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July 2019

The feeling of having the inability to speak in public places or even in private can be quite the conundrum to deal with. I’ve personally experienced this in my life, with some social skills lacking to this very date. Perhaps

Monkey Punch’s Lupin the Third has been given many a variation throughout its 50-year lifespan. Grimmer interpretations come few & far between for the franchise, but they do exist in some fashion. Perhaps most notable is The Woman Called Fujiko

In April 2017, Japan was invaded by two tiny cuties packing serious heat. Compile Heart and Shade’s third-person shooter Gun Gun Pixies was, to be blunt, a lot of naughty fun with a mixture of some cool stealth mechanics. Alas,

Studio TRIGGER knows how to make eye-popping anime. From Kill la Kill to Little Witch Academia, everything they’ve brought to the small screen has dazzled in so many breathtaking ways. With the aid of XFLAG, TRIGGER finally tries its hand

It’s been well over a year since Makoto and the rest of the gang of Flying Witch were last seen in the US manga realm. Now after a very long wait, the seventh volume of Chihiro Ishizuka’s series has arrived

In the last decade, no manga series has captivated me quite like Riichiro Inagaki & BOICHI’s Dr. STONE. Its usage of science, deep characters, and surprising humor has made it one of the best reads in Shonen Jump magazine. Now,

In less than a month, Ryuko and the rest of the cast of Studio TRIGGER’s iconic 2013 anime Kill la Kill makes its return. With the aid of fighting game kings Arc System Works and developers A+ Games, fans and

Like a mighty earthquake the floors of LA’s The Novo vibrated with violent ferocity last Wednesday, as some of Japan’s biggest acts took the stage for the second annual OTAQUEST LIVE. MC’ed by the headliner m-flo’s DJ Taku Takahashi (who

Kunihiko Ikuhara is a name that’s always associated with insane concepts meshed with deep meaning. Whether it’s bringing to the screen the best couple in Sailor Moon, teaching about love & acceptance in Yurikuma Akashi, or dishing out some epic

The Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime Herald, Anime News Network, The Geekly Grind, and WEBN.TV had the privilege of sitting down with legendary Japanese rocker and actor MIYAVI at this year's Anime Boston! Hear about his work as an ambassador for the