Action is awesome, romance is sweet, but when it comes to making you think nothing beats psychological anime. These top psychological anime will turn your perception of anime upside down. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Do you love detective stories? Ones that keep you guessing who the criminal is? Action filled clashes between good and evil? Or maybe it's a battle of the mind between detective and criminal that gets you going. Whatever your bias, read on for some great recommendations!
Most of us drop shows that we don't like or grow tired of, but have you ever wondered which shows have the highest number of droppers, and which ones have the highest drop rates? We pulled the data from MAL, so we can see which shows MAL users gave a chance and didn't like!
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?
Anime is one of the most popular forms of animation in the world. But why do the tons of anime fans worldwide like anime so much? Here are 5 reasons - from the perspectives of several people from the anime industry - that could explain this neverending conundrum.
The new anime Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased) is the smash hit of the 2016 winter anime season. It expertly handles a cause and effect motif in a way that makes it hard to stop watching and impossible to ignore. Let's explore the intricate central theme of this beautiful anime.
Long time anime fans know the different types of anime by heart, sure, but how about newer fans? Anime types are very difficult to research on your own. This article is especially dedicated to those newbies who want to know more about them to delve deeper into the complex medium.
The winter season is here and there's a whole new batch of anime to watch. But which of the new shows are worth watching? We're here to tell you which anime have had the most promising premieres of the season.
It's entirely possible that anime in 2016 might seem perfectly healthy to you. But there are a lot of folks in the industry who are worried for its creative future, and I would argue with good reason. Is it too late to do anything about it?