Our charitable campaign is coming to an end. At midnight tonight (Pacific Time), we’ll conclude our taking of donations for Samaritan’s Purse, through which we’re funding three different causes: Hope for children with disabilities: Your donations will help supply specialized equipment, corrective surgery, or schooling to help a child overcome disabilities. Care for orphans: Your… Read More Final Day to Donate and Win Anime!
A week and a half ago, we started a charitable campaign drive to raise funds for orphans, children with disabilities, and women in vulnerable situations. I’m happy to update that with about two weeks to go, we’re over 75% of the way to our goal of $600! Thank you to those of you who have… Read More Help Orphans. Win Anime.
Isn’t it strange how the holiday season becomes all about us? Christmas has turned into an occasion to spent lots of money (and oftentimes on ourselves). Our writers want to flip the focus this year and turn toward those who are in need. We are eager to help heal and care for individuals who are… Read More Anime Fans Give Back! Help the Less Fortunate and Win Anime DVDs
D.M. Dutcher reviews Wolf Children and finds a parallel to the idea of Christians being “in the world, but not of it.” [Speculative Faith] Rob continues his Christian reviews, closing out series like Golden Time  and Nobunagun , while reviewing new shows like Captain Earth . Medieval Otaku gives his thoughts on Witch Craft… Read More Something More: Catholicism in Noragami, Wolf Children of God, and Bye, Bye, Animekritik!
TWWK: Winter is typically a slow season for anime, and it looked like more of the same going into this past season. But how did winter 2014 really pan out? Between our resident anime addicts, Japes and Goldy, almost every anime of note was covered, and over the next two days, they’ll let you know… Read More Winter 2014 In Review (Part One)
Welcome back, Japes! We’ve all missed you! This month has been painful without you! I’m so happy to see you back in action and cannot wait to read all of your upcoming articles and their brilliance! Aw shucks… thanks, Japes! I’m glad to be back, too! Japan was great and all, but there’s nothing quite… Read More Anime Today: Love is a Fickle Beast, Indeed
This is what I’ve waited almost two full seasons for. With a pedigree promising something more fulfilling than the typical romantic comedy, I’ve been waiting 21 episodes for something really amazing to happen in Golden Time. And all the while – at least for the past dozen episodes – I’ve been disappointed. There were hints… Read More Golden Time, Episode 22: It’s About Time
Lazarinth explains how Evangelion helped turn him into an atheist. [Fantasy and Anime] Rob continues his Christian-centric anime reviews, with this week’s including the latest episodes of Gundam Build Fighters, Golden Time, and Chuu2. [Christian Anime Review] Aroduc mentions the typical characterization of Christians in a post about episode 8 of Magical Warfare. [Tenka Seiha]… Read More Something More: How Evangelion Converted Me to Atheism
D.M. Dutcher shares about Tomo, and out of print OEL manga. [Cacao, put down the shovel!] Medieval Otaku touches on the theme of providence in Tokyo Godfathers. [Medieval Otaku] He also explores religion in Wings of Honneamise. [Medieval Otaku] Rob reviews recent episodes of a number of series, including Golden Time, Engaged to the Unidentified,… Read More Something More: Providence of Tokyo Godfathers, Honneamise Religion, and Christian OEL Manga
Medieval Otaku compares Rygart’s suffering in Broken Blade to the misery that Christians endure. [Medieval Otaku] Anime Commentary on the March’s writer provides insight about kami and ayakushi while examining an episode of Noragami. [Anime Commentary on the March] Rocklobster brings up the Christian ideas of right and wrong as he reviews Death Note. [Lobster… Read More Something More: Noragami Kami, Japanese Persecution of Christians, and Break Blade Misery