Views - December 2013
- Review: Is This a Zombie? of the Dead DVD ()
- RIGHT TURN ONLY!! - Death and Rebirth ()
- Review: Sakura Wars: The Movie BD+DVD ()
- The Mike Toole Show - Anime Sunday School ()
- Review: Sword Art Online Blu-Ray 2 ()
- The List - 7 Expert Anime Hackers ()
- Review: Galilei Donna Episodes 1-6 Streaming ()
- Answerman - Hung Over ()
- Review: One Piece DVD Season 5 Part 2 ()
- Review: Maken-Ki! Battling Venus BD+DVD ()
- Review: Good Luck Girl! BD+DVD ()
- Pile of Shame - Handsome Girl ()
- ANNCast Holiday Special 2013: Yankee Swap ()
- Shelf Life - Last Second Gift Guide ()
- Review: Akira BD+DVD ()
- Astro Toy - Cu-Poche Mami Tomoe ()
- Review: Alice in the Country of Hearts: The Mad Hatter's Late Night Tea Party GN 1 ()
- The List - 7 Restaurant Spots Worth The Visit ()
- ANNCast - Dork the Halls ()
- Review: Fate/Zero Blu-Ray Box Set 1 ()
- Answerman - Holiday Madness Edition ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Chihayafuru ()
- Review: Blood-C: The Last Dark BD+DVD ()
- Review: Bleach Season 18 Uncut DVD ()
- The X Button - Littered Picks ()
- RIGHT TURN ONLY!! - Rhapsody in Pink ()
- Review: Zetman Blu-Ray ()
- Shelf Life - La Vie en Rogue ()
- The Mike Toole Show - The Thing About My Dokes ()
- The List - 7 Anime Set in America ()
- Review: Blue Exorcist Blu-Ray Box Sets 1 & 2 ()
- ANNCast - Funi Like How? ()
- Answerman - The Hard Life of an Anime Director ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Manga 2.5 ()
- Review: Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 3: Rebellion Blu-Ray ()
- Review: Eureka Seven AO BD+DVD ()
- Review: Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin GN 1 - 3 ()
- The X Button - God Bothering ()
- Review: We Without Wings BD+DVD Boxset ()
- Pile of Shame - The Sensualist ()
- Review: Girls und Panzer Blu-Ray ()
- Shelf Life - You Da Bomb ()
- Astro Toy - Figma Hatsune Miku 2.0 ()
- Review: Knack ()
- Review: Puella Magi Oriko Magica GN 1 & 2 ()
- Madoka Magica: Rebellion US Premiere ()
- The List - 7 Christmas Anime To Ring In The Season ()
- ANNCast - The Legend of Game Show: A Link to the Podcast ()
- Review: Wolf Children BD+DVD ()
- Answerman - Mmm, Crunchy! ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show and The Strange Tale of Panorama Island ()
- Review: WATAMOTE ()
- The X Button - Neverland Knows Best ()
- Review: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds ()
- Review: Accel World Blu-Ray ()
- RIGHT TURN ONLY!! - Tick Tick BTOOOM! ()
- Review: Aquapazza ()
- Review: Resogun ()
- The Mike Toole Show - The Box of Crap ()
The bloody war between the twelve warriors of the Zodiac begins... Who will be the last standing in the end? ― JUNI TAISEN: ZODIAC WAR Official Website: http://12taisen.com/ Official Twitter: @12taisen Introduction Story Characters Cast & Staff Gallery Premiere Date: October 3, 2017 Streaming available at: Crunchyroll (sub), Funimation (dub) Key Staff Director: Naoto Hosoda (The Future Diary, Minami...
This season delivered a truly unexpected reboot in the form of a new Kino's Journey anime, so we compare notes on these two versions, what's changed, and why. ― Well over a decade has passed since Kino's Journey was first adapted into anime, but this season brought us an unexpected remake with Kino's Journey - the Beautiful World-. This week in anime, Jacob and Steve compare notes on how the characte...
Platinum End’s third volume is its best yet, with a strong balance of tension and beauty. Nick Creamer dives into the action. ― In many ways, Platinum End feels like a rewrite of Death Note. From its death game premise to its fantastical but tightly constrained powers, focus on identity puzzles, and grim reflections on morality, many elements of Platinum End feel like a recalibration of Ohba's first ...
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Luna has a solid plan to let Netflix know that her multiple repeated viewings of Death Note are not intended as an endorsement. ―
Nine teenage girls from a small high school in a corner of Suruga Bay dream of becoming the next generation of bright, sparkling "school idols"! ― Love Live! Sunshine!! (2nd Season) Official Website: http://www.lovelive-anime.jp/uranohoshi/ Official Twitter: @LoveLive_staff Story Characters Cast & Staff Gallery Premiere Date: October 7, 2017 Key Staff Director: Kazuo Sakai ("Mushi-Uta" as director, ...
Sometimes even famous English pop singles from artists like Duran Duran or Savage Garden get used as anime theme songs, but how does this process work and why? ― Jake asked: I have noticed in a few rare instances that openings or closing songs are in English. On the other hand you have some very old song selections like in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, which I understand has tons of music references, us...
James Beckett gets into the most challenging spinoff of the Science Adventure Series, while Paul runs down all this week's new anime releases! ― I don't think I fully realized how much I'd missed Mr. Osomatsu until the second season started. That show really is my kind of anime comedy: wildly creative, totally bonkers, and not at all afraid to toss the viewer's expectations out the window. While I'm...
The long-awaited first part to this final-route trilogy is making its way to theaters, and Kim Morrissy has our spoiler-free rundown of what fans can expect from Heaven's Feel. ― Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower is the best Fate anime so far. Yes, it's even better than Fate/Zero. This is not something I say lightly—Heaven's Feel really does live up to the hype. My only problem with re...
This unconventional boys-love story about a hearing impaired student breaks the mold in several nice ways. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― The third story about someone with hearing loss to come out in English in recent years, I Hear the Sunspot is also perhaps the most thoughtful. While A Silent Voice shines a light on bullying and So Cute it Hurts takes a romantic angle, Yuki Fumino's graphic ...
Given how difficult it can be to produce animation, sometimes it's a miracle anything ever gets completed! Here are seven projects that never quite crossed the finish line. ― One of the first columns I wrote for The List was a rundown of six anime projects that never made it out of the studio. It includes the likes of Lupin VIIII and t.A.T.u. Paragate, the latter of which was supposed to star the tw...
Even if it's not the most original Shonen Jump adventure, Black Clover has gotten good at working with what it's got. Rebecca Silverman get into this saga's eighth volume. ― As a shounen fantasy action series, Black Clover is obviously derivative. There are clear elements of both the story and art that seem lifted from Fairy Tail, The Seven Deadly Sins, Dragonball, and several others, to the point wh...