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TRIGGER/XFLAG film PROMARE is lighting things up with big third anniversary celebrations. And those festivities are expanding to HUB, a chain of British-style pubs across Japan.

 

Five locations across the country will be offering special menu items, including Promare pizzeria’s famous Inferno Volcano Margherita Megamax Pizza and an equally spicy Inferno Volcano Hot Dog:

 

Inferno Volcano Margherita Megamax Pizza

Inferno Volcano Hot Dog

 

Cool off with one of five specialty drinks, inspired by protagonists Galo Thymos, Lio Fotia, and Kray Foresight, and the organizations Burning Rescue and Mad Burnish:

 

Galo Thymo drink

Lio Fotia drink

Kray Foresight drink

Burning Rescue drink

Mad Burnish drink

 

The collab drinks arrive on one of a series of illustrated coasters:

 

PROMARE coasters

 

RELATED: PROMARE Fires up 3rd Anniversary Celebrations with Stylish Illustration

 

The film’s sweet third anniversary art (penned by character designer Shigeto Koyama) forms the basis of a series of limited-edition merch you’ll be able to score after you eat. Goods on offer include acrylic character standees, an acrylic art panel, keychains, and pinback buttons:

 

PROMARE acrylic standees

PROMARE acrylic art panelPROMARE acrylic keychains

PROMARE pinback buttons

 

Also available will be shirts, tote bags, tumblers, and mask holders in bold colors and designs:

 

PROMARE 3rd Anniversary Shirt

PROMARE bicolor tote

PROMARE Tumbler

PROMARE Mask Straps

 

RELATED: PROMARE Anime Film Heats up in Japan Again with Revival Screenings

 

The PROMARE collab menu is currently available at HUB Akihabara in Tokyo, HUB Sendai Ichibancho 4-chome in Miyagi, HUB Meieki in Aichi, HUB Namba Ebisubashi in Osaka, and HUB Fukuoka Daimyo. You’ll have until June 30 to sample the menu.

 

PROMARE was produced at Studio TRIGGER and directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi (Gurren Lagann). Anniversary screenings will take place at cinemas across Japan starting this Friday, May 27.

 

© TRIGGER / Kazuki Nakashima / XFLAG

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

 

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Kara Dennison is the book reviewer for Sci-Fi Magazine and a regular features writer for Otaku USA Magazine. Follow her on Twitter @RubyCosmos, and read more at KaraDennison.com.

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