As part of the build up to the debut of Crunchyroll’s exclusive stream of Kiznaiver, the new anime from Studio TRIGGER, we present a video interview with Yuka Terasaki who plays the part of Chidori Takashiro in the upcoming series. Enjoy the clip after the jump!
Fanart Friday kicks off a MONTH OF LOVE, four themes to celebrate Valentine's Day all month long... sort of. For the first installment, we talk about UNREQUITED LOVE--hit the jump to spend some quality time with your favorite between-relationships characters from Nagi no Asukara, Monogatari, Berserk, Gintama, and much more!
It's another week, which means there's another off-the-wall anime fighter up for review! Nitroplus Blasterz takes loads of several famous heroines and throws them into the mix along with every good fighting mechanic worth "borrowing," but are the results up to snuff or is this an Infinite Duel worth staying out of? Blast on over the jump for our full review!
The current main theme at Bandai's Tamashii Nations AKIBA Showroom in the JR Akihabara station's East-West Hall is its newly launched 10cm-tall action figure line "D.D.PANORAMATION" featuring the characters from the Saint Seiya anime series based on Masami Kurumada's long-running manga. Check the latest photo report after the jump.
What do Greek poetry, Shakespeare, and one of this season's top anime comedies—Konosuba—have in common? Isaac breaks it all down in this week's Aniwords, so hit the jump and check it out!
After participating in the 115th Comitia, the largest original doujinshi event at Tokyo Big Sight, I again visited the Akihabara town in Tokyo on Sunday afternoon, to check the latest anime/game street ads for my regular photo report. Check my new photo report of the streets below.
Tokyo Anime Center, located on the fourth floor of the Akihabara UDX building, is holding an exhibition dedicated to the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Otomeito's PSP otome game Norn9 Norn+Nonetto from January 25 to February 7, displaying character standees, scene panels and various production materials. Check the photo report after the jump!
Gamers' Akihabara main store has set up a little exhibition space titled "Dimension W Museum" featuring the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Yuji Iwahara's sci-fi action manga on its seventh floor since January 16, and it ends its two-week run today, January 31. Check the photo report after the jump.
One of the largest Japanese toy companies, Bandai has its headquarters in Asakusa, Tokyo. The current featured anime title on the front display section of the building is Mahou Tsukai PreCure!/Maho Girls PreCure!, the highly anticipated upcoming 13th PreCure TV series. Check the latest photo report after the jump.
Wrapping up a three-week COLORS theme, Fanart Friday is reminding you not to mix in any new red shirts with this week's laundry as we focus on WHITE! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces featuring your favorite white-clad (or white-repping) characters from No Game No Life, Final Fantasy, Deadman Wonderland, the Marvel universe, and much more!
In honor of the Crunchyroll Shorts Marathon Livestream happening today at 5pm PST over at www.crunchyroll.com/live, here’s an introduction to some of the very best short-length anime available for viewing right now on ‘ol CR. Your long wild weekend, full of shorts, begins after the jump!
On this week's Aniwords, Isaac discusses how the season's hit show, ERASED, uses the film motif to draw the audience in and comment on the anime itself. You won't want to miss this, so hit the jump and check it out!
This month on MONSTER MONDAYS, we showcase the Tanuki, an adorable raccoon-like beast that's renowned for being a mischievous, exceptionally-endowed critter. Check out anime sightings and more after the jump!
Whether it's a black shirt, a black jacket, or a little black dress, it goes with everything, whether as an accent or as an entire outfit! On this week's Fanart Friday, we get stylish and sleek with fan-made masterpieces of your favorite black-clad heroes and villains from Star Wars, DURARARA!!, D.Gray-Man, RWBY and much more!
Fourteen years after its release on the Gamecube, Resident Evil 0 is reborn on current-gen hardware, sporting remastered graphics, a playable Albert Wesker, and optional revamped controls! But is it enough to warrant digging up this classic game's grave, or would Capcom have done well to let Rebecca Chambers and Billy Coen rest in peace? Drag your sorry corpse over the jump to find out in our full review!