Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (PS4) Review

I didn’t know what to expect from Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness.  Not only had I never played through a visual novel game before(unless you want to count a couple of Telltale’s games, I really don’t though since you control way more than you do here) but I haven’t watched the anime either.  This lack on my part in no way made the game harder to get into, if anything I now want to get into the a...[Read More]

Sword Art Online Film Slated for an Early March 2017 US Debut

Anime publisher Aniplex of America announced yesterday, that the highly-anticipated film, Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale-, would be heading to theaters across the US, in the second week of March 2017.

English Dub of Dragon Ball Super to Premiere on Adult Swim’s Toonami January 2017

If you’re like me you’ve grown up with the Dragon Ball franchise and now we’re to the point that Goku and the team have had the chance to do amazing things. While I would go into more, Dragon Ball Super will explain after you watch the series. For now enjoy the announcement from FUNimation! Dragon Ball fans everywhere just received the biggest gift of the holiday season. Toei Ani...[Read More]

Rin-ne – Collection 1 Review

Earlier this year, Sentai Filmworks began releasing the supernatural action/comedy series, “Rin-ne,” on Blu-ray and DVD, and we decided to check out the first collection of this series, based on the manga from best-selling author, Rumiko Takahashi.

Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon – Collection 1 Review

Over the summer, anime publisher Sentai Filmworks released the mecha and fantasy series, “Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon” on DVD and Blu-ray, and we had the opportunity to check out the first collection of this series that blends action and fan service to impressive levels.

Dragon Ball Super English Dub Cast Announced

Anime publisher Funimation Entertainment, today revealed the English dub voice cast for its action-packed series, Dragon Ball Super.

Overlord (Anime) Review

In the early part of November, anime publisher Funimation Entertainment released Overlord on Blu-ray and DVD, so we decided to check out this fantasy adventure series with a very familiar story, based on the light novel series written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin.

Barakamon (Anime) Review

Earlier this year, anime publisher Funimation Entertainment released the slice-of-life comedy series, Barakamon, in a Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, and with how much I enjoyed the manga, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to check out this entertaining anime.

Toonami to add Gundam Unicorn after Iron Blooded Orphans

In an announcement made earlier today, Toonami revealed the next title that will be joining its lineup, once Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans finishes its run, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, which should keep fans of the Mobile Suit Gundam franchise happy.

Sentai Filmworks March 2017 Release Slate Revealed

Earlier today, anime distributor Section23 Films unveiled its planned release slate for the month of March 2017, which will include releases from publishers Sentai Filmworks and ADV Films, including a collector’s edition of an anticipated release.

Spirited Away: 15th Anniversary Comes to US Theaters

Come celebrate the 15th anniversary of one of the most critically-acclaimed animated films of all time: Spirited Away.  Legendary director Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece will be coming back to U.S. theatres on December 4th and 5th!

Mecha-Ude Promises Ridiculous Action

People who know me already know that I’m a huge anime dork. From the narrative driven Full Metal Alchemist to the ridiculous allegory that is Neon Genesis Evangelion, there are few series I haven’t at least seen a few episodes of. Let’s just say I keep a regular subscription to Crunchyroll. Overall, animation quality is a huge factor to me when it comes to me really liking a seri...[Read More]

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