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Love, Chunibyo, & Other Delusions! Heart Throb Japanese Blu-ray Box review

In 2010, the producers at Kyoto Animation decided to make one of the honorable mentions in 2009’s Kyoto Animation Awards into an animated TV series to broadcast in 2012. 523 more words

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The rise of the Naoko Yamada fanboys

Over the last year, perhaps even more so than the hype and acclaim surrounding Makoto Shinkai in the mainstream press, I’ve noticed an irrespesible degree of coverage around Kyoto Animation director Naoko Yamada. 271 more words

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Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Ep.11 Review: A Cozy New Year's Lull

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid (Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon) keeps with the holiday theme this week, quietly revealing another cute side to its characters’ progression. 655 more words

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A Silent Voice

It’s funny and charming despite its extensive length and it does give value for the invested time.

A Silent Voice, or The Shape Of Voice as a literal translation, is the new film from Kyoto Animation Studio.  254 more words

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Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! -Rikka Takanashi ver- Japanese Blu-ray review

In 2012, Kyoto Animation’s producers chose to go on a very risky course; instead of adapting something given to them from producers at Kadokawa Shoten or TBS, they would choose what they wanted to adapt and become the biggest financier of production. 430 more words

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[Let's talk: Dubs] Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Kyoto animations’s newest anime, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is a quirky show about Kobayashi an office worker who one day after getting drunk encounters a dragon, saves it’s life and invites it to stay in her home. 382 more words

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Love, Chunibyo, & Other Delusions JP Blu-ray singles review

In 2009, Kyoto Animation continued their desire to produce original series by holding an awards competition designed for new authors to submit titles that could be adapted into an anime series/film.  582 more words

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