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Hunter X Hunter English Dubbed Hits Toonami

Hunter X Hunter has reached that point of popularity both in the manga and the anime that an English dub was inevitable. Toonami is adding the show to their lineup this Saturday (April 16th) at 1am EST time. Of course those familiar with the show probably already are aware of this transition, but it’s awesome to see the series reaching a new audience on Toonami. Erica Mendez will be playing ...[Read More]

Two New Seasons of FLCL Announced

Out of nowhere, Adult Swim announces that a sequel series to an cult anime hit is coming. FLCL (Fooly Cooly) is one of those shows that’s better understood while watching, rather than trying to explain what it actually is. Visually its dynamic along the lines of Gurren Lagann, while the soundtrack was done by the Japanese band The Pillows.

Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale Announced

Sword Art Online quickly became one of the most popular Anime series of the decade, which was an adaptation of a popular light novel series of the same name. While Japan is well aware of where the series is going, for they have almost double the amount of novels published, its always cool to see the next style of each iteration.

Funimation Launches New Streaming Service

Hello out there Anime-niacs! This week, Funimation released some exciting news! They have completely re-designed the mobile apps for their streaming platform FunimationNow. These apps are for iOS, Android, Kindle, and Windows 10 devices. Before this week, I’ve never heard of FunimationNow, but they have a new subscriber in the future.

My Hero Academia Anime On the Way!

Sweeping Japanese sales in manga is an interesting series known as My Hero Academia. Visually, the manga takes heavy inspiration from the highlights of American comic book culture, using similar color scheme’s and poses from classic comic books. The art style even goes as far as to use the lost art of Ben-Day Dots, those polka dot looking things from older prints of comics, in its lettering ...[Read More]

Psycho-Pass Review

Imagine living in a city where law enforcement and the legal system have been essentially automated. Law enforcement officers carry weapons connected to a computer network that analyzes each suspect they encounter and determine the culpability of that suspect. The weapon then quantifies their guilt–assigning a Crime Coefficient–and deploys the punishment deemed appropriate. No judge, n...[Read More]

Psycho-Pass

Psycho-Pass (Japanese: サイコパス Hepburn: Saiko Pasu) (stylized as PSYCHO-PASS) is a anime television series that was produced by Production I.G, directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani & Katsuyuki Motohiro and written by Gen Urobuchi.

The Boy and the Beast

The Boy and the Beast (Japanese: バケモノの子 Hepburn: Bakemono no Ko?) is a Japanese animated film directed and written by Mamoru Hosoda.

The Boy and the Beast Review

FUNimation not long ago released Dragon Ball Resurrection F in theaters for a limited time, which had many fans running out to see it. FUNimation has been doing very well by bringing fan favorites to movie theaters since that time.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’

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]

Date A Live Review

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. The first season is in English, but as for the second I’ve yet to find any word if it’ll be dubbed.

Date A Live

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]

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