...― Heather asks: I work at a local community college and have become involved with the anime club at the school.
As a 30-something anime fan, my approach to and experience with anime is quite different from the younger people in the club.
Or you often...― I think I've been doing this unconsciously for a few seasons now, but I've figured out a method of watching simulcast shows that's been working well for me.
I follow the episodic comedies and slow-paced slice of life stuff from week to week, then start the m...― Technically, this review could simply consist of the words “lady space pirate” and possibly “Leiji Matsumoto” and pique a prior fan's interest in Queen Emeraldas.
But as with most, if not all, Matsumoto titles, there's far more ...― The original Yatterman TV series aired in the late '70s as the second and longest installment of the Time Bokan franchise.
This time, the game is an "eagerly anticipated full-fledged dating simulation game" for the PS Vita system.
The first anime season will re-run on the BS11 channel on Mondays at midnight starting January 12, 2015.
― Our team of reviewers are following 30 anime series of the Summer 2016 season and readers are rating each episode as the reviews go up.
So let's have a look at what ANN readers consider the best (and worst) of the season.
While they aren't likely to win over any readers who ...― Comic Market 90 was held this past weekend at Big Sight in Tokyo - we've got an event report for you right around the corner, but in the meantime, here's a gallery of the incredible cosplay on display over the weekend.
IMG kimg1663IMG kimg1439IMG kimg1446IMG kimg1451IMG kimg1453I... This season's offbeat dramedy about an unemployed 27-year old getting a second chance at high school was released to Crunchyroll as a full series for binge viewing, but is it worth a 13-episode marathon?
― The Summer 2016 anime season has given us a number of unusual releases – one series that's only five episodes long (Planetarian), two concurrent series from the same franchise meant to be viewed si...― Brooks asks: Are Japanese people in real life really as superstitious as they're portrayed in anime?
Like in every anime that takes place at a school, there always seems to be that one character that's deathly afraid of ghosts to the point of absurdity.