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Root Film

Root Film (Game Review)

A lot of fun, anime-inspired games have come out of Japan in recent years. From JRPGs to visual novels, there is a lot to choose from. Root Film is one such game....
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Natsume’s Book of Friends (Anime Review)

The dreamy and soothing atmosphere of Natsume’s Book of Friends can give off the air of Boys Love, though it has no actual romance and mainly focuses on building strong friendships. Takashi...
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Komi Can’t Communicate (Anime Review)

Every new anime season has a clear choice for the most anticipated show and for the fall of 2021 that was Komi Can’t Communicate. Picked up by Netflix from OLM Digital, the...

Magi: Labyrinth of Magic (Anime Review)

Magi: Labyrinth of Magic hooks you with its vibrant fantasy world, cheerful characters, and classic shonen anime energy. Roughly inspired by a collection of short stories of 1001 Arabian Nights, it pulls...
I'm the Villainess so i'm taming the final boss light novel

I’m the Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss (Light Novel Review)

“You see, this world is an otome game that existed in my previous life . . . I am, as they say, the rival who exists to be vanquished . . ....
Star Wars: Visions

Star Wars: Visions Brings Anime Magic to a Galaxy Far, Far Away (Review)

The Star Wars universe is a rich one full of limitless potential in the world of storytelling. This can be seen through the anime anthology Star Wars: Visions. In recent years, Disney...
Horimiya

Horimiya (Anime Review)

There are always good slice-of-life anime films and shows out there that stick with us long after we finish watching them. Horimiya is one of those shows. It is a 2021 anime...
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Sabikui Bisco (Light Novel Review)

A humble pilgrim at a border checkpoint peruses a poster of notorious criminal Bisco Akaboshi, wanted for wreaking havoc throughout a post-apocalyptic Japan. When a guard interrogates the pilgrim about crossing the...
Belle Film

The Beauty and Poignance of Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle (Film Review)

Belle, the newest film by trailblazing anime director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, is making waves around the world. First, it received a 14-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival. Now, it's being...
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Kageki Shojo!! Opera Girl (Anime Review)

Those who have an appreciation for musical theatre will find a lot to grasp onto with the musical-acting anime Kageki Shojo. It provides an insider look at the real behind-the-scenes of theatre...