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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 384

"A few things have been sorely lacking in Naruto Shippūden for the past few weeks: action, fluid animation, giving the side characters something interesting to do, and real progression in the Obito battle.This episode delivers on all of the above."
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Yūki Yūna wa Yūsha de Aru ‒ Episode 4

"Following the battle scenes of the first three episodes, episode 4 scales things back quite a bit to tell a narrower and more personal tale."
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Psycho-Pass 2 ‒ Episode 4

"Psycho-Pass 2 is already a wee bit dumber than Psycho-Pass 1, and we should probably just accept that at this point."
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DENKI-GAI ‒ Episode 5

"Every episode, we get something from the three major corners of the Fanservice Triangle—service for the men, service for the ladies, and satisfying progression of the canon relationships within the series."
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Raqiya: The New Book of Revelation GN 1 & 2

In the end, Raqiya is an interesting title but not, perhaps, the most accessible. ― Raqiya: The New Book of Revelation, titled after the Hebrew word for “firmament,” is one of those series that simultaneously sounds semi-plausible while still causing you to emit short bursts of laughter at some of its plot points. Based on a somewhat bizarre understanding of Christianity and Gnosticism, it tells the ...
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Gundam Build Fighters Try ‒ Episode 4

"This episode just didn't have the usual Gundam Build Fighters magic, but I have high hopes for next week."
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Parasyte -the maxim- ‒ Episode 4

"Overall, Parasyte continues to be a very impressive production, hampered only by its occasionally misplaced or overbearing musical score."
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Chaika - The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle ‒ Episode 4

"It's surprising to see the plot moving this quickly so early in the season, but the change of pace is welcome after a relatively slow start from the first three episodes."
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The X Button - Ring of Terror

This week, we have tales of chaos and heroes and imports! Plus marauding bikers, mysterious gibberish, and a whole bunch of scary stories just in time for Halloween! ― This year's Halloween contest brought in a bunch of great entries. No one wrote about my scariest game-related experience, the sixth-stage boss in Super C, so I had a hard time picking a winner. After much deliberation and some confer...
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Trinity Seven ‒ Episode 4

"While the series does still retain its points of interest, its continuing troubles with maintaining a smooth flow are deeply concerning."
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Bayonetta 2

Not much here is completely new, but the first game was essentially the pinnacle of the genre so who could complain about ten more hours of new looks, new locations, and new armaments? ― More happens in the beginning of Bayonetta 2 than in most other game's whole run. It's almost a cliche, people have been saying that since the first one came around, but there's no more succinct way to put it when th...
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Yona of the Dawn ‒ Episode 4

"Yona of the Dawn is becoming what shoujo fantasy fans suspected it would be from the start: a really fascinating story with characters who grow with each episode."
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Rage of Bahamut Genesis ‒ Episode 4

"There's already some serious momentum here, far more than any of the other fantasy-adventure shows this season."
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Magical Girl Apocalypse GN 1

If you have the stomach for a lot of splatter and gross fanservice (or grossness and fanservice), Magical Girl Apocalypse's first volume is worth checking out. It revels in its horror. ― What if magical girls started the zombie apocalypse? That's probably not a question you've ever asked yourself, but it appears to have crossed the mind of Kentaro Sato, because essentially that's what Magical Girl Ap...
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Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road ‒ Episode 4

"Rather than acting as a sleepy lull between races, this in-between episode resolved old tensions while kindling new ones."
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When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace ‒ Episode 4

"It remains high quality entertainment, and its cast becomes more likable with each passing episode."
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Mushishi: The Next Chapter ‒ Episode 12

"This is not the kind of episode that would, say, draw someone into the show if it was the first one they ever saw."
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Lord Marksman and Vanadis ‒ Episode 4

"The combination of complex feudal fantasy warfare with some truly ludicrous boob physics and fanservice setups continues to make Lord Marksman and Vanadis a bizarre experience."
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Akame ga KILL! ‒ Episode 17

Akame ga Kill turns in an eventful episode that heralds what might come next.
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Wolf Girl & Black Prince ‒ Episode 4

"Triumphs over similar series in that it doesn't portray the girl as a victim of a dominating force, or present the false narrative that a good woman can turn a jerk into a nice guy."
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Kill la Kill [Limited Edition] BD+DVD 2

It's a darker shade of Kill la Kill than we've seen yet, and the action now stands shoulder to shoulder with the comedy as the stakes around Ryuko skyrocket. ― Episodes 5-9 of Kill La Kill remind us that for all its free-wheeling artistry and visual innovation, there's a very familiar story driving the action of this artsy combination of action and comedy. First, there's an introductory battle that a...
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Gugure! Kokkuri-san ‒ Episode 4

"Even when at its weakest, it provides plenty of laughs, and it particularly shines in the second segment."
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CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon ‒ Episode 4

"The series is at least trying to seriously develop its characters and story, while still providing a healthy dose of the fan service at its core, and not doing a horrible job at it."
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The Fruit of Grisaia ‒ Episode 4

"The Fruit of Grisaia is moving slowly, but this episode shows us that there are hints and truths hidden everywhere."
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Celestial Method ‒ Episode 4

"Episode four of Celestial Method does begin to give us a little more in the way of answers and it is lovely to look at, but it also maintains the frustrating aspects of the show."
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Sherlock Bones GN 1

Sherlock Bones isn't quite sure what age group it wants to appeal to, with its mix of “aww, puppy” and truly scary moments, but it is a very enjoyable read. ― Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle's supreme detective, has gone through many incarnations since his original appearance in Beeton's Christmas Annual in 1887. Within the last few years alone there have been blockbuster films and two television...
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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works ‒ Episode 3

"It continues to be a deft adaptation of a story with a lot of different, often contrasting expectations to fill, and each episode makes me more excited for the next."
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Astro Toy - Myth Cloth EX Pegasus Seiya

It's another visit to the world of big, heavy, construct-it-yourself Myth Cloth armor and the world of Saint Seiya. ― Myth Cloth EX Pegasus Seiya Series: Saint Seiya Maker: Bandai Price: $60 Hey, everyone! Who wants to hear about the behind-the-scenes of the column again? You do, of course. I had four things set to ship out this month, and last week all of them were pushed back to either November or...
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Sword Art Online II ‒ Episode 16

"The lack of overarching continuity in either character arc or theme means there's nothing to lift the material, but if the material itself is as fun as this episode was, that's no problem at all."
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The List - 6 Times Mother Nature Unleashed Her Fury

Where do you run to when your very environment is trying to kill you? ― Nature has an unlimited arsenal of weapons at its disposal. There are the Biblical classics like swarms of insects and disease, followed by tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, floods, snow storms, the list goes on. Mother Nature can wipe you out with extreme heat or cold, invasions that are microscopic and storms that ...
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In Clothes Called Fat GN

A grim yet fascinating look into the life of someone suffering from a disorder and never really getting the help she needs. ― Most of us have had those days – when you get up, look in the mirror, and all you see is fat. Sometimes it's a passing thing, a moment of self-loathing that doesn't last. For others, it's a way of life. In the case of Noko Hanazawa, it is something that comes on gradually. Whe...
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Log Horizon 2 ‒ Episode 4

"Overall, this episode was just another indication of what I emphasized last week - Log Horizon is a show wholly concerned with the long game."
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GARO THE ANIMATION ‒ Episode 4

"I hope that the show maintains this impressive level of compelling, efficient narrative construction from here on out. Bravo."
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Terraformars ‒ Episode 5

"After a messy but promising start, the series has steadily refined its mix of action and horror, and this latest installment shows the result of that effort."
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Yūki Yūna wa Yūsha de Aru

"Yuki Yuna is doing everything right so far: good artistry, good animation, likable characters, great interactions, great battles, and some ground-breaking features add up to a great start."
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Hanasaku Iroha the Movie: Home Sweet Home [Premium Edition] Sub.Blu-Ray

Even at only 66 minutes, it's a fully-realized film designed to serve as a complement to the original work, and it does that job very well. ― The Hanasaku Iroha series was a personal favorite back in 2011, so any anime expansion of its franchise is a welcome one. This 86 minute movie, subtitled Home Sweet Home, is neither a summative movie nor a stand-alone production; while newcomers to the franchis...
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Your lie in April ‒ Episode 3

"If it follows the standard set by this week, this will be the show to watch this season—not just for music lovers, but for anyone who yearns for a good romance or character piece."
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Answerman - Rabbit Ears

Lots of TV questions this week, from a TV network that came and went, to another TV network few fans know exists. Plus, flip phones in anime, and why Western fans don't care for vintage characters. ― I went to a friend's band's concert last night. It was a Wednesday, and they didn't go on until nearly midnight. It was fun to see them play, but halfway through their set I sat off to the side, head-in...
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Psycho-Pass 2 ‒ Episode 3

"Psycho-Pass 2 still has a long way to go to live up to the high expectations set from season one, but the one thing it can't be accused of is repeating itself."
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 383

"This episode is an example of how close the show can come to balancing things right without quite pulling off anything impressive."
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Shirobako ‒ Episode 3

"It would be nice if it allowed its characters some genuine conflict and turmoil, and didn't keep sacrificing that on the altar of moe fanservice."
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DENKI-GAI ‒ Episode 4

"Denki-gai continues to balance three sweet romances among coworkers with the far more adult humor intrinsic to the manga they're working to sell."
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Sengoku Collection Sub.DVD

Sengoku Collection is a series very easy to dismiss on first impression, but its stories have the capacity to pleasantly surprise even those who are not Japanese history buffs, however. ― Sengoku Collection was originally a mobile social networking game created by Konami in 2010 and operated through the Mobage portal. As a result, it should come as no surprise that the anime adaptation has only a thi...
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House of 1000 Manga - Detroit Metal City

Jason attempts a little Krauser control. WARNING: NSFW language. ― Detroit Metal City "They start feeling like prisoners, helpless/Till someone comes along on a mission and yells, bitch!" —Eminem Warning: this is a manga where the main character's power is to say the word "rape" 10 times in one second. Detroit Metal City is the one of the filthiest, most offensive comedy manga ever translated. At le...
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Parasyte -the maxim-

"Whether you're here for the meat or the metaphors, Parasyte is a substantive meal, and I'm looking forward to cataloging this journey into its dark heart."
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Chaika - The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle

"In a medium that's filled to the brim with ambitious story ideas and novel visual styles, there's something to be said for getting the simple things right."
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Trinity Seven

"...wants to be funny and sexy but also have serious undertones, but as of the end of episode 3 it has yet to find a good balance."
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Gundam Build Fighters Try ‒ Episodes 1-3

"At long last, the Gundam franchise is using its 35 years of source material to create a show as passionate and diverse as its fanbase."
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The X Button - Scare Supply

This week: Todd gets into the spirit of the season with a Halloween roundup! Plus Guilty Gear Xrd, Freedom Wars, and a letdown you might’ve seen coming. ― I seldom use this column to celebrate holidays, but this Halloween is different. This week I'll address the vital issue of appropriate games for this time of year, and next week should have the results of our Halloween contest. There's still time ...
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The Evil Within

It's hard to blame Shinji Mikami for going back to the well, especially when everything else, from Gears of War to The Last of Us, has spent the past ten years stripping Resident Evil 4 to its bones. ― The Evil Within introduces its first enemy in a perfect recreation of Resident Evil's iconic zombie reveal, as if it wants to be certain you know it is a Shinji Mikami game. This is a game with a lot o...
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Interview: Takeshi Obata

A few questions for illustrator extraordinaire Takeshi Obata, the man behind the incredible art of Death Note, Hikaru no Go, All You Need is Kill and more. ― If you haven't heard of Takeshi Obata, chances are you have seen his work: he is an illustrator and mangaka, usually working with writers to help tell stories. He has worked on Hikaru no Go, as well as Death Note, Bakuman, and most recently the ...
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Yona of the Dawn

"Seeing Yona go from scared bratty princess to confident warrior will be an interesting journey. That journey needs to step it up, however, and get going in episode four, or attention will start to wane."
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RIGHT TURN ONLY - By Request

Sometimes current debates spill over into manga releases in the strangest ways. Join Rebecca as she checks out new and upcoming volumes of Spell of Desire and Vinland Saga, along with the manga adaptation of this season's most hotly debated anime and several more! ― You never can tell what you'll find when you're unpacking. Sometimes it's horribly melodramatic stories written in middle school (I can...
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Rage of Bahamut Genesis ‒ Episodes 1-3

"This is easily the most "gateway drug" series of the season, if not the whole year."
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When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace ‒ Episodes 1 - 3

"Each episode is an unrelenting barrage of clever, self-aware jokes that embrace the tropes of the genre even as the show pokes fun at them."
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Shelf Life - Four Your Eyes Only

This week, a special club for a special aesthetic, grave diggers, and good ol' hijinks.
- Dr. Slump Movies 1-5
- Meganebu
- Sunday without God
― Shelf Worthy Sunday without God Complete + OVA BD Rental Dr. Slump Movies 1-5 DVD Perishable Meganebu Complete Series BD This may sound like an insignificant thing, but a few years ago, I turned off the notification sound on my iPhone for new emails. Leavin...
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Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road

"We're on season two of the sports anime with plenty of heart, friendship, and suspenseful two-kilometer race legs that drag on, Dragonball Z-like, for episodes at a time."
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ANNCast - Klein Times

Vice President of New Generation Pictures Jonathan Klein returns to the podcast to discuss his two latest projects, the conclusion of Hellsing Ultimate and Bayonetta: Bloody Fate! Plus: stories from the old days, the dub scene in LA and Twitter time! ― ANNCast 203 - Klein Times Get the Flash Player to see this player. Vice President of New Generation Pictures Jonathan Klein returns to the podcast to...
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Gugure! Kokkuri-san ‒ Episodes 1-3

"Comedy fans will adore this series, and there's a little something extra for fans of all things kawaii and bishōnen as well."
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Akame ga KILL! ‒ Episode 16

"Enjoyable but hardly amazing and flies by without seeming to accomplish much."
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A Certain Scientific Railgun S DVD

A Certain Scientific Railgun S' first half is much more action-packed than its predecessor and focuses more on Misaka than on the girl group dynamic of the earlier season. ― How much you enjoy this second series (whose “S” subtitle is explained in episode three) may depend on whether you preferred the action-oriented moments of the first season or the humorous slice-of-life aspects. If you are a fan ...
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Mushishi: The Next Chapter ‒ Episode 11

"This episode was a beautiful and intensely rewarding surprise even by the high standards set by the series, especially if you really like Ginko and want to learn more about him."
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CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon

"Cross Ange is an edgy, somewhat trashy, often in-your-face viewing experience, the kind of series which actively strives for attention and is willing to risk offending some potential viewers to do so."
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Anime Spotlight - Hi☆sCool! SeHa Girl

In order for Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, and Mega Drive to graduate SeHaGaga Academy they must complete one more assignment. Do they have what it takes to get it done? ― Hi☆sCool! SeHa Girl Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins October 8, 2014 (JST) Key Staff Original Creator:SEGA (Hero Bank (TV), Valkyria Chronicles (TV), Virtua Fighter (TV) ) Director...
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Lord Marksman and Vanadis

"This show's weird little blend of worldbuilding, character building, solid action, and battle strategy really works for what it's trying to do."
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Wolf Girl & Black Prince ‒ Episodes 1-3

"Wolf Girl and Black Prince is just humorous and self-aware enough to intrigue fans of this genre, even if it's not unique."
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The Fruit of Grisaia

"The Fruit of Grisaia is playing its cards close to the vest, but there's enough to keep you watching."
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Celestial Method

"It's going to have to start moving just a little faster within the next one or two episodes if it wants to maintain its precarious balance."
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The Mike Toole Show - Let's Talk It OVA

Mike takes a tour of obscure OVA releases from the early 90s. Hammerpants not included. ― Twenty years ago, everything had started coming up Tenchi Muyo!. The series actually kicked off in Japan in 1992, but went global in ’94, and just kept on truckin’. There was an OVA series, then another OVA series, then a TV series and more OVA stuff and a movie and another TV series and another movie and anothe...
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World Trigger ‒ Episodes 1-3

"By virtue of its source material, World Trigger isn't a bad show, but it's a terrible adaptation"
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Manga Dogs GN 1

Manga Dogs' first volume is, overall, a very funny look at those whose greatest desire/delusion is to be a mangaka. ― If Manga Dogs seems like a bit of a departure for Ema Toyama, that's because it is. Her fourth series to be published in English – TokyoPop published Pixie Pop and Del Rey/Kodansha brought us I am Here and Missions of Love – is a much funnier, more cynical story than her cute romances...
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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works ‒ Episode 0-2

"If the visual novel is an unpolished diamond coated in three inches of compacted dirt, ufotable has brought out the buffer here."
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Sword Art Online II ‒ Episode 15

"We all have our bad weeks, and I don't really have any worries SAO will dust itself off after this one."
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Sailor Moon Crystal ‒ Episode 8

"Overall, this episode is a step up, and adequately develops Sailor Moon Crystal's most compelling story thread."
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Log Horizon 2

"Log Horizon continues to do what it has always done - be a solid, reliable, never-ostentatious slice of animated entertainment."
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The List - 7 Anime Characters With Killer Hair

Terrifying tresses! Maniacal manes! Fiendish follicles! Rampaging ringlets! Just try not to wig out. ― Hair has a long (pun intended) history in cultures around the world, and Japan is no exception. Only women in the upper echelons for society were allowed to wear their hair long while poor classes were required to tie up their hair. Boys were given a specific hairstyle to acknowledge their entry in...
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GARO THE ANIMATION ‒ Episode 1-3

"It's a rip-roaring fantasy adventure with a little sprinkled in there for the lower brain, and that's fine."
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Terraformars ‒ Episodes 1 - 4

"The show has made serious strides towards becoming a good source of dumb, violent fun, but it's not there yet."
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Attack on Titan Part II BD+DVD

From its understated politics and foreshadowing to its grandiose gore and hairpin twists, the second half of Attack on Titan is tough to process and tougher to discuss. ― The second half of Attack on Titan is a colossal step in a darker direction compared to the first. If there was any doubt in the viewer's mind about the depths of horror and cruelty this story is out to plunge, doubt no more as the ...
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Psycho-Pass 2 ‒ Episodes 1-2

The MWBSP is after a ghost. At least, he might as well be a ghost. There's a new drug on the market called LACOUSE that can supposedly alter a person's hue and this "living ghost," an unknown man who's never been caught on the citywide cymatic scans and works exclusively through elaborate holograms, has been using it to protect criminals for unknown reasons. This is especially weird because the d...
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Answerman - Jerkwatch

This week Justin takes on the alarming prevalence of rape in anime, as well as the first season of FREE!, anime on free-to-air TV, and fans being jerks to convention guests. ― Writing this column a little early this week. I'm flying to New York City on Wednesday to attend a friend of mine's live show. And then I am flying back the next morning. I will literally be spending more time in flight than w...
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Your lie in April ‒ Episodes 1-2

"It's a musical romance with enough of a mix between reality and fantasy to keep it both believable and emotionally resonant."
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 382

"It isn't skippable per se, and it's not boring, but it reeks of being an unimportant episode from start to finish."
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Shirobako ‒ Episodes 1-2

"Shirobako is legitimately like nothing else out there, and as long as it keeps looking and sounding good, that novelty should be enough to make up for its lack of realism."
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DENKI-GAI ‒ Episodes 1 - 3

“Contributing to society is fun!” That there's a rewarding joy that comes from working minimum wage has been a subtle message to otaku apparent in many recent anime hits like Wagnaria!! and The Devil Is A Part-Timer. Denki-gai no Honya-san puts a tantalizing fandom twist on this message, telling the story of the Umanohone (literally: “Horse Bone”) bookstore in the electronics district. Here, empl...
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I Am Alice: Body Swap in Wonderland GN 1

If you haven't read other recent English language releases of Alice-based titles, you may find this book more enjoyable, but even if you aren't a collector of all things Alice, this volume is fairly mediocre. ― The arrival of this book on bookstore shelves (physical or virtual) might raise some reasonable questions: Is this part of the Alice in the Country of Hearts juggernaut? Is it related to, perh...
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House of 1000 Manga - The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service

Just in time for Halloween, Shaenon digs up Eiji Otsuka's gruesome tale of those who can speak to the dead. There's no turning back now! ― The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Psychic. Dowsing. Hacking. Embalming. Channeling. Puppet. Each cover of The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service advertises the unique skills possessed by each of the five-and-a-half members of its titular startup. Individually th...
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The X Button - All Day Long

This week: shocking rebels, humble thieves, and the adventures of Ranko Tsukigime! Plus PlayStation TV, Harvest Moon, and a Halloween contest! ― October means Halloween, and I think Halloween means contests. So here's your chance to win a pile of appropriately scary, bizarre, and otherwise unsettling games! This Halloween prize pack includes the classic PSP compilation of Castlevania: The Dracula X ...
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Battle Angel Alita: Last Order GN 19

A somewhat unsatisfying conclusion to the 14-year Last Order saga, but Alita's story isn't finished yet. ― When it comes to discussing the defining writers of cyborg-focused sci fi manga, two names invariably come up: Masamune Shirow and Yukito Kishiro. While Shirow took an “integrate them into the real world” approach with his Ghost in the Shell stories and emphasized the cybernetic aspects of what ...
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Your Daily Streaming Reviews List for Fall 2014

Check out the full list of Fall 2014 anime being covered by our daily streaming reviews team! ― Recently we ran a poll to see which shows you guys wanted us to cover in our daily streaming reviews section for fall 2014. The results were swift and decisive (and thanks to everyone who voted!), and we have compiled the list of shows that will be covered weekly here on the site, within 24 hours of airing...
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Pile of Shame - Dead Heat & 3D Anime

Justin takes a look at the first (and one of the only) 3D anime ever made, for an obscure videodisc system only sold in Japan. ― Dead Heat Sometimes the reasons behind an anime getting made are more interesting than the show itself. That's definitely the case with Dead Heat, an obscure 1987 OAV from Sunrise that runs only a half hour. Back in the wild days of the nascent 80s home video market, there...
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Shelf Life - The Sound of μic

This week, happy pop tunes, a buffet of exotic foods, and larger-than-life robots.
- Gurren Lagann Movies 1 & 2
- Love Live! School Idol Project s1
- Toriko Collection 1
― Shelf Worthy Gurren Lagann Movie Double Feature BD Love Live! School Idol Project Season 1 BD Toriko Collection 1 DVD Rental Nothing this week Perishable Nothing this week After sifting through some of the new fall anime simulcast...
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Interview: Yousei Teikoku

The enigmatic and eccentric band Yousei Teikoku, who performed themes for Future Diary and Tokyo ESP, sat down with us for a few questions. ― After the Lantis Festival's third day ended, ANN got to sit down with Yousei Teikoku, a group with a complicated story behind their band, filled with military ranks and ancient history. The band has performed theme songs for The Qwaser of Stigmata, Future Diary...
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Akame ga KILL! ‒ Episode 15

"Even with the minimal amount of action, episode 15 nonetheless offers a very solid addition to the series."
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Astro Toy - Figma Ryuko Matoi

David's back to the Figma line again, this time with Kill la Kill's hot-blooded heroine Ryuko. ― Figma Ryuko Matoi Maker: Good Smile Series: Kill La Kill Price: $50-60 After a little sidetrack into the unknown, we're back on Kill La Kill. See Nendoroid Mako previously. This time we have the figma of the main character Ryuko wearing her battle armor, the living, speaking, blood-sucking sailor uniform...
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Anime Spotlight - Lord Marksman and Vanadis

Count Tigrevurmud Vorn begins his journey to become legendary! ― Lord Marksman and Vanadis Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins October 2014 (JST) Key Staff Director:Tatsuo Sato (Bodacious Space Pirates (TV), Martian Successor Nadesico (TV), Shigofumi: Letters from the Departed (TV) ) Art Director: Masatoshi Kai (Valvrave the Liberator (TV), Blue E...