While World War II took five years to fight in Europe, the girls of Oorai Girls' Academy need only 38 minutes to wrap up their fight. That's the length of the OVA "Girls Und Panzer: This Is The Real Anzio Battle!" being released March 21.
It's a tasty treat with October's Loot Anime package, as King Baby Duck unveiled various goodies from Food Wars!, Himouto! Umaru-chan, and more! Plus some snarky comments from KBD's plushy collection. Promotional consideration provided by Loot Crate
Another mystery box hits King Baby Duck's doorstep, this time with something more in his forte! September 2016's Loot Anime is filled with a couple surprises, ones that even make the segment host excited! Plus, KBD shows off his recent additions to
King Baby Duck dives into the unboxing realm, as he takes a look at a recent Loot Crate box that delves into the art of Speed. Iron Man, Battlestar Galactica, and even a couple others pop up from the mysterious box,
Konami Digital Entertainment, which manages the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand, is conducting auditions for aspiring voiceover artists in Minneapolis this weekend for the upcoming North American movie Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
It's time to go back to school, and there's no more time for vacation. Summer is at an end! I hope you've had time for anime, between going to the pool or visiting your relatives. Even if you haven't, I have some anime you might want to catch up on.
Arslan is no less heroic in the new season. I love The Heroic Legend of Arslan, but its one problem is that Arslan and his forces are too superior to their enemies. I'm glad that there are some new surprises in the plot to keep the show fresh.
Foodgasms are back! Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma continues its tournament arc, and its as weird and wacky as ever. Where else are you going to get a JoJo's Bizarre Adventure-meets-food reference? Speaking of JoJos...
The 4th JoJo's team is back, and crazy stuff continues to happen in a small town. I loved the Jotaro Kujo era, but Josuke and his allies come close to beating them. Shocking, funny, and...bizarre, Diamond is Unbreakable is still appointment television.
I'm glad that I try sports anime out. DAYS is the story of a high school student who isn't a gifted athlete, but he has the heart to persevere. I'm a sucker for these kinds of stories, whether they're sports-related or not. I liked the first episode, but I haven't included this in my rotation of anime.
At first, I was very interested in Servamp. It felt a little fresh, creating a world where humans and vampires have a unique relationship. Then I gradually felt like Servamp was going nowhere. There are times when I watch a show and I realize that the action may have been an afterthought, and the primary genre is something else. Anime News Network only calls it an action show, but My Anime List has josei (young women) as one of its categories. I think Servamp's real purpose is to allow girls to watch a bunch of vampire guys deal with their drama.
I don't know what it is that attracts me about Amanchu! Maybe it's the laid back pace, or the peppy, positive Hikari. Whatever it is, it has led me to catch up to the most recent episode. Amanchu! is not for everyone. I can see people getting tired of Hikari saying "Peu peu peu!" all the time. If you have a bucket list, and you want to check "watched an anime about diving" off it, then you should watch this show regardless.
Turning any kind of licensed series into a video game always seems like a veritable minefield of expectations from both fans and license holders. Landing that perfect balance isn't impossible, but it's usually the exception and not the rule. Since