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“My Hero Academia” Premieres At Funimation Launch Party

by Peter Paltridgeon April 1, 2016
My Hero Academia, the new anime based on the superhero manga series by Kohei Horikoshi, is about to premiere its dub. Funimation holds the US broadcast rights, and they want the world to know. Hence this big party! Anyone can attend on April 3 by tuning in to the livestream on www.funimation.com/myheroclass. There will be […]
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FLCL Renewed For Second Season, 16 Years Later

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
Well, that took a while, but I’m glad they finally came to a decision — it was on the bubble for so long. Yes, of all the things you never thought could continue….the hyperfrenetic, crazy, mad, insane OVA known as Fooly Cooly, or FLCL for short, will get a second season twice as long as […]

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Funimation Has A New Streaming App

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2016
Funimation is currently the leading anime licensor in the US, holding the US distribution rights to Dragon Ball Z, Attack On Titan, Cowboy Bebop and many other iconic properties. They’re so big, in fact, that they’re about to take on Crunchyroll with their own anime streaming app, FunimationNow. All one needs to use FunimationNow is […]
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Right Stuf Bringing “Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Collection 1” and “After War Gundam X Collection 1” in June 2016

by Ed Liuon March 4, 2016
MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM ZZ COLLECTION 1 and AFTER WAR GUNDAM X COLLECTION 1 coming June 2016 from RIGHT STUF, INC. and SUNRISE INC. GRIMES, IA, March 2, 2016 — Anime distributor Right Stuf, Inc. and anime producer Sunrise Inc. are excited to announce the upcoming release of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Collection 1 and After […]

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Review: “The Boy and The Beast” is Clawed and Flawed, but Big and Warm

by Chad Boninon March 4, 2016
What separates man from animal, child from beast? As a young child, Ren finds himself orphaned and fearful of his future, so he escapes to Jutengai, the world of beast men and women. It is here he enters an apprenticeship with Kumatetsu, a bear with a goal of becoming lord over all he sees. Rechristened […]
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Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 24 & 25 – Zombie Apocalypse

by macattackon February 19, 2016
After the exciting divergence in Set 23 with the “Power” mini-arc, Naruto Shippuden returns to the regular state of things with the Fourth Shinobi World War. And, unfortunately, the same rambling tedium that has haunted this show since the beginning of the arc continues through Set 24 and into Set 25. The animation is an immediate […]

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Next Omakase Box Takes To The Stage With Vocaloid Characters

by Grant Whiteon February 3, 2016
Following on from entries covering Kill la Kill and Naruto, the third merchandise box in Viewster’s bi-monthly subscription service will focus on the cast of the Vocaloid games/multi-media franchise. Shipping March 25th the next Omakase box will include a range of exclusive merchandise focussed around popular characters including Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka. This includes […]
We’ve Got The Complete 2016 Slate For The New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival

We’ve Got The Complete 2016 Slate For The New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival

by Peter Paltridgeon January 25, 2016
New Yorkers, heads up: one of the biggest festivals for family entertainment in the world, the New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival, has just supplied TZ with its entire 2016 schedule. If you see something you like, and there’s plenty to like, make your appointments accordingly. This year’s NYICFF runs from February 26 through March […]

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Review: “Tokyo Ghoul” Is Mind-Draining Drool

by Chad Boninon January 21, 2016
Have you ever had a bad date? There have been obvious date-killers, such as making an inappropriate joke, bringing up politics (and finding out you’re on the opposite end), or having the person hit your one worst personal pet peeve. Ken Kaneki has been the victim of the ultimate “catfishing:” he had a crush on […]
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Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 23 – The Allure of Power

by macattackon January 19, 2016
Naruto Shippuden‘s quality has been slipping for the last couple of DVD volumes, but the series aims to pick it up in a big way in this set. The fan-favorite original arc “Power” is included on here in full. Does it add the urgency and power that has been missing from Shippuden for the last 20 […]