Featured Articles tagged as "Seiyuu"
Nana Mizuki: The Hottest Female Seiyuu
Their voices may be cute, but what about the actresses behind them? Does the face match the voice? Who is the hottest female seiyuu? Debates can be waged but if there's one candidate to stand above all others, it's Nana Mizuki.
25 Anime Voice Actors Behind League of Legends Japan
League of Legends is launching a Japanese server, and the voice actors dubbing the game into Japanese have plenty of anime experience! WARNING: this is a long, video-heavy post! Mobile users beware!
Top 15 Best Subbed Anime: Keeping it Real!
One of the never-ending discussions among anime fans is probably whether they like subbed anime or dubbed anime. Let's focus on some of the main reasons why having subtitles can be more enjoyable for certain series, while also taking a look at some of the best subbed anime available!
Top 10 Favorite Male Seiyu (Voice Actors) on MAL
Voice actors make our favorite characters memorable. They give characters, well... character! Anime would be nothing without their hard work and dedication. But which voice actor is the best at his job? Let’s take a look at the top 10 male seiyu (voice actors) on MyAnimeList to find out!
Top 10 Female Anime Seiyu (Voice Actors) on MAL [Updated]
We've already counted down your favorite girls in anime, but what about the real women from behind the scenes that bring your favorite characters to life? Here are the top 10 Favorited female seiyuu on MyAnimeList.
An Interview With Charlotte's Ayane Sakura!
Charlotte follows in its predecessors, Clannad and Angel Beats!, footsteps as this year's newest heart-rending youth story.
Let's see what popular voice actress Ayane Sakura has to say about her character, Tomori Nao!
Opening Fire: Akame ga Kill!'s "Liar Mask"
Akame ga Kill! starts dark and gets darker. Heroes on both sides die one after the other, and the second opening tells us that the blood hasn't even begun to flow. The last ten episodes open with "Liar Mask" by Rika Mayama, prepping us for a wild ride through betrayal, corruption, and redemption.
Opening Fire: Akame ga Kill!'s "Skyreach"
Akame ga Kill! is one wild ride. It's full of black comedy and ultra-violence from the first episode on—and it all starts with the theme song. Sora Amamiya's "Skyreach" introduces a vibrant world full of characters that don't hesitate to kill. Let's take a closer look at this pulse-pounding opening!
Why You Should Watch Gakkougurashi!
Gakkougurashi! (School-Live!) is not your average cute slice of life anime. No really- it's not just weird because they live at school. Plus, a short interview of two of the voice actresses!