Our good friend, Kenneth See, sent us a question recently about watching anime through unlicensed means. My response, edited here for clarity and with some additional insight, might be helpful to other Christians who are struggling with this question. I want to pick your brain on something: anime piracy. Is it a sin to watch… Read More Untangled: Is It Okay for Christians to Watch Illegal, Pirated, or Unlicensed Anime Streams?
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of October 8th! Check out the latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on Apple, Spotify, or SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you excited to submit a… Read More Doki Doki News: Right Stuf Ends, Gabriel and the Guardians Seeks Funding, and Live Action Yu Yu Hakusho Streams in December
A quick glance at our Reader’s Corner selections for this post, many of which are debuting today, reveals part of the reason why manga continues to grow in popularity. The variety of stories being told through these releases is breathtaking. From a young woman reliving her yesterday a thousand times to a food truck running… Read More Reader’s Corner: Ima Koi (Vol. 5), The Executioner and Her Way of Life (Vol. 6), and Call the Name of the Night (Vol. 1)
This week, Maison Ikkoku comes to an end (again); the mesmerizing A.I. story, Your Forma, receives a manga adaptation; Tomozaki-kun makes a difficult choice in the latest volume of his top-tier light novel series; and much more, including the debut reviews by our two newest reviewers, WacOtaku and Marg. Check out their reviews and the… Read More Reader’s Corner: Oshi no Ko (Vol. 1), Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki (Vol. 9), and Romantic Killer (Vol. 2)
Cats in palaces, witches in boarding school, human heroes in the demon realm…it seems that our reviews this week feature plenty of protagonists dropped in unlikely places, and that’s not even considering a shy superhero (SHY) and an isekai’d hero (Konosuba) in two other volumes. But what should you expect from these stories of unexpected… Read More Reader’s Corner: Dandadan, Secrets of the Silent Witch, and My Gently Raised Beast
After nearly five years, the Dr. STONE manga series has come to an end with Chapter 232. The series, written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi, has sold over 10 million copies to date and won the 2019 Shogakukan Manga Award for shonen. It inspired an anime, the third season of which is scheduled… Read More A Farewell to Dr. STONE
Goodbye Otherworld, See You Tomorrow, Vol. 1 In the continuing mission to explore strange new genre mashups involving isekai, here’s postapocalyptic isekai. Poor Keisuke finds himself in a fantasy world where magic disappeared centuries ago after an industrial revolution, and most of the population died out recently. Soon after he encounters another lost soul, Nito… Read More Reader’s Corner: Frieren Vol. 2, The Demon Girl Next Door Vol. 3, and Demon Slayer Stories of Water and Flame