If you ever asked me this in person, I could go through a 2 hour indoctrination of how anime changed my life. Although I don’t think anyone would like to read my opinion for that long, So I am going to try and keep it short and sweet and hope you enjoy it. Also go and check out more as this is an aniblog project performed by other anibloggers inspired by Kai.
This is my first editorial, not regarding news or review of an anime for the BAR, so here’s to hoping you like it. Firstly, I want to find a few simple yet brief responses that would best describe as to why I watch anime. Canne goes over a good set of responses that are typically used but really carry no weight behind them. The best example is in regards to foreign culture, and how that is just shallow and not well thought out. I find that learning a bit about the culture is just a nice bonus but not a defining reason for me to watch anime. Continue reading
The martial arts battle continues on November 16th, when the 49th volume of Shun Matsuena’s Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple manga is released in Japan with a third OVA episode, introducing Savate assassin Christopher Eclair.
FUNimation released the earlier TV series in North America. Continue reading
Discotek has been making a name for themselves licensing classic anime, but there was a different announcement today, with the addition of Thermae Romae. “We licensed something from 2012! And it is hilarious! It’s about bath houses and time travel! Release will be in 2013 sometime.” Continue reading
Following the previous early streaming incident for The Anime Network that caused it to pull the series for a time, the streaming portal has now sorted everything out with its licensing partner and will now be able to stream the series once again. The first 3 episodes of the series will now be available at the following times:
In the future, personal computers have developed into “Persocoms”, mobile computers that look like human beings. Hideki Motosuwa, a prep school student, desperately wants to buy a Persocom but cannot afford to. One day he finds a Persocom that has been thrown away and decides to keep it. When he turns on the Persocom, all she can say is “Chi” so he decides to name her that. After a while it starts to become apparent that Chi is more than an average Persocom. Having much better performance, it seems that Chi might be a “Chobit”, a type of advanced Persocom rumored to have independent thought Continue reading