A gorgeously decorated Angel Beats! itasha was spotted in Akihabara’s famous UDX parking lot – themed out specifically in favor of a Yurippe and Tenshi combo, with recognition given to relevant third parties as well.
Beautifully draped in a shiny sky blue, a body with curves attractive, and consistently stylized atop it all with graphics from a series legendary and highly loved, this personal luxury GT coupé turned itasha is simultaneously stunning and inspiring in a single glance.
“Angel Beats!” is painted across the hood of the vehicle in the signature logotype lettering – surrounded with both full color and achromatic illustrations of the two main heroines of the series, Yuri and Kanade, complete with their names written out in English beside their respective artwork. One will notice that the hood’s art of the two heroines holding hands is likely a rather skilled original sketch by an artist unaffiliated with actual anime production as it certainly looks a bit off for an official sketch – though this is no more than a guess.
However the sides, as well as the rear of the vehicle, are decked out with imagery which is definitely straight from the series – our heroines each holding their trademark weapon of choice.
Half of the car directs attention toward Yurippe and her silvery pistol – whereas the other half centers in on Tenshi’s “Hand Sonic” which is quite memorable for those who have experienced Angel Beats. Inducing even more nostalgic moments, the back window of the itasha is flavored in dedication to a certain rock band composed of cute girls, and no, it is not K-ON. Girls Dead Monster’s two leading singers introduce some vivacity to the vehicle through their lavishing manes of pink – matching their band’s emblem incidentally which sits beside them to the left.
Aside from the body profile pictures, the itasha has the Angel Beats! insignia plastered repeatedly in several locations – alongside a few references to the group who actually produced the series, P.A. Works, as well as several others who aided in making it possible, G’s Magazine, Visual Art’s, and Key.
Feathers and thick zagged lines of red are balanced about the itasha – adding pattern and variety to further enhance the visual effect instead of simply placing the girls onto plain solid blue.
And to flashily boast this fantastic method of transportation to the lowly and pathetic non-itasha drivers, as well as those poor individuals who haven’t seen Angel Beats!, it comes equipped with neon lit rims and under-body to ensure everyone sees it coming.