Miyazaki Declined Nausicaa Live-Action Adaptions (But We Cast One Anyway)

We’ve entered the age of big-blockbuster, live-action adaptations of anime and manga properties. While common in Japan, it’s been a slow build in the U.S., with most early adaptations flopping commercially (Speed Racer) and/or critically (Dragon Ball: Evolution). While recent ones have been a mixed bag (see the resounding failure that is Netflix’s Death Note),… Read More Miyazaki Declined Nausicaa Live-Action Adaptions (But We Cast One Anyway)

Something More: Depressed Seiyuu, Eromanga Masochist, and Seeing Ourselves in Death Note

One thing that I didn’t realize would happen when I first became a blogger was that I’d develop relationships with lots of other anibloggers. In fact, as I soon discovered, they would be my initial audience, and even today, anibloggers (and former ones) remain some of this blog’s greatest cheerleaders and most helpful friends. Something… Read More Something More: Depressed Seiyuu, Eromanga Masochist, and Seeing Ourselves in Death Note

Something More: Christian Anime Characters, Death Note Methodology, and the Reverse-Blade Gospel

Hola mi amigos! Samura here, back with another edition of Something More. This month, we have a couple posts that are different than our usual line-up of faith and anime, and more posts than ever! TWWK would like to introduce one of these links: Thanks, Samaru! I’ll start us off with a really thoughtful piece that’s… Read More Something More: Christian Anime Characters, Death Note Methodology, and the Reverse-Blade Gospel