2021 has been a great year for anime fans as it has ushered in the release of countless new anime. Many of them were adaptations of popular manga or light novels. Manga readers have been waiting patiently for their favorite series to be adapted into an anime, and some ofRead More →

(Photo by Aniplex / courtesy Everett Collection) We rank all the animated films released in 2021 that received enough reviews for a Tomatometer score, including films from series that made headlines at the U.S. box office (Demon slayer, My hero university), new entries in legendary franchises (sailor moon, evangelization, Gundam),Read More →

The hype can easily ruin movies by pushing audience expectations to unrealistic levels. Fortunately, these films were able to deliver and then some. Over the years, animated films have become more and more popular. From films based on an existing animated series to original feature films such as the worksRead More →

Too much anime don’t get proper sequels or endings, with most shows essentially ending on a “read the manga” note. However, sometimes the stars align and the anime gods deem the world worthy of receiving something more, and sometimes those gifts make their way to theaters. It’s a good dayRead More →

Sports anime has been around for a long time, helping fans keep the excitement reached in stadiums on their gadget screens. Movies like Slam Dunk and Prince of Tennis are classics hard to forget. In recent years, the popularity of sports cartoons has increased, with a handful of such filmsRead More →

The hugely successful animated film from director Makoto Shinkai, your name swept the world after its release in 2016. Breaking box office records in Japan and abroad, it quickly became one of the highest-grossing animated films ever produced, thanks in large part to its visuals spectacular, its sustained rhythm andRead More →

The Monster Fighting Series digivolts again with the announcement of a new animated TV series and a new Digimon 02 movie. Bandai plans even more round-trip travel in the digital world, as the company announced two new Digimon animated projects. According to Anime Intelligence and Research, the first of theRead More →

If you’re a fan of the good ol ‘Bollywood movies, there’s a good chance you’re irrevocably in love with the tropes we’ve been seeing for years. Weird twists, thrilling twists, convoluted love stories, and more. However, if you don’t know what to watch next, Anime is a great follow-up forRead More →

Beginning as a Type-Moon light novel series written by Kinoko Nasu with illustrations by Takashi Takeuchi, The garden of sinners was eventually adapted into a series of animated films by Ufotable. By the way Kara no Kyôkai in Japan, the main premise revolves around the relationship between Shiki Ryougi andRead More →

Looking for the best animated movies on Netflix? We have created a list. A quick glance at anime on netflix reveals a well-organized and thoughtful collection of series in several genres. While its selection of movies isn’t quite as extensive, there are still enough solid choices to offer a listRead More →

For those who want to get into animated films, it can certainly be intimidating considering the unfamiliar descriptors such as kodomo, shonen, seinen, josei, and kodomomuke which are used to describe the overall genre. And as our exploration of 20 Essential Anime for Beginners revealed, it’s a hot topic whenRead More →

The best animated movies – like every other movie – are the ones that make us laugh, cry, and scream in excitement when we can tell that something big is about to happen. But there’s also something inherently unique about the anime, a certain flair that you can’t find anywhereRead More →

It’s easy to overlook the profound impact anime has had on the film industry. From sci-fi phenoms to action-packed blockbusters, this form of Japanese animation has changed the meaning of entertainment in the decades since its inception some 100 years ago. For those who study cinema or those who justRead More →

Princess mononoke | Toho Animation allows for the kind of limitless creativity that most live-action directors can only dream of. But while American animators today for the most part embrace the trend of family-oriented computer animated films, another influential genre of hand-drawn animation continues to flourish in Japan. Japanese animeRead More →