Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, The World Ends With You, Brand New Animal are all hot topics of discussion this week.
The crew is back to discuss the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement in the context of the anime industry as well as ponder why...
Kakushigoto may pen itself as a comedy, but it shares a heartfelt message on the ephemeral nature of life.
When material as powerful as The Promised Neverland comes along, should we not ponder what is on our plates?
Sakura Wars The Animation turns relationships of mutual understanding into a gross harem.
Find out what's hot this anime season as many of us find more time indoors.
Hi Score Girl earns much of its charm by rationing 90s gamer nostalgia against a tale of rivalry, personal growth, and love.
I remember watching Dragon Ball Z as a kid and wishing I could shoot energy blasts from my hands or fly around using ki. I would...
The crew discusses the prospects of the new Higurashi anime project as well as what makes a good anime antagonist.
What are some anime that deserve some revisiting in this time that people find themselves with more time on their hands?
'Magia Record: Side Story' culminates its first season with a strikingly authentic illustration of cult recruitment.
People are starting to spend a lot more time indoors nowadays making an excellent excuse to watch some anime.
Babylon finds hope in our connection to the good.
Psycho Pass provides a powerful look into the nature of justice, utilitarianism, and the organization of the ideal society.
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun has surprising moments of insight into a highschool girl's struggles with love and romance
Love is in the air for this special post-Valentines Day episode!
A new decade, a new season of anime which means it's time to pick it all apart.
One of My Hero Academia's greatest strengths is its charming, likable cast of characters. In this piece, we rank them from best to worst.
Matt and Kyle have some fresh hottakes on Makoto Shinkai's newest film, Weathering With You.
Makoto Shinkai's Weathering With You delivers a gorgeous film that doesn't quite resonate as much as it wanted to.