Category: Anime

Neon Genesis Evangelion: TV Animation Production Art Collection to be Published in March

If you enjoy the art of anime, you’re in for a treat, as Neon Genesis Evangelion: TV Animation Production Art Collection is set to be published in March of 2019. This volume for hardcore anime fans collects the making of one of the most influential Kaiju series in what will be the ultimate com...

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REVIEW: Dragon Ball Super: Broly (2019)

Dragon Ball Super saw the return of the beloved Dragon Ball franchise. With it came new adventures for Goku, Vegeta, and the rest of the Z fighters. Following the conclusion of DBS, everyone knew that there was more to come from this franchise. DBS was never the series with innovative ideas, so it m...

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Spirited Away: An In-Depth Look

A film is a form of art, no matter how it presents itself. You can use the depiction of a narrative to tell great stories about the world, and how emotions and issues all come to fruition in the everyday life of the human species. Whether your story takes place in our reality or a …

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REVIEW: Your Lie in April (2014-2015)

Okay, this may sound like a whopping cliché, but Your Lie in April is one of those anime that will appeal to a lot of different people in a lot of different ways. The anime takes its audience on a journey of love, life, and music. It is a brilliant work of art that portrays …

You Should be Watching: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979)

Welcome back to You Should be Watching, where we seek out underseen and underloved films and series. This week, we’re off on the adventure of a lifetime with Lupin III in The Castle of Cagliostro. Lupin III, also known in Japan as Arsène Lupin, began as a manga series in 1967, the popularity of w...

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REVIEW: Mirai (2018)

Family is a powerful word. When we think of family, we often think of some of the most important people in our lives. Mirai is a movie that understands the importance of family and decides to tell that story through the lens of a young boy named Kun. Mamoru Hosoda has been one of my favorite filmm...

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