Month: August 2016

Saki Mahjong Manga Gets Live-Action Show in December, Film in 2017

Manga has inspired 5 spinoff manga, 3 TV anime
Anime News Network – News

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Interview: Knights of Sidonia Mangaka Tsutomu Nihei

Deeply influential sci-fi mangaka Tsutomu Nihei talks about his incredible career, and goes in-depth about his most famous creations: Knights of Sidonia and Blame!
Anime News Network – Feature

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Kuroko’s Basketball GN 1

Even though it gets off to a slow start, this compilation of Kuroko’s Basketball’s first two volumes lays a strong foundation for a story that will only get stronger as it grows.
Anime News Network – Review

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The Devil is a Part-Timer! GN 6

If you’ve been wondering what happened to Maou and his merry band post-anime, now’s your chance to find out, when a mysterious little girl falls from the sky and claims the devil king as her father!
Anime News Network – Review

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The Best and Worst of the Season So Far: Week of Aug 5-11

Orange and Food Wars! stomp down the competition with outstanding episodes, but halfway through the season, can they shake up the status quo? Here are your weekly user rankings!
Anime News Network – Feature

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3rd Digimon Adventure tri. Anime Film Previewed in Music Video

Film featuring Knife of Day’s ending theme opens in Japan on September 24
Anime News Network – News

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Yurikuma Arashi BD+DVD

This yuri series of yesteryear can often be too weird for words, but its artistic ambition and thought-provoking ideas must be seen to be bear-lieved. Jacob Chapman explores this unusual gem.
Anime News Network – Review

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Five Lessons I Learned From Assassination Classroom

Longtime Koro-sensei pupil Paul Jensen reflects on the lessons he learned from his time inside this chaotic classroom, after graduation.
Anime News Network – Feature

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Can You Name 10 More Anime From The 2000s?

It’s time to reach back into the deepest parts of your otaku memory – can you name all 10 of these anime from the 2000s?
Anime News Network – Feature

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Shonen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 50 Sub.DVD

Shonen Hollywood continues to demonstrate its unique strengths as it moves into its final season. Nick Creamer has the details.
Anime News Network – Review

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