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Tuesday's Top 5: Use of Phones in an Anime

We’ve all seen anime characters using their phones. Whether they are flip phones or the more recently prolific smart phones, characters do love their phones. My list today looks at 5 interesting uses of phones in anime (okay, four interesting uses and one use that just worked well with the story). 607 more words

Steins;Gate [Anime Review]

The term ‘modern classic’ has been thrown around recently, and being guilty of using it myself, I thought I should define what I mean when I use the term as far as anime goes. 596 more words


Occultic;Nine: The Struggles of an Ambitious Creator

     With today’s anime industry cranking out more shows per season than ever before, many of which instantly forgettable due to lazy writing, sub par production and generic characters and stories, the fan community is quick to jump at any show that differentiates itself from the norm, praising these rule breakers for being inventive, creative, subversive and even deconstructive in their methods of storytelling. 1,423 more words


Event: Attack on Titan dub's Mikasa coming to MCM Liverpool

It’ll soon be MCM Comic Con time again in Liverpool. It’s coming to the city’s Exhibition Centre on March 11th and 12th, so they’ve started up the guest announcements for another year. 260 more words



“El Psy Kongroo”

-My Recommends for a Friend-
A short, pseudo review/informational. As spoiler-free as possible, sorry if otherwise.

Aired Summer 2011
Genre: People’s feelings are memories that transcend time. 553 more words


Anime Challenge #3 Favourite Male Character: Rintarou Okabe

When I came to start thinking about writing this article I sort of wished that I was able to write about some really niche character from an equally niche anime that is under valued by the community. 308 more words

Anime Challenge: 30 Articles In 15 Weeks

Steins;Gate | Anime Review

Steins;Gate is a sci-fi show based on the concept of time travel. I’ve heard a lot of good stuff about this show and I didn’t want to miss out. 438 more words