Title: Overlord: The Complete Anime Art BookAuthor: Kugane Maruyama (History), so-bin (Characters)Editor: Yen PressTongue: EnglishFormat: HardcoverPages: 240Kind: Art bookPublication date: December 15, 2020 Final thoughts I love art books and I love Suzerain so when i saw he was getting an art book i jumped at the chance to reviewRead More →

Even though the studios struggled to adapt to the ever-changing conditions of 2020, the animators still managed to produce a landmark year for anime. We have seen even more investment in productions from international streamers like Netflix. Sony is expected to complete its purchase of Crunchyroll soon, adding it toRead More →

When it comes to licensed games, unless you’re a real die-hard fan, most gamers would say they stink. It has improved over the years when companies have the time to actually develop something unique. Batman, for example, had notoriously some of the worst games ever made until Batman: Arkham AsylumRead 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 →

Finding a quality anime game on Roblox can be a never-ending road. There are hundreds of them to choose from, but there is only a handful that masterfully parodies those they are inspired by. Even if you have a console to play legitimate licensed anime games, each of the followingRead 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 →

With the steady increase in the popularity of Anime, it is only natural that there have been many anime games made for every console. Mobile devices are no exception with plenty of anime-based games to choose from. While most people familiar with the genre know to expect things like gachaRead More →

A lot of people miss going to the movies. Going to your local cineplex, shopping for popcorn, and watching the latest blockbuster isn’t really possible right now, given the current pandemic. However, Funimation is teaming up with Bigscreen, a virtual reality company, to bring cinema back into your life. Obviously,Read More →

Founded in 1981, Kyoto Animation has established itself as one of the largest and most respected studios in the anime industry. Primarily known for his TV series, KyoAni is responsible for various genre-defying releases, including The melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Good star, and the clandestine series. RELATED: 10 Best AnimatedRead More →

A new decade has begun. The style of anime we’re seeing over the next 10 the years will be different of the last 10. It’s natural. But is there reasons that we can identify and break down? It turns out there is. Above, illustrations by artist Date Naoto demonstrating howRead More →

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (January 16, 2020) Few, if any, anime have the impact and legacy of Dragon Ball Z, and because of that we’ve seen countless games over the years. Still, Kakarot, in a way, introduces a new experience, one that lets you take on the role of GokuRead More →

In just under two weeks, Google Stadia will be released. As such, this new cloud-based platform is on the minds of many game developers. While the content available on the platform at launch is primarily west-oriented, some interesting exceptions include content from Bandai Namco Entertainment. Dragon ball xenoverse 2 andRead More →

The greatest heroes of Shonen! Anime fans will always have a mixed bag when it comes to video game adaptations of their favorite franchises. More often than not, many of these shonen anime end up being adapted for fighting games and nothing else. Fortunately, Bandai Namco, the publishers of theRead More →

Anime Sekai, a three-day anime and video game convention, kicks off at 1:00 p.m. on September 20 at the Abilene Convention Center, 1100 N. Sixth St. Events will continue until 4:00 p.m. on September 22. The convention will feature an assortment of panels, cosplay events, video game tournaments, tabletop gameRead 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 →

Joe Hindy / Android Authority Anime games are popping up everywhere. The whole genre is getting cross-platform these days. You don’t just get a new anime, but also a new game, manga, and a whole bunch of other content. In some cases, there are now game-based cartoons (looking at you,Read More →

The popularity of anime cannot and should not be underestimated. Over the years it has become extremely popular and inclusive in the sense that there are anime out there that will suit all tastes. The genre has inspired a number of game developers, including major casinos and bingo mark mFortune,Read More →

The popularity of anime cannot and should not be underestimated. Over the years, it has become extremely popular and inclusive in the sense that there are anime out there that will suit everyone’s tastes. The genre has inspired a number of game developers, including major casinos and mFortune bingo brand,Read More →

Animated video games have become a genre in their own right, and there are countless titles that attempt to emulate the most popular shows. Of course, these encompass quite a few different genres, but there is a recurring problem that seems to crop up with anime games. They’re always soRead 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 →

Dragon ball fighterz Dragon Ball has seen a great number of fighting games over the years, but Dragon Ball FighterZ holds a special place even among these. FighterZ has an absolutely amazing art style that almost makes it look like fights from the moving anime. Even after that, the ArcRead More →

Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game 5 Animated Movies That Need To Head West Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game made headlines in Japan for its theatrical success. In just 9 weeks, the film was able to gross over 1 billion yen (just over $9 million). The run was considered such a success thatRead More →

When this kindergarten goes to school, her self-portraits change depending on whether she is in a Japanese or American environment. Living another culture, at any age, brings joy, challenges and little self-discoveries along the way. For a Japanese girl currently growing up in the United States, navigating cultural differences andRead More →

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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 →

Sick of Disney? Animated films can be a great alternative for young viewers, opening up new cultures and ideas. However, many anime are not for children. Here are five wonderful, age-appropriate animated movies that little kids will love. This piece originally appeared on 03/02/16. What is anime? Short, it’s theRead More →