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Kerberos reviews the drama anime from the early 2000s Koi Kaze. A show that was highly controversial at release but has been all but forgotten nowadays. Does it deserve to be remembered?
A review of the 2016 anime directed by Kou Matsuou, animated by studio Sunrise and based on the manga by Yasuo Ohtagaki: MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM THUNDERBOLT
[CAUTION: SPOILERS] In his first article for SC, Ya Boy Jack reviews the prequel to No Game No Life. If you're not familiar with the source material, it might not quite be what you were expecting.
Ping Pong the Animation is the most serious sports story this side of anime. Maybe that isn't such a good thing.
Kerberos reviews the sequel season to one of his favourite fantasy shows: Rage of Bahamut - Genesis. But can it live up to its predecessor? Find out in this review of RAGE OF BAHAMUT - VIRGIN SOUL
A review of the critically acclaimed 2007 historical action/adventure film animated by Studio Bones: SWORD OF THE STRANGER.
A review of the 2015 anime film directed by Ryotaro Makihara and based on the novel by Satoshi Itoh: THE EMPIRE OF CORPSES
Kerberos reviews the all but forgotten early 2000s mech anime Vandread. But is it a show worth remembering?
Kerberos reviews the hit sports anime from last year produced by Production I.G. and based on the manga by Tomo Takeuchi: WELCOME TO THE BALLROOM
A review of the 2015 anime produced by studio Diomedea and based on the light novel series by Akamitsu Awamura.
A review of the award winning anime film "Your Name" or "Kimi No Na Wa." It is the latest film from award winning director Makoto Shinkai, released in 2016.
Kerberos, Pinky the Blue Flamingo and Narilka discuss the first volume of Noragami in the first installment of the monthly Manga Club podcast feature.
Kerberos and Pinky the Blue Flamingo check out the 2014 action sci fi manga All You Need is Kill based on the equally named light novel that was the primare source of inspiration for the film Edge of Tomorrow.
Kuze looks at the film adaptation of the science fiction Blame! manga, concentrating his analysis on how it stacks up to the original material.
Novaire offers his thoughts on the critically acclaimed Silicon Studio role-playing game: Bravely Default, released exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS in 2011.
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