Has there ever been a better time to look back at all the anime series you’ve missed over the years and catch up a little? Voice actress (Winry in Fullmetal Alchemist, Mina in My Hero Academia) and ADR director (Fruits Basket, Noragami Aragoto) Caitlin Glass is thinking the same, and would like you all to… Read More Vote on an Anime for Caitlin Glass to Watch and Review!
Let the madness begin! Round one of our annual Anime March Madness opens today as a field of 32 series vie to be crowned as the best anime series. Each year, we bring back the shows that do the best from previous years and mix in a variety of new competitors to keep the tourney… Read More Anime March Madness 2020: Round One (Day One)
Despite a very cartoony, westernized animation style, Made in Abyss lets us know from very early on that this series is no child’s affair; by featuring children who get seriously hurt through dangerous situations in the opening episodes and a story centered on a missing parent, the anime hints at something sinister from very early… Read More The Right to Die in the Insanity of the Abyss
Even before this season’s remake, Fruits Basket was firmly set as a special series in anime / manga history, but the 2019 series has been so good that an entirely new generation of fans are now finding the show, including Team FtK. In episode 59 of the TangleCast, David, Peter, and Holly discuss episodes one… Read More TangleCast 59: Fruits Basket and a Place to Belong
One of the most acclaimed anime of recent years is Made in Abyss—what starts as a childhood adventure turns into something more meaningful and far darker than perhaps many viewers had expected. Today, Team FtK jumps into this new classic episode by episode—we encourage you to check it out even if you haven’t seen the… Read More TangleCast 58: Made in Abyss
Anime movies are not as rare as one might think nowadays! The only ones that I remember releasing when I was younger were the Pokemon movies and Digimon. There wasn’t really much else to chose from, but thanks to the company Fathom Events, I find there’s at least one a month now. Sometimes they aren’t really “movies” as… Read More Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn (Review)