Anime's most famous thief, Lupin III, and anime's most famous detective, Conan, recently crossed paths in a new theatrical film. But was the resulting mash-up a happy blend of both? Matt Schley from Otaku USA magazine brings us a review after the jump!
Among anime fans, it's harder to find someone into actual sports than it is to find fans of sports anime and manga! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Kuroko's Basketball, Hajime no Ippo, Initial D, Teekyu, and much more!
Recently, a special Hatsune Miku event was held at the Synra Dome planetarium at the Tokyo Science Museum which included MikuMikuDance projections and real-time dancing rendered on the planetarium screen. YATTAR JAPAN brings us a photo report after the jump!
Winter is coming (or is, um... already here) and Fanart Friday is more than prepared! Bundle up and hit the jump to check out wintry fan-made masterpieces from Gintama, K-ON!, Attack on Titan, RWBY and much more!
Fanart Friday's not bad, just misunderstood! Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the characters spotlighted in this week's installment--hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces of vile villains from Gatchaman Crowds, Psycho-Pass, Devil May Cry, One Piece and much more!
On November 26th, San Francisco experienced what most would call a once-in-a-lifetime event when Taeyang, member of one of the most loved Korean pop groups BIGBANG, did a solo show for his fans. Crunchyroll's own DarlingDaniChan was there and brought back a photo-filled report after the jump!
Otaku USA brings us a review of the show that dares to expose the sweat, laughter, tears of the high school glasses club as featured in the new anime Meganebu! Read on, and chime in with your own takes, after the jump!
Otaku USA scribe Matt Schley brings us a review of the new anime film Patema Inverted and claims the flick is “no Ghibli masterpiece, but at its best moments, it’s a reminder of that same power of animation.” Read on after the jump!
Transcending history and the world, a tale of soul and swords, eternally retold... and now, redone in HD! SoulCalibur II is one of the most beloved games in Namco Bandai's series of weapon-based fighters, but does the online-capable, HD-upgraded redo still stand tall? Hit the jump to check out our review!
Classic shounen actioner Saint Seiya is a huge hit in most of the world... just not the US. Thankfully, Namco Bandai has brought over PS3 brawler Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers as a digital exclusive, but is it worth getting excited over? Hit the jump to check out our full review!
The "Farewell to Console Generation Seven" trilogy closes up with a look at this past gen's touching moments, shocking twists, stirring finales, and hopes for the eighth console generation from CRN's Joseph Luster, Nate Ming, Amanda Rush, and Humberto Saabedra! Check 'em all out after the jump!
Marow of the Anime Viking blog returns with a look back at a recent series that he found flawed, but oddly unforgettable, too. Read his take on The Pet Girl of Sakurasou, and chime in with your opinion, after the jump!
Maker Faire Tokyo 2013 was a celebration of ingenuous do-it-yourself tech that included robot bands, 3D printing creations, and other marvels. YATTAR JAPAN brings us a report, with pics and vids, after the jump!
Toei Kyoto Studio Park is a giant movie theme park owned by one of the major Japanese movie companies, Toei, in Kyoto-city. In commemoration of the great success of the ongoing TV anime series Dokidoki! PreCure, the park is now holding a special exhibition titled "Dokidoki! PreCure Matsuri." Meet the PreCure girls after the jump!
Part two of our "Farewell to Console Generation Seven" feature trilogy continues, with a look at the favorite multiplatform and genre-specific titles of Joseph Luster, Nate Ming, Amanda Rush, and Humberto Saabedra! Hit the jump to see which multiplatform marvels wowed them the most!