Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (Japanese: ドラゴンボールＺ 復活の「Ｆ」エフ Hepburn: Doragon Bōru Zetto: Fukkatsu no 'Efu'?) is the nineteenth Japanese animated feature film based on the Dragon Ball series and the fifteenth to carry the Dragon Ball Z branding, released in theaters on April 18, 2015. It is the first ever Japanese film to be screened in IMAX 3D and also received screenings at 4DX theaters. Resu...[Read More]
Have you ever sat down to think, what would my life be if was a dating sim controlled by friends or family? Of course no one has thought something like that at least I hope not. I spent a small time watching the anime titled Date A Live, which at this time has two seasons. […]
Thirty years ago a strange phenomenon called a "spatial quake" devastated the center of Eurasia, claiming the lives of at least 150 million people. Since then, smaller spatial quakes plague the world on an irregular basis. Shido Itsuka, a seemingly ordinary high schooler comes across a mysterious girl at the ground zero of a spatial quake and learns from his sister Kotori she is one of the "Spirit...[Read More]
NIS America is at it again and is proud to announce that the highly praised anime Toradora! will be released on July 1st in the US. What makes this news even more awesome is that it will include an English dub. Most of the time the titles published by NIS America are Japanese dub only […]
It’s not everyday you find a show as interesting as FLCL. Spelled out it’s “Fooly Cooly”. The original anime series was directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki, and written by Yoji Enokido. It was produced by Hiroki Sato and Nishizawa Masatomo. It’s a very short anime with only 6 episodes lasting 23 minutes each.
You may have heard about the 24 hour anime channel “Neon Alley”, now available on gaming consoles. For those who have not, it is an app that you can download for the Xbox 360 and PS3. It is available at $6.99 a month, and for a limited time they are offering a one week free trial. On Neon Alley […]
In the midst of Pixar and the pulling way from hand drawn animation here in the US, Anime holds a nostalgic place in my heart. Whenever a new Anime comes along with a story I’m really interested in I try to find time to watch it even with my busy schedule. Stories dealing with growing […]
Years ago, manga artist/writer Rumiko Takahashi, creator of some of the most popular series on both sides of the Pacific (including the legendary Ranma 1/2), created her most ambitious work. It was the culmination of all her talents for comedy, romance, action and horror, a feudal fairy tale following the story of a girl thrown […]
One of the things that often happen with popular anime, particularly of the shonen (boys) action variety is that they end up with lots of movies. These are usually not considered canon, and often have a self-contained story that has no bearing on the series’ main plot. The wildly popular Naruto franchise already had 3 […]
As some of you may already know, I’m something of a fan of the anime Bleach. And here we have the latest movie for the franchise, Hell Verse. Is it a good entry to the saga, or a dud?
With so much coming out, one of the latest series I’ve finished has been Shakugan no Shana. You’ll be sure to see the Season 2 review and OVA review in the future. Of course later this year will be Season 3 once that has been released. With that said I’m starting with my review of […]
One of the great classics of anime among western fans is the sci-fi comedy Tenchi Muyo. This is one of the first anime I ever really got into when I was an early teen. And after decades, the original OVA (Original Video Animation) series is being re-released on Blu-Ray. Does this classic hold up?