July 2020

Detectives, the world of animation, a ten year-old wizard not named Harry Potter, and a deluxe edition that's worthy of the best-ia goddess are coming to anime fans this October from Section23 Films! Check out the lineup below to see what's

Even someone as seemingly lighthearted as the titular character Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun has secrets of his own. It was only a matter of time when they would start leaking out, with Nene and Kou seeking out the truth behind School Mystery

The Vasara games were a pair of shmups released back in 2000-2001 by Visco for the arcade. There hasn't been a port of them

King Baby Duck scrounged through his entire Japanese music collection to find the very best albums to come out in the last twenty years, and his journey reaches its end in the second half of his countdown! Who will lay claim

I have fond memories of renting Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom from my local Blockbuster Video. Not only did it contain the comedy that has made the Nickelodeon series iconic, but it also showcased many strengths of a great

We Never Learn has a fine balance of laugh-out-loud comedy and heartfelt character development. In one instance, you’d be laughing your butt off at Nariyuki getting into mishaps with his students. But in the blink of an eye, you are

There are a lot of new shmups coming out of the woodwork even today, so it does become hard to set oneself apart from the rest of the chaff. This is where Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire is unique.

The Darius series has had quite a long history, and pretty much all of it's titles eventually made their way West in some form or another. But until now, no one's ever attempted to do a collection of arcade perfect

Even when the nightclubs are closed and the parties have been put on hold, Soft Set still find a way to get a danceable vibe going. The Toronto-based dreampop duo -- comprised of James Gray and Nathan Athay -- have teamed

Jun Mayuzuki’s After the Rain is one of the finest examples of seinen manga anyone could read. (And yes, I know I mis-categorized it as “shoujo” in the past, so apologies!) The story of former track runner Akira Tachibana (Sayumi