Was the winter season a little slow for you? Well then, you’ll appreciate the spring 2023 anime season, with more than 50 anime series airing (not including shorts and children’s series)! As you can imagine, the set list of series is diverse, from cutesy shows and historical dramas, idol series to those featuring wizards and… Read More Spring 2023 Anime First Impressions
Welcome, March! And hello, AniMarch Madness! The craziness begins today with our six play-in matches (plus one exclusive to Patreon) to determine the final entrants into the field of 64. Please vote for one anime from each match below to move on to the tournament proper, which begins on Monday. As just as with the… Read More AniMarch Madness 2023: Play-in Matches
Ah, Labor Day. To some, this could mean the unofficial end of summer. To others, this could mean putting away our white-colored clothes because of some arbitrary fashion rule. Some others, either voluntarily or involuntarily, tend to take Labor Day quite literally. If this applies to you, why on earth are you reading this article;… Read More The Labor Day Anime Cookout!
The mission to restore the whole of humanity from their stone stockades continues in the Kingdom of Science led by high school whiz kid Senku Ishigami and the citizens of Ishigami Villiage. In order to proceed across the high seas, our group of spunky scientists decides to build a giant vessel capable of surviving the… Read More Review: Dr. Stone Special Episode – Ryusui
After nearly five years, the Dr. STONE manga series has come to an end with Chapter 232. The series, written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi, has sold over 10 million copies to date and won the 2019 Shogakukan Manga Award for shonen. It inspired an anime, the third season of which is scheduled… Read More A Farewell to Dr. STONE
Day one of AniMarch Madness was so much fun! Results are still being tabulated, with a few polls still open, but look for those results to pop up on Twitter and Instagram later today! In the meantime, here are the second set of eight matches, two from each of our four regions: 2021 Anime, Critical… Read More AniMarch Madness 2022: Round 1, Day 2
One of the most prolific anime voice actresses and ADR scriptwriters of the past decade, Katelyn Barr has voiced Ryukyu (My Hero Academia), Ren Soma (Fruits Basket), Baby 5 (One Piece), and Nikki Hanada (Dr. Stone), among many other characters, and written scripts for series like Akame ga Kill, Haikyuu, and The Quintessential Quintuplets. I… Read More Voice Actress and Anime Scriptwriter Katelyn Barr Talks Ren Sohma, Ryukyu, and How Voiceover is Changing