It might be surprising how similar Disney movies and some anime are. From storytelling to character designs and hidden meanings, there are some anime series that would make great Disney movies. All it takes is a little magic. RELATED: 10 Anime Villains Who Would Be Perfect Disney Villains But like
Too much anime don’t get proper sequels or endings, with most shows essentially ending on a “read the manga” note. However, sometimes the stars align and the anime gods deem the world worthy of receiving something more, and sometimes those gifts make their way to theaters. It’s a good day
Most of the spinoffs, sequels, and reboots that have become de rigueur in modern pop culture have failed to stand out as anything other than nostalgia capitalizations. Star Wars: Visions, on the other hand, blows all expectations out of the water. The new series, a collection of nine animated shorts
Crunchyroll, the global anime brand, today announces nearly 30 series as part of the upcoming anime season, including End Platinum, Crunchyroll and Adult Swim original series Blade Runner: Black Lotus, SAKUGAN and the Crunchyroll Original series Elevated Guardian Spice – plus returning favorites and two short films joining the Crunchyroll
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The 2000s were a spectacular decade for anime. One of the highlights of this era was the creation of the three great Shonen titles. These shows have brought many newcomers to the anime community. However, the 2000s weren’t dominated by action anime alone. Many genres of anime have proliferated with
[Editor’s Note: The following review is based on all nine episodes of “Star Wars: Visions” and contains spoilers for Episode 1.] “Star Wars: Visions”Is one of, otherwise the the best, titles – television, movie or whatever – to come out of the era of the sci-fi franchise under Disney ownership.
ADA Ninjaz NFT is a collection of randomly generated 2D avatars. The designs are inspired by the popular artistic style of the Seinen anime, combining attributes of the traditional ninja lore with modern sartorial tricks. The story will focus on a raging war between 3 individual clans (more details to