The official GANTZ:O Website uploaded a new trailer for the upcoming CG movie Gantz:O . The trailer shows off some new footage of how everything begins. Below you can see some of the shows staff- Keiichi Satou-Chief director Yasushi Kawamura- Film Director Tsutomu Kuroiwa – Screenplay Daisuke Ono -Voice of Masaru Katō Digital Frontier is handling production. […]
Anime North has come and gone again this year in Toronto and we attended the event to take photographs of the amazing work that people put into their cosplays. Due to hotel problems, most of the images were done on the Saturday since I had limited light Friday by the time I was able to […]
It’s been a while since Evangelion was released, and for some reason there are now remakes. These new films are called “Rebuilds” the supposed reasoning was so the series creator Anno could recreate the series as he had originally wanted. But of course, things are much more complicated then that. For this review it is […]
Neon Genesis Evangelion was a legendary series, with its end many people were left unsatisfied, some of those people were the series creators. In 1997 Evangelion was to get a more robust ending, and that ending was called “The end of Evangelion. This review was wrote after having just watched the series before- Visuals The End […]
With all the Evangelion that’s been on my mind lately I started browsing YouTube for random videos of it, and of course out of nowhere this glorious bit of video arrived. Uploaded by user ieJoMaFlo the video is a wonderful parody of the odd rebooting of the series.
Neon Genesis Evangelion Many years ago I watched Evangelion, I was young and unobservant. Even then I could tell there was a lot going on with the series, now I am older I decided that I and a few others needed to experience this legendary series once again( or for the first time in ones […]
This review is dedicated to my longtime best friend–a lover of wolves, a conservationist, and an anime fan. And, very recently, the birthday girl! Director and co-writer Mamoru Hosoda delivers in Wolf Children a gem of an ode to the heartrending challenges and unimaginable joys of parenthood. Hana is a university student who falls in […]
(The Sidearc edition of this post is dedicated to a user and friend, @panamapunk, without whom I don’t know I would have ever been motivated to see this film. It was worth it, and hence he is in part to thank for this review and the experiences that built it.) There is more to be […]