Today is the final day of the round two matches in AniMarch Madness and it features some of our most intriguing ones! Will defending champion Violet Evergarden beat the boys of Haikyuu? Which will advance from the 4-5 match-up between JJK and Mushoku Tensei? Can LycoReco shock Chainsaw Man? And which of the titans will… Read More AniMarch Madness 2023: Round 2, Day 4
That pinging from our conscience, that remembrance of acts from our past, that whisper from the Holy Spirit: regret comes to us all. But what do we do with it? And what happens if we leave it be? Tyler, Mike, and Paris explore how regret and repentance intertwine in anime old and new, including Dragon… Read More Tangle x Cast 11: Regret vs. Repentance
Welcome to AniMarch Madness! Our tournament of 64 begins today! Last week, you helped narrow the field through a series of play-in matches. Now we’re on to the real thing! We’ll post eight matches a day starting today and running through Thursday. The winners will advance to round two next week, while the losers are… Read More AniMarch Madness 2023: Round 1, Day 1
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!
“Look Goku, you can go out in public and have your hair sticking out in every direction if you want to, but not me!” This set was the third we shot in one day! It was long, but well worth it. I actually started to get a fever while shooting Bulma and I honestly think… Read More Cosplay Beats! Here Comes Bulma!
I’m not sure I would have considered an antagonist from DBZ to make a great model for epic fanart, but here we go and here we are: Cell, one of the saga’s most vicious villains. ★ 【Kanchiyo】「 せ1718る 」 ☆
Han Solo, He-Man, my dad, and Jesus Christ. These were my heroes as a kid. I would weave stories about them in my head, filling in the gaps as needed (this was the 80s after all—emotionally available men and endless streaming episodes of Masters of the Universe weren’t yet accessible). The myths and narratives I… Read More Review: Piccolo Is Black: A Memoir of Race, Religion, and Pop Culture