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    Friday February 11, 2022
  • FEATURE: 7 Anime Characters That Would Make For Terrible First Dates

    Celebrate Valentine's Day with a dash of cold water on the smoldering embers of romance

    It's Valentine's Day, and while some of us are feeling the bittersweet sting of Cupid's arrows, others instead are saying bah-humbug to the entire idea of romance by contemplating which fictional characters in the world of anime would make for terrible first date candidates. Hit the jump to throw a dash of cold water on the fires of love.

  • Wednesday December 22, 2021
  • Seven Seas Licenses Thunderbolt Fantasy Manga Adaptation

    Two-volume omnibus slated for October 2022 release

    Following up, Seven Seas Entertainment has also announced the acquisition of the Thunderbolt Fantasy manga adaptation authored by Gen Urobuchi and Yui Sakuma. Read on for the details.

  • Saturday December 18, 2021
  • RECS: The Best Anime To Check Out After You Watch The Witcher

    Let's run through a pile of post-Witcher recommendations!

    The Witcher is a delightful tale of swords and sorcery, stuffed to the brim with charming characters and exciting escapades. It also serves as a very near parallel for one of anime's most well-populated genres: Our Heroes Tramp Through The Woods For A While. Drawing from that beloved genre and many others besides, let's run down some post-Witcher anime recommendations!

  • Tuesday December 21, 2021
  • RECS: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Fans Will Want To Check Out These 4 Anime

    Need more action after Demon Slayer: Mugen Train? We got you

    Caught up with the Demon Slayer anime? Whether it be demon-hunting or supernatural epics, these four anime come highly recommended for any Demon Slayer fan looking for their next hidden gem!

  • Monday November 15, 2021
  • RECS: The Best Anime To Check Out After You Watch The Witcher

    Let's run through a pile of post-Witcher recommendations!

    The Witcher is a delightful tale of swords and sorcery, stuffed to the brim with charming characters and exciting escapades. It also serves as a very near parallel for one of anime's most well-populated genres: Our Heroes Tramp Through The Woods For A While. Drawing from that beloved genre and many others besides, let's run down some post-Witcher anime recommendations!

  • Friday August 27, 2021
  • Thunderbolt Fantasy Returns for More Puppet-Flinging Wuxia Adventure

    New project announced for Japanese / Taiwanese glove-puppet martial arts co-production

    Great news for all you fans of hot-blooded, martial arts puppet action! Thunderbolt Fantasy, the Japanese / Taiwanese co-production that combines the talents of Nitroplus, Good Smile Company, and Pili International Media to tell stories of daring fantasy adventure, has confirmed that a new installment is in-production. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Thursday July 1, 2021
  • INTERVIEW: Gen Urobuchi’s Creative Turning Point With Thunderbolt Fantasy

    Crunchyroll speaks with Gen Urobuchi himself about his high-flying puppet action series!

    Crunchyroll had a chance to speak with legendary anime screenwriter Gen Urobuchi himself to talk about his fantastical puppet action series Thunderbolt Fantasy, how he got TM Revolution to voice in the series, how the series has brought him to a turning point as a creator and more! Hit the jump to read the exclusive interview!

  • Thursday March 11, 2021
  • Thunderbolt Fantasy Season 3 Crosses Swords with Takanori Nishikawa Opening Theme

    Third season is on the way to TV in Japan on April 3

    Takanori Nishikawa, AKA T.M. Revolution, is officially on board once again to perform the opening theme song for Thunderbolt Fantasy Season 3. Read on for more.

  • Thursday February 4, 2021
  • Swords 'n Puppets Clash in Thunderbolt Fantasy Season 3 on April 3

    A new promo and cast additions are here for the anticipated return of the Japanese/Taiwanese production

    Following a delay due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Thunderbolt Fantasy Season 3 was rescheduled for April back in November of last year. Now we have a concrete date, so read on for more.