Fiction loves a good monster, and that's especially true of anime. But what shows like In/Spectre, Yu Yu Hakusho, Pokémon, and many others do with their monsters is surprisingly thoughtful. Hit the jump to see what we can learn from stories about terrifying creatures!
The official YouTube channel for five-member Japanese rock band Uso to Chameleon (Lie and a Chameleon) has started streaming a full-length music video for their major debut single song "Mononoke in the Fiction." The rock tune was newly written/composed/performed as the OP theme for the ongoing TV anime In/Spectre. See their bizarre world after the jump.
Anime tropes can be fun, and mixing together different tropes is an easy way to create a fun new series. But sometimes turning the tropes on their head can be even more fun, and few love playing with cliches more than Blast of Tempest's Kyou Shirodaira. Check under the jump for a look at the exciting ideas of In/Spectre!
With the winter premieres at last concluded, it's time to take stock of the new anime season, and pick out the most promising anime of the new year. Today on Why It Works, I've got a pile of recommendations to help with exactly that. Let's get to it!
The official YouTube channel for 36-year-old voice actor Mamoru Miyano has started streaming a four-minute music video for his 18th single song "LAST DANCE." The jazzy tune is now featured as the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime In/Spectre, in which he is also cast as its male protagonist Kuro Sakuragawa. Check out the crossover jazz song after the jump!
Four days prior to its TV premiere in Japan, the official website for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Kyo Shirodaira's supernatural mystery novel series In/Spectre has announced that the first DVD/Blu-ray volume including its first three episodes is set to be released on March 25, 2020. Check out the newly-drawn jacket illustration by the anime character designer Takatoshi Honda after the jump!
Upcoming romance x supernatural x mystery TV anime series, In/Spectre, released its third trailer today, with characters from the series questioning if Steel Lady Nanase really exists and what she is. The Crunchyroll co-production, from the mind of author Kyo Shirodaira, and directed by Keiji Gotoh (Kiddy Grade) at Brain’s Base (One Week Friends) debuts soon on the platform. Hit the jump to check out the trailer!