A Hanime, if you will.
A Hanime, if you will.
Plus-Ultra Punch! All-Might is barreling into the reality of Super Smash Bros., and everything is better for it.
Even though Rick and Morty hasn’t been on-air in a distressingly long time, the creative team behind the show is hard at work on getting the upcoming episodes of the series ready.
The grim world of Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan manga has evolved into a multimedia franchise as gigantic as its titular titan behemoths, with movies, spinoffs, and a popular anime series. But now the series is doing something a little different: an English-language novel for young adults, and io9 has a sneak peek.
Ingress: The Animation will be coming to Netflix in October.
Anime Expo is upon us, and Netflix is taking the opportunity to remind us that it has a metric buttload of anime and anime-adjacent shows on the way, with returning series like the bloody awesome Castlevania adaptation and the extremely cathartic return of Aggretsuko. But it’s also got a couple more surprises on the…
Like any prolific director, anime legend Hayao Miyazaki has a few preoccupations in his writing. Particularly, he’s fascinated by the natural world, and the conflict between man’s desires and nature’s power.
If you could travel back in time and fix one of your biggest regrets, would you? It’s a pretty familiar question in scifi films, but Fireworks looks to explore it in a very new and exciting way—one that involves an object resembling a time-traveling Poké Ball.
When Attack on Titan premiered, it was a riveting, revolutionary dark fantasy series full of giant monsters and the pressure of seemingly inevitable Armageddon. Everyone loved it, myself included, until the show’s pace started to slow down, some odd plot twists were introduced, and the darkness became a little…
After almost a year of waiting, we finally know when to expect Adult Swim’s new continuations of Gainax’s beloved, weird-as-hell coming of age anime FLCL—and we’re getting a double dose of it this year, to boot.
We know by now that Michael B. Jordan, who plays Erik Killmonger in the Black Panther film, is a bonafied anime stan. But what if Killmonger was, too?
Michael B. Jordan’s stellar turn as Black Panther’s complex villain figure Erik Killmonger has the world talking. Sure, they’re talking about how great he is in Black Panther, but they’re also talking about something else: the fact that the young actor loves himself some anime, and is loud and proud about it.
Evgenia Medvedeva is known for two things: 1) being an incredible figure skater—she competed in the Olympics earlier today—and 2) loving Sailor Moon. This resulted in a fantastic Sailor Moon-inspired routine she performed at the 2017 ISU World Team Trophy. And that’s resulted in someone making a video that matches her…
We’ve already seen Junpei Mizusaki’s wild-sounding Batman Ninja in action. But now we finally know when to expect it—and what the amazing adventures of a modern-day Batman in Feudal Japan are going to sound like in English.
Some have called it a myth. Others say it’s an elaborate trolling campaign. And the handful of mega-otakus who claim to actually engage in it don’t quite understand what all the fuss is about; yet, every now and then, you’ll see it crop up again and again on anime forums all across the internet, drawing paragraphs of…
In just eleven days, Godzilla: Monster Planet, an anime monster flick that boasts the largest Godzilla mankind has ever faced. Get ready for the pure kaiji glory with this release trailer.
I spend a lot of time on the internet, and I’m going to level with you: I have no idea how “Steamed Hams” became a meme.
Mary and the Witch’s Flower, the first film from animation house Studio Ponoc, looks to be a beautiful spectacle on par with Studio Ghibli—no surprise, considering it’s directed by former Ghibli director Hiromasa Yonebayashi. If you need proof, just check out this stunning opening sequence.
January is usually a dark time for new movies, but one movie hopes to brighten all that up in 2018: Mary and the Witch’s Flower.
Many live-action anime adaptations are objectively terrible, but Robot Underdog’s Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope manages to set itself apart. Not with incredibly high production values or brilliant fight sequences, but with an earnest love and respect for the series that it’s based on.