Hey, everyone, if you fancy yourself a fan of the spookier side of our hobby, Otaku USA magazine has a new free e-Book available for download. Japanese Horror: Anime, Manga & Film is officially live here, and all you have to do is sign up for the free newsletter, which includes a bunch of regular content—news, interviews, and reviews of theatrical releases—from our editors in Japan. Read on for more.
Those of you looking for some fresh reading material can now nab some free content from the folks at Otaku USA magazine in The Very Best Anime Guide. The e-book is available for download via the Otaku USA website, and all you have to do is sign up for the free newsletter, which includes regular doses of reviews, features, and news straight from Japan. Read on for more!
Otaku USA contributor Danica Davidson recently sat down for a chat with Ken Pontac, a writer of everything from Sonic the Hedgehog games, to MadWorld, to episodes of Happy Tree Friends. Read their conversation 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!
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!
Now that the Flowers of Evil anime has wrapped up its fabulously divisive run on Crunchyroll, OTAKU USA magazine takes a look back at what director Hiroshi Nagahama and the staff at ZEXCS hath wrought. Read on, and weigh in with your own opinions after the jump!