On this week's Aniwords, Isaac ponders the seemingly obvious answer to the question, "Is there a right way to watch anime?" You probably have your own thoughts on the matter, so hit the jump to read his and then chime in with yours!
Japanese translator Frog-kun explores how our favorite anime, manga, and light novels are translated into English. What is lost in translation? More importantly, what is found in translation? This week, Frog-kun looks at the Your Lie in April dub and finds a lot to like. Hit the jump to read more!
This week on "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog", we take a look at My Little Monster, a 2012 TV anime with compellingly flawed characters that turn many of the conventions of romantic shōjo manga on their ear. Hit the jump to learn more.
Can you feel the sunshine? Brandon looks at the latest entry in the popular Love Live! School Idol Project franchise, Love Live! Sunshine!!. How do Aqours' anime measure up to the iconic μ's generation? Hit the jump to find out!
Anime vs. Real Life is taking a look at the real world locations of the heartwarming sweetness & lightning this week. What do sweetness & lightning and Shirobako have in common? Find out after the jump!
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has developed a clear visual vocabulary over its many episodes, but strong episodes can still stand out. Today we'll be breaking down some of the finer points of the show's most recent highlight!
It's all been building up to this point--Fanart Friday's grand finale is now! Nate's heartfelt farewell to Crunchyroll's longest-running column is just past the jump, featuring fan-made masterpieces that send Fanart Friday off in style!
Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS)'s headquarter building in Osaka has set up a special exhibition area dedicated to the Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans TV anime series on its first floor, including a 1/10 scale statue of the anime's main mobile suit Gundam Barbatos and key animation drawings. Check the photo report after the jump.
Last month we posted the first part of a translated Berserk article from home anthology Young Animal that featured a discussion between author Kentarō Miura and legendary former editor Kazuhiko Torishima. Now, at long last, it's time for the second part!
The first season of Re:ZERO comes to a close and we're left with an uplifting finale to raise our spirits for the long wait ahead. But a closer look reveals that Subaru and Emilia's joy may be nothing more than the bliss of the ignorant. Subaru was sent to this world for a reason and his every action may be contributing toward the destruction of everything he wishes to protect. Find out more, after the jump!
Even in the internet age, printed flyers are still a powerful marketing tools especially for films and a must-have item for the fans. Check the upcoming anime movie flyers that I found at the venues of the Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair 2016 event on Sunday.
Sometimes sad events can lead to new and (at least slightly) better occurrences. This week I took advantage of a lot of grief to make this tasty tart for you! Click through to read more.