Tag "Anime"

Sword Art Online live-action series nabs 2001’s Tomb Raider movie writers as showrunners

Sup, weebs. Probably not the news you were hoping to hear, but Skydance Television has just announced that they have attached Patrick Massett and John Zinman to their upcoming live-action adaptation of the

J.J. Abrams to produce live-action adaption of anime ‘Your Name’

Last year, Your Name was the biggest anime feature film to come out of Japan to date. The film shattered box-office records, becoming the highest-grossing anime worldwide, a record that was

MMA fighter says anime fans are ‘losers’ and that he’ll take all their waifus

Andrew Tate is not necessarily a household name, but the former kickboxing champion recently gained a lot of attention after he posted a tweet aimed at anime fans. The MMA fighter

Casper Van Dien and filmmakers on Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars

During San Diego Comic-Con 2017, Nerd Reactor was fortunate enough to sit with the team from Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars. Johnny Rico actor Casper Van Dien and writer Ed Neumeier, who

Massive mess at Anime Expo 2017 shows need for change

It’s amazing to think that Anime Expo first began in 1992. That’s right. Over the last 25 years, the convention has been growing each and every year. When the first

Anime Expo 2017: SPJA apologizes for Day 1 ‘LineCon’

Long lines are present in any large anime or comic book convention, and Anime Expo (AX) is no different. But on Day 1 of Anime Expo 2017 last week in

AX 2017: 10 reasons to attend

Anime Expo, otherwise known as AX, comes to the Los Angeles Convention Center this weekend. The event officially runs from July 1 to 4. For many anime fans and con-goers,

FanimeCon 2017: Small tips to remember

FanimeCon falls upon the San Jose Convention Center once again this week from May 26-29. For many attending, this will be another year in a familiar place with friends. Others

Happy anniversary, Grave of the Fireflies!

There have been so many different types of Japanese animation series throughout the decades. However, every once in a while there is an anime that everyone watches that tugs at

Watch the entire series of ‘Samurai Champloo’ for FREE on YouTube

Hot off the legendary anime, Cowboy Bebop, director Shinichirō Watanabe would find success again in Samurai Champloo’s 26 episodes. The series would also become synonymous with its iconic soundtrack provided by

Netflix adds One Punch Man to its Japanese anime list

If you’re a fan of Japanese animation, then you’re in for a treat! Although, I would assume that if you’re a Japanese animation fan, you’d already have watched the series One

Top 5 terrible live-action anime movies

I’ve grown up watching anime for quite some time now, and it looks like we’re in the era where they’re finally starting to be acknowledged properly and turned into decent

Blade of the Immortal live-action teaser trailer

Blade of the Immortal is a popular Japanese manga that follows the life of a samurai named Manji. In his quest for redemption of sins committed in a previous life,

Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale- tickets on sale

Aniplex of America announced that tickets for the upcoming nationwide theatrical release of Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale- will be on sale starting January 6, 2017. Oridinal Scale is set

Pokemon Moon (Nintendo 3DS Review)

It has been 20 years since Pokémon has been introduced to us. And during that time it has evolved from card game to TV, toys, apparel, video game, and more. This

Anime character designer Masayoshi Tanaka on ‘Your Name’ and working with Shinkai (interview)

During AkibaFest last month, we were lucky to sit down with the renowned anime character designer and animator Masayoshi Tanaka. The round table interview was conducted between three outlets: Nerd

Dou kyu sei ‘Classmates’ (Blu-ray review)

Doukyusei, also known as Classmates, is a film adaptation of the first “boys’ love” manga by author Asumiko Nakamura. It follows Licht Sajo and Hikaru Kusakabe, two male high school

Aniplex of America launches AkibaFest website

Back at Anime Expo 2016, Aniplex of America revealed that it would be holding a special two-day event known as AkibaFest. The goal of AkibaFest is to bring the spirit

Anime Expo 2016: Interview with singer LIA

Anime opening and ending music often become a major selling point to an anime’s popularity. These anisons (short for anime songs) have been a staple since the beginning of the

Anime Expo 2017 tickets are up and so are the prices

With Anime Expo just finished over the Fourth of July weekend, it is already hard at work for next year. It has posted the prices for next year’s event. Check out the