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Adapting a manga for the big screen can be a daunting task, especially one that’s been running nonstop for well over a decade. Director Shinsuke Sato has taken the burden of bringing Yasuhisa Hara’s Kingdom, which is in itself an

In an instant, your life can change for better or worse. For the young girl Okko (Madigan Kacmar), her very world is shattered when her parents die in a car accident. After being taken in by her grandmother Mineko (Glynis

Broly's original trilogy in Dragon Ball's film lore was, to put it mildly, uninspired. While it had its fair share of laughs and action, it wasn't up to par with some of the more iconic Dragon Ball films like Tree

These days, one would have to attend a legit film festival to bear witness to a collection of short films. Studio Ponoc on the other hand would rather bring the festival to the common person. However this idea for the

Mamoru Hosoda has this knack of bringing the most realistic human action and emotion into all of his animated films. From the trials of single motherhood in Wolf Children to a confused teenager waking up to something mystical in The

It's no secret that My Hero Academia has grown to become of the most beloved superhero stories of the last decade. Based on Kōhei Horikoshi's original manga series, the tale of a Quirkless boy and his journey to become the

It must be hard for Hiromasa Yonebayashi. After leaving Studio Ghibli during its hiatus, the director of The Secret World of Arrietty should have been pumping his creative juices into his Ponoc studio's first project. Unfortunately, after watching his latest

There have been many a weird love story told since the days of old, be it by literature's greatest writers or even the likes of a Troma production. But Satellite Girl and Milk Cow, a 2014 Korean animated film, takes

Those familiar with Hiro Mashima's beloved Fairy Tail series know exactly what they're signing up for when they read the manga or watch A-1 Pictures' animated adaptation. Each chapter, episode, and even film is presented with a fine mixture of

We write lots of titles for each week's ElectricSistaHood podcast. Unfortunately, we can use only one of them. But those old titles don't just crawl off and die -- they end up in a Recycle Bin we call #RejectedTitles and we let you see them anyway.