When you think of gay anime characters, you probably think of yaoi and yuri, but great LGBT anime characters can be found in other genres. Learn about the history of sexuality and gender in Japan, how their attitudes differ from the US, and which LGBT characters challenge stereotypes.
Do you know what was the first Racing anime series? Or the first Ninja anime series? What about the first Real Robot series to be aired? In this article, we’ll be looking at 10 of the first anime series of the different genres we have in anime today.
Unison Square Garden might not be a name you’re familiar with, but you’re probably familiar with some of their music. Read on to find out more about the band, and where you’ve probably heard them from.
Who says anime fans can't have other hobbies? For the fangirls and fanboys of the world that also like to do some magical girl transformations of their own, here's a bunch of makeup products inspired by your favorite characters!
Gatchaman Crowds set itself up as a traditional superhero series about a series of super-powered teenagers combating an alien threat. Using this setup and the Gatchaman lineage, Gatchaman Crowds asks smart questions about the nature of superheroes, heroism, and technology.
Samurai Flamenco is a quirky anime series that tells an overarching story, yet can poke fun at superhero and sentai team tropes. Take a look to learn more about Samurai Flamenco and what it has to offer!