Geestore Osaka Annex is an anime specialized gallery which is located in the Nippombashi district of Osaka-city, a street also known as Otaroad (means "Road of Otaku"). The gallery is now holding a special exhibition featuring the Infinite Stratos anime series. Check the exclusive photo report after the jump!
Guest contributor Marow from the Anime Viking blog brings us a Sunday reflection on the factors that cause him to drop an anime and turn his gaze elsewhere. Read on, and chime in with your thoughts, after the jump!
Ink from the Ani-Gamers website takes a moment to explore the real world consequences of virtual dating sims found in season three of The World God Only Knows. Is there more to this supposed “harem show” than meets the eye? Read on and find out!
Practice your hurricanranas and be ready to take a hell of a fall off that ladder--this week, it's all about professional wrestling on Fanart Friday! Body-slam the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Kinnikuman, Naruto Shippuden, School Rumble and more, as well as real-life pro wrestling legends!
Storyboard exhibitions have become common in recent years, and the Madoka Magica exhibition proudly displayed over three hundred items used for the two Madoka compilation films released in 2012. Otaku USA brings us a report after the jump!
"What? A Power Rangers game?" Yes, a Power Rangers game--this time, the new 3DS actioner featuring the Megaforce heroes! Practice your poses, get your helmets on, and check our full review of the game after the jump!
The new film Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion seeks to end up the epic magical girl saga begun in the original 2011 TV series. With so much at stake, does Madoka’s final roll call succeed? Read a full review, courtesy of Otaku USA magazine, after the jump!
Opening this past July in Tokyo’s Sunshine City shopping center, J-World is an indoor theme park where guests “can play in the world of Weekly Shonen Jump.” Get a look, and read about the Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Naruto themed attractions – courtesy of Otaku USA – after the jump!
Veterans Day is coming up, and Fanart Friday is celebrating with a look back at our favorite military characters! Hump your ALICE Pack past the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Full Metal Panic, Strike Witches, Girls und Panzer, Jin-Roh and more!
Hardcore fans of old-school gaming know that Pac-Man Championship Edition DX is the go-to title for ghost-chomping action, but what about the newest game, based off Pac-Man's animated adventures? It's not the cash-in it sounds like--check our full review after the jump!
The weekend of Animate Girls Festival started early in the morning with photos of girls lining up for the event. Some people even called it Animate Girls Fight, but lots of good news came out of this year including the debut of new prototype figures and announcements for upcoming merchandise. Let's look at the event through photos posted by various Otome brands official Twitter accounts after the jump!
Arkham Origins brings gamers back to the early days of Batman's career, putting a bounty on the Dark Knight's head and forcing him to fight off eight deadly assassins! But this younger, angrier Batman isn't perfect, and neither is this game--check out our full review after the jump!
Fanart Friday sails the seven seas, stopping in at every port and buying tons of fruit, because scurvy sucks. That's right, it's all PIRATES this week, featuring fan-made masterpieces with your favorite buccaneers from Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, Xenogears, Fate/EXTRA, and a certain pirate epic we're gonna start streaming on CR! Hit the jump to check 'em out!
Following the A-B blocks and C-D blocks, this third part of Treasure Festa 2013 Kobe 5 photo report introduces Hatsune Miku and other Vocaloid characters. The one of the biggest garage kit events in Japan was held at Kobe International Exhibition Hall No.2 on October 20. Hit the jump for the latest Miku figures!
It’s official: thanks to the new game and new series, Pokémon fever is currently in overdrive and the Cartoon Network’s recent premiere of the 16th Pokémon movie has only fanned the flames even higher. Now, Otaku USA’s Brian Camp weighs in on the new film. Read on for his opinion, and share yours, after the jump!