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The List - 6 Pieces of Attack on Titan Merchandise That No One Asked For

Attack on Titan is a global phenomenon, but as with any giant media franchise that generates a ton of merchandise, there's bound to be some duds. Here are some fun ones! ― When any piece of media hits its popularity zenith, you can expect all kinds of merchandise to come out of the woodwork to capitalize on its fanbase. If you watch the Star Wars episode of Netflix's The Toys That Made Us you can se...
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Wise Man's Grandchild ‒ Episode 7

"What I initially liked about this show – its low-key approach to basic isekai tropes – has proven not to be particularly sustainable in the long run."
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Black Clover ‒ Episode 84

"The most important story conflicts may have been dealt with already, but the Royal Knights exams still have one heck of a climactic battle up their sleeve with the final match."
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Kitaro's Yokai Battles GN

Fans of the new Gegege no Kitaro reboot should be sure to check out this fascinating volume of stories that inspired many of the remake's best episodes. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― While a new volume of Drawn&Quarterly's curated collection of stories from Shigeru Mizuki's GeGeGe no Kitaro series is always interesting, this particular book, Kitaro's Yokai Battles, may be of particular interes...
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This Week in Anime - Is Netflix's Revisions Worth Watching?

Netflix delivers another CG mecha action series this season with Revisions. Nick and Andy find out if this time-warping sci fi adventure is worth checking out. ― Netflix delivers another CG mecha action series this season with Revisions. This week, Nick and Andy find out if this time-warping sci fi adventure is worth checking out. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the participants in t...
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Fruits Basket ‒ Episode 7

"At long last, this episode lays Akito Soma's first round of cards on the table."
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YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world. ‒ Episode 8

"The good news is that this episode is able to focus on its clear through-lines in a way that feels like we're actually building to something in this new arc."
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Isekai Quartet ‒ Episode 7

"This episode marks the first time that I have strongly wished for the runtime to be a little longer."
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Dororo ‒ Episode 19

"It's an abrupt change of pace for the series: a welcome respite, but hardly as impactful as usual."
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Fairy gone ‒ Episode 7

"The difference between taking a half hour to watch an episode of Fairy Gone and simply reading its summary on Wikipedia is almost nonexistent."
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One Piece ‒ Episodes 884-885

"The overlong recaps are still a burden on this arc, but at least we're getting to the point where the table scraps of new material are uniformly juicy."
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This Week in Anime - Amazing Stranger is the Guilty Pleasure of the Season

Be careful what you wish for, because this short series proves that having all your favorite waifu figurines come to life might not be a dream come true. Micchy and Steve dive headfirst into some truly amazing trash. ― Be careful what you wish for, because Amazing Stranger proves that having all your favorite waifu figurines come to life might not be a dream come true. This week, Micchy and Steve di...
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Made in Abyss: Wandering Twilight

This second film adapts Made in Abyss' most devastating material to beautiful effect while setting up new details for a continuation. Theron Martin has the details in our full review. ― Wandering Twilight, the compilation film that covers episodes 9-13 of the Made in Abyss TV series, had its U.S. debut at Anime Central, complete with the attendance of director Masayuki Kojima, music director Kevin Pe...
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations ‒ Episode 107

"As things stand, this is shaping up to be Boruto's best Boruto-less arc yet."
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Attack on Titan ‒ Episode 53

"It's been a bumpy ride so far, but this episode finally manages to capture the near-perfect balance of grim spectacle and bloody horror that made the franchise famous in the first place."
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We Never Learn: BOKUBEN ‒ Episode 7

"This episode got me to finally come around on Fumino as a character, depicting her and Nariyuki's deep trust that transcends the boyfriend-girlfriend barrier."
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Fairy Tail: Final Season ‒ Episode 309

"The fight between Gray and Natsu may get top billing this week, but it's really the least important part of the episode."
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Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life ‒ Episode 7

"Two ladies get their tragic backstories this week, making for an episode that aims to deliver twice the emotional impact as usual."
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind ‒ Episode 30

"The Green Day/Oasis fight rages on, and I'm left unsure as to how I feel about most of what has been happening in JoJo's lately."
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Shelf Life - May 20th, 2019

Our column covering all the newest anime releases of the week has expanded to include manga and video games. Check out the new and improved Shelf Life! ― Welcome to a slightly different version of Shelf Life! Running a review every week has become less feasible from a cost and organizational standpoint in recent months, so we're trying a new format for the column. In place of those weekly anime revi...
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Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato

This zombie-busting adventure continues the story where season one left off. Richard Eisenbeis has the details on this high-octane movie straight from its theatrical run in Japan. ― Note: this review contains major spoilers for the Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress TV series. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato is the theatrical sequel to 2016's 12-episode TV anime, Kabaneri of the Iron Fo...
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Sarazanmai ‒ Episode 5

"If finally losing everything is what it takes to force Kazuki to start making real connections with others, maybe this fate isn't as cruel as it seems on the surface."
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Crest of the Stars Complete Series DVD

Light on action but heavy on drama, this sci fi classic is a must-see for diehard fans of the genre. Nick Creamer has the details. ― First airing back in 1999, and based on a trilogy of acclaimed novels from three years earlier, Crest of the Stars belongs to a different era of anime space operas, and stands apart even from many of its contemporaries. There are no epic robot battles or clashes between...
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Sarazanmai ‒ Episode 4

"It's circles within circles as Kazuki comes face to face with Haruka's dark alternate future in Toi, for an episode that combines the straightforwardness of Enta's story with the melodrama of Kazuki's."
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba ‒ Episode 7

"This is a great setup for the next stage of the story's conflict, and when you couple it with Muzan's slick and devious character design, you've got a recipe for an excellent villain."
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Bungo Stray Dogs ‒ Episode 31

"Little as I enjoy Atsushi's Sad Orphan Flashbacks, I think that the second half of this episode would have benefited from a deeper exploration of them."
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The Helpful Fox Senko-san ‒ Episode 6

"The show's not bad by any stretch, but it's disappointing to look at Senko-san and imagine a version that manages to be both fluffier in its aesthetic and meatier in its writing."
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The Spring 2019 Anime Preview Guide: Simuldub Edition

The Spring 2019 Anime Preview Guide returns with impressions of this season's new English dubs!
Available Now: Sarazanmai - Mix - Midnight Occult Civil Servants - AFTERLOST - Kono Oto Tomare! - Fairy gone - Strike Witches - Robihachi - YU-NO - Isekai Quartet - The Wiseman's Grandchild - The Helpful Fox Senko-san
― Welcome to Anime News Network's Spring 2019 Preview Guide! Here's how it goes: our tea...
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The List - Put These 8 Moments in the FFVII Remake, You Cowards

Cloud and his pals are coming back for another round - but will Final Fantasy VII ever be the same if they don't include these scenes? ― Let me revel in my age here for a minute and bestow you all with a bit of context re: Final Fantasy VII. This PlayStation classic and myself go way back. I specifically recall wanting to rent from Hollywood Video and my dad telling me "no" because it was three disc...
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Umineko When They Cry Episode 8: Twilight of the Golden Witch GN 19

This murder mystery heads into its final arc as the story's many indulgent threads threaten to become too much to handle. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― As an author, Ryukishi07 has one particularly bad habit: he's entirely too enamored with his own schtick. That's hardly a sin unique to him as a creator, but it does make Umineko: When They Cry a much less tightly-plotted series, and that's som...
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YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world. ‒ Episode 7

"This was less like watching an episode of a show and more like reading a forum post on it with all the spoiler tags turned on."
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Wise Man's Grandchild ‒ Episode 6

"This story has never been entirely certain what tone it wants to strike, and the biggest problems come back to Sizilien again this week."
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The Rising of The Shield Hero ‒ Episode 19

"It's pretty sad when you can tell a mere third of the way through the episode that nothing much will be accomplished by the end."
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This Week in Anime - Baki the Grappler Gets Distressingly Sexy

This new anime adaptation of the classic fighting manga has returned to Netflix after a few months of hiatus, but this time our hero is more of a lover than a fighter. Micchy and Andy gawk at Baki's truly bizarre experiments in lovemaking. ― This new anime adaptation of classic fighting manga Baki has returned to Netflix after a few months of hiatus, but this time our hero is more of a lover than a ...
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Black Clover ‒ Episodes 82-83

"This tournament had to get bent completely out of shape in order for its best drama to happen, and what's left are a number of peripheral matches that are difficult to care about."
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One Punch Man Season 2 ‒ Episode 6

"Once again, One Punch Man spends an entire episode winding up a whirling dervish without actually following through with an impact."
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Isekai Quartet ‒ Episode 6

"Though it doesn't have much for big laugh-out-loud moments, this episode does provide an excuse for the various characters to thoroughly mix and interact."
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This Week in Games - (Re)Make it So

Cloud and Sephiroth are back - and so is Omega Labyrinth, and Super Mario Maker! Catch up on this week's news and next week's big releases. ― Usually I expect Nintendo to be the ones who immediately outdate my news column, as they're prone to dropping Directs at the worst possible times. But last week, it was actually Sony who made internet nerddom erupt in a flurry of excited squealing and hot takes...
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This Week in Anime - Is Wise Man's Grandchild Worth Watching?

This anime combines the Isekai and Magic High School genres for a twist on both premises, but is that enough to make its milquetoast protagonist stand out? Nick and Steve weigh the pros and cons of this unassuming light novel adaptation. ― Wise Man's Grandchild combines the Isekai and Magic High School genres for a twist on both premises, but is that enough to make its milquetoast protagonist stand ...
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Dororo ‒ Episode 18

"Interspersed with tension-packed action sequences, this episode's script excels at navigating the moral ambiguity of Dororo's world with well-rounded empathy."
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Fairy gone ‒ Episode 6

"This episode that takes the cake for the single most boring half-hour of television I've watched all year."
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The Origin of Gundam: The Origin

Gundam: The Origin has arrived in TV form, elaborating the backstory of one of the most iconic franchises in history - but what's the story behind the story? Lauren Orsini breaks it down. ― On April 29, 2019, Gundam: The Origin hit the small screen as a TV anime, but it didn't always take that form. This ambitious project to explore a “behind the scenes” look at one of the science fiction genre's mos...
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Answerman - Are There More Anime Remakes And Sequels These Days?

Sometimes it feels like everything these days is a sequel or a remake - but is that really even a new phenomenon? Justin digs in. ― Jitendar asked: Today, I take a look at the anime industry, and it feels as if half of the output is either a remake or a continuation, as it's the established franchises that companies seem to turn to again and again. Right now one of the biggest shows streaming is a F...
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations ‒ Episode 106

"With a premise that's ripe for shenanigans, the latest arc is off to a very strong start."
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Fairy Tail: Final Season ‒ Episode 308

"The real battle of ice and fire is on its way – dragon and demon included."
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Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life ‒ Episode 6

"It's just not believable that a brand new koto club could possibly make this many enemies so soon, making this one of the show's weaker episodes so far."
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The Magnificent KOTOBUKI

Aeronautics enthusiasts will love this fantasy series' attention to detail, but its story and characters could use a little tune-up. Theron Martin has the details. ― The last year or so has seen an upsurge in a subclass of aerial combat series that could generally be called “girls with planes” series. Following in the footsteps of last year's Dragon Pilot: Hisone and Masotan, the Winter 2019 season i...
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Fruits Basket ‒ Episode 6

"This episode delivers a landslide combo of resolution and setup that leaves little breathing room for emotional release."
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Attack on Titan ‒ Episode 52

"While it's nice to get some more perspective on the Titan side of this war, most of this episode didn't work for me nearly as well as I wanted."
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba ‒ Episode 6

"Moving forward, I'm not concerned about Demon Slayer's knack for action set pieces and raw emotional power, but I hope to see it tighten up its storytelling chops."
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind ‒ Episode 29

"As dire as the situation is for our heroes, this is the most I've felt like Golden Wind was meandering."
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Shelf Life - Adieu Galaxy Express 999

Paul takes a closer look at the concluding film to Leiji Matsumoto's space-faring epic, along with all this week's new blu-ray releases! ― A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I was going to spend this latest anime season catching up on shows I'd missed out on over the last couple years, and so far I've marathoned my way through two. If you skipped over Revue Starlight or Karakai Jozu no Takagi-san whe...
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Konohana Kitan BD+DVD

This slice-of-life yuri series doesn't have lofty story ambitions, but it will provide a thoughtful healing respite from the more high-octane anime in your library. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― Konohana Kitan has the somewhat unusual honor of being based on not one, but two manga series of roughly the same name by Sakuya Amano. Originally running for two volumes in a yuri-centric anthology, t...
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Collide—Chapters 1-4

This new fantastical melodrama from artist Wann is immediately engrossing despite a smattering of structural hiccups. Rebecca Silverman digs into this web-published manhwa. ― Netcomics, online translator and purveyor of official manhwa releases, has previously mostly kept its serialized stories on its own website with its proprietary reader. While that reader is easy to use, their payment system and ...
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We Never Learn: BOKUBEN ‒ Episode 6

"This episode is all over the place in terms of focus, but the central thread of Nariyuki and his charges becoming closer keeps it unified enough to be engaging all the way through."
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The List - 8 Sonic The Hedgehog Cartoons That Are Probably Better Than The Movie

The new movie isn't out yet, but here are 8 Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons that will satisfy your need to... well, you know. ― So your CG Sonic film design went "boom" and now you're this week's internet laughingstock? I don't have any advice for the crew on the Sonic the Hedgehog movie and its soon to be overworked staff. We'll all have to wait to see what kind of design overhaul the titular blue hedg...
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My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Novels 1-3

This isekai otome series may be aimed at an audience familiar with reverse harem stories, but its engaging characters, fun plot, and breezy writing style make it a good fit for anyone seeking a quality romcom. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― The third of three currently (as of this writing) serializing titles in the “reborn into an otome game” subgenre of isekai, Satoru Yamaguchi's My Next Life ...
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Bungo Stray Dogs ‒ Episode 30

"At long last, it's time to check back in with Atsushi and the rest of the modern-day Agency members."
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The Helpful Fox Senko-san ‒ Episode 5

"This episode squanders some potential with its new cast member, but the series remains a relaxing if lightweight way to spend a half-hour."
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The Staff of The Rising of the Shield Hero

The staff behind the animated adaptation of Aneko Yusagi's popular isekai fantasy novel series discusses their work on the show. ― Aneko Yusagi's popular isekai fantasy novel series The Rising of the Shield Hero has been published in English since 2015, through which it has gained an ardent fanbase. Crunchyroll showcased the first episode of the new anime adaptation at Crunchyroll Expo last year, and...
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Manga Answerman - What's With All The Omnibus Releases?

American manga publishers seem to be leaning more and more toward collected releases - why is that? Deb digs in, with some commentary from industry pros. ― Why does omnibus volumes seem to be increasingly common for US manga publishers nowadays? Not that they don't ever release the individual volumes, but it seems like whenever there's a modern re-release, or a never-before-released English edition ...
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The Rising of The Shield Hero ‒ Episode 18

"Even though this episode's twist composes only its last couple minutes, this reveal dominates everything else that happens into near-irrelevance."
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YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world. ‒ Episode 6

"Now that its first arc is over, we'll have to see if this series can learn from its past mistakes or keep on stumbling into the same ones on its repeats. Given the way its protagonist has operated his time machine so far, it could go either way."
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One Punch Man Season 2 ‒ Episode 5

"With all of these plotlines happening simultaneously, the result is a jumbled mess hopping from scene to scene without letting any of them gain enough momentum to do something meaningful."
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Wise Man's Grandchild ‒ Episode 5

"If the series can focus more on the bonds between its characters and trust that its plot is enough to carry the rest, we'll be a lot better off."
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Isekai Quartet ‒ Episode 5

"While the talent show isn't as riotously entertaining as I'd hoped, it still gets in plenty of decent jokes, including a couple that only viewers who are extremely familiar with one series or another are likely to get."
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This Week in Anime - Is Ingress the Animation Worth Watching?

This 3DCG sci fi action adventure has just landed on Netflix with a customized international soundtrack. Nick and Steve find out if this mobile game adaptation lives up to its hype. ― Ingress the Animation is a 3DCG sci fi action adventure that's just landed on Netflix with a customized international soundtrack. This week, Nick and Steve find out if this mobile game adaptation lives up to its hype. ...
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This Week in Games - Pure Platinum

Detective Pikachu is nigh, but before Heidi gets to that, we've got the return of Platinum Games, Tekken news and much more! ― Man, so much of this week's gaming news is a downer. There's the Riot Games walkout to protest the company's awful policies on reporting harassment in the workplace, there's the allegations of human refuse pile Randy Pitchford stiffing money and getting physically abusive wit...
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O Maidens in Your Savage Season GN 1

Mari Okada's frank exploration of female sexuality is a refreshing read for those seeking a story about adolescence with a little more bite. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― Frank discussions of female sexuality in young adult literature are no longer quite so rare as they once were and have certainly come a long way since Judy Blume wrote Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret and Forever, which ...
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Interview: MIYAVI, The Responsible Rockstar

The guitarist and actor MIYAVI discusses his career, his newest album, and his upcoming role alongside Angelina Jolie in Maleficent 2. ― The artist presently known as MIYAVI just may be the most responsible rockstar of our age. He's been active on the international music scene since 1999 and solo since 2002, MIYAVI has catapulted to global success and notoriety pretty much on his own terms, always ev...
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Answerman - Why Do Opening and Ending Song Lyrics Sometimes Get Subtitled In Japanese?

Anime openings and endings sometimes have Japanese sing-along lyrics included - why is that? Justin explains. ― Todd asked: I've noticed that some, but not all openings seem to have hiragana/english subtitles (like in my hero academia). I had long been told that this was common in anime for kids, but i've also seen it in shows squarely aimed at adult otaku (the wisemans grandchild) do this as well. ...
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Burst Angel Blu-ray

This frequently forgotten fanservice action series is back on blu-ray! Theron Martin finds out if this slice of early 2000's cheese has aged well. ― Dial the clock back to 2004 and this 24-episode series was a hot property, with a popular run in Japan and plenty of hype in the West. It's easy to understand why Burst Angel would have been a hit; it was produced by a prominent studio at the height of t...
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Dororo ‒ Episode 17

"By contrasting Hyakkimaru against both his younger brother and the past version of himself that Jukai remembers, this episode delivers a nuanced exploration of what it means to be human."
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Fairy gone ‒ Episode 5

"It's amazing how much Fairy Gone improves when it simplifies things and gives itself time to focus."
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This Week in Anime - The Helpful Fox Senko-san is both Comforting and Uncomfortable

This healing show about foxgirls and self-care may have a few too many distracting fetishes on the side. Micchy and Andy weigh the pros and cons of this relaxing anime series. ― The Helpful Fox Senko-san is a healing show about foxgirls and self-care, with a few too many distracting fetishes on the side. This week, Micchy and Andy weigh the pros and cons of this relaxing anime series. Disclaimer: Th...
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Attack on Titan ‒ Episode 51

"While Erwin's strong characterization is enough to get us through a shaky preamble, the main show of the second act proves to be well worth the wait."
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Blood Blockade Battlefront & Beyond BD+DVD

This wild supernatural action series loses some visual luster in its second season, but makes up the difference by doubling down on its story strengths. Nick Creamer has the details. ― When I initially heard Rie Matsumoto wouldn't be returning to direct Blood Blockade Battlefront's second season, my expectations for the show sharply dropped. Matsumoto's Kyousogiga is one of the most creative and visu...
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One Piece ‒ Episode 883

"Since it appears as though every episode of this Reverie is going be at least half flashback, I'm going to mix things up with a mini-review of the older material being recapped in any given episode."
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations ‒ Episode 105

"While clip shows have thus far proven rare in this series, it's never fun to be presented with a slapdash rundown of a recent storyline."
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Fairy Tail: Final Season ‒ Episode 307

"I feel like this episode didn't quite know where to focus, resulting in a story that had the potential to be very moving and tense just sort of existing instead."
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We Never Learn: BOKUBEN ‒ Episode 5

"This dedicated sleep-away study camp episode is all about finally igniting the fires of romance between Rizu and Nariyuki."
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Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life ‒ Episode 5

"The combination of powerful sound and emotional impact made this the most unforgettable episode yet."
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Shelf Life - Kokkoku

Paul reviews this time-stopping supernatural thriller and breaks down all this week's new blu-ray releases! ― We're coming up on the season for final exams, and for those of us who work in college libraries, that means interacting with a lot of panicked undergrads who haven't set foot in a library since their first tour of the campus. Luckily for me, I'm well practiced in the art of not making snark...
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba ‒ Episode 5

"These last two episodes have been a near perfect example of traditional Shonen Jump style excitement, and I could not be more excited to follow Tanjiro and Nezuko on more demon-slaying adventures."
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REVIEW: Pokémon Detective Pikachu

The most electrifying cinematic event of the year is almost upon us! Callum May has the full scoop on this refreshingly entertaining video game adaptation. ― It only took me a few minutes to start missing the world of Detective Pikachu. Being the same age as lead actor Justice Smith, Pokémon has been a constant throughout both of our childhoods. I can't tell you how much I used to wish that I'd sudde...
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Fruits Basket ‒ Episode 5

"At long last, Tohru delivers Furuba's title drop, for the first truly great dramatic climax in her story."
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Fruits Basket ‒ Episode 4

"Thus far, there's been surprisingly little romance in Fruits Basket for a shojo story, so the Boar of the Zodiac arrives with a love injection straight to the jugular."
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Fruits Basket ‒ Episode 3

"This episode's brilliant adaptation choices allow the mutually envious relationship between Yuki and Kyo to be explored in a more cohesive way."
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Bungo Stray Dogs ‒ Episode 29

"Bungo Stray Dogs is perfectly good on its own, but Dostoyevsky might just be the character it needs to be even better."
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The Ideal Sponger Life GN 1

This steamy isekai adventure explores the thrills and perils of becoming a sugar baby to the queen in another world. Theron Martin has the details. ― The manga version of The Ideal Sponger Life is an adaptation of a light novel series that's not yet been released in English. It differs from most isekai titles in that both of its leads are full-grown adults, but otherwise it gives every impression up ...
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The Helpful Fox Senko-san ‒ Episode 4

"This episode played well to Senko-san's calming and healing aspirations, continuing to provide a welcome half-hour respite from the burdens of adult life."
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Wise Man's Grandchild ‒ Episode 4

"One thing I can say for this series is that it's not necessarily unfolding like I thought it would."
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The Spring 2019 Anime Preview Guide: Simuldub Edition

The Spring 2019 Anime Preview Guide returns with impressions of this season's new English dubs!
Available Now: Fruits Basket - YU-NO - Isekai Quartet - The Wiseman's Grandchild - The Helpful Fox Senko-san
― Welcome to Anime News Network's Spring 2019 Preview Guide! Here's how it goes: our team of critics write up their impressions instantly, to be posted here as they go along. Each critic will cover...
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The Rising of The Shield Hero ‒ Episode 17

"Filo partly saves this episode, but I have to think that there was a more impactful and convincing way to handle all this."
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YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world. ‒ Episode 5

"It feels unfair to center an arc on Ayumi only to treat her as a tragic prop whose destructive feelings will simply have to be fixed by solving all the right logic puzzles."
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This Week in Anime - Is Fairy Gone Worth Watching?

This new story from the author of Grimgar blends steampunk and fantasy together to deliver a political thriller with sharp nu-metal edges. Nick and Andy discuss whether Fairy Gone is more than the sum of its many disjointed parts. ― Fairy gone blends steampunk and fantasy together to deliver a political thriller with sharp nu-metal edges. This week, Nick and Andy discuss whether this new story from ...

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