While a good story is always important for a movie or show to be truly outstanding, fight scenes are often the essential ingredient needed to keep viewers entertained. A fight scene can draw in its audience with immaculate animation and choreography, emotional voice acting, or generally cool aesthetics. RELATED: 10Read 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 →

Ideally, an anime (or any form of serialized storytelling, for that matter) would be a standalone experience that gives audiences everything they need in one concise package. This isn’t the case with all anime, as some are so filled with world-building arcs and individual characters that the plot slips awayRead 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 →

Based on BOOM! Studios comic with the creator Keanu Reeves voice role There “Keanu Reeves‘ BRZRKR: The Immortal Saga Continues” panel at San Diego International Comic-Con announced Friday that Production GI produced the previously teased BRZRKR animated series. The panel also announced that the staff is planning two seasons. netflixRead 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 →

Dialogue is one of the most important yet overlooked aspects of anime, as it is often overshadowed by energetic animation and explosive soundtracks. Without good dialogue, the anime simply wouldn’t be as entertaining and impactful as it is. After all, the dialogue is what literally tells the story and definesRead More →

A codified to an extremely popular manga and anime series, Fruits Basket: Prelude moves away from the supernatural elements of its previous iterations while aiming to retain their emotional lyricism. The first half hour of this “prelude” functions as a recap of the series; this lengthy prologue looks back atRead 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 →

Studio Ghibli paved the way for animated films. From appetizing food and ASMR cuisine to cathartic displays of complex emotions and feelings, animated movies have it all. Anime films have unique concepts and related characters that provide audiences with an immersive experience. RELATED: 10 Overrated Sad Anime That Are StillRead 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 →

Anime is one of the most dominant forms of entertainment in the world, with legions of fans hosting conventions, online discussion 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 →

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 →

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 →

This new anime series “Spriggan” fails to achieve its goal. netflix One of the most popular manga of the late 80s was that of Spriggan. Chronicle of the life of an incumbent Agent Spriggan in its task of sealing off ancient technology, it’s spawned an animated movie and now aRead More →

Anime can be quite inspiring and uplifting when viewers need it most. While most would expect the medium to be filled with nothing but overpowered characters, constant battles, and even gripping social commentary, there are plenty of lighthearted series to enjoy. RELATED: 10 Anime That Deserved A Happy Ending AnimeRead More →

Accomplished art director and writer Michael Chasteen, launched Project Kaito, a non-fungible token (NFT) project, featuring anime series, with the ultimate goal of ending world hunger and giving hope to the hopeless. NFTs are undoubtedly having a moment. They are the new form of art investment with NFT art creatorsRead More →

The anime community really spoils us with lots of great anime shows every month. Before fans can stick a fork in a show they’ve started watching, news arrives, promising even greater content. July does not break the long-standing custom and swears anime fans to bring the greatest anime shows thanRead More →

Last weekend marked the debut of Hiroshi Takashige and Ryoji Minagawa’s new Netflix anime adaptation Spriggan manga, which is produced by JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure studio david production and directed by Hiroshi Kobayashi. To celebrate the debut, Milan Records released the Spriggan Soundtrackwith 37 tracks produced, arranged and composed by TaiseiRead More →

Anime’s cutest outlaw finally makes a return. It has been a few years since the Trigun franchise had its last installment with the anime feature, Trigun: Badlands Rumble in 2010. Now, twelve years later, the cult-classic anime returns for another series, Stampede Trigunscheduled for release in 2023. Recently announced forRead More →

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CTW Inc. is the Japanese operator of the leading HTML5 gaming platform G123. We are delighted to announce that we have released our new game: My Isekai Life: Strongest Sage Online! Its official release date being June 20, 2022. Play the game here! https://s.g123.jp/1n7ukloy Latest News here! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tenseikenja_enRead More →

Anime series differ not only in genre, theme, and demographics, but also in length, ranging from standalone shorts to massive epics with thousands of episodes. And while many fans enthusiastically engage in endless, long-running battle shonen, following the adventures of their favorite heroes for decades, short anime is, by far,Read More →

Romance anime aren’t hard to find, but series featuring LGBTQ relationships can be harder to find. Of course, that doesn’t mean they aren’t there. If you’re looking for romantic anime with LGBTQ representation, these 10 are perfect for watching this Pride month – or any time for that matter! “SasakiRead More →

Animated films offer great opportunities for stories that have a smaller scope, more impactful plots, or a faster pace. Sometimes these films are shorter than the average modern film and can be 100-20 minutes long. With such short run times, audiences can expect an alert and assertive pace. They probablyRead More →

This episode of Extra Punctuation is brought to you by Buyee, a service that makes it easy and inexpensive to buy all goods and merchandise directly from Japan. Use our link to get ¥2,000 off your first purchase at Buyee: https://bit.ly/buyee-TheEscapist This week on Extra Punctuation, Yahtzee discusses which animeRead More →

Anime games are one of the most popular games you can play on the Roblox platform. Every type of anime you can think of is covered – from Naruto and One Piece to Demon Slayer and Attack On Titan. We’ve put together a list of the best anime games availableRead More →

A sure sign of the quality of a dramatic anime is its ability to bring its audience to tears, or at least leave them emotionally devastated. However, some anime make people cry too well for viewers to refuse to watch them again. RELATED: 10 Sad Anime Every Anime Fan ShouldRead More →

CD Projekt Red has announced that its new anime series, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, will premiere on Netflix in September. Revealed as part of Netflix’s Geeked Week, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is an upcoming anime set in the world of CD Projekt Red’s latest RPG Cyberpunk 2077. The show will be a 10-episode standaloneRead More →

“Cyberpunk: Edgerunners” comes out in September. netflix It’s been a while since we heard anything about Cyberpunk 2077 anime spin-off, but the last edge runners the trailer really looks quite promising. First of all, the studio and the team behind this anime aren’t exactly trivial people. studio trigger already hasRead More →