This marks the first time that “Ocean Waves” will get a theatrical run throughout North America.
The latest from Wit Studio and Tetsurō Araki is a gruesome, action-packed series featuring human-devouring monsters and steampunk samurai.
The film follows a boy and girl who find themselves inhabiting each other’s bodies.
Tomohiko Itō’s latest anime is rooted in tragedy, loss, and a search for restoration and redemption… and time travel.
Forget about characters and plot. My favorite aspect of “Macross” has always been its amazing mecha designs.
Transforming mecha and the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” make everything better.
Tsutomu Nihei’s dark cyberpunk manga will be a “Netflix Original Film” in 2017.
The latest instance in Hollywood’s long history of casting white people as non-white characters.
Time may not be kind to all of these cartoon series but my inner twelve-year-old still loves them.
The ending of Isao Takahata’s masterpiece leaves me choked up every time I watch it.
Even after two decades, the classic mecha anime series still casts a long shadow over the anime medium.
Paris-based filmmaker “dono” condenses everything that’s good and golden about Miyazaki’s work into three minutes.
Knights of Sidonia’s second season sacrifices nearly everything that made its first season so interesting and refreshing.
In a little meta twist, the new season will also include an adaptation of Tsutomu Nihei’s ‘Blame!.’
I’ve compiled some of my favorite Yoko Kanno compositions to showcase the remarkable diversity and flare that typifies her music.
Now that Studio Ghibli seems to be in a twilight stage of its existence, I’m doubly interested in Mami Sunada’s documentary.
This may be the only anime article you’ll read that mentions Bertrand Russell in a review of Attack on Titan.
The high-profile animated film is currently streaming on Netflix in a heavily edited and diminished form.
This has the makings of something more than just your typical, run-of-the-mill mecha series.
The Simpsons pay tribute to the animation master.