Posts From NR Team

Crunchyroll Expo’s diverse guests of honor

By Keira Truong Crunchyroll Expo is rolling in with a wide variety of featured guests! From guests of honor to creators and animators, cosplayers and voice actors, and even people of

Change in cast announced for Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Season 3

By Keira Truong Season 3 of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma will premiere this coming Fall season. And luckily for fans, most of the Japanese cast remains the same. However,

Updated cast list for The Ancient Magus’ Bride

By Keira Truong Three more voice actors have been announced for the anticipated new anime The Ancient Magus’ Bride. Prolific voice actor Daisuke Namikawa (Ulquiorra from Bleach, Oikawa Tooru from

Your Name café travel bus heading to Japan for a limited time

By Keira Truong For fans of Makoto Shinkai’s film, Your Name, a café travel bus will run in Tokyo for a limited time from August 3rd to September 29th in

SDCC 2017: PSYCH comes back with a love letter to fans

By: Esther Kim Three years after their series finale, USA Network’s Psych has officially returned with a holiday movie! The beloved cast reunited at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday to

Miyu Irino at Anime Expo 2017 – Panel with transcript

By Keira Truong Miyu Irino has had a prolific career as a voice actor and singer. From older roles like Sora (Kingdom Hearts) and Syaoran Li (Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle) to

Bringing Zorn to life musically with composer Leo Birenberg (interview)

By Dan Moore Premiering last fall on FOX, Son of Zorn made a splash from the initial first trailer that was released, as no other current shows have blended both

Anisong Matsuri Super Live at Anime Expo 2017

By Keira Truong Anisong Matsuri brought back another great lineup at AnimeExpo 2017 this year! Featured artists were Konomi Suzuki, Mashiro Ayano, GARNiDELiA, ALI PROJECT, Minori Chihara, and angela. Recap

Magi The Labyrinth of Magic & The Kingdom of Magic Complete Box Set review

By Keira Troung Loosely based on One Thousand and One Nights (aka Arabian Nights), Magi blends fantasy, action, and mystery to create a unique storyline and a variety of solidly

Matthew Mercer & Erin Cahill on Resident Evil: Vendetta

Resident Evil: Vendetta is currently available via digital download and will be coming to Blu-ray and DVD on July 18th. We had the chance to chat with Matthew Mercer (Leon

Interview: Composer Michael Bross talks Insomniac’s ‘Edge of Nowhere’

By Dan Moore Composer Michael Bross has become somewhat of a veteran in the video game soundtrack world, scoring such titles as “Return of the Phantom,” “Ripper,” and the “Ratchet &

MomoCon 2017: Overwatch, WWE’s Xavier Woods and a huge gaming floor

By Kaung Set and Stephanie Monica We’ve been attending MomoCon for the past few years now, and MomoCon 2017 had the biggest guests and gaming options to date. Overwatch was

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night Three (3×08-10) recap & review

By Jennifer Lovick SyFy’s 12 Monkeys Season 3 marathon event concluded tonight with the final three episodes. Season 3 came to end more quickly than I would like, but, if anything,

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night Two recap and review: Episode 5 to 7

By Jennifer Kelly Lovick This past weekend we were re-immersed in the 12 Monkeys universe. The series kicked off its first installment of Season 3 with four episodes. Let me

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night One recap and review: The first four episodes

By Jennifer Kelly Lovick Titan – last time we saw the ill-fated time-traveling 12 Monkeys crew together things got a little out of hand. Words were said, punches were thrown,

Composer Michael A. Levine: From Resident Evil 7 to LEGO DC Super Hero Girls

By Dan Moore One of the biggest video games to be released this year has no doubt been Capcom’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Months after the initial release there continues

Season three of 12 Monkeys returns for 3-day special event with more time-twisting, mind-bending thrills

By Jen Lovick In 2015 – our 2015 – SyFy unveiled 12 Monkeys, a new kind of drama rooted in themes from the short film La Jetée, a fifty-year-old tale

Has Red Dead Redemption 2 pushed GTA Online into the backseat?

By Arthur Watson Fans of legendary developer Rockstar Games have been mulling over how the impending launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 will affect the amount of attention being given

Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale review – A very hollow realization

By Frank Hurtado It’s no secret that the Sword Art Online of today is not the Sword Art Online of yesterday. The changes in tone and setting, for better or worse,

BBC America’s Class review tackles alien invasions and high school

By Joshua Kaye When it was first announced that a new spin-off for Doctor Who was announced, it was some pretty exciting news. When it was announced that the show