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Out of all the anime that came out in the 2010s, none delivered something as grand, dark, and whimsical as Kinema Citrus’s Made In Abyss. An adaptation of Akihito Tsukushi’s manga, the story of Riko (Brittany Lauda) and Reg (Luci

“I didn’t understand any of it.” These words fly out of the mouth of Ruka (Mana Ashida) near the end of Ayumu Watanabe and Studio 4ºC’s 2019 film Children of the Sea. The character goes through a lot during her summer

Combat butlers, Valkyrie suitors, and half-vampires are itching to give thanks this November with the aid of Section23 Films! Check our what’s to come below: GRANBELM Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 325 min. Street Date: 11/3/2020 Format: BD Language: Japanese with English

When it comes to heroes, the ones we love most are the ones that have their share of physical and/or emotional scars. Batman still mourns his parents death; Wolverine deals with trying to figure out who he really is; and

The universe of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is a vast one, but I was starting to get worried about its spinoff Kanna’s Daily Life. Its previous volume was, to be blunt, lackluster, as it was missing the charm and wit

Everything goes back to normal in the NBNR realm, as King Baby Duck looks at both the new Justin Roiland series Solar Opposites and the anime Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! But our host brings forth a new segment that

Although a certain virus is ruining a lot of people’s fun, it didn’t affect the anime community too much. While some series were delayed until this current summer season, there still was a good mixture of new and returning series

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

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

The soapbox has been put away today for a more fun show, as King Baby Duck shares his thoughts on the films Rocketman and A Whisker Away! Plus a beloved cult cartoon based on a cult hit film celebrates its 20th