The Silver Guardian is an adorable based on a Chinese web comic written by Ling Meng and illustrated by Ming Xung. It's a classic boy-meets-girl story, but at least one writer sees it as something a little more than that. What makes this stereotypical narrative so touching at times in The Silver Guardian? Click to find out more!
As Black Clover progresses into its second cour, let’s look back on some of the animated highlights from the first thirteen episodes. Hit the jump for more!
At first glance, The Ryuo's Work is Never Done! seems like the Ro-Kyu-Bu! series, which is also a story about a teenage boy mentoring underage girls in a competitive sport/game. But even if Ro-Kyu-Bu! wasn't your thing and you have no interest in shogi, here's why you should watch The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!
In many ways, Food Wars! is basically any good adrenaline-filled shonen battle series, just with food instead of fists. But the cooking isn’t just a gimmick that could be replaced by martial arts or a strategy game. The nature of cooking shapes the battles themselves. Find out more after the jump.
I’m not really watching Black Clover for Asta. I’ve seen Asta’s story a million times before. But I am watching it for Yuno, Asta’s childhood friend and rival. He may not be the typical shonen hero because he starts off so talented and powerful compared to Asta, but I’m rooting for him to become the Wizard King. Find out why after the jump!
Despite sharing the same MMORPG theme, Recovery of an MMO Junkie and Sword Art Online are worlds apart in terms of genre and style. But what's the biggest difference between them, and does MMO Junkie have what it takes to stand out in an overcrowded genre? Read on to find out.
The first thing you should know about Kino's Journey -the Beautiful World- that you don’t need an introduction to get into this series. Each story is standalone. But if you're a fan of the light novels or the 2003 anime adaptation, you'll be happy to know that the most interesting stories will be adapted this season. Hit the jump for the full list of stories.
Kim was lucky enough to attend an advance screening of the first episode of the upcoming TV anime URAHARA inside a theater in Fuji Television (the TV network that will broadcast the show in Japan). Check out some first impressions as we wait for the show to begin streaming on Crunchyroll – and don't worry, the spoilers are kept to a minimum!
In preparation for the Bonbori Festival next month, I’ve been “festing it up” by watching Hanasaku Iroha. It’s actually my first time watching the series, and there were a lot of things that took me by surprise. For your convenience, I’ve decided to summarize my impression of the series under three headings: The Good, The Bad, and the Kawaii.
What's the best way to watch JoJo's Bizarre Adventure? It's simple - go to Japan and watch it in a 4D cinema. Hit the jump to find out more!
“What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us?” These three questions make up the title of WorldEnd: What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us? It’s a ridiculously long title to be sure, but in this anime’s case all three questions reflect the story’s main themes accurately.
If there’s one series that will attract strong opinions this season, it’s Eromanga Sensei. The anime takes the stereotypical characters in the light novel and makes their personalities shine. But it’s also a more extreme version of the light novel—in more ways than one. Is it worth watching?
Ever wondered how Japanese novels are adapted into anime? How do the anime and novel versions compare? Is the novel always better? In this issue of "Novel vs Anime," we look at INVADERS of the ROKUJYOMA!?, the slapstick comedy series about the most in-demand apartment ever. Hit the jump to read more!
The Devil is a Part-Timer! has been a fan favorite ever since it first aired in the spring of 2013. And that’s no surprise! There’s something inherently hilarious about watching a demon lord and his general adjust to life in modern Tokyo, where everyone—even demon lords—have to work to pay their rent. But there’s more to The Devil is a Part-Timer! than just “fish out of water” humor.
The butt-battling sports manga Keijo!!!!!!!! ended last Wednesday, after an abrupt announcement from the manga artist a week beforehand. What's the reason behind why it ended?