Bananyas - cats that also happen to be bananas. They’re truly greater than the sum of their parts, the most delectable and delightful creatures around!! But which Bananya is your favorite? We’d love to know!!
Bleach is over. Nisekoi is over. Toriko is over. After 40 years, KochiKame is over. Now, Japanese manga readers have been giving some thought to which manga defines that notable home of the hits, Shonen Jump. From December 20-January 3, a goo poll took over 3000 votes for the magazine's next signature series. Gintama was excluded (maybe because it's ending). One Piece was excluded (maybe because it would be too obvious).
When μ's decided to handle the third years' graduation. Subaru and Emilia's reunion. Mother's Rosario. Whether it's triumph or tragedy; a great battle or just closing the book on a stage of life, anime offers plenty of reasons to bring out a handkerchief. Charapedia asked its Japanese anime fans to name the anime that stir up emotions in their latest 10,000 Reader Poll.
Who won your heart in 2016? Charapedia asked the question in their latest 10,000. Looking for characters featured in the year's broadcast series, they got 58 suggestions for the most attractive anime character that was 57.9% female and 71.2% in their teens and 20's. Check out the results after the jump.
It's time to say goodbye to fall 2016's slate of anime. Was it a good harvest? And, as its series complete their runs, fans looked ahead to winter 2017's line-up of sequels, new adaptations and even a few originals, and weigh in on what's they're most looking forward to. Charapedia's 10,000 Reader Poll on the subject got 44 suggested titles from a pool of voters that was 51.9% male and 68.8% in their teens and 20's.
Every year since 2004's '05 guide, Takarajimasha publishes Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! (This Light Novel is Amazing!), an overview of what's new and hot in Cool Japan's illustrated prose. With descriptions of what's on the shelves, it offers top lists of the fan favorites, as selected by online polls. As expected, Re:Zero certainly does well in the new 2017 guide. But, it's not number #1. See what was featured after the jump.
Hello everyone!! Today we’ll be releasing the results of our recent FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST POLL! To celebrate both Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood AND Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shamballa now being available on Crunchyroll, we ran a poll on the front page of Crunchyroll to figure out who the most popular characters from the franchise are in 2016.
Millennials, now it's your turn. After their 90s polls, Charapedia did a pair for the next decade, running 10,000 Reader surveys asking fans to name their favorite anime theme song from the 00s by a male singer and favorite anime theme song from the 00s by a female singer. Check out the results after the jump.
Looking back two decades or more, Japanese site Charapedia has asked fans to name their favorite anime themes (opening or ending) of the 1990's in a pair of 10,000 Reader Polls, split up by gender of the anison singer. The pool of voters was 61.6% male in the female singer survey and 68.3% male in the male singer survey. Check out the results after the jump.
After Bubblegum Crisis, Masaki Kajishima and Hiroki Hayashi played with the trend of having a cast largely comprised of one gender, plus a representative of the other. That sci-fi comedy sounds simple and fun enough, but they wound up contributing to popularizing the harem genre and developing a singularly powerful character intermarried with the ruling bodies of the universe through a convoluted mythos. And, that's unforgivable.
How many anime series do you watch per season? Really watch. Not just sample. College student-centric site Gakumado asked its readers how many anime series they follow during the course of a cour/quarterly cycle. Get the figures after the jump.
Here's a somewhat fraught subject. Goo Rankings asked Japanese anime fans to name their favorite otokonoko - a term more applicable to otaku culutre, fictional characters and performative appearance than gender identity IRL. In a new poll, they asked Japanese fans to name their favorite male character who looks or dresses in a female fashion. See who they picked after the jump.
Generally fans and critics prefer the original to the adaptation. The book is better than the movie. The manga is between than the anime. The anime is better than the movie. However, sometimes, at least arguably, that isn't the case. Japanese ranking site Goo has done one of their polls, asking fans to name a series where the anime adaptation improved on the original manga.