It’s no surprise that the anime is built around as much action as possible. Originally, as a medium, most shows were aimed at children, and those who grew up with anime became accustomed to the series being action-oriented. Sometimes some anime can have a little too much action, and theseRead More →

It’s summer. It’s time to kick back, relax, and maybe get away from it all for a bit to get away from the tumultuous times we find ourselves in. What better way to escape than in a good anime? After all, the animated medium allows artists to express things thatRead More →

If you watch movies, you’re probably familiar with the wholesome and heartwarming movies from animation studio Studio Ghibli. From the beloved family film My Neighbor Totoro with gravelly and environmental allegory Princess Mononokethere’s a Ghibli movie for everyone. The Japanese production house blasted its way to international fame with filmmakerRead More →

Drama is an important element of any work of fiction, and anime is no exception. The drama keeps viewers on the edge of their seats, clicking on the next episode to find out what’s to come. As with any medium, however, some anime series just have too much drama. RELATED:Read More →

Comedy has its place in anime, even in shows that aren’t focused on humor. It breaks the tensions and allows the spectators to breathe for a moment. Moments of levity through action drama or anime can definitely work. However, there are instances where the comedy is just too much –Read More →

HBO Max’s anime catalog is shrinking yet again. Months after dozens of anime titles left the streaming service, Inuyashathe anime based on the Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi, is set to release from HBO Max in August, two years after joining the streamer’s lineup. The series’Read More →

There are countless genres of movies, and we can argue over which are the best. However, there is something undeniable about stellar movies that fall under the anime category. Cinema, a global affair, has used animation as a gateway to worlds and stories that are essentially inaccessible even with theRead More →

Japan Television Network (NTV) The best animated films of all time Screenshot of a scene from “Princess Mononoke” Touchstone Pictures #25. The Wind Rises (2013) Screenshot of a scene from “The Wind Rises” Japan Television Network (NTV) #24. Porco Rosso (1992) Screenshot of a scene from “Porco Rosso” Fox InternationalRead More →

One of anime’s best charms is that no matter how unrealistic its fictional worlds can be, the characters always seem to be connected. The average viewer probably won’t relate to a shonen hero’s high-stakes battles or a seinen protagonist’s journey through a gritty supernatural world. However, there are still traitsRead More →

Anime is one of the most dominant forms of entertainment in the world, with legions of fans hosting conventions, online chat groups, and other ways to celebrate their dedication to craftsmanship. The characters embed themselves in the hearts of viewers and establish their status in the upper echelon of popRead More →

Anime is one of the most dominant forms of entertainment in the world, with legions of fans hosting conventions, online chat groups, and other ways to celebrate their dedication to craftsmanship. The characters embed themselves in the hearts of viewers and establish their status in the upper echelon of popRead More →

Anime is one of the most dominant forms of entertainment in the world, with legions of fans hosting conventions, online chat groups, and other ways to celebrate their dedication to craftsmanship. The characters embed themselves in the hearts of viewers and establish their status in the upper echelon of popRead More →

Anime is one of the most dominant forms of entertainment in the world, with legions of fans hosting conventions, online chat groups, and other ways to celebrate their dedication to craftsmanship. The characters embed themselves in the hearts of viewers and establish their status in the upper echelon of popRead More →

From Adult Swim and CrunchyRoll, Blade Runner: Black Lotus is a spin-off animated series set in the year 2032 (this is after the original film, but obviously before the sequel directed by Ryan Gosling in 2049). Running for 13 episodes, the show is a polished take on the blade runnerRead More →

Anime-style games are one of the highest-grossing categories on mobile. In 2021, these titles generated $16.97 billion worldwide, according to the latest data.ai report. Key points to remember data.ai estimates that anime games accounted for $1 of every $5 spent on mobile titles last year. In 2021, global gamer spendingRead More →

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Life imitates art with the Puella Magi Madoka Magica credit card, but what’s the price of enormous (buying) power? Although I regret giving away a major plot surprise in the middle of a decade-old anime, in Puella Magi Madoka Magica, things aren’t immensely as they seem. Even though it startsRead More →

2022 has already seen a plethora of fantastic anime. There were a few returning favorites like Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Komi can’t communicate, The Rise of the Shield Heroand The attack of the Titans. But beyond all of this returning anime, there’s also been an array of imaginative newRead More →