Views - August 2009
- Review: Ristorante Paradiso Episodes 1-11 Streaming ()
- Shelf Life - Bubble Teatrino ()
- Review: Gundam 00 DVD Season 1 Part 1 ()
- The Gallery - Emily Warren ()
- Review: St. Dragon Girl GN 2-4 ()
- ANNCast - Bricken the House ()
- Hey, Answerman! - I'm Sorry I Wasn't Here Last Week Edition ()
- Review: Yokai Doctor GN 2 ()
- Buried Treasure - One Pound Gospel ()
- Interview: Toshiyuki Morikawa, voice of D.Gray-man's Tyki Mikk ()
- The X Button - The Ninja's Share ()
- Chicks On Anime - Shoujo Fans in Fandom ()
- Review: Hayate the Combat Butler Sub.DVD Part 1 ()
- Review: Genius Party ()
- Shelf Life - Mushiroom Cloud ()
- Review: Moribito DVD 4 ()
- Eureka Seven (all 50 episodes) Now Streaming! ()
- Astro Toy With Rob Bricken: Taito Cutie Honey ()
- Review: Black Lagoon GN 7 ()
- The Gallery - Peter Chan ()
- Review: Madlax DVD Complete Collection ()
- ANNCast - Sheh's All That ()
- Interview: Riichiro Inagaki & Yusuke Murata, Creators of Eyeshield 21 ()
- Anime News Nina! - 2009-08-19 ()
- The X Button - New Day Rising ()
- Review: Skip Beat! GN 17 ()
- "New People" Grand Opening in SF ()
- RIGHT TURN ONLY!! - Dogs: Barking and Chewing ()
- Review: Gantz GN 4-5 ()
- Review: xxxHolic DVD Box Set (Hyb) DVD ()
- The Gallery - Noa Ikeda ()
- Hey, Answerman! ()
- ANNCast - Ponyo Off a Cliff ()
- Cracked Plastic - Revoltech: Evangelion 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance ()
- Buried Treasure - Boys over Flowers (Hana Yori Dango) ()
- Review: Jyu-Oh-Sei GN 1-3 ()
- Review: Ōoku: The Inner Chamber GN 1 ()
- Anime News Nina! - 2009-08-12 ()
- The X Button - Limited Match ()
- Chicks On Anime - The Artist Alley (Part 2) ()
- Review: Daphne in the Brilliant Blue DVD Collection 1 ()
- Review: Romeo x Juliet DVD: Juliet Collection ()
- Shelf Life - Chi's Puffs ()
- Review: Baccano! DVD 4 ()
- Astro Toy with Rob Bricken - Play Arts Reimi ()
- Review: Sand Chronicles GN 6 ()
- The Gallery - Amy Reeder Hadley ()
- ANNCast - Test Episode ()
- Hey, Answerman! ()
- Review: Kaze No Stigma DVD ()
- Nostalgia - The Second Lesson ()
- Review: Phantom Episodes 1-13 Streaming ()
- Review: Baby & Me GN 14 ()
- The X Button - Guilty Motivation ()
- Anime News Nina! - 2009-08-05 ()
- Review: Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium OVA Collection DVD ()
- Review: Iria - The Complete Series ()
- ANNtv - Otakon '09 Cosplay Fun Reel (part 2) ()
- Review: Naruto Box Set 13 DVD ()
- Shelf Life - Band of Brothers ()
- RIGHT TURN ONLY!! - The Rokuro Okajima Raising Project ()
- Review: Fullmetal Alchemist GN 19 ()
- Review: Vampire Knight GN 7 ()
- Astro Toy with Rob Bricken - Queen's Blade Nanael ()
- The Gallery - Dan Howard ()
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Corpse Party's conclusion diverges more from the game than ever before, but disappoints as a horror story. Rebecca Silverman explains what went wrong. ― These volumes, according to creators Toshimi Shinomiya and Makoto Kedouin, are where the manga adaptation of Corpse Party: Blood Covered really diverges from its game original. By this point the cast is most cut back down to its first game characters...
Recovery of an MMO Junkie has been a wild ride, but it's finally time for Moriko and Sakurai to start a new chapter together. We speculate on the next horizon for this nerdy couple. ― Recovery of an MMO Junkie has been a wild ride, but it's finally time for Moriko and Sakurai to start a new chapter together. This week in anime, Michelle and Steve speculate what lies on the horizon for this nerdy coup...
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Magical girls get a military makeover in this dark take on the genre. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― What do you think has been lacking from dark magical girl reboots? If you said “big ass guns and crippling PTSD,” then Magical Girl Special Ops Asuka might be the series for you! While the concept of the dark magical girl story is hardly new – those who remember the final moments of the last Nur...
The C3 Anime Festival Asia Singapore holds the crown as the biggest anime festival in Asia outside of Japan. The con celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, and was attended by over 96,000 people. This year's events featured no major changes from the previous ones, but why fix what isn't broken? Notably, 2017's guest lineup included the main staff of Violet Evergarden, which was part of the con...
We frequently hear about how in Western animation, performances are often taped before animation really starts - but the opposite is apparently true in Japan. Justin gets into it. ― James asked: Some time ago, you stated that one of the major differences between western animation and Japanese animation is that, in western animation, all dialogue is recorded first, and then the animation is done to m...
Paul gets into the recent film remake of this gearhead classic, along with all this week's new anime releases! ― I really liked the ending of Recovery of an MMO Junkie this week, but now I'm starting to realize that the early finale means I'll have to get through the rest of the season without it. You know a series is good when the thought of not having new episodes to watch makes you feel a little ...
One of the most beloved shojo anime of all time comes to Blu-ray in this "sweet sixteen" special edition set! Rebecca Silverman looks back on how this heartwarming classic has held up sixteen years later. ― Back when it was first released, Fruits Basket, based on the manga of the same name by Natsuki Takaya, was a sensation. Combining elements of fantasy, slice-of-life, and reverse harem romance come...
Mike devours a few episodes of the genre-smashing French action cartoon Lastman and wonders - is this anime? ― Earlier this year I was at the Crunchyroll Expo, where I hosted a bunch of discussion panels and presented a couple of my own. The homogenous look and omnipresent Crunchyroll branding took some getting used to, but it was ultimately an energetic and well-run show, a deft mix of the stuff I l...
My Monster Secret’s sixth volume maintains its madcap romcom appeal in spite of some predictably glacial pacing. Nick Creamer has the details. ― At last, it's time for action. As My Monster Secret's sixth volume opens, our hero Asahi reiterates his determination to actually confess to his vampiric classmate Shiragami. Having been spurred into action by the courage of his childhood friend Mikan, he's ...