Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of July 2nd! Uvie delivers the news our the latest episode, which you can check out through our player below, or by subscribing to us on Apple, Spotify, or SoundCloud, where you can also find… Read More Doki Doki News: Anime, Manga, and Gaming News from Anime Expo 2023!
The Sweet Sixteen, our second round of Anime March Madness, begins today! But first, let’s go through the results of the wild first week of the tournament! Thousands of Votes // Favorites Advance Last year, we had just under 10,000 votes total for our entire tournament—we’re well on our way to Detroit Smashing that mark… Read More Anime March Madness 2020: Round One Results and Day One of the Sweet Sixteen
Everyone welcome our newest writer, Abigail! A student who loves art, writing, and video games, Abigail was inspired by anime from a young age, and plans to major in animation, hoping to one day have a hand in creating an anime series. She is often found lost in her imagination. Standing on the dusty, barren… Read More Simon’s Sorrow in Gurren Lagann
The last of our new set of teams brings your their first recording of our rebooted TangleCast! David, Peter, and Marcelo of Team FtK (For the King) take a look at the most popular anime of the last several years, My Hero Academia, and discuss why it works so well. What makes it like the… Read More TangleCast 38: Examining My Hero Academia and its Place in Shounen
The second episode of our rebooted TangleCast is now up, put together by our writer, Matthew G, who leads his one-man podcast team, Team Anchester. As promised in our podcast revival announcement, Matthew explains the meaning behind his team name and how it paints a picture of what Team Anchester is all about. Episode 37… Read More TangleCast 37: Shonen, Spurgeon, and Divine Immutability
It’s a good time to be a geek. Marvel, Star Wars, and Game of Thrones are the prime properties in Hollywood. Even the subset of geek culture known as otakudom is even getting in the game. As much as Ghost in the Shell was maligned (though I thought it was enjoyable), it’s amazing that property… Read More Top Ten Arby’s Anime Posts
I’m naturally an optimist, but that sometimes often usually works against me. I expect the best outcome from situations, and when realism sets in and my expectations aren’t met, I can become bitter, angry, and resentful. If lots of things don’t work out well, like they did for me last week, I can even become… Read More Believe in the Me Who Believes in Thee