Sure, you might love some of the more poorly received anime in this article, and you might not understand the fervor around the latest big hits. But this is what the general consensus is around the latest hits and misses of the Spring 2016 anime season for western anime fans.
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress was *the* supremely hyped anime of the spring season, bolstered by its reputation as being the hot new project from the creators of AoT. It was doing great during the first half of its run, but people had given up on the series by its conclusion. What the hell happened?
Zombies may have roots in Haitian folklore, but their influence has since spread worldwide. Over the past few years, Japan has caught its own case of zombie fever, producing a variety of zombie anime both traditional and unique. Without further ado, here are the 15 deadliest zombie anime ever.
Koutetsujou no Kabaneri (aka Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress) is one of the leading series of the Spring 2016 anime season. However, many critics have said that it shares too many aspects with Attack on Titan to be called a true success. So just how similar are they? Let's compare and contrast!
So the first episodes of almost every spring anime have aired but you haven't had the time nor the patience to sit through every single one to find out which ones might be worth following? Don't worry, because our writer has laid out which anime of the spring 2016 season have started strongly.
Anime is a form of entertainment usually marketed towards an otaku fanbase, making it difficult for people unfamiliar with that culture to step in. The noitaminA programming block was created to serve as a gateway to that audience. But how well have they kept their promise throughout the years?
The most exciting and intriguing anime of a new season are always the original material. You never know when one of these series will blow up and become the next big thing. Our writer is here to tell you which anime originals to keep your eye on this spring 2016.
Attack on Titan was a huge success outside of Japan, bigger than anything else this decade, but what will the next breakout hit be? We take a look at 5 candidates, some quite similar to the man-eating giants anime, and some very different altogether.