Its Over 9000, etc etc There has never been a better time to be a Dragon Ball fan. Following Dragon Ball’s resurrection after almost 20 years with Dragon Ball Super, there has been a resurgence for Akira Toriyama's franchise like never before. And while that series has now ended, there is no sign of a let… Continue reading Dragon Ball Super: Broly Review – The Ever-Soaring Franchise Hits Further Heights
Two young women, guns, fast cars and America. The ultimate movie wet dream? If that was the intention for this universally western-themed anime series, then Gunsmith Cats is just the ticket.
The second Dragon Ball Super volume covers chapters 10 through 15, with a ton of story covered. The “Champa saga” ends by chapter 13, leaving 14 and 15 to kick off the “Future Trunks saga” (otherwise known as “Goku Black saga”. That habit of naming sagas after the main villain never goes away, huh? The… Continue reading Dragon Ball Super Vol 2 Review
The first in a new series, charting the Anime genre in video game form. First up: Masemune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell.
Director: Naoko Yamada; Distributor: Anime Limited. 12 cert, 130 mins. Naoko Yamada’s adaption of Yoshitoki Ōima’s manga Koe No Katachi, titled A Silent Voice, is a coming-of-age drama. A story of atonement and friendship, and much more. 6th grade student Ishida Shouya is the class prankster. That is until his increasingly-serious bullying behavior results in a… Continue reading Review – A Silent Voice