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Kerberos reviews the latest entry in Netflix's growing anime catalogue: Hero Mask.
A review of the 2016 post apocalyptic steampunk adventure series directed by Tetsuro Araki and animated by Wit Studio. KABANERI OF THE IRON FORTRESS
Ever feel like you can't watch an anime nowadays without it being filled with uncomfortable fanservice? This might help you find a show that is both great, and fanservice free.
Kuze looks at the film adaptation of the science fiction Blame! manga, concentrating his analysis on how it stacks up to the original material.
A review of the highly controversial fan-service heavy meta-comedy, action show animated by studio Trigger: KILL LA KILL
J4sm1n4 takes a look at the new Death Note film from Adam Wingard.
Kerberos, Gaff, Narilka, NeonWalrus, Pinky the Blue Flamingo and Sora Senpai take a close look at the new anime of this winter season.
A review of the 2016 supernatural action thriller series animated by Polygon Pictures and based on the manga by Gamon Sakurai: AJIN - DEMI HUMAN
KT takes a look at the strengths and weaknesses of one of the most popular anime of all time
Shi takes a look at the latest itteration of the ever popular Pokemon franchise POKEMON SUN AND MOON
Kerberos reviews the much-overlooked historical drama anime that was directed by Shinichiro Watanabe and the debut anime of Studio Mappa: KIDS ON THE SLOPE.
Four prominent members of the community count down their favourite shows of the year and what made these shows stand out for them.
A review of the 2015 anime produced by studio Diomedea and based on the light novel series by Akamitsu Awamura.
Yessir, the hype is real. In the month of Eros, love is totally all we need – even if it can get a little nauseating at times.