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The release of Durarara!!'s second cours dubbed started broadcasting last month and it went completely under my radar. 5 episodes in and I've become reacquainted with the denizens of Ikebukuro and the thin line called destiny that intertwines all of their actions together. Read more...
Another year, another new Gundam series. My interest in Sunrise and Bandai's flagship has waxed and waned over the years, but I'll be the first to admit that I'm rarely attracted to the "mainline" shows that make up the core of the franchise. Show More Summary
Watch live video from japanator on www.twitch.tv Since Lab Zero Game's Indiegogo campaign for their game known as Indivisible made its debut earlier in the week, I felt that this would be a good time to stream the title's prototype for...Show More Summary
BONES is just one of those studios that have a wide variety of work: from fantasy to dark drama to giant robots on hoverboards, the studio has an even more diverse work than those aforementioned things. Along with that diversity, they...Show More Summary
Welcome to Strong style, our coverage of NJPW on AXS TV. This week is a big one as we kick off FIVE weeks over coverage of the WrestleKingdom 9 show from the Tokyo Dome. WrestleKingdom is New Japan's big show, their WrestleMania. Although...Show More Summary
The Japan Animator Expo project's third season has released its final announced short (slightly NSFW), and they managed to end it with a huge bang. For the finale, Hiroyasu Kobayashi (The Rebuild of Eva movie series' CGI Director) unleashed...Show More Summary
If you took a look at all the shows that the anime studio BONES' body of work, you're gonna notice that they make stuff that looks a bit 'different' compared to the rest. By that, I mean they look stylish to varying degrees of craziness. Show More Summary
Today at Japanator we celebrate the patron saint of modern anime Haruhi Suzumiya, the titular character of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. She captured the hearts and minds of fans around the globe and because of her addictive personality even created a real fictional religion about spreading lots of excitement around the world. Read more...
I first found Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma through manga. Although I fell out of touch with the anime for several years, I've been periodically reading manga through that time. One of my favorites turned out to be Food Wars for its randomly perverted food reactions mixed with genuine cooking knowledge. Show More Summary
Stop me if you've heard this before, but this show is about a piece of military hardware, invented at some undetermined time in the future, that changes the very nature of warfare forever. Practically invincible on the battlefield and...Show More Summary
Like Christmas, Halloween, and other holidays that I like to celebrate maybe once or twice a year and the same holds true for the release schedule of the Monogatari series. Last year's holiday season brought the four-part epic Tsukimonogatari and this year we have a full 12 episode season which may be the last one of the series. Show More Summary
Forgive me for sounding like a broken record, as I'm sure I've said this in the past, but I'm a sucker for good romantic comedies. While there isn't exactly a big list of films I could point to, there are definitely a boatload of romantic anime I could recommend for anyone who'd listen like Toradora, Ichigo 100%, Tenchi Muyo!, or School Rumble. Show More Summary
Attack on Titan is one of those series that it doesn't matter what they do, people pay attention to it. The graphically violent and gruesome series shot to popularity first as a manga and then as an anime series. Soon all kinds of spin-offs...Show More Summary
I'm not too sure if Toei planned it to coincide with the month of Halloween, but this episode is scarier than the whole of the Thriller Bark Arc. Yep, the arc that is devoted to all things creepy and ghouly was showed up by an episode in the Dressrosa arc. I'd watch this episode with the lights on and when the little ones are already tucked into bed. Read more...
School-Live! (or Gakkou Gurashi!) nearly slipped under the radar. If you had no idea of the more sinister plot afoot, you'd probably skip the series thinking it's yet another show about four young girls doing young girl things. NoneShow More Summary
Before people start rolling their eyes at another post about a crowd-funded game needing backers, listen to me. These guys know what they're doing and they've gone through development hell with their last game and came out on top. Lab Zero Games, best known for the indie smash hit Skullgirls is working on their second game called Indivisible. Show More Summary
Have you ever had that feeling where a show that you’re keeping up with ends sooner than expected? In my case, it feels stranger for the latest Garo toku series to end at episode 23, since each installment of the franchise usually runs for 25 episodes. Show More Summary
One Punch Man is easily the most anticipated anime series of this Fall, and for good reason. ONE and Yusuke Murata's manga is a heavy hitter in the pages of Shonen Jump, and its lead character, Saitama, is the heaviest hitter of all. That...Show More Summary
Watch live video from japanator on www.twitch.tv Now that I beat Ys Origin as Hugo, it's time for me to travel into another title. Continuing from last week's segment, I'll be figuring out how to navigate through La-Mulana's ruins. Right now, I'm basically lost since the game requires for players to solve a few puzzles along the way. Show More Summary
When it was first announced that Spike Chunsoft's third Danganronpa game wouldn't be a visual novel, a lot of folks, including yours truly, were understandably apprehensive. Trigger Happy Havoc and its fantastic sequel Goodbye Despair were master-class examples of the medium, after all. Show More Summary