Have you ever wondered just how short Mineta is? If you’d tower over Deku? Who the tallest boy in Class I-A is? Even if you haven’t, I think you’ll enjoy this lovely illustration, reprinted with permission, and lining up (almost) all of the Class 1-A students by height. ★ 【亜ねず】 【ヒロアカ】1-A身長順 ☆ So tell us,… Read More Fanart Friday: MHA Class 1-A Heights!
Our special month-long promotion of Doki Doki News concludes today with our good friend, Christina Kelly, who joins us as our final guest newscaster. You’ll recognize her voice from Akame ga Kill (Mine), Golden Time (Koko), and Bottom-tier Character Tomozaki (Mimimi), among other series. Follow Christina on Twitter and Instagram, and please subscribe to us… Read More Doki Doki News: Live-Action Pokemon, ACNH Updates, and Guest Host Christina Kelly!
Relatively few fictional settings feature Christianity. There are a variety of reasons for this—some good and some…not. Even in the isekai stories of C. S. Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia and The Space Trilogy), where the God of the Bible is recognized in other worlds, the inhabitants of those other worlds don’t actually practice “Christianity”… Read More The Curious Incident of the Christianity in the Fictional Setting
Austin Tindle has been a mainstay at anime conventions over the past decade, having lent his voice to characters in some of the most popular anime of recent years, including Assassination Classroom (Karma), Tokyo Ghoul (Kaneki), The Ancient Magus Bride (Ruth), and Kaguya-sama: Love is War (Yu). We recently had a chance to visit with… Read More Interview with Kaneki and Karma’s Voice Actor, Austin Tindle
So yesterday I was looking for something new to watch, and remembered I hadn’t yet tried this new series, The Idaten Deities Know Only Peace. Since it isn’t an isekai, it slipped lower on my priority list; now there’s actually two episodes out. So I’ve seen both now, and, um, wow. It’s an experience. The… Read More First Impression: The Idaten Deities Know Only Peace
Rascal Does Not Dream of a Sister Home Alone Keji Mizoguchi’s Rascal series draws you in by the banter between Sakuta and his harem (particularly Mai), but really hinges on the believability of the Adolescent Syndrome (the mysterious happenings to the the protagonist and the girls around him) in each volume. I have issue, also,… Read More Reader’s Corner: Haruhi’s Intution, Social Media in the RPG World, and a Rascal and Sister Home Alone
This is a movie worthy of moving to the front of your watch list and then finding an excuse to take the next ninety minutes away from whatever it is you’re doing and go watch. Go on, I’ll wait. Seriously, it is a beautiful film that tells a charming story of young love using a… Read More Review: Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop
After more than two years without a theatrical release, the MCU returned to theaters a couple weeks back with Black Widow. Reviews and business have been solid, and I personally thought the film was spectacular. Better yet, for us anime fans, it’s given artists more opportunities to flex their creative muscles and create fanart of… Read More Fanart Friday: Black Widow Manga-Style
Our special month-long promotion of Doki Doki News continues with our fourth guest host! Today, Michelle Lee joins us as our newscaster. You’ll recognize her voice from Date A Live (Origami Tobiichi), Assassination Classroom (Sumire Hara), and Tokyo Ghoul (Kurona Yasuhisa), among other series. Follow Michelle on Twitter and Instagram, and please subscribe to us… Read More Doki Doki News: Hosoda vs. Miyazaki, Chung Drops Your Name, and Guest Host Michelle Lee!
Another “Cosplay Beats,” but this time from Paris herself! I had the opportunity to represent our blog at a convention for the first time and it was a blast! Being at Anime Matsuri for the first time since shut down was a surreal experience. I was surprised to see so many people again. The cosplayers… Read More Cosplay Beats! Anime Matsuri 2021