Brian Hanson went to Anime Expo, and found much to show us in between long waits in sweat-soaked lines.
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Today’s releases include True Detective, Non-Stop, the anime Maoyu and more.
There’s no shortage of absolutely rotten American “anime” ripoffs, so let’s look at ten of the worst offenders!
I don’t collect dolls (of this type, at least – the rest is up for debate), but I suspect characters in this anime style would sell juts as well.
These are the anime that deserve attention, that broke from the mold, or did something otherwise remarkable or interesting.
The fact that this hasn’t happened yet can only mean that Lucasfilm never saw the money in it. I find it unlikely that Disney will make the same error.
Occasionally intrepid manga and anime auteurs remind themselves that, yes, Jewish people do indeed exist!
…the almost certain prospect that somebody, somewhere has already masturbated to an anthropomorphic version of a shitty Internet browser.
Just where did they get all those great ideas from? Take a dive into anime and learn the shocking conceptual origins of some of America’s biggest and most striking feature films.
I’m just flush with excitement. Can I at least number two people in that category with me?