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One Piece Season 6 Part 3 DVD

We're almost at the end of the Thriller Bark arc, but the animation is starting to fall apart. ― Thriller Bark is One Piece by way of Tim Burton, and as far as story arcs in the shounen series go, it's one of the more interesting. Gecko Moria, one of the Seven Warlords, is both ridiculous and frightening with his ability to steal shadows and use them to animate zombies, and while we are reasonably su...
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Shelf Life - The Sound and the Fuuri

A list of this week's new releases. Plus, gravure idols and espers abound in this week's reviews of Super Sonico and Unlimited Psychic Squad! ― Jump to this week's reviews: Super Sonico the AnimationUnlimited Psychic Squad On Shelves This Week Free! Season 1 DVD Eastern Star - 280 min - Sub - MSRP $39.95Currently cheapest at: $24.38 Rakuten Synopsis: Four boys from Iwatobi High School have their eye...
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You're Being Summoned, Azazel Sub.DVD

Demons abound in this hard-edged short-form comedy series, but does its wildly hit-or-miss nature mean it isn't quite worth the asking price? ― “Nothing good ever comes from calling on demons to solve your problems.” This line is never explicitly said anywhere in this franchise, which consists of two series of 13 13-minute-long episodes (the original from 2011 and the sequel from 2013). However, it c...
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Heroic Legend of Arslan ‒ Episode 5

"This week, we meet a new character with just as much promise as Narsus."
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Show By Rock!! ‒ Episode 5

"The "dark monsters that bring dark music" have returned to Show By Rock!!, and their connection to the shadowy figures watching over Midi City becomes clearer."
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Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign ‒ Episode 5

"Studio Wit has been getting some talent to put this thing together."
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Plastic Memories ‒ Episode 5

"This episode was the punch in the gut that Plastic Memories needed."
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Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love Revolutions ‒ Episode 5

"If you're just looking to enjoy your weekly dose of lovely young men parachuting into your home while singing, it does deliver."
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Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches ‒ Episode 4

"The show is already throwing a new power into the mix. Will it add some variety to the humor, or just muddy the waters?"
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Blood Blockade Battlefront ‒ Episode 5

"They say that love is blind, and in this week's episode of Blood Blockade Battlefront, we learned that this also makes love incapable of being responsible behind the wheel."
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Karneval [Omnibus] GN 1-2

This is an interesting, complicated fantasy adventure that has some unfortunate printing issues. ― The words “carnival” and “circus” have dual connotations. On the one hand, they are places of entertainment, words which make us think of swirling music and fantastic feats, glittering costumes and trained animals. On the other hand, the words can refer to a place where the rules of everyday life have b...
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Gunslinger Stratos: The Animation ‒ Episode 5

"It may be called Gunslinger Stratos: The Animation, but once again video game elements give this episode its soul."
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Kuroko's Basketball ‒ Episode 17

"Every moment in this episode was a hint at something much larger than itself."
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The Mike Toole Show - SNK-Hole

Mike dons his red trucker cap and takes a journey through all the various shlocky and unique OVAs based on old SNK fighting games. ― It took me ages to track it down. I'd been after this particular OVA for something like eight years, and for a long time, the hunt just didn't go well. First of all, the show wasn't a “true” OVA, it was an ONA that was briefly broadcast online, but region locked to Japa...
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Sailor Moon Crystal ‒ Episode 21

"This is one of those episodes where both a lot happens and nothing at all happens."
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High School DxD BorN ‒ Episode 5

"Funimation's new broadcast dub definitely livens up even further what was already a pretty vocally lively series."
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc ‒ Episode 17

"Terence T. D'Arby really doesn't deserve three whole episodes."
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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works ‒ Episode 17

"This episode was dominated by two battles, and they were both pretty good."
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? ‒ Episode 5

"A lot happens in this episode of Is it Wrong to Try to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon – maybe a little too much."
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Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma ‒ Episode 5

"Hopefully we'll get a little more character-developing downtime as the show goes on."
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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! ‒ Episode 5

"As the student council arc draws to a close, Hikki has once again acted out of the fear of losing a comfortable stasis - but this time the stasis was his own."
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The List - 7 Manga Banned Around the Globe

Seven manga that were just too hot or otherwise objectionable for a variety of countries all over the world. ― Censorship of anime and manga is often met with derision by fans for its alteration of the source material. Anime targeted towards children or racy manga series have gotten their share of script changes, painted on bathing suits, and Christian imagery cut. It takes another level of parental...
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Genshiken: Second Season GN 6

The gang heads back to Comic Fest in another volume full of doujins, drama, and all the characters you love to wince for. ― The tension is kept at a comfortable simmer for most of this sixth volume. Having spent several volumes stressing over his shifting feelings for Madarame, Hato finally reaches the breaking point when confronted by Sue. In a great scene that demonstrates both more relatable perso...
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Nisekoi: ‒ Episode 4

"In the wake of last episode, Raku still has his nose to Hana's grindstone as her executive assistant."
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Disappearance of Nagato Yuki chan ‒ Episode 5

"Nagato's Epic Valentine Adventure ended this week, following up on last week's dramatic Haruhi-prompted cliffhanger."
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Assassination Classroom ‒ Episode 15

"Assassination Classroom is moving into uncharted waters now. It's carried a story across multiple episodes before, but never with this many moving parts."
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ANNCast - Meat Popsicles

Zac and Justin get terminally sidetracked by your Twitter questions for a conversation that swerves dangerously between off-topic and on. Shirobako, Ghost in the Shell and more are tackled. ― ANNCast Episode 224: Meat Popsicles Get the Flash Player to see this player. Zac and Justin get terminally sidetracked by your Twitter questions for a conversation that swerves dangerously between off-topic and...
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Ninja Slayer From Animation ‒ Episode 3

"The show does an admirable job keeping the mood fresh by dialing down the action and introducing a bunch of new characters."
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Answerman - Can You Feel The Music?

Why the songs in Love Live! won't be dubbed, how to write to your favorite seiyuu, and why we will never learn actual sales numbers. Plus, the REAL reason why we can't have legal hentai streaming sites. ― You never know when you're going to accidentally find out something you didn't know about the anime business. A few months ago I got asked why we don't have something like Crunchyroll for hentai an...
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Punch Line ‒ Episode 4

"The writer and director seem to be daring viewers to second-guess where this is all going."
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Looking Up at the Half-Moon Sub.DVD

Looking Up at the Half-Moon promises romance and tragedy. As it turns out, it only provides one of those things, and not in the intended way. ― I wish I had something positive to say about this show. I'd even accept “it fails, but at least it tries” - but I honestly don't think Looking Up at the Half-Moon even really tries. It's lazy and tired and clumsily manipulative, lacking the personality or exe...
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 410

"Naruto Shippūden continuously overestimates the appeal of the current arc."
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My Love Story!! ‒ Episode 4

"My Boyfriend" is the first episode all about our newly established couple, and it's promising for this story going forward."
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Wish Upon the Pleiades ‒ Episode 4

"These character-by-character episodes are the bread and butter of team-based magical girl shows, going all the way back to Sailor Moon."
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House of 1000 Manga - A Zoo In Winter

Shaenon follows up A Drifting Life with Jiro Taniguchi's autobiographical manga that follows in the same tradition. ― In my last House column I talked about Yoshihiro Tatsumi's opus A Drifting Life, which follows the manga industry from the postwar era to the year 1960. I wish Tatsumi, who passed away earlier this year, could have drawn a sequel about the second half of his career, during which he b...
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Kyōkai no Rinne ‒ Episode 4

"Today's plot hits close to home for young viewers—and is more frustrating than nostalgic for everyone else—as the characters struggle with feelings of love for the first time."
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Denki-Gai [Collector's Edition + CD] Sub.Blu-Ray 1+DVD

An otaku slice-of-life show set in a manga shop comprises PONYCAN's other premium release. Find out if it's worth what they're asking. ― The second of Ponycan USA's forays into physical releases for the North American market, Denki-Gai at first seems an unlikely choice. The story takes place in Umanohone, a barely-veiled reference to a popular Japanese doujinshi retailer, something that most certainl...
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Gintama ‒ Episode 269

"Unfortunately for the typical Western viewer, you'll need to possess a solid understanding of Japanese language and history to truly appreciate many of the jokes in this segment."
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The X Button - Formative Fears

This week: imports appear with Style Savvy, Super Robot Wars, and Martian bug fights! Plus Konami’s condition, Code: Realize, and why old adventures mattered. ― Double Fine's Broken Age: Act Two is out this week. It concludes one of my favorite games from last year, and that's not all. It also ends a long and sometimes contentious story about game development and fundraising. The game grew from one ...
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1 GN 2

How can JoJo possibly win against a Dio who has had his evil enhanced by the mysterious stone mask? Possibly by learning some new powers of his own... ― There is something appealing in a mad, manic way about Hirohiko Araki's Jojo's Bizarre Adventure. Even if you aren't a fan of over-the-top shounen/seinen action manga, it's hard to resist this series, and its introductory arc, Phantom Blood, just get...
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Sound! Euphonium ‒ Episode 4

"Less tightly paced and narratively focused than the first few, this one could be easily divided into two broad halves."
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Mikagura School Suite ‒ Episode 4

"In order to get ready for the big tournament, Eruna starts training with the kids from the drama club. "
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Kill la Kill [Limited Edition] BD+DVD 5

Find out if the final volume of Studio Trigger's controversial hit nails the landing, or if it's just out naked in the cold. ― Here at the end of Kill La Kill, viewers are forced to confront its most serious question: "What's butts got to do with it?" The show's blatant themes of "exposure" were couched in comedy for most of its run, but this accelerated shift to drama in the second half seems determ...
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Interview: Under the Dog's Jiro Ishii and Koji Morimoto

After the controversial exit of the show's original producer, Under the Dog's creative leaders sit down to clear the air. PLUS: a transcript of their Q&A panel from Sakuracon. ― First, a little backstory. Under the Dog is a sci-fi action anime directed by Sword of the Stranger's Masahiro Ando that successfully managed to close Kickstarter funding last year. At the time, the project's producer was Hir...
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Yuki Yuna is a Hero [Collector's Edition + CD] BD+DVD 1

Get the lowdown on PONYCAN's first physical release in the US, a fancy box with the first 4 episodes of the magical girl show Yuki Yuna is a Hero. Is it worth what they're asking? ― In some respects this 2014 production followed a similar path to the one Kyousogiga tread exactly a year before: it was an original anime project which debuted in the Winter season without much buzz, and yet its heavily c...
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Shelf Life - The Valley of Machine Dolls

A lot more new releases this week. Plus, a variety of schemes and dreams with reviews of Madoka Magica -Rebellion- and Unbreakable Machine-Doll. ― Jump to this week's reviews: Madoka Magica the Movie -Rebellion-Unbreakable Machine-Doll On Shelves This Week D-Frag! Complete Series BD+DVD, Limited Edition Funimation - 300 min - Hyb - MSRP $64.98|$69.98Currently cheapest at: $37.84 Rakuten|$40.21 Amazo...
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Heroic Legend of Arslan ‒ Episode 4

"The most emotionally rewarding episode so far, through the introduction of one new player."
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Show By Rock!! ‒ Episode 4

"Show By Rock!! has the potential to evolve further, but so far, it's more spectacle than substance. "
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Anime Spotlight Spring 2015 - The List

The spring season has begun! Here is a recap of the shows that are in bloom. ― Featured Series (Click for more) (Jump to additional shows) Mikagura School Suite (Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku) Seraph of the End High School DxD BorN (Season 3) Sound! Euphonium (Hibike! Euphonium) Etotama (Chinese Zodiac Souls) RE-KAN! My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! (Yahari Ore no Seishun Love-Come wa Machigatte iru -...
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Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign ‒ Episode 4

"Seraph of the End has managed to be a lot of fun – intentionally and unintentionally."
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Blood Blockade Battlefront ‒ Episode 4

"This feels like ten episodes of content in a one-episode bag."
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Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches ‒ Episode 3

"The admittedly bizarre student council system may roll in out of nowhere, but it does give the story a clear direction to follow for the time being."
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Gunslinger Stratos: The Animation ‒ Episode 4

"This week brings us an episode that has been perfectly calculated to contain a potpourri of everything it thinks fans like, becoming predictable in the process."
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12 Beast GN 1

Seven Seas brings us another monster girl manga by the author of Monster Musume! ― From the pen and mind of Okayado, who brought you Monster Musume (also released by Seven Seas) comes the much more generic 12 Beast, a story about an ordinary guy who has to go to another world and save the day, as well as the busty ladies. Eita Touga is a second year in high school, is embarrassed to be a virgin, and ...
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Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love Revolutions ‒ Episode 4

"It's impossible to write about this episode without giving away a pretty large spoiler for it, so if you haven't watched it yet, you may want to before reading."
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Plastic Memories ‒ Episode 4

"After two weeks of faffing about, Plastic Memories returns to the only thing that I wanted out of it – Tsukasa and Isla on the job."
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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works ‒ Episode 16

"After two straight weeks of action/backstory spectacular, it's time for another episode where people mostly stand around and talk. Fortunately, it's better than the last one."
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Kuroko's Basketball ‒ Episode 16

"No matter how horrific the past, Seirin's reappearance reminds us that Teiko isn't Kuroko's reality anymore."
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High School DxD BorN ‒ Episode 4

"Loki was only temporarily sequestered in the last episode, so both Rias and Sona volunteer to spearhead a delaying action while Odin summons Mjolnir."
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Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma ‒ Episode 4

"Food Wars still makes cooking look like an event instead of a chore and is absolutely mouthwatering in its depiction of food."
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Nisekoi: ‒ Episode 3

"The franchise has played around with visual imagery a great deal over its run, but it shows here that it can handle symbolic actions just as well when it wants to."
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The List - 7 Thief Characters That Could Steal the Shirt Off Your Back

These anime thieves steal whatever isn't nailed down: cash, artwork, priceless artifacts, and your heart. ― Fiction has always had a love affair for charming rogues. They steal from the rich and elude bumbling detectives who are always two steps behind. In many cases the story is written around their crime; the victims are corrupt or the items in question are fakes. This way the burglars are anti-he...
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Editorial: Shirobako and the Struggle

Nick Creamer ruminates on Shirobako's portrayal of the hardships that come with working a creative job. ― Life is full of trials and mistakes no matter how you slice it, but pursuing a career in the arts is just asking for trouble. I've made more than my own share of such mistakes, and my past is littered with the detritus of a failed novelist, failed musician, failed game writer. There's no security...
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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! ‒ Episode 4

"The drama of friendship and identity is getting heavy and relentless, and all these characters are having their values and self-image tested as they try to square who they are."
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? ‒ Episode 4

"Now that Bell's skills are so vastly improved from when we first met him, he wants to go ever deeper into the dungeon, something his guild contact, Eina the half-elf, isn't sure she feels good about."
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Disappearance of Nagato Yuki chan ‒ Episode 4

"Valentine's Day is approaching, and Nagato is determined to give Kyon some valentine's chocolate."
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Assassination Classroom ‒ Episode 14

"For a show that thrives on being weird and creative, this storyline is simply too generic in its execution."
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc ‒ Episode 16

"Kakyoin is back in business, but this is not one of the stronger Jojo's fights."
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ANNCast - Aniplex Machina

Marketing specialist for Aniplex of America EJ Rivera drops by the show to chat all things Aniplex, including some sales numbers, upcoming releases, and those pesky prices people love to fight about. ― ANNCast Episode 223: Aniplex Machina Get the Flash Player to see this player. Marketing specialist for Aniplex of America EJ Rivera drops by the show to chat all things Aniplex, including some sales n...
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Answerman - Subtitle Hues and Cry

Justin takes on the backlash over simulcast subtitle quality. Then, why anime studios change in the second season of a show, what happens when a US publisher gets the rights to release something elsewhere, and more. ― After last week's column was posted, I got some grief on Twitter from a handful of readers, who were incredulous that I had such high praise for the staff that works on simulcast subti...
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Fairy Tail Part 15 BD+DVD

The Grand Magic Games heat up as unscrupulous contenders make the fights more dangerous while ominous powers move behind the scenes. Can Fairy Tail still come out on top? ― Fairy Tail has successfully made the standard shounen tournament arc into something that, if not precisely new, is still interesting even as it maintains the genre standards of increasingly powerful battles and hidden powers. Inde...
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Ninja Slayer From Animation ‒ Episode 2

"Nothing is more serious and deadly than excellent manners. Nothing!"
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Naruto Shippuden ‒ Episode 409

"It's tiresome to see Sakura squander her screen time reminiscing about characters who have already received more than enough focus."
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Punch Line ‒ Episode 3

"Punch Line will never be as weird as last year's World Conquest Zvezda Plot, but it certainly isn't for lack of effort."
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My Love Story!! ‒ Episode 3

"It's a fresh, invigorating take on its genre, one that really shows a willingness to try new things."
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House of 1000 Manga - Kakukaku Shikajika

If you were ever curious what life was like for the woman who created Princess Jellyfish, Jason has the manga for you. ― Kakukaku Shikajika “I want to go back in time and beat up that moron.” —Akiko Higashimura, and many other artists, talking about their younger self Few artists “live the dream” of becoming a professional when they're still a teenager. When I was a kid I dreamed of being a horror a...
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She, The Ultimate Weapon DVD

Rising from the dusty wastes of 2002, the grim embodiment of tragedy porn known as Saikano has returned to DVD. Run for your lives. ― In television writing there's an old adage about manipulating the emotions of your audience; there are various permutations on it, but the most common one is known as “kicking the puppy”. This refers to a hypothetical situation in which a writer, desperate to wring som...
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Wish Upon the Pleiades ‒ Episode 3

"Wish Upon the Pleiades took several steps forward this week, but it also took some huge steps back."
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Gintama ‒ Episode 268

"While this episode does a fair job of amusing loyal viewers, it offers little in the way of originality."
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Kyōkai no Rinne ‒ Episode 3

"While Rinne and Sakura continue to traverse the worlds of the living and the dead, other elements of the plot that inhabit these liminal spaces become more pronounced."
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The X Button - Zest for Life

This week: part two of Global Gamers Day with Godzilla, Tales, and manga stars! Plus Amnesia: Memories, Tokyo Xanadu, and your chance to pick your GameArts favorites! ― GameArts doesn't make much noise these days. GungHo Online Entertainment took over the company years ago, and they seldom bring up the Lunar games, the Grandia series, Thexder, GunGriffon, or any GameArts series other than Ragnarok O...
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Sound! Euphonium ‒ Episode 3

"Unless the band can pull together, there will be no concert appearances for them."
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past GN

Straight from your childhood and the pages of Nintendo Power, Manga great Shotaro Ishinomori puts his own spin on the classic Nintendo game. ― Link, that pantsless elven hero of many a video game, is back from the dead pages of Nintendo Power Magazine! For fans of the Nintendo franchise The Legend of Zelda who were either not subscribing to the Nintendo Power Magazine in 1992 or are not familiar with...
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Mikagura School Suite ‒ Episode 3

"A series like this is like a shark: it needs to keep moving if it wants to stay alive."
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Interview: Jon Dobyns, Founder of Tiger Lab Vinyl

These guys are releasing the soundtrack to Yoshiaki Kawajiri's classic horror flick Wicked City on vinyl. We sat down to ask them why. ― Tiger Lab Vinyl recently announced that they'd be releasing the soundtrack to the classic Yoshiaki Kawajiri horror anime Wicked City on limited edition vinyl. They're the first record label to release classic anime soundtracks on the resurging format, and we sat dow...
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Anime Spotlight - Wish upon the Pleiades

A story about hope that travels through space and time. ― Wish upon the Pleiades Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins April 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Shoji Saeki (FLCL (OVA), Medaka Box Abnormal) Character Design: Mai Otsuka ( Astarotte's Toy, Hanamaru Kindergarden) ↑ Top Story Subaru is a junior high student that loves the stars. One day, aft...
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When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace Episodes 1-12 Streaming

Trigger's chuuni-drenched follow-up to Kill la Kill struggles to get out of that hit show's long shadow. ― When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace is many things. Firstly, it's a light novel adaptation, as its lengthy title might indicate. It has the familiar marks of the genre: chuunibiyou characters with insights into how they tick, goofy school antics and a harem for the main male chuuni. Yet...
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Tales Of The Industry - The Mecha Saw Combat

A harrowing story of survival, police, danger, high speeds and car wrecks involving a giant mecha, playing out in real life the streets of Los Angeles! ― Welcome to “Tales of the Industry,” a column where we will share stories from real working professionals in the anime business. This week, we have another anonymous tale contributed by a current or former members of the industry, with details chang...
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Anime Spotlight - Utano☆Princesama Revolutions

ST☆RISH and QUARTET NIGHT will put it all on the line for a chance to perform at the international sports festival! ― Utano☆Princesama Revolutions Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins April 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Makoto Hoshino (Uta no Prince-sama 2000% episode director (eps.1,7,12), Sword Art Online episode director (eps. 7,20)) Series Com...
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Anime Spotlight - Hello!! KINMOZA

Alice Cartlet, Shinobu Omiya and friends are back for another season of high school comedy fun! ― Hello!! KINMOZA Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins April 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Tensho (The Fruit of Grisaia ) Series Composition: Yuniko Ayana (Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl, Locodol) ↑ Top Story Alice Cartelet, 16 years old. A Briti...
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Heroic Legend of Arslan ‒ Episode 3

"Arslan is obviously concerned with bigger ideas than the average fantasy-adventure anime."
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Tokyo Ravens BD+DVD part 1

It's an anime series involving magic teenagers at a magic school for magic people! Theron Martin investigates to find out what makes this one stand out. ― When Tokyo Ravens debuted in the Fall 2013 TV season, its adaptation of the eponymous light novel series failed to impress me with its first episode, and that does not change much on a repeat view. Indeed, the first episode is arguably the weakest ...
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Shelf Life - False Hopes

Lots of new releases this week. Plus, love triangles, angsty romances, and more:
- A Certain Scientific Railgun s1
- Looking Up At The Half-Moon
- Nisekoi v3
― Jump to this week's reviews: Looking Up At the Half-MoonA Certain Magical Railgun season 1Nisekoi volume 3. On Shelves This Week Devil Survivor 2: The Animation - Complete Collection Sentai - 325 min - Hyb - MSRP $69.98Currently cheapest at: ...
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Show By Rock!! ‒ Episode 3

"Just like the first two episodes, this week's installment bites off a little more than it can chew."
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Anime Spotlight - Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma

Soma Yukihira is ready to take his culinary battle skills to the next level! ― Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins April 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Yoshitomo Yonetani (Brigadoon, Ghastly Prince Enma Burning Up ) Series Composition: Shogo Yasukawa (Terraformars, Invaders of the Rokujyoma!?) Character Design: Tomoyuk...
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Anime Spotlight - Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Adventure, wealth, and maybe a new girlfriend? Let the dungeon crawl begin! ― Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Visit the Official Site › Story Characters Trailer Cast & Staff Gallery Broadcast Begins April 2015 (JST) Key Staff Director: Yoshinobu Yamakawa (Little Busters!, Kill Me Baby) Series Composition: Hideki Shirane (Date A Live, Aria the Scarlet Ammo) Theme Song Performance (O...

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