You can't turn back the hands of time, but you can realize with growing shock and horror that the year 2010 was a decade ago and a bunch of the coolest anime titles from that time period are slowly but inexorably sliding from the "modern classic" category into the plain old "classic" category. Hit the jump to join us as we look back at ten titles from 2010 that we are surprised to see turn 10 years old.
The grim specter of Valentine's Day is once again rearing its ugly head, but this year we're here for all of the "black Cupid" anime fans out there who'd like a little bitterness and eccentricity mixed in with all of the lovey-dovey stuff as we browse a selection of titles in which the romantic is off-kilter, asymmetrical, or just plain weird. Hit the jump to learn more.
Kodansha Comics rolled out some new announcements during Anime NYC, including a mix of new licenses and the start of a KC 4 ALL campaign that will introduce new digital-first manga to audience members of all ages starting November 20. Read on for details.
It’s another magnificent day for the Crunchyroll catalog as a batch of new titles arrive via our friends at Funimation. And this time, Disgaea, Princess Jellyfish, and Eden of the East (both the original series and two movies!) are on the menu! Read on for full details!
Recovery of an MMO Junkie is nearing its conclusion, but it's not the end of the world! While there aren't any anime quite like MMO Junkie's novel romance, there are plenty that have just as much to offer. Whether you were attracted to the goofy lovebirds Moriko and Sakurai, the interaction of gaming and real-life, or Moriko's struggles with modern society, we've got plenty of recommendations! Hit the jump to find your next favorite anime!
Akiko Higashimura's delightful romantic comedy manga, Princess Jellyfish (Kuragehime in the original Japanese) is being adapted into a live-action TV drama that will broadcast on Fuji TV beginning in January of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
This week, manga readers are getting a penultimate visit to Amamizukan. Akiko Higashimura's Princess Jellyfish manga returned to josei magazine Kiss having announced plans to conclude, then, going on hiatus from the January 2016 issue. The September issue, out on July 25th, is announcing that the series will end in the following October issue, out on August 25th. More after the jump.
A perfect meal to eat- you can throw anything in here and it would taste amazing. Just maybe not any jellyfish...Click through to read more!
Ready or not, it's that time of year again. Yep, the best of lists have started coming out. Amazon has selected 20 books in an unranked order, and, in the Comics and Graphic Novels category, manga entries included Akiko Higashimura's josei comedy Princess Jellyfish, published by Kodansha Comics (the digital version is on Crunchyroll) and Shigeru Mizuki's seminal all-ages yokai manga Birth of Kitaro.