There are so many incredible mothers all across anime, manga and other fiction, so to celebrate Mother's Day, e-book website BookLive polled fans for their "Most Desirable Mother/Wife Character" and released the results, which included several new and old favorites. See the full list after the jump!
The beginning of a new year can be a stressful time even before we get to the matter of a new year's resolution, and many of our ultimate resolutions only last a few weeks. Today I'd like to celebrate a few shows that acknowledge that and that encourage self-improvement while accepting that personal growth is a very difficult road. Let's count down some anime to truly inspire your new year's resolutions!
Last year, we had the opportunity to sit down with Ed Chavez, the president of Denpa and talk about how Denpa was started, their core philosophies, and the deep level of care that goes into every volume they publish. Hit the jump to read!
Joey Bizinger (aka The Anime Man) joins us to share a list of 30 underrated anime you definitely need to watch. Explore the deeper parts of the anime iceberg with Joey and hit the jump!
North American manga publisher DENPA just had its panel at Anime NYC, and those in attendance were treated to some fresh announcements. Read on for details!
Hakusensha had announced that the PV and poster for the latest 16th volume of Chika Umino's March Comes In like a Lion manga will feature a "certain person" who has a love for the manga that even the author is surprised. Following the teaser clip that hid the person's face, the publisher posted a 30-second PV to reveal she is actress Tsubasa Honda (Winry Rockbell in Fullmetal Alchemist). Check out the clip after the jump!
Japanese manga artist Chika Umino has announced on her official Twitter account that the long-awaited next 16th volume of her award-winning manga Sangatsu no Lion / March Comes in Like a Lion is finally set to be released in Japan in the end of September 2021. It will have been 21 months since the previous 15th volume. Check out her message after the jump!
The 24th Japan Media Arts Festival announced its winners today, revealing that the already hugely award-winning TV anime series Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! won the grand prize in the animation division, and much-beloved manga March comes in like a lion taking the same crown in the manga division. More great works from the last year won honors, which can be found after the jump!