If you’re a fan of Kyoto Animation’s Hyouka, then this might be one gem box you’d like to keep. You might have missed this one so we decided to upload and share a high-res copy of Hyouka’s 2013 calendar. The images are 4967 x 7013 pixels in dimension so they’re pretty cool to print for personal use.
For those wondering what Hyouka is about, it is a mystery novel written by Yonezawa Honoubu. Hyouka, being the first volume of the Classic Literature Club novel series, was picked up by Kyoto Animation for an anime adaptation last year with 22 TV episodes and 1 OVA. The story revolves around Oreki Houtarou, an energy-saving enthusiast who got asked by his sister to join the Classic Literature club to avoid it from being disbanded. He, along his friend Fukube Satoshi meets Chitanda Eru and Ibara Mayaka, which, later on as a group, solve together mysteries involving their club’s history, and more.
With that said, we have uploaded the images at our Facebook page (please click like if you haven’t yet, we appreciate it a lot!), but since Facebook tends to scale down images, you can download all the files in one zip file here. You can also show your support by purchasing the actual calendar through CDJapan or other online stores!
I loved all the images in the pack and am thinking of getting the hard copy myself, despite half of the year 2013 gone past. Also, personally, I like the calendar image for November and December the most. It gives a very warm feel, despite the snow and the Christmas mood going on (except Oreki’s but he’s trying, to hibernate while awake, I guess?).
What other anime-themed calendars would you like to see and be featured on the site? Leave us a comment below! We’re looking forward to what our readers expect to see from the site!