The Angel Beats! TV anime's first episode was aired in Japan just ten years ago from today, April 2, 2010. And the fifth anniversary for the Charlotte TV anime, both series were created by Jun Maeda, is also approaching. The official Twitter for both anime says some kind of new project for the memorial year may be announced soon. Hit the jump for more details.
Crunchyroll expands international avaiability of fan favorite Angel Beats! along with subtitle options for Spanish and Portuguese. Hit the jump for the details.
Stealers of secrets, openers of doors, destroyers of firewalls, and masters of the web. Hackers are a standby in any action series taking place anywhere from the modern day to the far future, serving as operators and plot devices to keep stories moving. Anime-Planet has put it to a vote to let fans decide which they most love and hate, so hit the jump to see the top 5 loved and hated hackers!
Anime has a way of separating itself from other forms of media, both in its style and the way certain oddities propogate across the medium. Character quirks like a wayward hair, an angry way of showing love, or a strange obsession dark powers show up pretty often and beg to be made into lists. Anime-Planet has gone one further, categorizing them and letting you vote for the ones you love and hate! Hit the jump to see the top 5 in each area for a fan favorite, snaggleteeth!
Suplexes are a common occurrance anime, but why is one of the most difficult to execute proffesional wrestling moves always showing up in Japanese high school? Hit the jump to discover the history between Japan and the suplex and the six most impressive executions of everyones favorite move in anime!
There’s nothing more magical than a royal wedding, but some of these anime classics might come close! When it comes to romance, anime loves to tease, so when two character finally tie the knot it's always that much more special! Hit the jump to count down the top anime weddings as we prepare for the royal union!
Angel Beats! the 2010 TV anime from P.A. Works and Aniplex, based on story and design from visual novel maker Key's (Kanon, Air) Jun Maeda and Na-Ga, will soon be heading into the afterlife, as least as far as the Sentai Filmwork release goes. To see the series off, Sentai is putting the popular title on sale. More after the jump.