Sadako at the End of the World is a new, one volume manga series from Yen Press. You might recognize the name of the titular character—yes, it’s Sadako, the creepy girl from from The Ring, and this work introduces the horror icon into a world nearing the end of times. What could go wrong? Review… Read More Manga Review: Sadako at the End of the World
The first chapter of the new series Sakamoto Days dropped on Shonen Jump today. Sakamoto Days is a tale as old as time—man becomes incredibly effective assassin; man becomes world-renowned for his prowess; man suddenly falls in love and gives it all up. Wait, what? The introduction shows readers quickly, without being too pushy, Taro… Read More Manga First Impression: Sakamoto Days
Ever been winter camping? Although I grew up doing a lot of camping, it always in the spring or fall, so it’s been both fun and a learning experience for me to see how the girls of the Outdoor Activities Circle (and other friends) have camped during winter in Laid-Back Camp (Yuru Camp). And in… Read More Fanart Friday: Warm Up with Laid-Back Camp’s Outdoor Activities Circle!
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of November 15th through 21st! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you among the lucky ones to procure… Read More Doki Doki News: PS5 Sales, the Shirobako Movie, and Kishimoto to Boruto!
The year is 2301 A.D. If you’re a Klingon, it’s a great year for a nice, sweet, warm Bloodwine. However, if you’re 15-year-old Akari Mizunashi, it’s a great year to make a major life-changing move to make your dreams come true. To each their own, really. Our salmon-haired girl is on her way from Manhome… Read More Review: Aria the Animation (Blu-Ray)
Today we continue a final series of Throwback Thursday posts that run through the end of 2020 and help in celebrating our 10th anniversary! Twwk returns to one of this blog’s original columns, “The Invisible God,” in today’s article. We hope you’ll enjoy, and also continue to stay tuned as other current and former writers… Read More Throwback Thursday: The Invisible God and A Place Further Than the Universe
Most relationships in life are fleeting—they last a few weeks or months or years, and then either disappear or fall into the long lull of hibernation, awakening only occasionally for a quick chat or “Happy birthday” message. But even among these more temporal relationships, there are a few for each person that were once so… Read More The Intensity and Love of a Pancreas-Eating Relationship
In a recent episode, the TangleCast crew tackled a Hayao Miyazaki’s classic film (based on the classic story), Howl’s Moving Castle. Among the topics they covered was how the anime’s most impactful moments. Watch Holly, Peter, and David discuss some of them below, which all revolve around the master’s animation, infused by his creativity and emotion.… Read More Video: The TangleCast Crew Discusses Impactful Moments and Animation of Howl’s Moving Castle
I think the best word to describe Noragami Aragoto, the second season of the series about a little known god of calamity, is surprising. After an initial series that was sometimes very good (as in the arc about Yukine and Yato’s blight), but also sometimes bad (as in the anime-original conclusion) and ultimately uninspiring, season… Read More Yatogami and the Disappearing Yahweh
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of November 8th through 14th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Excited for Earwig and the Witch? Do you… Read More Doki Doki News: Demon Slayer Movie, Seven Deadly Sins, and New Studio Ghibli!