook version can be purchased from Amazon, BookWalker, ComiXology, iBooks, and Kobo. The cover for Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance The Novel can be seen below. A description of the novel follows. Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook for updates on Kingdom Hearts news!
  2. The newest Kingdom Hearts light novel, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance The Novel, is now available from various retailers in both paperback and eBook formats! The paperback is priced at $16.00 USD/$21.00 CAD, while the eBook is retailing at $7.99 USD/$9.99 CAD. The paperback version of the novel can be purchased from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indigo, Indiebound, and RightStuf, while the eBook version can be purchased from Amazon, BookWalker, ComiXology, iBooks, and Kobo. The cover for Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance The Novel can be seen below. A description of the novel follows. Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook for updates on Kingdom Hearts news! View full article
  3. As announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Twitter account, a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be released in one week, on September 9th, 2019. According to the Japanese Kingdom Hearts Twitter account, the Japanese version of the trailer will be releasing at midnight (JST) on September 10th (8 AM PT on the previous day), exactly one week after both the English and Japanese Twitter posts were made. A translation of this tweet follows, courtesy of Goldpanner, This trailer will be releasing in the days before Tokyo Game Show 2019. While Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind has been excluded from Square Enix's announced TGS lineup this year, it appears that announcements will still be made around the time of the event. What do you think this new trailer might contain? Let us know in the comments! UPDATE [Sep 2, 2019]: Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura has released a cryptic statement alongside the recent Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind trailer announcement, and Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] update announcements. Translation for this interview were provided by KH13 Staff Solis. UPDATE [Sep 10, 2019]: Official translations of Tetsuya Nomura's message have now been posted by Square Enix. Note that it has now been made clear that the "third KH line" refers to "an unannounced KH storyline." You can read the full message below for further details. View full article
  4. As announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Twitter account, a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be released in one week, on September 9th, 2019. According to the Japanese Kingdom Hearts Twitter account, the Japanese version of the trailer will be releasing at midnight (JST) on September 10th (8 AM PT on the previous day), exactly one week after both the English and Japanese Twitter posts were made. A translation of this tweet follows, courtesy of Goldpanner, This trailer will be releasing in the days before Tokyo Game Show 2019. While Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind has been excluded from Square Enix's announced TGS lineup this year, it appears that announcements will still be made around the time of the event. What do you think this new trailer might contain? Let us know in the comments! UPDATE [Sep 2, 2019]: Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura has released a cryptic statement alongside the recent Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind trailer announcement, and Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] update announcements. Translation for this interview were provided by KH13 Staff Solis. UPDATE [Sep 10, 2019]: Official translations of Tetsuya Nomura's message have now been posted by Square Enix. Note that it has now been made clear that the "third KH line" refers to "an unannounced KH storyline." You can read the full message below for further details.
  5. AmiAmi are now accepting pre-orders for Kingdom Hearts travel stickers. These eight stickers each feature artwork and characters related to a world from Kingdom Hearts II. The available varieties are themed after Hollow Bastion, Port Royal, Twilight Town, Disney Castle, Atlantica, Space Paranoids, Halloween Town, and Pride Land. Each sticker retails for ¥320 (about $3.00). The stickers are set to release in September. You can check out each of the stickers in the gallery below: View full article
  6. AmiAmi are now accepting pre-orders for Kingdom Hearts travel stickers. These eight stickers each feature artwork and characters related to a world from Kingdom Hearts II. The available varieties are themed after Hollow Bastion, Port Royal, Twilight Town, Disney Castle, Atlantica, Space Paranoids, Halloween Town, and Pride Land. Each sticker retails for ¥320 (about $3.00). The stickers are set to release in September. You can check out each of the stickers in the gallery below:
  7. Though finding a potential Kingdom Hearts reference in a closely related Disney/Pixar film is a treat in itself, finding an absolutely confirmed Kingdom Hearts reference within a completely unrelated animated series is something else entirely. Keen viewers of the Archer television series spotted a very well-hidden nod to Kingdom Hearts in season 2, episode 6, "Tragical History", which originally aired on March 3, 2011. In that episode, one of the main characters, Pam Poovey, can be seen holding a key ring with a Kingdom Key-shaped keychain partially visible in two shots. In these shots, while the Keyblade's signature golden hilt is mostly obscured by Pam's hand, the key's teeth and their distinctive crown-shaped negative space are prominently displayed. When fans brought this to the attention of the /r/ArcherFX subreddit, one of the show's production staff, going by the username Domirillo, responded, saying that while they are personally unfamiliar with Kingdom Hearts, the illustration file for the key ring prop confirms that the keychain was absolutely based on the Keyblade. KH13's own @HaakonHawk reached out for further information, and you can find a transcript of their conversation below. This is quite an interesting place to find a reference to Kingdom Hearts! Have you found any other nods toward the series in other media, or are there some properties that you want a Kingdom Hearts reference to appear in? Let us know in the comments below!
  8. Though finding a potential Kingdom Hearts reference in a closely related Disney/Pixar film is a treat in itself, finding an absolutely confirmed Kingdom Hearts reference within a completely unrelated animated series is something else entirely. Keen viewers of the Archer television series spotted a very well-hidden nod to Kingdom Hearts in season 2, episode 6, "Tragical History", which originally aired on March 3, 2011. In that episode, one of the main characters, Pam Poovey, can be seen holding a key ring with a Kingdom Key-shaped keychain partially visible in two shots. In these shots, while the Keyblade's signature golden hilt is mostly obscured by Pam's hand, the key's teeth and their distinctive crown-shaped negative space are prominently displayed. When fans brought this to the attention of the /r/ArcherFX subreddit, one of the show's production staff, going by the username Domirillo, responded, saying that while they are personally unfamiliar with Kingdom Hearts, the illustration file for the key ring prop confirms that the keychain was absolutely based on the Keyblade. KH13's own @HaakonHawk reached out for further information, and you can find a transcript of their conversation below. This is quite an interesting place to find a reference to Kingdom Hearts! Have you found any other nods toward the series in other media, or are there some properties that you want a Kingdom Hearts reference to appear in? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
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    Kingdom Key in Archer

  10. With the inclusion of Pixar's Toy Story in Kingdom Hearts III, references to the Kingdom Hearts series may have found a new place to hide! Eagle-eyed Kingdom Hearts fans have noticed that some trailers and TV spots for the upcoming Toy Story 4 seem to contain a brief yet interesting homage. During a scene where the toys are attempting to rescue Forky, a spork-based toy, from the local antique store, Buzz Lightyear ponders the idea of obtaining a key from one of the shop's employees. The key in question happens to bear a striking resemblance to Sora's signature Keyblade, the Kingdom Key. While the head of the key is almost a spitting image of the iconic sword, the teeth take a few creative liberties, lacking the distinctive crown shape of the Kingdom Key's teeth. The staff of Pixar worked closely with Square Enix when Kingdom Hearts III was in development, so this may be a clever nod to their relationship. Toy Story 4 begins playing in theaters tomorrow, on June 20th! Do you think this key could be Toy Story 4's way of referencing Kingdom Hearts? What other types of references to the series would you like to see from Disney and Pixar? Have you found any other interesting nods toward the series? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below!
  11. With the inclusion of Pixar's Toy Story in Kingdom Hearts III, references to the Kingdom Hearts series may have found a new place to hide! Eagle-eyed Kingdom Hearts fans have noticed that some trailers and TV spots for the upcoming Toy Story 4 seem to contain a brief yet interesting homage. During a scene where the toys are attempting to rescue Forky, a spork-based toy, from the local antique store, Buzz Lightyear ponders the idea of obtaining a key from one of the shop's employees. The key in question happens to bear a striking resemblance to Sora's signature Keyblade, the Kingdom Key. While the head of the key is almost a spitting image of the iconic sword, the teeth take a few creative liberties, lacking the distinctive crown shape of the Kingdom Key's teeth. The staff of Pixar worked closely with Square Enix when Kingdom Hearts III was in development, so this may be a clever nod to their relationship. Toy Story 4 begins playing in theaters tomorrow, on June 20th! Do you think this key could be Toy Story 4's way of referencing Kingdom Hearts? What other types of references to the series would you like to see from Disney and Pixar? Have you found any other interesting nods toward the series? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below! View full article
  12. While this isn't part of the SE conference, I'm really excited for Mana Collection (out now!) and the new Seiken Densetsu 3 remake! Combined with FFVII-R, FFVIII, Re:Mind, Avengers, and a whole bunch of other stuff, I think it's safe to say that SE stole the show for me.
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