We’re super excited to announce the next guest for our summer series of Instagram live streams! We’ll be chatting with voice actress, Christina Kelly, who you may recognize from her work on Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki (Mimimi), Golden Time (Koko), and Akame ga Kill (Mine), among many other series. We also had an opportunity to speak… Read More Instagram Live Stream with Akame Ga Kill and Golden Time VA, Christina Kelly!
Much like anything else crafted, developed, or fashioned by human hands, at its heart, anime is about people. I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing many of those creative souls who bring the medium to English speaking audiences. They each have their own personal stories, the often twisty and winding paths that led them to where… Read More Golden Time and Akame Ga Kill’s Christina Kelly Was Meant to be a Voice Actress
This will officially be my final column of Something More. It’s been such a pleasure to use my Google keyword skills (ha!) to hunt down articles at the crossroads of faith and fandom. Never fear: you haven’t seen the last of this column. Starting October, I’ll be passing the torch to Samuru, so send him… Read More Something More: To Akame Ga Kill or Akame Ga Save?, Berserk’s Mercy, and Shinigami Eyes for Christians
Chris Kincaid wrote a really interesting article recently comparing Superman and Goku, grounding it in the idea that the two heroes are fundamentally different – the first represents American, individualism, Christianity, and a perfect idea to strive for, while the latter represents community, Buddhism, fatherhood, and growth. Chris contends that “[Superman] inspires us, but his… Read More Something More: Goku/Superman/Jesus, Riku’s Sinful Nature, and Loving Death Like Sakurako-san
Isn’t it funny that when an anime season near its end, we seem to be less excited about finales the shows we’ve invested in than we are to the slate of new series about to arrive? Or maybe that’s just me. But it’s good to focus on the here and now – some of the… Read More Something More: Your Love in April, Virtuous Violence in Akame ga Kill, and TTGL’s Megachurch