It’s the final day of round one! Help us decide on these last eight matches as we cut the field of 64 down the 32 headed into week two of AniMarch Madness 2022! Below are are the fourth and final set of first round matches, two from each of our four regions: 2021 Anime, Critical… Read More AniMarch Madness 2022: Round 1, Day 4
We’re super excited to bring you another Instagram live stream, this time with voice actress Michelle Lee (Twitter / Instagram)! Her notable roles include Sumire (Assassination Classroom), Tobiichi (Date a Live), and Yasuhisa (Tokyo Ghoul). You might also remember her as one of our special guest hosts for Doki Doki News: This time, though, we… Read More Join Our Live Stream with Voice Actress, Michelle Lee!
Austin Tindle has been a mainstay at anime conventions over the past decade, having lent his voice to characters in some of the most popular anime of recent years, including Assassination Classroom (Karma), Tokyo Ghoul (Kaneki), The Ancient Magus Bride (Ruth), and Kaguya-sama: Love is War (Yu). We recently had a chance to visit with… Read More Interview with Kaneki and Karma’s Voice Actor, Austin Tindle
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of May 9th through 15th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Did you participate in the Girl from the… Read More Doki Doki News: Choujin X, DBS, and Komi CAN Get an Anime
I’ll murderize that devil. Yes, murderize. This line is an example of some of the fantastic dialogue from volume one of Chainsaw Man, a popular recent manga serialized in Shonen Jump magazine. And I’m not even being facetious—while this series doesn’t break new ground in its initial chapters when it comes its plot of half-demons… Read More Review: Chainsaw Man, Vol. 1
Tokyo Ghoul S, a sequel to the Tokyo Ghoul (2017) live-action film, is a relatively faithful adaptation of the anime series, and ride that’s both thrilling and graphic. The first film introduced Ken Kaneki and featured his transition to part ghoul, along with his realization of the danger in being discovered. That film ended with… Read More Review: Tokyo Ghoul S
Today we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming to bring you a thematic exploration of the Tokyo Ghoul series with me, your guest host, Alex! This will be a spoiler-filled episode as I cover rich themes in the series, including otherness, transformation, and hope (as misguided as it may be)—if you haven’t read/or… Read More TangleCast 42: The Tragic Hope of Tokyo Ghoul