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Review: Steins;Gate

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Show: Steins;Gate

Studio/year released: White Fox, 2011; Funimation handled the dubbing and North American release; however, instead of going to network it was directly released on DVD and Blu-Ray, hence why no localized network is listed. 1,192 more words

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Steins;Gate: An Existential Anime

Based on the PC game, Steins;Gate is a sci-fi anime that was released in 2011. The series follows Rintaro Okabe, a self-proclaimed mad scientist who, together with his friends, accidentally discovered a way to send text messages back in time; a system they called ‘D-mail’. 834 more words

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Happy Birthday, Asami Imai

Today, March 16, is the birthday of Japanese voice actress Asami Imai, one of the most distinctive, recognisable voices in modern Japanese entertainment.

Since her debut in 1999, she has racked up an impressive number of roles to her name across a variety of different media. 1,194 more words

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The Return of the Critic: AniB's End of Semester Blowout!

Hey everyone,

It’s been a while since I’ve regularly posted, and while I’ve slipped in a few articles here and there (see the Easter special, or the revised top 10 list), I haven’t had a new review or “thought piece” for a while. 143 more words

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Analyzing Women's Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV

1. Kurisu Makise, Steins;Gate:

Subcategory: emotional


At the young age of seventeen, Kurisu Makise was a renowned genius, had already graduated from college, and was working on a theory of time travel. 768 more words

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Kurisu and Okabe: The True Highlight of Steins;Gate

For a long, long time, Steins;Gate has far and away been my favorite anime. Up until recently, I had never revisited the show on a second viewing, but obviously remembered it very fondly. 1,228 more words

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