If you haven’t yet met our cosplayer, Paris, yet, what better way than through a stream? And what more fitting thing for her to do in her C.C. (Code Geass) cosplay than a Pizza Hut mukbang? For those of you new to cosplay / idol streams, a mukbang (먹방) is an event in which the… Read More Cosplay Beats: A Pizza Hut Mukbang with C.C. from Code Geass!
Today’s article is a guest post from Kenneth See, a missionary teacher in Taiwan. You can read more of his writing and connect to him through the Silk Road Mission website. Where you fear to go is where you must go… Back in 2019 when Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba) premiered, it became an instant… Read More Demon Slayer and Salvation in the “Sonlight”
The Star Wars saga begins with the specter of the Empire literally hanging over the rebellion, as a Star Destroyer approaches and attacks the Tantive IV, Leia Organa’s small vessel. A destructive and violent Darth Vader boards the corvette, but meets his match in the diminutive princess. Though he arrests her, she is defiant and… Read More Review: Star Wars Leia, Princess of Alderaan, Vol. 1 (Manga)
Today we have a guest post from an old and familiar friend, Matthew, who in addition to having written many articles for us during his time on staff, formerly hosted the Team Anchester portion of the TangleCast. I hope you enjoy his brief return to the blog as he discusses on his favorites, Berserk. Hey,… Read More Berserk Chapter 362: The Old Gods
October is a month of ghoulish celebration, and David, Peter, and Holly are participating in their own unique way by watching Death Parade, the critically-acclaimed anime series about death, judgment, and the afterlife. Come join the team as they discuss this modern classic that alternates between high energy episodes filled with a macabre sense of… Read More TangleCast 82: Celebrate HOLLYween with a Death Parade!
Following up our recent interview with the directors of Appare-Ranman, Caitlin Glass and Shawn Gann, we’ve had the opportunity to also speak with a number of the voice actors involved in the dubbed version of this wonderful anime about a diverse group of characters involved in a transcontinental car race. First up are Lee George… Read More Interview with Lee George, Ivan Jasso, and Emi Lo of Appare-Ranman!
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In 2017, Spoke Art opened an exhibition in its San Francisco gallery featuring pieces inspired by the works of acclaimed and Oscar-winning animator, Hayao Miyazaki. A success, they would repeat it in the following years, traveling the show to New York and then Los Angeles, showing hundreds of varied pieces with all this is common:… Read More My Neighbor Hayao: A Dreamy Collection of Miyazaki-Inspired Art
Ao Haru Ride, Vol. 13 After thirteen volumes, Ao Haru Ride has come to an end, but instead of celebratory feelings, I couldn’t shake an irksome question: Why is it that this story just never really works? The unlikeable lead characters are one reason, with Kou and Futaba hurtling forward, especially in this volume, without… Read More Otaku Reader’s Corner: Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, TPN Side Story, and the Final Ao Haru Ride
Why has Toradora retained its popular all these years while other anime romcoms, so beloved in their time, gone by the wayside? I would say that a substantial reason for its enduring admiration is because of the development of the central relationship between Ryuuji and Taiga: It’s messy and authentic, and actually leads somewhere. The… Read More Ryuuji is Mine! Taiga’s Protection and Jealousy