Anime Articles

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.
KT takes a look at the strengths and weaknesses of one of the most popular anime of all time
Four prominent members of the community count down their favourite shows of the year and what made these shows stand out for them.
Kerberos analyses the currently airing crime thriller series Banana Fish. He looks at how it manages to stay relevant and engaging, despite contending with a myriad of issues within its adaption.
Four prominent members of the community count down their favourite shows of the year and what made these shows stand out for them.
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.
You were a Bleach fan too, huh? That's okay, I don't blame you. It doesn't look the part now, but there was a time Bleach seemed all set to be shonen’s undisputed King of Cool. Part 1/4 in Tonto-banchou’s Got Bleach? series.
Always wanted to be a superhero but never knew the right way to do it? Let Mob show you the way. No spandex or itchy costumes required.
Onihei might be one of Winter 2017's most underrated series yet. Read on to see why you should be getting into this series now and giving it more love.
Several of our most prominent members look back at the year and the anime that made it into what it was for them. This time: J4sm1n4
Kerberos explains why he feels Kado - The Right Answer, is the best anime of spring 2017
A first look at the new military fantasy series by studio Madhouse ALDERAMIN ON THE SKY
A look (and listen) at the music choices used in Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky. Written in tandem with the review @Kerberos made for the film.
Kerberos lists the massive amount of anime he is looking forward to watching this winter.
What's in a name? Not a whole lot, actually. Grungie argues things aren't as complicated as studios want you to think, especially when it comes to your favorite never-ending anime.
Mushishi is a special kind of anime that lets the viewer indulge in their own kind of zen. Like meditation and other sacred forms of alone time, watching the series can lead to some intense introspection on the state of man and the condition of life.
Despite a promising premise, Inuyashiki was a show that ultimately fell under the weight of its own expectations. You can blame that on Hiro. SPOILER WARNINGS up for the series finale.
A first look at the brand new slice of life/drama anime series directed by Akiyuki Shinbou and based on the manga by Chica Umino: MARCH COMES IN LIKE A LION
Kerberos counts down his picks for the best anime of the year.
A first impression of the surprise hit of the spring season: RE:CREATORS