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    Wednesday November 19, 2014
  • A "Shirobako" Guide To Anime Industry Salaries

    If you're wondering how much the harried staff at Musashino Animation are taking home at the end of the day, a helpful infographic puts it all in perspective.

    If you're interested in the anime industry, this season's Shirobako anime about making anime is mandatory viewing. And, if you're watching the series and wondered how much the harried staff at Musashino Animation are taking home at the end of the day... when they do actually managed to get home, a helpful infographic puts it all in perspective. Get a look after the jump.

  • Sunday February 9, 2014
  • Source Material For Anime Over the Last Decade Charted

    How much anime was based on manga, visual novels, books and games for each year since 2000

    If you follow anime, you have some sense of the break down of how much of the medium is based on manga, visual novels, books (light novels mostly) and games, but this week, a redditor findingmadoka posted their tabulations and charts of how much anime is based on each category of source material. Get a look of how his has evolved since 2000 after the jump.

  • Thursday January 3, 2013
  • A Guide to the Girls' Uniforms of Winter 2013 Anime

    A fun way to survey the field of field of upcoming and starting anime

    Here's a fun way to survey the field of winter 2013 anime. Japanese fans have put together a rogue's gallery of representative student characters from the starting or upcoming anime. Get a look after the jump.

  • Thursday January 26, 2012
  • A History of "Gundam" Heroine Winners and Losers

    Infographic evidence that all's fair in love and war

    A new infographic looks at the history of Gundam works, down to the often forgotten live action feature G-Saviour, and singles out which heroines are the winners and which are the losers. See if you agree with the assessments and outcomes after the jump!

  • Monday December 12, 2011
  • Visual Guide to the Spring Anime Season 0.3

    More Fate/Zero, Kimi to Boku, Kore wa Zombie desu Ka, and Saki!

    Yeah, it's been two days since we posted a Visual Guide to Winter Anime, and most of those series haven't started yet, but, seriously, we're not trolling. That upcoming season is shaping up to be an interesting one, packed with continuations, superheroes and zombies. Get a preview after the jump.

  • Friday December 9, 2011
  • Visual Guide to the Winter Anime Season 3.0

    Winter is Coming!

    The winter anime season is being finalized with Symphogear, Aquarion EVOL and Inu x Boku SS being slotted... well, actually with specials like Lupin III: Chi no Kokuin Ein no Mermaid and OVAs like IS: Infinite Stratos Encore: Koi ni Kogareru Sextet, it's already happening. After the jump, check out the excitement of the coming months.

  • Monday October 31, 2011
  • Visual Guide to the Winter Anime Season 2.0

    Four Date Changes and Ten New Titles!

    If you're in a part of the US that just got slapped by a Halloween trick of a snow storm, then you're probably already in a winter state of mind. However, while there's likely to be bad weather ahead, from Kenshin, K-on! and Berserk movies to Black Rock Shooter and New Prince of Tennis TV series, there's also a promising slate of anime set to debut this winter. Pick your prospective treats in the visual guide to the season after the jump!

  • Thursday September 29, 2011
  • Infographic: Preliminary Winter Anime Chart

    The Anime Chart Elves Bring Us a Look a Season Ahead

    The fall anime season is just kicking off, but who doesn't want to get a bit greedy and check out what the future has to offer? After the jump, check out version 1.0 of the Winter 2011/2012 upcoming anime chart.

  • Friday September 2, 2011
  • Infographic: Anime Movie Opening Weekend Box Office

    Studio Ghibli Triumphant, with One Piece a Strong Contender

    On a scale of Redline (a dismaying 12.7 million yen for 56 screens) to Studio Ghibli's Arrietty the Borrower (1.34 billion yen on 447 screens), how do you think your favorite recent anime movie (mostly from 2010) did at the Japanese box office its opening weekend?  Find out in the infographic after the jump.