This week's list takes a look at seven priests with less than holy personalities.
News Lupin III's Monkey Punch to Judge World Cosplay Summit
posted on 2007-07-13 05:34 EDT
Aichi Television Broadcasting, the corporate sponsor of the upcoming World Cosplay Summit 2007, has announced that Lupin the Third creator Monkey Punch will be one of the judges for the August 4-5 event in Nagoya, Japan. He will be joining legendary Japanese manga/anime creators Leiji Matsumoto (Space Pirate Captain Harlock, Space Battleship Yamato) and Go Nagai (Mazinger Z, Cutey Honey). Aichi will be naming more judges before the competition.
This week, a bunch of questions about Blu-rays! How's that Macross Plus blu-ray box from Japan? How's that crowdsourcing thing going? And why are the episodes divided up so strangely?
It isn't the series' knockoff plot or its time-travel gimmicks that keep us glued; it's their potential effects on its surprisingly deep, war-torn ensemble.
Shaenon takes a crawl through the manga version of one of Makoto Shinkai's beloved films.
A few questions for the director of Occult Academy, Silver Spoon and of course, the smash hit series Sword Art Online.
Inadequate development and an overemphasis on looking cool hamper a series which otherwise offers good plotting and animation and some sharp action sequences.
Todd considers the PSP's past, possible future, and ultimate accomplishments! He also considers Gunvolt, Touch Detective, and a contest to mark the occasion!
Just because an anime is doing something fairly unique doesn't mean it can't bore you straight into your grave.
With its awkward pacing and flood of new characters, Demon Capital isn't quite as enjoyable as the first season of Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan.
The story underneath is a universal one, powerful and expertly told. Viewers should be prepared for a devastating experience with a lot of challenging concepts that pile on hard and fast as the finale approaches.
Tech-based magical girls battle aliens in a heavily-derivative, otaku-pandering series that is definitely not aimed at little girls. It avoids mediocrity due an outstanding musical score and never forgetting that it is supposed to be fun.