Tag Archives: anime

The Look Of Masaki Suda, Crossing Gender, For Live Action Princess Jellyfish

Princess Jellyfish is a manga comic written and illustrated by Akiko Higashimura, first published in 2008. It was adapted into a one series anime in 2010 and now a live action adaptation is being filmed. The story focuses on housing complex in …

Are Mark Brooks And Sonia Oback The Most Distributed American Comic Artists This Month?

The August edition of the Japanese manga magazine CoroCoro aimed at school boys is always the most popular, as it is timed to coincide with summer break. Add to that, the Obon national holiday week in Japan, and the publisher’s …

Goodbye Ghibli? Or Is It Au Revoir?

I’m not telling the kids. Not yet anyway. STUDIO GHIBLI ANNOUNCES CLOSURE Toshio Suzuki has announced the closure of Studio Ghibli. Here’s a translated version of the news article: “Just moments ago, Toshio Suzuki, Studio Ghibli producer, announced on the …

Moon Prism Power…. Make Up, All Moonies Unite!

By Ale Bodden Viz Media conquered SDCC with a total of three panels throughout the convention- with one whole hour dedicated to Sailor Moon on Saturday. This panel was hosted by Charlene Ingram, Senior Manager of Viz Media and Amy …

Neon Alley, Anime And Viz Media At San Diego Comic Con

By Ale Bodden Throughout SDCC Viz Media hosted a total of three panels centered around: manga, Neon Alley (online anime streaming channel), and Sailor Moon. Hosting all of them was, Senior Manager, Charlene Ingram. For the Neon Alley & Anime panel …

Psycho-Pass Is Your Summer Binge-Watching Crime Anime – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: With all the talk about adult edgy series that invite binge-watching like The Wire or Breaking Bad, there are very few anime series that fit in that like Psycho-Pass does. Psycho-Pass is a hard Science Fiction police …

A Brief Overview of the Summer Anime Season – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, We’re in the midst of Summer where schools’ out in most parts of the world, and in Japan, that means a new season of anime series are now out. If you look up the listings, there are …

Out Of Anime Expo: Mighty No. 9 Gets A Cartoon…And More Funding?

By Sage Ashford Founder of Japanese indie company Comcept, as well as chief designer/creator of beloved Capcom mascot Mega Man, Keiji Inafune, made an appearance at Anime Expo to talk about his new creation, Mighty No. 9, spiritual successor to …

Knights Of Sidonia: The War Robots Of The Japanese Dreamtime – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: Knights of Sidonia, the 12-episode first season of the manga adapted from Tsutomu Hihei’s hit manga series premiered this weekend as the first Netflix exclusive anime series.  Amongst anime fans, this was one of the most anticipated …

On The Biggest Day For Anime Expo Record Attendees Were Often Cosplayers, Plus Photogallery

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It was the third day of Anime Expo being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Last year, the attendance was recorded at 61,000 …

What’s Popular In Anime And Manga At Anime Expo This Year

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Walking around the exhibition hall, it doesn’t take too long to figure out what’s popular this season in anime and manga, according to the 23rd annual Anime Expo (AX) that’s being …

Manga And Anime Exempted From New Japanese Anti-Child Pornography Laws

Japan has banned the ownership of child pornographic images, in a bill passed yesterday, and is one of the last developed nations to do so. The production and distribution was already illegal since 1999, but ownership was not until now. …

I Don’t Understand This Anime Trailer About Superheroes With Food For Their Heads

No, I don’t really know what I can say about this except – It looks quite interesting. I’m suddenly quite hungry. I hope a subtitled trailer comes along.

When Titans Attack The Kingdom Of Pop Culture – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, I could have sworn I wrote about Attack on Titan last year when It began to take off, but now that it’s really taken off as a global pop culture phenomenon, it’s worth looking at it again. …

Now Is The Time To Buy The 14-Blu-ray Gatchaman Set

All 105 of the original episodes of Gatchaman, or Battle of the Planets or even G Force to the US and my fellow Brits, are available in a single Blu-ray box.

BAT Cons – New Show Tulare Sci-Fi Con Has Lofty Goals For Charity Work

By B. Alex Thompson, reporting on his second show of 2014. You can find his first show report, 0n Wizard World Sacramento here. Convention season continues and I’ve returned to share more of my experiences concerning this year’s shows with …

EigoMANGA Brings Demian To ShortsHD

ShortsHD is pretty much what the name says, a high definition cable channel devoted to short films. Joining their programming during an animation block called SHORTS Animate will be a new animation from comic book publisher eigoManga called Demian. “Demian” …

No Matter What, Don’t Miss Sakura-Con

By Ian Melton There is a point when people tell you what convention they are going to that you either agree with them, “that’s a great choice”, or just nod your head and say “why are you wasting your money …