Views - April 2002
- Answerman: Concerto ()
- Review: Patlabor TV DVD 1 ()
- Review: X/1999 DVD ()
- Review: Blue Gender DVD 2 ()
- Ima, kore ga hoshiin da! - Tenchi Muyo GXP ()
- Review: Macross TV Boxset ()
- Crest of the Answerman ()
- Review: Adventures of the Mini Goddesses DVD 1 ()
- The Edit List - Pilot Candidate - ep. 9: Doom ()
- Review: Yu Yu Hakusho DVD 2 ()
- Ima, kore ga hoshiin da! - I want it now! ()
- Review: Soul Taker: The Monster Within ()
- Answerman: Quality ()
- The Edit List - Pilot Candidate - ep. 8: Land Battle ()
- The Edit List - Tenchi in Tokyo - ep. 20 to 24 ()
- Review: Maison Ikkoku (manga) ()
- Review: Maison Ikkoku VHS 19 ()
- Review: Maison Ikkoku: Present From The Past ()
- Review: Yu Yu Hakusho DVD 1 ()
- Review: Roujin Z ()
- Answerman Returns: Take II ()
- Review: Saint Seiya TV Season 1 ()
- The Edit List - Gundam 0083 - ep. 7: With Shining Blue Fire ()
- Maison Ikkoku ()
- Review: Yamamoto Yohko, Starship Girl DVD 1-3 ()
- The Edit List - Pilot Candidate - ep. 7: Pro Ing ()
- Review: Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden ()
- The Edit List - Tenchi in Tokyo - ep. 17, 18 & 19 ()
- Review: Miyuki-chan In Wonderland DVD ()
- Review: Hellsing ()
- The Edit List - Gundam 0083 - ep. 6: The Warrior of Von Braun ()
- Review: Rurouni Kenshin OVA Series 2, part 2 ()
- Review: Ayashi no Ceres DVD 8 - Denouement ()
- The Edit List - Pilot Candidate - ep. 6: Combination ()
- Review: Nadia: Secret of Blue Water DVD 5 ()
- Review: Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust ()
- The Edit List - Gundam 0083 - ep. 5: Gundam, To the Sea of Stars ()
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Mike digs into the legendary and idiosyncratic career of Ryousuke Takahashi, from Cyborg 009 to Armored Trooper Votoms to Phoenix. ― A few weeks back, the Right Stuf folks were running some sort of cheap-o blowout sale, and one of the items for sale, along with a still-absurdly-large quantity of Geneon and ADV Films DVD backstock, was this hat. Yep, for just one dollar, you could be the proud owner o...
This adaptation makes great use of its difficult source material to tell a trapped-in-a-game/escape room story worth digging into. Rebecca Silverman explains why. ― If you've played the original game of Ao Oni (“blue demon”) or watched the series of anime shorts, Kenji Kuroda's novelization may come as a surprise. That's not a bad thing, though – Kuroda's reimagining of the source material not only c...
If it weren't for their physical resemblance, you'd never know these troublesome twins were related! This week's list is all about twins who are far more different than alike. ― This week's list is a rerun, but check back next week for a brand new list! Twins remain a topic that entertainment loves to revisit. Genetically identical people are used in horror to highlight fears of lack of individual i...
This manga's take on age gap romance is slightly more self-aware than its peers, delivering an interesting and complex premise. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― At first glance, Takane & Hana looks like any one of a number of vaguely problematic shoujo romances. It features a sixteen-year-old heroine and a twenty-six-year-old hero, an overbearing romantic lead, and a host of power dynamic issues....
Zac and Jacob strap on their butt handles for a fistfight with DARLING in the FRANXX ! PLUS: catching up with The Ancient Magus' Bride and much more! ― ANNCast Episode 321 - Macy's Franxxgiving Day Parade Zac and Jacob strap on their butt handles for a fistfight with Darling in the Franxx! PLUS: casting spells of codependence with The Ancient Magus Bride and much more! You can listen to the show on ...
Fate/Apocrypha's second half rolls to an exhilarating conclusion on Netflix. Kim Morrissy sums up the series' highs and lows as a Fate installment. ― It's unfortunate that the international Netflix release of Fate/Apocrypha was split into two parts. After months of waiting between the first and second cours, the second part of Fate/Apocrypha picks up right where the first part left off, sparing no ti...
There are few anime studios with history as gripping as Studio Gainax, the simultaneously exalted and notorious birthplace of Evangelion. Part I explores their humble roots, and their now-legendary debut! ― There are few stories within anime production that are as exciting as the story of Studio GAINAX. Instead of the typical story of “Mr. Producer used to work at Company X, but he wanted to produce ...
There are some anime released in the US on VHS but never in any other format - are these (and others) worth tracking down? ― Robbie asked: I recently got into collecting records, and I feel like, although it's not as handy as digital music, there's small things about just the act of listening to them that I really enjoy. I wonder, if there's any feeling you get from watching anime the old fashioned ...
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Your favorite shows of the Winter 2018 season battle it out for supremacy on our list of weekly user rankings! ― Our team of reviewers are following 28 anime series of the Winter 2018 season and readers are rating each episode as the reviews go up. So let's have a look at what ANN readers consider the best (and worst) of the season. Keep in mind that these rankings are based on how people rated indi...
Fate/Apocrypha's second half has finally landed on Netflix to thrill fans with more twists, turns, and climactic battles. We discuss if this Great Holy Grail War wrapped up to their satisfaction. ― Fate/Apocrypha's second half has finally landed on Netflix to thrill fans with more twists, turns, and climactic battles. This week in anime, Nick and Steve discuss if this Great Holy Grail War wrapped up ...
While far from the pinnacle of Kyoto Animation's efforts, Phantom World is a fun series that combines fantasy, action, and comedy into an enjoyable ride. Nick Creamer has the details. ― Even from its initial advertising, it was clear that Myriad Colors Phantom World would fall a little outside Kyoto Animation's general slice-of-life/character drama wheelhouse. From its garish color scheme to its loud...
The unkillable musou franchise is back once more! Producer Akihiro Suzuki goes in-depth on the series' legacy and how Dynasty Warriors 9 changes things - plus news and new releases! ― Good lord, it's like a never-ending deluge of news and releases this week! All kinds of big news and important happenings in the business have been dropping lately, to the point where I have to pick and choose carefully...