August 2018

Hikaru Nakamura's Arakawa Under the Bridge always knows how to find the perfect balance between surprisingly heartfelt and off-the-wall insane. With its foray of strange residents ranging from a Venusian to kappa, the amount of crazy that's placed into each

There's a reason why Captain Harlock is considered Leiji Matsumoto's most beloved character. From manga and anime to CGI-created films and stage productions, the universe's greatest space pirate has conquered just about every form of entertainment imaginable. (He's also planted

The holidays get into full swing this December via Section23 Films, with the return of a certain ballet-inspired tale that will have anime fans screaming with joy! December 4th unleashes the Complete Collection edition of the action series Akame ga Kill! When Tatsumi

These days, you can't go one anime season without some sort of isekai show. The concept of a main character being transported to another world has been done so many times over, that this reviewer has lost count of how

Shojo fans seeking a new rom-com series will be in luck this October, as VIZ Media has announced the license of Io Sakisaka's Ao Haru Ride! Set to make its English debut on October 1, Ao Haru Ride focuses on female student Futaba Yoshioka,

2014's No Game No Life stands out as one of Madhouse's most beautiful and surprisingly intelligent anime series of this decade. The tale of step-siblings Sora and Shiro transported to the world of Disboard showcased a foray of philosophical takes

First impressions are most important for new writers. It's what gives the readers a good idea of the style and attitude that these newbies wish to present in their first and future works. In the case of Tsuyoshi Takai's first

Good vampire games have been hard to find lately, let alone any vampire game. But unfortunately, DONTNOD's latest vampire action RPG Vampyr is a game that suffers quite a bit with it's rough presentation, and questionable design decisions that basically push you

After worrying about making some nasty cuts from his annual Top Albums list (even though he should worry about that in December), King Baby Duck praises the latest film Crazy Rich Asians both for its dynamic cast and fun storytelling. Then

It was March of 2008 when the annual SXSW Japan Nite Tour hit Cambridge, MA's now-defunct T.T. The Bear's, with a lineup that featured such artists as Ketchup mania, detroit7, and The Emeralds. Opening the show that night was a