Square Enix is teaming up with Penguin Random House to bring new books and manga to English readers! Fans of Soul Eater, Final Fantasy, and more can look forward to fresh content in the coming months. Get the scoop after the jump!
Looking for the perfect anime to watch this Halloween? Whether you're in the mood for cute cryptids, musical zombies, or high octane nightmare fuel, Crunchyroll has what you need in our catalogue. Get five of our Halloween viewing night picks after the jump!
Half-man and half-wolf, werewolves transform in the light of the full moon or, more often, whenever they want really, into in bloodthirsty beast. Or maybe just the head of the newspaper club? Tragically playing second fiddle to vampires, werewolves have a lot of unexplored potential waiting to be appreicated! Hit the jump for part 3 of our 5-Part Halloween-themed October special, the 5 most loved and hated werewolves!
You figure they would pretty reliably be the bad guys, but anime has a way of taking liberties with common assumptions. Evil or not, they're definitely from hell, or at least their parents are. Hit the jump for part 2 of our 5-Part Halloween-themed October special, top 5 loved and hated demons in anime!
Some people are so unstoppable not even death can slow them down. Others get a bit of help. Undead are among the spookiest residents of your favorite horror movies, so were taking a look at the most recognisable in the first of a special 5-Part series for October. Anime-Planet has put it to a vote to let fans decide which of the unliving they most love and hate, so hit the jump to see the top 5 loved and hated undead in anime!
David Lynch’s television show caught the attention of audiences across the globe, but did you know that the show was an especially huge hit in Japan? Twin Peaks exerts its influence still today in media, so hit the jump to take a look at some of the ways it’s influenced Japanese pop-culture and anime!
Prolific voice actor Takehito Koyasu turns 50 today! What's your favorite role of his? There's hundreds to choose from! Help us celebrate after the jump!
Atsushi Ōkubo wrapped up Soul Eater in 2013 and Not! in 2014 before launching sci-fi firefighter series Fire Force in 2015 (North American release debuted last month). That said, it's Christmas, so Ōkubo brought back a favorite for Christmas. Get a look after the jump.
On this week's Aniwords, Isaac tackles Studio Trigger's new show, Kiznaiver, and takes a closer look at the Kizuna system and how it works (and doesn't work) to help the series' cast grow closer together. Hit the jump to check out his thoughts!
This week on Aniwords, Isaac takes a look the "mean girls" of anime—those girls who are defined just as much by their flaws as by their strengths—and talks about why these kinds of characters are so important amidst their more idealized counterparts. Hit the jump, or you can't sit with us!
English anison cover singer Amanda "AmaLee" Lee is back, working with Dima Lancaster on a medley of Your Lie in April music, including "Hikaru Hara" (OP1), "Nanairo Symphony" (OP2), "Kirameki" (ED1) "Orange" (ED) and with Dj-Jo on Soul Eater's second opening, "Papermoon." Check them out after the jump.