These anime pizzas featuring Tiger & Bunny look so good you can’t eat them


The Japanese branch of Pizza company, Dominos, is known to have whacky ad campaigns. Earlier in the year, they introduced a smartphone app featuring Hatsune Miku, awkwardly introduced by the president of Dominoes himself. This time, in preparation for the next Tiger and Bunny movie, Tiger & Bunny the Movie … Continue reading

Manga Studio EX5 (review)


Smith Micro released Manga Studio EX5 not too long ago. With an organized interface and various tools, this is an intuitive program for those who already have experience in either Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and/or Corel Painter. Combining key traits from the aforementioned program, Manga Studio EX5 needed someone who … Continue reading

Puella Magi Madoka Magica -Rebellion- Premiere Event + Review


Red Carpet Premiere Event Nerd Reactor was fortunate to attend the Puella Magi Madoka Magica Part 3: Rebellion premiere in Hollywood this week. Anime fans from all over LA came out on a Tuesday night to attend the long awaited sequel. Guest of Honor in attendance was the President of … Continue reading

Cowboy Bebop director to helm new anime series, Space Dandy, coming to Cartoon Network


Funimation has announced that starting January 4th, 11:30 pm ET/PT, Toonami will be adding a brand new anime series, Space Dandy, to their late night anime line up in English. Space Dandy is science fiction comedy series from director Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop) and Studio Bones. The show will start airing … Continue reading

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo playing at select theaters starting January 10th, 2014


Last month we got great news that Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo would be coming to theaters in January. Eleven Arts and Funimation have announced the actual select dates starting January 10th, 2014. The third Evangelion film will be shown in select theaters around the United States and Canada. … Continue reading

Hayao Miyazaki’s last film, The Wind Rises, gets a new trailer

The Wind Rises

For Studio Ghibli fans, it’s hard to believe that The Wind Rises is going to be Hayao Miyazaki’s last film before he retires. He is a pioneer in the anime and animation industry and has influenced many others including John Lasseter (Toy Story, Toy Story 2). The film topped the … Continue reading

Senran Kagura Burst sneaking onto the Nintendo eShop this Thursday


It’s not often we get those over-the-top hilarious anime action games over from Japan, but Senran Kagura Burst takes the cake thanks to XSEED. With 10 playable busty shinobi’s in training who can kick more ass than Mai Shiranui, Senran Kagura Burst lets fans of the series enjoy some fast-paced action with some … Continue reading

‘Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo’ film coming to theaters January 2014


Evangelion fans who have been heavily anticipating the third movie can now rejoice. Funimation has announced that the anime film, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, will be released in select theaters across the U.S. and Canada in January 2014.    Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo is a brand new story that … Continue reading

Naruto Shippuden heads to Adult Swim’s Toonami in January 2014

Remember when the internet was going crazy about Adult Swim’s April Fools’ Toonami joke last year that later turned into the real deal? Well, the benefit of that is that we get some big name animes coming soon. Viz Media has just announced that Naruto Shippuden is heading to Toonami … Continue reading

Stunning ‘Sailor Moon’ fan art

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Although there have been many pieces dedicated to Sailor Moon over the last decade or two, Charlie Bowater from the United Kingdoms has created one of the most stunning renditions of Sailor Moon thus far. Using a strong contrast from darkness, then softening towards light, the detailing of this simple … Continue reading

Forget Ash, Red is the trainer we deserve – Pokémon Origins anime


Pokémon is a very popular video game and anime, but when people think about the main character, Ash is usually the one they think of. Although Ash is considered the face of the trainers, the original protagonist is Red from the first Pokémon Game Boy game, Pokémon Red and Blue back … Continue reading

Newest Madoka Magica Movie Sequel to contract North America theaters this winter


Aniplex USA recently updated the Puella Magi Madoka Magica website with information on the latest movie to be screened in the states. Titled Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie -Rebellion-, the movie is a direct sequel to the television series and last year’s Beginnings and Everlasting movie retellings. Aniplex has confirmed it will … Continue reading

Watch Sword Art Online on Toonami and enter to win a Sony Personal 3D Viewer


My Saturdays usually consist of playing video games and on occasion watching Toonami to watch some dubbed anime, especially Sword Art Online. Now Aniplex is giving you a great reason to get into the MMORPG-style Anime. Sometime during Sword Art Online, a keyword will appear. By entering it at the Aniplex … Continue reading

My Neighbor Totoro to get a novel and picture book for its 25th anniversary


In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro, Viz Media’s Studio Ghibli Library will be releasing the My Neighbor Totoro novel and the full-color film picture book. The books will be out on October 1, 2013. My Neighbor Totoro: The Novel will retail for $17.99, and … Continue reading

STREETSTAR – Cosplay Dance Battle


Across the internet over the last few weeks, several sites have shared the video of a Sailor Moon dance-battling against Wonder Woman. In the event that you have not encountered this video, I’m willing to spread its influence across your Nerd Reactor viewscape! Straight from STREETSTAR in Sweden: StreetStar is … Continue reading

The live-action Space Battleship Yamato film finally heads to North American theaters

Space Battleship Yamato

The live-action Space Battleship Yamato film has been on many anime fans’ list of anticipated movies to watch. It debuted in Japan’s box office as the #1 movie, and so far it has seen limited international releases. Now, the movie is entering North America in higher numbers. Okay, so it’s … Continue reading