Anime

US trailer for Ghost in the Shell movie released

IGN has released the US trailer for the upcoming Ghost in the Shell movie. It’s the same trailer as the Japanese trailer but of course with English dub. At least

Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki returns after 10 years

After a good 10 years, just this Friday, a new website popped up for an all-new Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki Dai-4-Ki (Season 4) project! A special event will also take

Boruto: Naruto the Movie review

Spoilers of the main NARUTO storyline exists in this review. You have been warned. When I first heard about the announcement of BORUTO: NARUTO the movie, a cloud of dread

Naruto cosplayers invade New York Comic Con

October 10th was a big day at New York Comic Con as Naruto fans gathered to complete in cosplay to celebrate both the birthday of the series’ main character, Naruto

Move over, James Cameron, Robert Rodriguez to direct Battle Angel Alita movie

James Cameron was supposed to direct a live-action Battle Angel Alita movie, but since he’s busy with the Avatar films, the project was put in hiatus. Now we have 20th

Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo arrives on Blu-ray and DVD February 2016

After almost a 2 year wait, Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo is finally arriving on Blu-ray and DVD in North America on February 2nd, 2016. Funimation announced the release during its

Hercule goes Super Saiyan in Dragon Ball Super?!

Mr. Satan, or Hercule for those who watched the English dubs on Cartoon Network, has always been a comedic character. The so-called “Savior of the Universe” has been a long-running gag

High Speed! –Free! Starting Days- opens December 5

Film adaptation of the light novel High Speed! titled High Speed! –Free! Starting Days- will open on December 5th this year! The novel was originally adapted into the infamous TV

Durarara!!×2 Shō Volume 1 review – Return to Ikebukuro

It’s not unusual for anime series to release a sequel a few years after the original ended, but for Durarara!!×2 Shō, it felt like an eternity. Durarara!! aired back in

Haikyuu!! season 2 now available

Season 2 of Haikyuu!! is here! With the first episode just premiered this past Saturday, Oct 3rd, get ready for an exciting new season of your favorite volleyball anime. You

Attack on Titan school spinoff now available

For fans of Attack on Titan, we’re all familiar with Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and all the characters in the series desperately battling for their lives in a post-apocalyptic world where

Magi: Sinbad no Bouken gets new TV anime adaptation

Last Wednesday, the official website for Magi: Sinbad no Bouken (Magi: Adventure of Sinbad) announced a TV anime adaptation release for the series! The anime is scheduled to air on

FUNimation announces plans to release Evangelion 3.33 in 2016

FUNimation recently announced plans to release Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo for home video in early 2016. Last year, FUNimation had announced that it was working with Studio Khara,

Samurai Champloo’s anime studio Manglobe files for bankruptcy

Making anime is a tough business: the budgets are low, wages are thin, and turnarounds are often tight. Manglobe, known for hits like Samurai Champloo, has filed for bankruptcy on September

Persona 4 the Golden ANIMATION Volume 2 (review)

If you’ve played the original Persona 4 video game for PlayStation 2 or watched the original Persona 4: The Animation, then you should be pretty familiar with the story of

Nerd Reactor at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2015

Written by Kaung Set/Photography by Stephanie Monica Anime Weekend Atlanta, or AWA as the locals call it, holds a special place in my heart. It was the first convention I

Nat Wolff to star in live-action Death Note as Light Yagami character

Death Note started out as a manga, and it has been adapted as a live-action Japanese movie series and an anime series. The live-action US version is currently in the

Sword Art Online II Set 2 Limited Edition review

Kirito has learned that the man known as Death Gun is also a survivor of Sword Art Online, and worst of all, he was a member of a guild of

Former Ghibli artist sets out to make his own film

Another Studio Ghibli?! Well, not quite. But it’s close enough and I don’t know about you but I’ll take it! Although Ghibli is on a hiatus for now, some of

Yo-kai Watch ready to invade Disney XD next month

Yo-kai Watch has seen a lot of success in Japan back in 2013, and the video game and anime series finally arrive in North America starting next month. The series, developed