Views - July 2003
- Review: FLCL DVD 3 ()
- The Edit List - Big O - Adult Swim, ep. 7 -13 ()
- Review: Blue Submarine #6 Special Edition DVD ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 51 ()
- Letter from the Encyclopedist - My Anime and My Manga ()
- ANN's 5th Birthday ()
- Review: Mahoromatic - Automatic Maiden DVD 3 ()
- Review: Virus Buster Serge DVD ()
- A Midsummer's 2003 Anime Preview Guide ()
- Review: BAOH DVD ()
- Sound Decision - Move it! ()
- Shelf Life - Bandit Bamboo ()
- Answerman: The Cradle of Sarcasm ()
- The Dub Track - Urusei Yatsura: Only You ()
- From the Gallery - Strong Pitch for Boys Be ()
- Review: Crying Freeman DVD 3 ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 50 ()
- Review: Joan ()
- Review: Casshan DVD ()
- Review: Inu Yasha DVD 7 ()
- From the Gallery - The Fine Art of DVD Recalls ()
- Review: Gokudo DVD 1 ()
- Sound Decision - Music Pirates of the Caribbean (and Beyond) ()
- Review: RahXephon DVD 2 ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 49 ()
- Shelf Life - Pretzels and NSVs ()
- Ms. Answerman: Pirates of the Internet ()
- Review: Raijin Graphic Novels ()
- The Edit List - Blue Gender Introduction ()
- The Edit List - Big O - Adult Swim, ep. 1 - 6 ()
- Old School - Silent Mobius - Movie ()
- Mike Tatsugawa PMX Interview ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 48 ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 47 ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin 45 & 46 ()
- Review: King of Bandit Jing DVD 1 ()
- Shelf Life - Onegai Bamboo ()
- Review: Scryed DVD 1 ()
- Sound Decision - Listen: ()
- From the Gallery - Them Funny Ratings ()
- Answerman: The Prince of Darkness ()
- Review: Gatekeepers 21 DVD 1 ()
- Review: Read or Die DVD ()
- Review: Voices of a Distant Star DVD ()
- Review: Fruits Basket DVD 3 ()
- Tankobon Tower - A New Beginning ()
- Interview: Justin Leach ()
- Review: Kikaider DVD 1 ()
- The Edit List - FLCL Introduction ()
- The Edit List - Rurouni Kenshin - ep. 43 & 44 ()
- Review: Full Metal Panic! DVD 1 ()
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Looking for the perfect way to express your otaku side no matter where you go? Our guide to the best anime fashion and accessories of the season will get you there! ―
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The first arc of Sword Oratoria that provided the season finale for its anime adaptation comes to a close. Theron Martin compares these two versions for any juicy details that may have gotten left out. ― Despite leaving out a few details here and there, the DanMachi anime series was largely a faithful and excellent adaptation of the source novels. The anime version of Sword Oratoria was a far less im...
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Our 2017 Holiday Gift Guide begins with an enormous gilded mountain of 2017's biggest and brightest DVD and bluray anime releases! ―
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Our correspondent saw the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie during its world premiere at Anime NYC this weekend - here's her full report, plus comments from the director! ― The live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie, directed by Fumihiko Sori, made its world premiere at the Tokyo International Film Festival on October 25 and will open in Japan on December 1. Luckily for us, the movie made a specia...
Gabriella revisits the anime adaptation of this hit JRPG to see if it's worth watching on its own merits, while Paul runs down all this week's new releases along with a new king-sized Shelf Obsessed! ― Since in-game purchases seem to be a hot topic in the video game world these days, I figured I'd offer up a potentially obvious piece of advice as someone who's bought and collected all kinds of junk ...
Erina's evolution comes to a head as Soma battles Tsukasa in this exciting volume. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― Ever since Erina's father Azami Nakiri returned to Totsuki in an orchestrated semi-hostile takeover, the school has been in an uproar. Not only is he trying to remake Japan's culinary world in his own image, but he's also dedicated himself to stamping out what he sees as unnecessary...
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