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Review: "Ghastly Prince Enma-Kun" Complete Series: The '70s Are Back. Joy?

by Dr. Daedaluson February 25, 2013
Remember the 2004 Cutie Honey OAV?  It was something of a nostalgic throwback to the ’70s TV series, a lot more wacky than the gritty mid-90s OAVs and blending retro and modern designs.  Well, Ghastly Prince Enma Burning Up is a similar kind of thing.  I haven’t seen the original series, but based on this […]

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Katsucon 2013: “Hellsing” Focus Panel With Crispin Freeman

by Weathermanon February 25, 2013
On February 16th, Katsucon held a panel dedicated to the action horror anime Hellsing. The event was hosted by FUNimation’s Sarah “Sully” Sullivan and voice actor Crispin Freeman, who had many anecdotes to share about his role as the vampire protagonist Alucard. Regarding how he first got the part, Freeman was working in New York City […]
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Review: In "Shangri-La," Paradise Is Where You Find It

by Maxie Zeuson February 18, 2013
One of the things I like and respect about anime is the willingness of so many of its producers to tackle unusual stories and situations. Unlike most American productions, which even at their most challenging often trot out the same few very familiar character types and situations, anime series aren’t always afraid of baffling viewers […]

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Katsucon 2013: FUNimation Industry Panel Report

by Weathermanon February 15, 2013
FUNimation Entertainment’s Conventions Manager Sarah “Sully” Sullivan presented the company’s industry panel at Katsucon Friday night. For a new announcement the voice cast for the English dub of Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing- was revealed during the panel, as well as a new trailer for the show. Fam: Jad Saxton Giselle: Leigh Clark Millia: […]
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Review: "Trigun: Badlands Rumble" (UK Edition): Good Times in The Badlands

by Grant Whiteon February 11, 2013
Trigun is set on the planet Gunsmoke, a desert colony world styled after the American Wild West with a steampunk aesthetic, and follows the adventures of Vash the Stampede. Classified as the most dangerous of criminals for the incredible amount of damage he leaves in his wake, ‘The Humanoid Typhoon’ is actually a well-meaning blonde […]

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PR: VIZ Media to Premiere Aniplex's "FATE/ZERO" on Neon Alley Anime Channel This Spring

by Ed Liuon February 7, 2013
VIZ MEDIA TO PREMIERE ANIPLEX’s SUPERNATURAL ACTION SERIES FATE/ZERO ON NEON ALLEY ANIME CHANNEL THIS SPRING Aniplex Of America Adds New Content For The Innovative Console-Based 24-Hour Anime Channel Available On PS3 And Playstation® Network, As Well As Xbox 360® And Xbox Live® San Francisco, CA, February 6, 2013 – VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), […]
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Review: "C: Control": The Devil Is in the Financial Details

by Weathermanon February 4, 2013
Does it ever seem like the stock market is all the just a game, one with rigged rules?  If so you’d feel right at home in C: Control. Hidden behind the veneer of the visible world is a second world, the Financial District.  What’s the Financial District?  Think of it as a cross between a […]

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Review: "Tenchi In Tokyo" Finds The Friend You Didn't Know You Had

by Chad Boninon February 1, 2013
“You can’t change my mind; I’m going to Tokyo!” With those words, their bond will be strained. Tenchi Masaki will leave the idyllic countryside life with those crazy girls he loves so much to travel to Tokyo, working as an apprentice, and pursuing his own life. Naturally, the girls won’t be having any of that, […]
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Review: "Berserk: The Golden Age Movie I – The Egg of the King (UK Edition)": Hail to the King

by Grant Whiteon January 25, 2013
The problem with animated adaptations of serialised manga is that the creators are attempting to adapt a series that may be years away from its conclusion. This isn’t a problem if you’re pretty much guaranteed to get enough episodes to cover everything, as is practically a rule with Shonen Jump adaptations, but it can cause […]