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Review: "Tokyo Ravens" Season One Part One - Taking Flight

by macattackon May 8, 2015
Another review, another anime series based on a light novel series. It would be so easy to just go “ho hum,” right? Light novels have almost supplanted manga as source material for anime adaptations, and while there might be any number of reasons why the format is so appealing, it is a trend that feels […]
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Anime Limited Bumps Up Revised Release Of "Durarara!!"

by Grant Whiteon May 6, 2015
Anime Limited’s revised release of Durarara!! for the UK has been bumped up Monday 18th May. This release, available on both DVD & Blu-ray, corrects assorted presentation issues found within the company’s previous release of the title (read our review of that version/the series here).  Anime Limited have personally created this revised release using the […]

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"Naruto" Creator Masashi Kishimoto Coming to NY Comic Con 2015; Final Naruto Manga Coming October 2015

by Ed Liuon May 5, 2015
LEGENDARY MANGA ARTIST MASASHI KISHIMOTO TO MAKE FIRST INTERNATIONAL APPEARANCE AT NEW YORK COMIC CON AND NEW YORK SUPER WEEK Creator of Naruto to Participate in Two Panels and Multiple Autograph Sessions at East Coast’s Biggest Pop Culture Convention NORWALK, CT – May 5, 2015 – ReedPOP, the world’s largest producer of pop culture events […]
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Toei Announces New "Dragon Ball" Series for July 2015

by Todd DuBoison April 28, 2015
Toei Animation has announced in a press release today that it will produce a brand new Dragon Ball series for broadcast in Japan, entitled Dragon Ball Super. An English version of the announcement via Toei Animation Europe describes the show as “the first all-new Dragon Ball television series to be released in 18 years” and […]

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Review: "A Certain Scientific Railgun" Season One - More Bang, Less Inane

by macattackon April 27, 2015
The success of the light novel A Certain Magical Index quickly spawned a spinoff manga, A Certain Scientific Railgun, which starts off as a prequel but soon becomes concurrent with the Index storyline. With the immense popularity of the first season of the Index anime, it’s unsurprising that J.C. STAFF would launch an anime adaptation […]
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Review: "Senran Kagura: Ninja Flash!" In The Pan

by Chad Boninon April 24, 2015
Did you see that cute girl walking to class? If you did, she must not be a ninja. The Good Ninjas take special classes at Hanzo Academy, sight unseen from the common people, and are engaged in a never-ending battle against the Evil Ninjas of the Serpent Academy. Engaged in their martial arts training, they […]

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Anime Limited Announce "009 Re:Cyborg" Dub Cast

by Grant Whiteon April 21, 2015
Ahead of its UK Blu-ray/DVD release in June, Anime Limited have announced the acting talent that will be portraying the characters for the English dub track of 009 Re:Cyborg. Created by Production I.G., the film is a spin off of the popular Cyborg 009 universe. A team of humans converted into cyborg warriors must unite to […]
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Review: "Kill la Kill Volume 2 Blu-ray (UK Edition)": One Size Fits Most

by Grant Whiteon April 17, 2015
Ami Koshimizu. Hmm?…Oh. My editor is telling me that a name is not an argument for or against this title. I’d argue given the identity of said actress the exact opposite is true, but he’s the boss. Kill la Kill is the debut television work of Trigger, a studio founded by talents formerly tied to […]

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CLIP: "The Boy and the Beast" Gets Theatrical Trailer

by Todd DuBoison April 14, 2015
The official Japanese website for Studio Chizu’s The Boy and the Beast was recently updated with a full-length trailer and new promotional artwork as the film approaches its July 11th theatrical release in Japan. “Beast” tells the story of a lonely young boy that strays into a parallel world inhabited by supernatural creatures, where the […]