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4-koma Manga 'Kiniro Mosaic' Ends Serialization

The January 2020 issue of Manga Time Kirara MAX announced on Monday that Yui Hara's Kiniro Mosaic manga will end in five chapters, including the chapter published in the issue. The 4-koma slice of life comedy manga will end in the magazine's May 2020... read more

9 hours ago by Vindstot | Discuss (5 comments)

Voice Actor Tsubasa Yonaga to Limit Work Due to Voice Disorder

On Monday, voice actor Tsubasa Yonaga took to Twitter to reveal he has suffered from an undisclosed form of dysphonia since 2018, and as a result will begin to limit the number of jobs he accepts. His agency, Ken Production, also published a press re... read more

New TV Anime 'Natsunagu!' Remembers 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes

A 12-episode TV anime series titled Natsunagu! was announced on Monday. The anime has been produced entirely by Kumamoto's local government, as a part of the ongoing reconstruction efforts following the 2016 earthquakes. Three main staff and one main... read more

Yesterday, 1:08 PM by Kineta | Discuss (14 comments)

PV Collection for Nov 11 - 17

Here is a collection of promotional videos (PVs), TV ads (CMs), and trailers for the last week. This thread excludes videos that have already been featured in an article. Please check the News Board, under the Preview tag, for articles that feature a... read more

Nov 17, 2:23 PM by Sakana-san | Discuss (2 comments)

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Overall Rating: 7 Kimi no Na wa. add
I wasn't intrigued with watching anime at the start, with the likes of seeing flashes of classics such as DBZ and others during my childhood. Then, years later, my curiosity has led me to return to anime. Few months back, when I watched my very first anime movie, Weathering with You, and many had known, and sadly, I will spoil, that a boy named Taki... read more
I stumbled across this gem by accident and fell in love with it. But sadly, the subsequent two seasons aren't available in Japanese. So the only way I could fully finish the story is by reading the original novels by Jin Yong. To anyone reading this review, don't watch the anime. It's an inferior experience to the novel. I guarantee that you will not... read more
Overall Rating: 9 Enen no Shouboutai add
Main keypoints: 1. Story -Setting: The story is set in what looks like a steampunk early to mid XX-century Tokyo. It give off some Tekkon Kinkreet vibes so if you are into this kinda of thing like I am you will enjoy it. -Pacing: Story is fast-paced, Some scenes happen very quickly and if you turn away for a moment you can miss some development.... read more
Preliminary
WARNING: Minor spoilers up to episode 4. Higurashi, at its best, is a tense and enthralling viewing experience. Unfortunately it's not often at its best. There is, I think, all the material here for a much better series, but ultimately its conceptual basis is far too simple to justify the convoluted manner by which we end up getting to the revelations... read more

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