Crunchyroll's production team is at it again with another informative, insightful, and entertaining behind the scenes documentary. Following previous videos diving into the production of Dr. STONE and Food Wars!, this one takes us down a different path to find out how a NENDOROID is made. Hit the jump to watch!
In the latest third episode of NHK's documentary program "Tokyo Miracle," Japanese actor Takeru Sato (Rurouni Kenshin) visited Studio Ghibli to interview its producer Toshio Suzuki and director Hayao Miyazaki. It was Miyazaki's first interview after he withdrew his retirement in November 2016. First, Sato asked Suzuki about the state of progress of Miyazaki's next film. Hit the jump for the story.
Netflix recently announced a new original documentary called Enter the Anime, which aims to go behind the scenes with the creators of shows like Aggretsuko, Castlevania, and more. Check out a trailer after the jump.
Anime has the power to uplift, inspire, and change lives. Hit the jump to see how fans, just like, you, have found empowerment and identity through our favorite art form in Fan Chronicles!
The official website for TBS' long-running human documentary program Jounetsu Tairiku (literally means Passion Continent) has announced that its next episode to be aired on November 18 will focus on 32-year-old manga artist Hajime Isayama, best known for his internationally popular series Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan. Hit the jump for more details.
What's your anime origin story? Has anime influenced you to pick up a new hobby, learn a new skill, visit a new place, or pursue your dream career? Hit the jump to find out how you can share your story with us, and the rest of the world!
Mike Daniels of the Green Bay Packers is an "anime fan first, a football player second." The athlete shares his love of Dragon Ball, and how his fandom helped him through hard times in his life, in a new documentary created by Crunchyroll. Read more about it after the jump!
For those of us that grew up around the time that Street Fighter II and Final Fight were arcade mainstays, the one thing that most people remember besides the gameplay was the striking artwork and character designs, recreated obsessively by fans in the past two decades. Hit the jump for the documentary
Hardcore Shenmue fans are a dedicated lot. Would Yu Suzuki really be able to realize his dream of making Shenmue III without years and years of outspoken fans crying for more? This dedication shines through in A Gamer's Journey: The Definitive History of Shenmue, an upcoming documentary from cinematographer/filmmaker Adam Sipione. Hit the jump for a trailer.