January 2020

Nisioisin has one of the strangest imaginations I’ve ever come across. At times, his works can make a lick of sense, going completely off-the-rails with its concepts and deviant trails of thought. But it’s these whacked-out scenarios that have made

It’s a bittersweet feeling knowing that the anime adaptation of We Never Learn has come to an end. Filled with great storytelling, fun voice acting, and some good comedy, the study buddy rom-com was a true highlight for anime in

After a brief hiatus, Shameless Tuesdays has returned! And this time, we're heading to the Ukraine for the electronica pops and beats of 6TH CROWD! A new project of On the Wane frontwoman Dari Maksymova, 6TH CROWD delivers a gothic tone

I’ll be 100% honest: the anime scene didn’t quite end 2019 (or the 2010s, for that matter) with as big of a bang as it could've. Yes, there were some good shows, but out of all of them, only one

Vacations always have to have an ending, even if you were just showing a friend your current stomping grounds for a few days. However, there are always important matters that need to be focused on, especially those that give reason

The future is WOW for Anime Boston 2020, as the annual convention announced that the iconic Japanese trip-hop trio m-flo will be attending this year’s festivities! Since 1999, VERBAL, DJ Taku Takahashi, and LISA (who rejoined the trio three years ago after parting

Everything in the realm of No Borders No Race is back to normal, as King Baby Duck looks at the biggest problem plaguing Netflix's anime streams. Sex comedies are turned upside-down and into the realm of fantasy with Interspecies Reviewers,

I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again: Keiichi Arawi is a comic genius. Although he may have gained popularity with his series Nichijou (alongside its anime adaptation by Kyoto Animation), it’s in his recent work CITY where he

Music academy battles, enthusiast baseball players, and a classic Kyoto Animation series returns this April from Section23 Films! Check out what's to come below: REVUE STARLIGHT Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 300 min. Street Date: 4/7/2020 Format:

The possibilities have been endless when it comes to Kanna’s Daily Life, Mitsuhiro Kimura’s spinoff of coolkyousinnjya’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid. Placing focus on the smol dragon girl and her lovey-dovey friend Saikawa, the series has delivered an abundance of