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U'Den Flame Works
U.S. Manga Corps
UCC Ueshima Coffee co., ltd.
UCC Ueshima Coffee Co.,Ltd.
Uchihama Gakuen Astronomy Club
Uchōten Kazoku Production Committee
Ueda City Citizens
Ueda Patissier Office
Ueki no Housoku Production Committee
ufotable 3D Background Team
ufotable Manga Staff
Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art
Ultra Film Service Inc.
Ultra Peace Busters
Ultra Super Pictures
Umi Monogatari Production Committee
UN-GO Production Committee
Unbound Creative, Inc.
Unbreakable Machine-Doll Production Committee
Union Film Studios
United American Video
United International Pictures
United States Air Force
United Television Broadcasting
Universal Cinergia Dubbing
Universal Picture Japan Inc.
Universal Pictures (-)
Universal Pictures France
Universal Pictures Germany
Universal Pictures International
Universal Pictures Mexico
Universal Pictures UK
Universal Sony Home Pictures Australia
Universal Studios Japan
Unlimited Fafnir Production Committee
Uno Electric Company
Upotte!! Production Committee
Upper Deck Japan
Urawanishi High School Baseball Club
Urban Plant, Ltd.
Usagi Drop Movie Committee
Usagi Drop Production Committee
Usagiyama Shopping District
Uta Koi Production Committee
Utawarerumono Production Team
Uta☆Puri Production Partners
UTB (Los Angeles)
A scrappy little company called Anime Midstream picked up the series B'tx recently, so it's the perfect time for a refresher on just who Anime Midstream are. ― Drew asks: This past week I saw the article on ANN about a company called Anime Midstream releasing anime B'tX. I was excited because I liked that anime and it never was completely released here before, but it got me wondering who was this co...
Our Tokyo correspondent Ken shares both his experience attending the massive Comic Market 90 at Big Sight and a horde of new cosplay photos! ― The biannual Comiket (Comic Market) is the largest anime and manga related event in Japan. Every August and December, thousands of hobbyists flock to the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center in Odaiba, Tokyo for the three-day festival, where they can sell and pur...
Even though it gets off to a slow start, this compilation of Kuroko's Basketball's first two volumes lays a strong foundation for a story that will only get stronger as it grows. ― If you pick up one new shonen sports title this year, it should probably be Haikyu, but if you're in the mood for more than one, Kuroko's Basketball is definitely worth a look. That's not an entirely fair comparison, of co...
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Mob Psycho 100 descends more than a few spaces while Danganonpa is on the ascent - find out how your favorite summer anime fare in our weekly user rankings! ― Our team of reviewers are following 30 anime series of the Summer 2016 season and readers are rating each episode as the reviews go up. So let's have a look at what ANN readers consider the best (and worst) of the season. Keep in mind that the...
Saber Artoria Pendragon is as majestic as ever with her cloak, crown, and swords in this high quality figure from Medicom Toy, available immediately on Tokyo Otaku Mode. ― Saber Artoria Pendragon is as majestic as ever with her cloak, crown, and swords in this Real Action Heroes figure by Medicom Toy. And the best part is, you don't have to wait months for your pre-order to arrive. She is available f...
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Maybell takes Luna on their first date - inside a roleplaying game! ― Editor's note: Vice & Luna is on hiatus next week so our team can take a little break, but we'll have a bonus comic and a fan art gallery so please look forward to it!
Despite a bevy of pitfalls, the wide range of subplots explored in the final season of the Index franchise will definitely give fans plenty to chew on while they wait for more. Theron Martin dives in. ― The Certain Magical Index franchise has four anime series and one movie to date, of which this was the third installment, airing in Fall of 2010. Although I consider it to be the weakest series in the...
Back when VHS fell to the mighty DVD, how did the US anime industry transition to a new format, and what did that mean for the industry as a whole? ― Jake asks: I have been wondering for a while now about when the anime industry transitioned from VHS to DVD's. I know that the DVD player was introduced on the market in the mid 90's but like a lot of people I did not get around to transitioning until ...
Shelf Life finishes up its run of Gundam reviews with the divisive final part of the original Univeral Century timeline. Plus, all this week's new releases! ― I started playing the farming game Stardew Valley last week, and it's taught me that I should never, under any circumstances, be allowed to name a real animal. My character owns three chickens named "Drumstick," "Buffalo," and "McNugget," and ...
Corpse Party's manga adaptation isn't quite as good as it could be due to some issues with both art and story, but it still seems like it has potential. ― Based on the updated version of the horror visual novel/adventure game, Corpse Party: Blood Covered feels like When They Cry's younger sibling. It's trying really hard to hit all the same horror highlights, with some lighter moments thrown in to ke...
Mike sings the praises of Right Stuf's recently resurrected space comedy, Galaxy Angel - and ruminates on the genre as a whole. ― Last week at Otakon, I somehow ended up in the audience at the Right Stuf's panel. There were some technical challenges, but we won't get into that—my big takeaway from the event was company head Shawne Kleckner extolling the virtues of a genre he simply referred to as spa...
If you've been wondering what happened to Maou and his merry band post-anime, now's your chance to find out, when a mysterious little girl falls from the sky and claims the devil king as her father! ― Covering the first part of volume three of the novel series, volume six of The Devil is a Part-Timer's manga adaptation picks up pretty much where the anime left off. If you've been waiting for new mate...