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Maria the Virgin Witch ‒ Episode 3

"One of the most intriguing and sophisticated shows this season."
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Gourmet Girl Graffiti ‒ Episode 3

"The series continues to take a very sensuous approach to the act of eating, but it's less obnoxious in execution this week."
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Kuroko's Basketball ‒ Episode 3

"Episode three complicates everything, and shows us that good and evil are never as simple as they seem."
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The Mike Toole Show - What's Up, Tiger Mask?

Mike gets piledrived AND powerbombed on the mat by an enormous load of wrestling anime. ― Last May, I hopped a bus to New York City, on a mission to explore more Japanese pop culture. I'd previously made similar trips to take in the likes of Tokyo Godfathers and Steamboy and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, so you'd think that this was some sort of anime thing. A brisk few hours later, I was in Manha...
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Citrus GN 1

Seven Seas' latest yuri title might be one of those rare manga that's better the second time you read it. ― Seven Seas continues to be the leading purveyor of yuri manga in English with this latest offering. Where their previous releases by Milk Morinaga or currently out of print titles (such as The Last Uniform) were all more sweet than sexy, Citrus treads some different ground. The story follows Yu...
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Durarara!!×2 ‒ Episode 3

"There's still a lot of magic and menace in this source material, but the animated series itself seems to be running on autopilot in a way that the first season never did."
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Aldnoah.Zero ‒ Episode 15

"Inaho has been the whip-smart Mr. Battlefield Tactics golden boy all series, but it looks like he now has an intellectual as well as mecha combat and love interest rival, for Slaine may have actually one-upped him in this episode."
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The Rolling Girls ‒ Episode 3

After the exciting but largely self-contained theatrics of the first two episodes, it was something of an open question as to what Rolling Girls would actually be about. This third episode seemed to partially answer that question, as our titular girls rolled on into the Tokyo sub-country of Comima, where the Best Thunderoad and her Knights of the Twin Towers maintain the peace. Thunderoad apparen...
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc ‒ Episode 3

"JJBA at its most self-aware and fun-loving, and I hope it's not the last we'll see of the silly side of Part III."
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GARO THE ANIMATION ‒ Episode 15

"An entertaining episode, full of dumb jokes and camaraderie and a giant flaming bear."
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The List - Long Lost Anime Twins

Were these anime characters separated at birth? Not quite. ― Were these anime characters separated at birth? Not quite. We're used to seeing certain style characteristics to easily signify which character is the tsundere, the quiet bookworm, the gung-ho fighter, or the sneaky villain. With the huge number of anime, light novels, and manga produced each year, there are bound to be some design overlap...
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Log Horizon 2 ‒ Episode 16

"There's no escaping the fact that when Log Horizon focuses on the younger team, things tend to drag."
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Tokyo Ghoul √A ‒ Episode 3

"This episode is all character development and chemistry, so much of it that I could only cover about half of the interactions and subtle changes packed into the twenty-minute span."
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Your lie in April ‒ Episode 14

"The episode did a lot to merge Kaori and Tsubaki's stories, so it didn't feel like the resolution to last episode's cliffhanger was neglected in favor of someone else's story."
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The Idol M@ster Cinderella Girls ‒ Episode 3

"Have you ever danced on stage? If so, you will immediately recognize the emotions that Uzuki, Mio, and Rin experience as they prepare for their first live performance."
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Death Parade ‒ Episode 3

A heartfelt game reveals a secret past and a tragic present for two childhood friends who may just have to mark it zero in the Quindecim bowling alley.
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A Certain Magical Index II BD+DVD

Although this is the end of A Certain Magical Index II, it does not feel particularly conclusive. Granted, this could be because so many more novels exist after this point, but it does take away from the experience of watching it. ― There has been a trend recently of anime being self-aware. While generally not fully metafictional, the wink and nudge to the audience can waver between being clever and ...
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Answerman - I've Got A Blank Space Baby

Justin just HAS to address Princess Kaguya's Oscar chances. Plus, the weirdness of Japanese names, the lack of Vancouver anime dubs, and what happens to recalled discs. ― Oscar nominations were announced last week, and so I got the usual questions this week about The Tale of Princess Kaguya's chances at taking home Oscar gold. I get these questions every year, so I'm not going to do the whole song a...
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Shirobako ‒ Episode 15

"This episode didn't come together as well as others, but it's fun for viewers eager to learn more about the animation business and how collaborative it is."
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 396

"It may not be the most action-oriented episode, but it's the best so far in this anime-original story and it at least offers something a little different than the usual fare."
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Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend ‒ Episode 2

"If you are looking for sexy harem antics then you are apparently going to have to look elsewhere."
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Fullmetal ANNCast: Brotherhood

Mike Toole joins Zac and Hope to finally decide, once and for all (and this is legally binding) which series is better: Fullmetal Alchemist 2003 or Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood? ― ANNCast 212 - Fullmetal ANNCast: Brotherhood Embedded audio player requires an HTML5-compliant browser. Mike Toole joins Zac and Hope to finally decide, once and for all (and this is legally binding) which series is be...
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Silver Spoon Season 2 Sub.DVD

Silver Spoon's second season is as good as the first, delivering a well-told story that gently takes hold of you and doesn't let go. ― Silver Spoon, based on the manga of the same name by Fullmetal Alchemist's Hiromu Arakawa, is definitely one of the best depictions of farm life in the entertainment world...which means that if you're squeamish, you want to be prepared. Arakawa's story never flinches ...
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Gundam Build Fighters Try ‒ Episodes 14-15

"There are ways in which Try falls short of its predecessor— and also distinct ways it has improved on it."
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Parasyte -the maxim- ‒ Episode 15

"A fairly slow episode this week, and one that largely reflected the strengths and weaknesses of the show at the moment."
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KanColle ‒ Episode 3

"Since its source material is light on story content, KanColle is free to do as it pleases, and if the writers want to use that freedom to make an action series with dramatic weight, then more power to them."
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The Testament of Sister New Devil ‒ Episode 3

"I still feel like this story has potential – and the end of this episode may provide the kick the show needs to start using it."
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Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-

Xrd is not just a next-generation fighting game, it's also a complete package in every department. Could it be the pinnacle of modern fighting games? ― The last fighting game release in the Guilty Gear series was (putting aside several patches) GGXX Accent Core in 2006: rights issues put another GG fighting game out of the question. After the strange, brilliant, and largely ignored Guilty Gear 2-- a ...
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The X Button - Blazing Trials

It’s a Kickstarter roundup this week, with firebirds and moons and blood-drenched throwbacks! Plus Fire Emblem, Xenoblade, and a second look at a Sega celebration. ― I mentioned Hi-sCoool! SeHa Girls a few weeks ago, as it does its best to broadside game nerds, and Sega nerds in particular, with their favorite things. It follows the school days of three giant-headed girls, and each is based on a Seg...
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Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!

"As a parody of a genre that can still entertain in its own right, this series walks the line of critiquing and venerating the magical girl genre with finesse."
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Yona of the Dawn ‒ Episode 15

"While this isn't the best episode of the series, nor does it firmly point us to where the story is heading, it is still interesting, focusing on varying opinions of King Il."
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Resident Evil HD Remaster

The remake of the survival horror classic an entire generation grew up with arrives once again, this time remastered for modern consoles and PC. ― The 2002 Resident Evil's strict adherence to its Playstation source material immediately drew you in. Walking into that two story entrance hall, players saw the same staircase, pillars, marble floor, and ornate rugs that defined many people's first 32-bit ...
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Anime Spotlight - The Testament of Sister New Devil (Shinmai Maou no Testament)

Basara Tojo will do everything to protect his sisters! However who will protect him from them? ― The Testament of Sister New Devil (Shinmai Maou no Testament) Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins January 7 (JST) Key Staff Director: Hisashi Saito (Bamboo Blade, Haganai ) Screenplay: Takawo Yoshioka (Your Lie in April, WeiB Survive) Character Design:...
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Yurikuma Arashi

"Yuri Kuma Arashi is about Women in Love – passionately, jealously, physically in love with each other, with nary a male character in sight."
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Shelf Life - Fool's Gold

A rundown of this week's releases. Plus, a heartwarming story about a family of tanuki, and a classic that's been shined and polished for a new generation. ― Jump to this week's reviews: Eccentric Family Complete Series BD and Bubblegum Crisis Ultimate Edition BD Set. On Shelves This Week Little Busters! Refrain Complete Collection BD, DVD Sentai - 325 min - Hyb - MSRP $69.98 | $59.98 Currently chea...
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Kamisama Kiss 2

"If the season winds up focusing more on Nanami's evolution as a god than a happily-ever-after romance with Tomoe, we won't have to worry about the show treading old ground."
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Log Horizon Blu-Ray

If you thought Sword Art Online was the undisputed king of the 'trapped in an MMO' anime subgenre, Log Horizon's rising popularity certainly challenges the crown. ― Following on the heels of mega-hit Sword Art Online, Log Horizon takes the concept of being trapped in an MMO world in a very different direction. Its emphasis is much less on the “trapped” and much more on the “world” - instead of focusi...
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Maria the Virgin Witch

"It's a show made out of small touches that comes together into something not only solid but exceptional."
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Yatterman Night

"Yatterman Night has all the right ingredients to be the latest "revisionist" series of a Tatsunoko children's classic."
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Durarara!!×2

"If you thought Izaya was a king-sized bucket of nuts and bolts, just wait until you get a load of his younger siblings."
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Gourmet Girl Graffiti

"Gourmet Girl Graffiti is an oddity, and its unique approach to fanservice won't suit all tastes."
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CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon ‒ Episode 15

"More so than any episode since the first, it sets the direction for where the rest of the story will go."
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Kuroko's Basketball

"If you're interested in getting into Kuroko's Basketball, your major question might be, “Is it comparable to Slam Dunk?” However, basketball and popularity are where their similarities end."
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc

"Ultimately, the strongest moment of these episodes outside of Iggy's introduction is not a silly one, but a rare and potent serious scene."
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Aldnoah.Zero ‒ Episodes 13-14

"I see nothing in the start of the second season that might make this half of Aldnoah.Zero any less contentious than the first season ended up being."
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The Rolling Girls

"The show has tremendous promise so far, exhibited in both its wonderful aesthetics and compelling world."
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Log Horizon 2 ‒ Episode 15

"I shouldn't have really expected Log Horizon to maintain the energetic pacing of last week's self-contained adventure, but this episode was about as far in the other direction as you could get."
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The List - 7 Strange Alien Species

Anime is chock-a-block with aliens of all shapes, sizes, colors, personalities and sex appeal. Here are seven of the weirdest ones out there. ― Ever since Georges Méliès put extra-terrestrials on the silver screen with his 1902 silent film A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la Lune) protagonists have battled, been abducted, and questioned if something else was out there on television and in film. Th...
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Gou-dere Sora Nagihara GN 1

Gou-Dere Sora Nagihara is absolutely not for everyone. It's gross in a couple of ways, but it also never takes itself seriously. ― If you know what a “gou-dere” is, as opposed to a “tsundere” or a “yandere,” you're already halfway to knowing what's so funny about this manga. If you are unfamiliar with that particular character type, however, she is basically someone who will stop at nothing to procur...
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Sailor Moon Crystal ‒ Episode 14

"Still sadly disappointed by this too-faithful and uninspired adaptation of one of my favorite manga."
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GARO THE ANIMATION ‒ Episode 14

"This is one of the few works I can think of where a royal stepping down to connect with the common people isn't treated as an absolute good."
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The Idol M@ster Cinderella Girls

"Whether you like Idolm@ster specifically or idol shows in general, it looks like this one is going to be worth following."
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Assassination Classroom

"Its premise may be apocalyptic, but Assassination Classroom is a goofball comedy at heart."
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Your lie in April ‒ Episode 13

"One of the best and most powerful episodes yet."
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Death Parade

"If they're already recapping things this much, I'm concerned that the whole "is there enough story in this premise for an entire season" thing is already coming true."
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Tokyo Ghoul √A

"The story is not concerned with surprise right now, and only barely concerned with intrigue. It's more interested in checking on each member of the show's large cast and asking, "Are you okay?""
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Shirobako ‒ Episode 14

"Shirobako, like its characters, keeps pushing itself to do better and better each time, and it succeeds."
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ANNCast - Big Funi Hustlas

It's that time again! FUNimation's Adam Sheehan and Justin Rojas join us to run down the last half of 2014 and what's new for 2015: Cowboy Bebop, Evangelion 3.33, the winter 2015 season and more! ― ANNCast 211 - Big Funi Hustlas Embedded audio player requires an HTML5-compliant browser. It's that time again! FUNimation's Senior Marketing Manager Adam Sheehan and Senior Manager of Social Strategy and...
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Answerman - The Virtue of Curiosity

Justin muses on the Hollywood blockbuster's affects on anime fandom. Then, just how much can you squeeze onto a DVD or Blu-ray? Will discs ever come with download codes? Do the Japanese do blooper reels? ― This week I was listening to the podcast of KCRW's The Business, which is a weekly showbiz insider talk show produced out of Santa Monica. They had an interview with the director of the Oscar-cont...
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Master Keaton GN 1

Once it gets off the ground, there is much more to be found within its pages than the simple story of a guy who kicks ass and takes names. ― Master mangaka Naoki Urasawa said in a 2012 interview that he had always liked Master Keaton as a character but that contractual obligations kept him from telling the story as he would have liked. Now with the first-ever English language release of the 1989-1994...
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 395

"The exams themselves are bound to prove more riveting—once the show finally gets around to showing them."
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Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend

"The true tenor of the series is going to be more akin to Kamei's rendition of Oreshura than more brazenly salacious fare like this season's Testament of Sister New Devil."
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (Novel 1)

The upcoming Spring 2015 fantasy anime series based on this novel isn't even out yet, but Theron read Yen Press' English release of the novel ahead of time. Any good? ― When Japanese light novel series get American releases, they almost invariably start because an anime adaptation has proven successful with American audiences. Sure, the novels released in the States may eventually surpass the animate...
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House of 1000 Manga - Four from Crunchyroll

Murderers, reckless investors, deadly games from an unknown authority, and teenage assassins abound in four titles available on Crunchyroll's manga service. ― Four from Crunchyroll Crunchyroll has become my favorite digital manga service. I hate to admit it, but I always forget to keep track of Shonen Jump; the read-it-every-week-as-it-comes-out magazine system is easy to fall behind in, and hey, ev...
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Parasyte -the maxim- ‒ Episode 14

"With Ryouko exhibiting more human emotion and Shinichi accepting his growing distance from humanity, it's likely we'll be getting another clash between the two any time now."
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The Testament of Sister New Devil

"Definitely the most promising of this season's ecchi harem offerings; hopefully it will be able to balance its elements better in upcoming episodes."
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KanColle

"Future episodes may do more to explain the nuances of the franchise, but the learning curve's pretty steep at the moment."
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The X Button - The Underexplored

Imports deliver Final Fantasy offshoots, Gundam toyboxes, and Sega trinkets! Plus Brandish, Lufia, and at least two controversies that shouldn’t be. ― The previous X Button featured predictions for 2015. I thought about prophesying consumer frenzies over Nintendo's Amiibo toys, but I decided not to mention that. Because it's already happening. The third wave of interactive figures seems primed for s...
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Yona of the Dawn ‒ Episode 14

"Warning: this episode may do one of the following: melt your heart, make you feel sorry for Hak, or go all gooey and moe for the Blue Dragon."
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Your Daily Streaming Reviews Schedule for Winter 2015

The poll's closed and your Daily Streaming Reviews schedule has been determined! Click here to check out our new weekly schedule and see which shows made the cut. ― Our Daily Streaming Poll has wrapped, and now we have a list of what we're covering week-to-week. There are plenty of sequels and continuing shows this time around, with a new long-running series joining the mix. Here is your full Daily S...
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Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road ‒ Episode 14

"For an episode that dealt with such a tired plotline, this week's Yowapeda retained its tension."
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Shelf Life - Over the Horizon

A rundown of this week's new releases. Plus, reviews of Log Horizon collection 2 and A-Channel. ― Jump to this week's reviews: Log Horizon collection 2 and A-Channel. On Shelves This Week Amagami SS+ Complete Collection BD Sentai - 325 min - Sub - MSRP $59.98 Currently cheapest at: $34.49 Amazon Synopsis: This sequel of Amagami SS follows the events of the first series, and continues to expand on Ju...
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Meganebu! Sub.Blu-Ray

Whether or not you enjoy the show will likely be based on how much you enjoy the visuals of hot guys on a bright background, because if you watch for the plot, you may find yourself disappointed. ― When it comes to premises that you wouldn't expect to see animated, “five hot guys who are mad about glasses” would certainly be on the list. Based on a series of drama CDs (although it has the feel of a f...
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CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon ‒ Episode 14

"With all these twists and turns, and now time shifts, too, Cross Ange has effectively become 2014-2015's version of Valvrave the Liberator."
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The Mike Toole Show - Hakuna Takahata

A theatrical screening of The Tale of the Princess Kaguya inspires Mike to dust off the legendary Isao Takahata's earlier works. ― A couple of weeks back, I once again found myself sitting in the dark in an uncomfortable chair, watching anime. But this time it wasn't 2:45am, and I wasn't all alone, hunched over my home office PC, watching episode after episode of Teekyu. I was at the Brattle, a small...
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Ani-Imo GN 1

If you can suspend your sensibilities, there's a good story in Ani-Imo, albeit one that can at times feel a little mean. ― We've all had moments of total cluelessness, missing something that was right under out own noses out of sheer obliviousness, much to the amazement of those around us. For Youta Koizumi, what he's been missing is that his twin sister Hikaru is in love with him. He knows that he s...
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GARO THE ANIMATION ‒ Episode 13

"GARO's back and better than ever!"
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Log Horizon 2 ‒ Episode 14

"Overall, this episode was almost shocking in how much it packed in and how well it was executed. I don't expect this from Log Horizon! "
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The List - 7 Battling Brothers

It's throws before bros with these sibling pairs who can't set their differences aside and wind up locked in familial combat. ― This week's List focuses on a theme that's downright Biblical; the classic story of two brothers raised together but find themselves on opposite ends of an issue. Cain and Abel was the result of jealousy of one brother towards the other; the siblings in this list have griev...
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Love at Fourteen GN 1

Love at Fourteen's first volume is quiet and somewhere between difficult and sweet, depending on how much you find yourself relating to the characters. ― At what point do we stop just being ourselves and start to worry about how others see us? For many people, adolescence and middle school mark the time when we start to wonder how other people will see our taste in clothing, choice of hobbies, or con...
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Your lie in April ‒ Episode 12

"While there were some heavier and more psychological moments, this episode was largely about watching the characters bounce off each other."
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Shirobako ‒ Episode 13

"Thirteen episodes in, Shirobako still has more to say about the inner workings of the anime industry."
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The Winter 2015 Anime Preview Guide

The Winter 2015 Anime Preview Guide has begun! Check back daily for previews of the season's newest shows.
Available Now: Yatterman Night - Fafner: Exodus - Samurai Warriors - World Break - Maria the Virgin Witch - Gourmet Girls Graffiti - Unlimited Fafnir - Shonen Hollywood 2 - Aldnoah.Zero Season 2 - DURARARA X2 - Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Battle in Egypt - The Idol M@ster Cinderella Girls - Assassination Classroom - Death Parade - and much more!
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Most Read Interest Articles of 2014

On deck: Fond farewells to beloved series, weird merch, and a lot of cash for one date. ― 2014 was an exciting year for the ANN Interest team. It was the first full year where we tried to separate "news" and "interest," with the former covering the more serious aspects of news—new series, cast announcements, new trailers and promo art, and basically anything that was just straight information (h...
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ANNCast - Late Night Chaos Rebellion

It's time for another Late Night Chaos show, taped with a live audience via chatroom! Hope Chapman and Brady Hartel stop by to gab about Winter 2015 anime, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, the best movies of 2014 and more! ― ANNCast 210 - Late Night Chaos Rebellion Embedded audio player requires an HTML5-compliant browser. It's time for another Late Night Chaos show, taped with a live audience via chatroom...
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy

These three Ace Attorney games show little wear, proving just as witty and endearing as they were many years ago. Hiccups and silliness aside, Phoenix Wright’s cases are hard to set down once you’re in deep. ― The game-playing multitudes often worry over writing quality. Many of us want game stories to be the serious, respected stuff of collegiate literary analysis, and we get downright bitter when t...
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Answerman - Uncertain Futures

This week, the fate of Studio Ghibli, the arrival of PONYCAN, the mystery of the limited edition DVD, and why Japanese-owned publishers still have to pay license fees. ― We're all back at work, and I'm back to being busy as heck, so let's get to it. Craig asks: With the recent release of Cowboy Bebop from Funimation, being offered in a standard release (Blu-Ray/DVD only) Funimation Exclusive and an ...
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 394

"This week is more like Naruto: The Paperwork."
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High School DxD New (Season 2) [Limited Edition] Blu-Ray

The highly praised fanservice-heavy fantasy franchise is back for another salacious season - does it live up to the standard set by the first? ― If there is a current gold standard for fan service-focused anime, it's the High School DxD franchise. Yes, other series which have debuted in the 2010s have had copious amounts of nudity and sexy behavior, but no franchise exceeds it for quality, variety, o...
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House of 1000 Manga - Massive

Shaenon tackles Fantagraphics' compendium of and about gay erotic manga featuring enormous men and the enormous things they do (NSFW text). ― Massive A while back, my “House of 1,000 Manga” collegue Jason Thompson devoted a column to “64 Pounds of Porn,” his box of strictly-research porn manga. Massive: Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It is almost 64 pounds of porn all by itself. The title is ...
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Gundam Build Fighters Try ‒ Episode 13

"Transitioning to Gunpla Battle Camp has had its pros and cons for the show's direction."
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Anime Spotlight - KanColle – Fleet Girls Collection (Kantai Collection)

With the sea as a battleground the Fleet Girls have arrived to take the fight to the Shinkai Seikan! ― KanColle – Fleet Girls Collection (Kantai Collection) Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins January 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Keizo Kusakawa (Ashura Cryin, Day Break Illusion ) Series Composition: Jukki Hanada (Love Live! School Idol Project, ...
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Parasyte -the maxim- ‒ Episode 13

"This episode was one long, slow breakdown, as Shinichi's sources of support began to fade and the fragility of his position became ever more apparent."
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The X Button - Stretching Ahead

Predictions for the coming year lead to Final Fantasy, the Wii U’s fate, and controversial carping! Plus Yumi’s Odd Odyssey, Tekken, and a few words about a vanishing scene. ― This week finds me figuratively lugging out a crystal ball and making predictions for the year ahead. As usual, I don't expect people to take me all that seriously in this regard, but I do feel certain of one thing: I'll be di...
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Kill la Kill [Limited Edition] BD+DVD 3

Kill la Kill reaches the halfway point and just keeps assaulting your eyeballs with massive fight after massive fight, but as it delves deeper into Big Drama, something goes missing... ― Fresh off of Gamagoori's defeat in episode 9, this passel of Kill La Kill episodes is manically paced and insanely hot-blooded, somehow topping the intensity of all prior events in an explosion of peak emotion, peak ...
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Interview: Saori Hayami

The voice actress behind Sword Art Online's Sachi, anohana's Tsuruko and dozens of others answers a few questions about her life and career. ― ANN: Growing up, was singing and working in entertainment always your dream, or was there something else you wanted to do when you were younger? Saori Hayami: When I was small, I found performing in front of other people a bit tough. I actually avoided it as m...

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