Last week, we asked you to help decide the anime finalists for a special project we’re doing with voice actress and ADR director, Caitlin Glass. Well, the votes are in, and it’s down to the final four! Go to Caitlin’s Twitter account to vote for which anime she’ll be watching and reviewing for us! Here’s… Read More Final Voting for the Anime Caitlin Glass Will Review for Us!
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!
Happy Easter, everyone! On this day, we celebrate that Christ has risen, and with him so have all we who believe in his name. His death and victory paved the way for our own salvation, for life now and into eternity. What a thing to commemorate. What a joy to know! I hope that this… Read More Happy Easter!
Our final thematic post this Holy Week was written by Twwk and originally posted two years ago this past Thursday in the now-discontinued Area of Effect magazine. It is reprinted today by permission. Leon, a student at Shaher Observatory, is an absolute brat in the anime Violet Evergarden. Despite his good looks and high IQ,… Read More Making Assumptions: Violet Evergarden, Disability, and Imperfection
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of April 5th through 11th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you excited for Tiger and Bunny? Are… Read More Doki Doki News (Week of April 5-11)
We continue our Holy Week series on anime and disability with an article about two recent popular shows featuring characters with disabilities—Violet Evergarden and In/Spectre. If there’s one series in recent years that expertly pulls at the heartstrings, it’s Violet Evergarden. But as stirring as the show is and despite how beloved it’s become, Violet… Read More In/Spectre, Violet Evergarden, and Invisible Disability
The new season of anime starts, well, pretty much today! And we got you covered with our spring 2020 anime preview! Join Peter, Holly, and David as they dig into a bunch of shows premiering this spring, from the plethora of sequels to series airing for the very first time, including those adapted from light… Read More TangleCast 74: Spring 2020 Anime Preview
We kicked off the first set of matches on Monday and have four more for you today! Voting closes at 7:00 a.m. ET tomorrow. Remember that you can also vote through our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts! Here’s the third set of games:
As the train on which she rides approaches its destination, Violet Evergarden sees a palatial school atop a lush hill, surrounded by a picturesque village. But the next shot quickly establishes dissonance between that beauty and the life experienced within, as a young lady with messy auburn hair coughs asthmatically into a gloomy room only… Read More Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll (Review)
Love is always Like looking through clear water Go to accept it And it leaves Just like you Love is always In a sunshine-filled place Even if I can’t see you Can’t touch you It’s like you’re by my side -“Letter” (Violet Evergarden Special end song) by TRUE Anime has become harder to watch for… Read More Violet Evergarden Special: What God Is Known For