Views - March 2015
- The Set List - Top 10 OPs of 2004 ()
- Review: Outbreak Company Blu-Ray ()
- Shelf Life - A Gluten For Punishment ()
- Review: Sailor Moon BD+DVD Part Two ()
- Review: Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma GN 5 ()
- The List - 7 Manga for Monster Girl Lovers ()
- Answerman - Endlessly Searching ()
- Review: Your Lie in April Episodes 1-22 Streaming ()
- Review: Log Horizon GN 1 ()
- ANNCast - Encyclopedia Brits-Ani-ca ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Bakuman. ()
- Review: The Anime Encyclopedia Third Revised Edition ()
- The X Button - Havoc Heart ()
- Review: Bleach DVD 24 ()
- Let's Go To Tokyo: Days Five & Six ()
- Tales Of The Industry - Less Fanboying Is More ()
- Shelf Life - Spirits Away ()
- Review: Rage of Bahamut: Genesis Episodes 1-12 Streaming ()
- Let's Go To Tokyo: Day Four ()
- Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2 ()
- The Mike Toole Show - Damn Yankiis ()
- Review: From the New World GN 7 ()
- Review: Umineko When They Cry Episode 4: Alliance of the Golden Witch Volume 3 GN 9 ()
- AnimeJapan 2015 - Part 1 ()
- The List - 7 Things You Might Not Know About Hideaki Anno ()
- Review: Coppelion Complete Series BD+DVD ()
- ANNCast - Semicolon Science Spectacular ()
- Let's Go To Tokyo: Day Three ()
- Answerman - Shame And Atonement ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Vinland Saga ()
- Let's Go To Tokyo: Day Two ()
- Review: Koimonogatari Sub.Blu-Ray 5 ()
- Review: Nisekoi: False Love Sub.Blu-Ray 2 ()
- The X Button - Vita Signs ()
- Let's Go To Tokyo: Day One ()
- Review: Maria the Virgin Witch GN 1 ()
- Interview: Hiroshi "Bamboo" Takeuchi, OVERDRIVE Producer ()
- The Set List - Top 10 Bleach Theme Songs ()
- Shelf Life - Devil's Advocate ()
- Review: Fairy Tail BD+DVD ()
- The List - 7 Tragically Unlicensed Shojo Anime ()
- ANNCast - Only Human ()
- Answerman - Thawing Out ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Sparkler Monthly ()
- Review: Genshiken: Second Season GN 3 ()
- The X Button - Break Beat ()
- Review: Hide and Seek GN 1 - 3 ()
- Tales Of The Industry - They Shoot Their Hostages, Don't They? ()
- Review: Cat's Eye Sub.DVD ()
- Shelf Life - Between the Lines ()
- Review: Tiger & Bunny: The Rising Blu-Ray ()
- The Mike Toole Show - Cover Story ()
- Review: Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (Episodes 0-12 Streaming) ()
- The List - 6 Greatest School Teachers ()
- Answerman - Japanese School Kids In Cars Getting Coffee ()
- Review: The Garden of Words GN ()
- House of 1000 Manga - Apocalypse Meow ()
- Review: A Certain Magical Index: The Miracle of Endymion BD+DVD ()
- The X Button - Disposable Heroes ()
- Review: Valvrave the Liberator Sub.Blu-Ray ()
- Review: Space Dandy: Season 1 [Limited Edition] BD+DVD ()
- Interview: Kazuyoshi Fukuba, Executive Director of Pony Canyon ()
- The Set List - Top 10 Musical Moments of Cowboy Bebop ()
- Shelf Life - Hellfire and Ice ()
- Review: Eccentric Family Sub.Blu-Ray ()
The director of the international phenomenon known as Fate/Grand Order talks about the last year of incredible success, what the English playerbase has been like, plus some insight from Saber herself, Ayako Kawasumi! ― At nearly every major anime convention these days your eyeballs will be greeted by massive, city-carpeting advertisements for Aniplex's massive Fate/Grand Order mobile game, which laun...
You may not have read any of Morimi's novels yet, but you've probably seen one - and it likely blew your mind! From The Tatami Galaxy to The Eccentric Family, Kim Morrissy celebrates the incredible anime adaptations of one exceptional Japanese novelist. ― If you're a fan of the anime director Masaaki Yuasa, then you've probably come across the novelist Tomihiko Morimi in some form. The Tatami Galaxy ...
Shocking revelations about Isao Takahata's treatment of his staff in Toshio Suzuki's recent book have some fans asking: what are we supposed to think of his films and his legacy now? Justin considers the angles. ― Fartball asked: Isao Takahata was one of my favorite anime directors, and I was heartbroken when he died a few months ago. Now Ghibli's producer Toshio Suzuki is saying Takahata was an awf...
The Promised Neverland runs through a dazzling series of twists and betrayals in its pulse-pounding third volume. Nick Creamer has the details. ― The Promised Neverland hits the ground running in its third volume, opening with new allies Gilda and Don staging a daring and likely ill-advised break-in of Isabella's secret room. Their extremely rash choice leads to both discord within the main group and...
Planet With is the first original anime project written by beloved manga author Satoshi Mizukami, and it's been absurd and exciting from the start to its shocking halfway point cliffhanger. Nick and Jacob try to make sense of this mecha action rollercoaster. ― Planet With is the first original anime project written by beloved manga author Satoshi Mizukami, and it's been absurd and exciting from the s...
World-famous voice actors Bryce Papenbrook and Yuki Kaji get together for a fun chat about one of the roles they share: The Seven Deadly Sins' fearless hero, Meliodas! ― To the excitement of fans, popular series, The Seven Deadly Sins, returns with an upcoming movie on August 18, 2018. As one of top watched anime on Netflix, an upcoming film in August 2018, and a lineup of the biggest names in the in...
This 3DCG anime comedy dripping with 90s arcade lore from classics like Final Fight and Street Fighter II doesn't hit Netflix until December, but we've got all the details from the premiere at Otakon - with comments from the show's producers! ― The Hi Score Girl anime had a long road to production. Originally announced in 2013, the project was sidelined after SNK Playmore filed a criminal complaint a...
The heroes of Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? venture outside Orario for once in this adventurous volume. Theron Martin has the details. ― For all of the great work that writer Fujino Omori has done with the setting of DanMachi, details on any locations beyond Orario and its immediate environs have been woefully limited. Although a couple of short stories in the main series have transpired...
Feast your eyes on another batch of incredible costumes from this weekend's Otakon 2018 in Washington, DC! ― IMG 1.jpg IMG 2.jpg IMG 3.jpg IMG 4.jpg IMG 5.jpg IMG 6.jpg IMG 7.jpg IMG 8.jpg IMG 9.jpg IMG 10.jpg IMG 11.jpg IMG 12.jpg IMG 13.jpg IMG 14.jpg IMG 15.jpg IMG 16.jpg IMG 17.jpg IMG 18.jpg IMG 19.jpg IMG 20.jpg IMG 21.jpg IMG 22.jpg IMG 23.jpg IMG 24.jpg IMG 25.jpg IMG 26.jpg
We've got not one but TWO Dekus! Steel yourself for this super fun chitchat with both the Japanese and English voices of My Hero Academia's Izuku "Deku" Midoriya, the charming and energetic Justin Briner and Daiki Yamashita! ― You probably don't need to be introduced to the phenomenon known as My Hero Academia – the blockbuster superhero manga is not only one of the most popular anime to come along i...
Back in the early 80s, the godfather of Gundam tried his hand at a fantasy-flavored mecha war epic - the result was Aura Battler Dunbine, a dizzying 49-episode Tomino tale finally out on bluray. PLUS: all of this week's new anime bluray and DVD releases! ― I'm finally getting a permanent office (read: cubicle) at my day job, which is a welcome step up from the computer on a table in a hallway I've b...
Oftentimes in the credits of an English dub, you'll see the same name in a couple different slots - maybe director, producer, and also the lead actor. Is the crew invading the booth? Justin explains. ― Tess asked: Looking at the dub credits on various anime, I noticed that a voice actor (who is often a lead) may also be credited as a producer. Because they're a producer on a series' (or an episode's...
With nods to the Eagles' classic "Hotel California" and a healthy dose of strangeness, The Voynich Hotel promises a stay you won't soon forget. Rebecca Silverman has the details. ― Seven Seas' use of a paraphrased line from the Eagles' 1977 song “Hotel California” on the back copy of The Voynich Hotel's first volume really does prepare you for what's going on inside. The song's last line is “You can ...