We are gonna start with Kaito Shion some or most of us know that he is one of the first vocaloid started in the company called crypton future media along with Meiko which I will talk about later . Anyway in the beginning of vocaloid kaito was popular along with songs like Prince of blue,clockwork tower,arrested rose,ect . He was also in commercials like veggy drinks in the beginning of the video with Hatsune miku called Popipo kaito was also called a “commercial failure” and he was also in Project Diva F .
After a while he became a bit less popular ( of course to me he’s still one of my fans )since he is one of the first vocaloid he’s also one of the oldest recently Kaito V3 came out a new update for Kaito . His character item is Ice cream ( yup Ice cream ) . Being around the age I think 20 his voice provider is name Naoto Fuga. Kaito collab with a lot of vocaloids like Hatsune Miku, Meiko , Len and rin Kagamine ect . All and all I think kaito is a good vocaloid that has a ice cream addiction.
This is a fan art compilation featuring illustrations from 39 creators. The quality is a mixed bag but in general quite good, and there are some beautiful pieces. There’s a nice variety of styles to check out, and it’s also interesting to see how different artists interpret the vocaloids and the settings they create for them. Each creator has 4-7 pieces of work featured. One would be full page and the others are smaller mixed into one page.
Other artworks included would be the graphics from Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA which is the video game. It only looks at two games here, DIVA 2nd and the Arcade version. The graphics are actually the 3D character designs from the game featuring different costumes. DIVA 2nd has more characters such as Miku, Rin, Len, Luka and more while the arcade version only has Miku. DIVA 2nd is a PSP game and the style of the characters are actually simple coloured art textured onto 3D models, the one for the arcade versions are better but there’s only one page there.
4-panel comics are still included here, but there are only three. Other visuals are miscellaneous such as art for pillow cases, DVD covers and promotional art. The book ends with three short comics. Just like the first book, I prefer the art gallery to the comics. I like the art more than the stories. Overall, for Hatsune Miku fans, I still think it’s a worthwhile purchase, but it will be better if you can flip through the book to get a feel of the art.