United they stand, divided they fall, but nothing can truly disassemble this team! This week, in celebration of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Fanart Friday hosts an all-AVENGERS installment! Hit the jump and check out your favorites from Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
Martial arts movies come and go, but Donnie Yen is always a draw for action fans! 2014 hit Kung Fu Jungle comes to the US as the more blatantly descriptive Kung Fu Killer, where Donnie Yen must help the police track down a murderer who's targeting martial arts masters! Is it worth your time? Check out our full review after the jump!
"Even when I'm old and my spine's bent, my soul's got to be straight!" Gintama's return was anticipated for a reason, and on this week's Fanart Friday, Nate goes on a tour of the series' best and brightest! Grab a strawberry milk and hit the jump for an all-Gintama Fanart Friday!
Asian action films are a huge influence on anime (and vice-versa), and Nate recently had a chance to speak with Teddy Chen, the director of Bodyguards and Assassins and the recent Kung Fu Killer, starring Donnie Yen! Hit the jump to hear what Teddy has to say about filming final battles, artists who've inspired him, and more!
Being the nerds they are, Nate and Baker didn't gamble in Vegas--they were busy playing video games! Hit the jump to get highlights from Bandai Namco's Global Gamers' Day, featuring early looks at Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Project X Zone 2, and more!
Another six months, another recap episode of Fanart Friday! From Rumbles and Regents Edition all the way to last week's Jump, Jump Edition, catch up on any installments of Fanart Friday you might have missed, along with some fresh new reader submissions and a chance to win some Premium+ time! Hit the jump to check it all out!
It's food, fanservice, and fun as as hit Weekly Shonen Jump cooking battle manga Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma joins the Spring 2015 streaming lineup on Crunchyroll! Join Yukihira Soma in his culinary crucible and get more details on this hot new series after the jump!
Treasure's great and all, but girls are so much more interesting! Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? joins Crunchyroll's Spring 2015 streaming lineup--hit the jump for more details on this highly-anticipated fantasy comedy!
Our three-week theme focusing on the biggest shonen manga publications ends with a look at Weekly Shonen Jump! Learn a little more about the magazine that leads the charge for anime and manga fans all around the world, and check out fan-made masterpieces featuring One Piece, Nisekoi, Death Note, Medaka Box and much more!
It's been a long road from mobile to the PSP, with Final Fantasy Type-0 now on PS4 and Xbox One! But is this just a forgettable pack-in vehicle for the included Final Fantasy XV demo, or is Type-0's world of militarized schools, warmongering empires, and brutal death worth digging into? Hit the jump to check out our full review!
Continuing a three-week theme focusing on the top weekly shonen publications, Fanart Friday flips through the pages of Weekly Shonen Sunday! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces featuring Sunday's best, including Denpa Kyoshi, Flame of Recca, Silver Spoon, Inuyasha and much more!
Gearing up for a three-week theme covering the biggest weekly shonen publications, Fanart Friday starts with the original, the very aptly-named Weekly Shonen Magazine! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from your favorite Magazine titles including Fairy Tail, GTO, Hajime no Ippo, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, and much more!
Call to Cosplay is back for a second season, and they start by hunting the most dangerous game! No, not man, but Rathalos and the other creatures of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate! Hit the jump for more details on this crossover cosplay showdown!
Here we go again--once known as Brick House Edition, then renamed to Delightfully Tacky Edition, this week's Fanart Friday is reborn as THE HAWTNESS EDITION (again), ending a two-week theme with your favorite SEXY (fictional) WOMEN! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces featuring your favorite head-turning ladies from Fairy Tail, Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, Final Fantasy, Assassination Classroom, and more!
A team of four human Hunters must band together to take down a rampaging Monster and save a colony on the edge of explored space--(or a single hungry Monster must wipe out four annoying humans and an eyesore of a colony) but is it really worth the effort? Hit the jump for our full review of Evolve, from the makers of the Left 4 Dead series!