Just in time for his birthday, we're celebrating the storied career of Shinichiro Watanabe! From his beloved genre melds to his more recent dramatic productions, let's explore what makes all of his works special and unique.
Although screenwriter Keiko Nobumoto passed away in December of 2021 at the age of 57, her legacy lives on, and now a group of her colleagues is paying tribute to her memory with a special screening and talk event entitled "The World of Screenwriter Keiko Nobumoto ~ Its Charms and What She Left Behind ~" which will be held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Hall Mixa venue on May 07, 2022. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's National Pet Day! Hit the jump and let's talk about 6 of anime's very best good boys!
With the Funimation library currently migrating over to Crunchyroll, we've got an astounding array of new anime to choose from. Today, I'm here to help sort through that anime overload and recommend a few top selections from the new arrivals. Let's check 'em out!
A great opening is more than just a fun fusion of animation and song: it can set the tone for your show, help establish the main personalities, or even establish a conversation between itself and its own show. Today on Why It Works, let's explore a few of the many ways a great opening can elevate your favorite anime!
Cowboy Bebop has become a legend in the anime world for all sorts of reasons, from its use of cinematic influences to the unforgettable soundtrack. But perhaps the most memorable element of this classic is its confidence. Hit the jump to see how confidence turns Bebop into a masterpiece!
Anime screenwriter Keiko Nobumoto, who worked on the scripts for notable series such as Cowboy Bebop, Wolf's Rain, Tokyo Godfathers and more, passed away on December 1. Read on to learn more about her life and work.