Professional otaku ProZD tweeted out his top 30 anime, anime movies, and manga this week, and I enjoyed his recommendations greatly—they cover series old and new, and lift up a number of those that I would say are underrated, forgotten, or just relatively unknown to the new generation of anime fans. The tweet also made… Read More Twwk’s Top 30 Anime Series
Well, what a time! I´m 27 this year, and as I start to resemble more a seinen protagonist that a shōnen one, I know I want to be both, and I have for a long time. Long before I first watched Erased four years ago, the hope that a balance of both adventure, wonder, innocence,… Read More The Shōnen Guide to the Eucharist
For hundreds of years, humans have waged a battle against the Gadoll, vicious bug-like creatures that vary in size from very small to monstrous. After the initial contact, which almost led to humanity’s extinction, people survived by using Gadoll they’ve killed as a resource for everything from food to energy, fueling a massive mobile fortress… Read More First Impression: DECA-DENCE
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of June 28th through July 3rd! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you planning to pre-order the Bakarina… Read More Doki Doki News: Bakarina Nendo, SINoALICE in the States, and Delayed Super Nintendo (World)
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of April 12th through 18th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! What was your favorite role from Keiji Fujiwara?… Read More Doki Doki News: ARIA, Rascal, and the Death of a Pokemon Game
Happy Easter, everyone! On this day, we celebrate that Christ has risen, and with him so have all we who believe in his name. His death and victory paved the way for our own salvation, for life now and into eternity. What a thing to commemorate. What a joy to know! I hope that this… Read More Happy Easter!
We continue our Holy Week series on anime and disability with a guest post from Sorincha, one of our followers who is supporting our mission by being our voice to individuals with disabilities who would like to chat on Twitter, and joining with Tonie who is doing the same with our Facebook account. Feel free… Read More Fully, Wholly Metal Alchemist
I’ve been watching anime now for almost 35 years. Crazy, huh? But that’s not to say that I’ve been an otaku for that long—just as with many of you, my original viewing of the medium was as a youngster and without realizing the origin of what I was watching. It wasn’t until years later that… Read More What Anime Are Most Significant for Your Otaku Journey?
Violet Evergarden is a fighter. Abused, neglected, and turned into an instrument of war, she survives bloody battles on the front lines and even the loss of her arms. But, there’s another famed anime character out there that lost limbs and had them replaced by mechanics, too, someone who is maybe even emotionally and physically… Read More And the 2019 Anime March Madness Champion Is…
Thirty-two anime. Five weeks. Thousands of votes. And two last competitors. We’re on the last day of voting for this year’s Anime March Madness competition, as Violet Evergarden tries to take down three-time defending champ, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Polls will be closing over the next 24 hours, so if you haven’t voted, get out there… Read More Last Chance to Vote on the Anime March Madness Finals!