The warmth, gentleness, and sincerity of Studio Ghibli films seem to fit right into the theme of gratitude for the week as we enter the Thanksgiving holiday. Tyler, Mike, and Paris chat about thankfulness in today’s episode as they look toward three Studio Ghibli classics! We’d also love to hear your feedback! What’s your favorite… Read More Tangle x Cast 4: Ghibli and Gratefulness
Neg has quickly become one of my favorite artists on Pixiv, at first because of Chainsaw Man fanart, but other pieces, too, including this lovely one of Howl’s Moving Castle. ★ 【Neg】「 少年ハウル 」 ☆
Anime art books are a dime a dozen (though the prices don’t reflect that!), even in the world of Studio Ghibli, which releases one for most every one of their films. However, as part of our effort to review unique art book titles, we have a brand new one to show you today that you… Read More Video Review: Hayao Miyazaki (Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Art Book)
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of January 31st through February 6th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Will you miss Black Clover? Excited for… Read More Doki Doki News: Howl’s Real Life Moving Castle, Black Clover Ends, and Demon Slayer to Sci-Fi Romcom?
Young Erica, born as “Earwig,” doesn’t live an enviable life by as any means—abandoned at the doorstep of an orphanage by her mother, she has little hope of ever being adopted. But Earwig lives life on her own terms, cajoling those around her to do her bidding, but also giving them warmth and love. However,… Read More Review: Earwig and the Witch
In a recent episode, the TangleCast crew tackled a Hayao Miyazaki’s classic film (based on the classic story), Howl’s Moving Castle. Among the topics they covered was how the anime’s most impactful moments. Watch Holly, Peter, and David discuss some of them below, which all revolve around the master’s animation, infused by his creativity and emotion.… Read More Video: The TangleCast Crew Discusses Impactful Moments and Animation of Howl’s Moving Castle
In 2017, Spoke Art opened an exhibition in its San Francisco gallery featuring pieces inspired by the works of acclaimed and Oscar-winning animator, Hayao Miyazaki. A success, they would repeat it in the following years, traveling the show to New York and then Los Angeles, showing hundreds of varied pieces with all this is common:… Read More My Neighbor Hayao: A Dreamy Collection of Miyazaki-Inspired Art