This week, the health and job security of being an anime director. Also: what other countries have tried to sell their cartoons in America?
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Jason checks out Manga 2.5, a new service offering fully-voiced and kind-of-animated manga series including Detective Loki and Otogi Soushi.
Throughout all of the messiness, through repetitive missions, tortured sci-fi explanations, and fleeting moments of bittersweet affect, BONES makes damned sure that AO looks consistently great.
Madoka Magica: Rebellion blasts the franchise sky high, which results in an experience about as satisfying and horrifying as that sounds. It demands to be seen by fans of the series, although not necessarily enjoyed.
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This week, a unique erotic historical fiction film that has completely slipped through the cracks.
This anime bravely steps forward to take on some challenging ideas ... and falls completely flat on its face.
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