Anime Adaptations: Why Does Hollywood Always Fail?

Anime adaptations have a sordid history in Hollywood’s production studios. Death Note is the latest property to get adapted by the US. A seminal...

‘Space Patrol Luluco’: Quality, Not Quantity

Released in 2016, Space Patrol Luluco features thirteen episodes clocking in at a little under eight minutes each, resulting in a total runtime that is akin to that of an average movie.

Roasting a Clover to a Charcoal Black

The first two episodes of "Black Clover' super compress all the worst aspects of the shōnen genre into a painful expository arc.
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The Psychological Appeals of ‘March Comes in Like a Lion’ and ‘Scum’s Wish’

Both March Comes in Like a Lion and Scum's Wish have the same psychological appeals that are accomplished in different ways.

5 Wholesome Anime That Will Leave You Smiling

It's October, which means Fall season anime are finally kicking into gear! You may be looking for a good show to relax with or...

‘My Hero Academia’: The Superpower Of Being Flawless

When it comes to pure unadulterated fun, no anime hits the nail on the head quite like My Hero Academia.

‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’: Which Story Arc Reigns Supreme?

What do muscular men flaunting flamboyance, outlandish superpowers, and villains bearing names that tribute popular musicians all have in common? They are all staple...

‘Little Witch Academia’ Is Magically Charming

'Little Witch Academia' stands tall as an enjoyable way to get a healthy dose of magic.

How Faithful Should Anime Be To Manga?

Should manga adaptations follow a pattern of perfect panel-for-panel replication, or adjust stories to fit a different format?

Give Your Heart: ‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2, Pt. 2

While the first half of Attack on Titan's second season was largely focused on fleshing out its growing cast of characters, it's second half has been directly aimed at the action.