It didn’t take long for Yuri!! on Ice to cross over into mainstream figure-skating. Russian skater Evgenia Medvedeva showed support for the series when…
Series premieres on Amazon Prime Video on March 6
“When I Come Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead” heads to theaters in Japan on June 08, 2018
And you thought your married life was weird! A new teaser trailer has been published for Ie ni Kaeru to Tsuma ga Kanarazu Shinda Furi wo Shite Imasu (“When I Come Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead“), an upcoming live-action film based on a 2010 Yahoo! Answers post about a husband who is baffled by his wife’s bizarre behavior. Hit the jump to learn more.
Doesn’t underestimate Hiro Mashima, the Fairy Tail creator is a master of time management. He managed to head to France for the 45th annual Angoulême International…
Adachi debuts as character on February 12
PS4 version of the remake is set for a spring release
If you missed out on the previous remake of the original Hyperdimension Neptunia, Compile Heart is about to give you another shot. The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation revealed plans for Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 Plus, which is coming to PlayStation 4 in Japan this spring. Read on for more.
There’s plenty of anime for kids, but Pop Team Epic isn’t the first example that comes to mind. One couple found out exactly how strong the effect of show…
Game’s PC, PS4, PS3, Vita versions still supported
Find out which of the season’s lineup people in every part of Europe are watching!!
With over 17 hours of simulcasts to watch every week on Crunchyroll this season, keeping up with current anime can take as much time as a job! But what’s the best of the season? Everyone’s got their own opinion, of course, but sometimes, data can tell a fuller story, can get you closer to the anime most beloved among your neighbors. Today, we’ll be looking at the continent of Europe, and examining the most popular new simulcast in each country!
An anime and manga produced side-by-side with different visions for its enthusiastic protagonist
Knight’s & Magic is a wish-fulfillment isekai by and for mecha fans. An anime and manga produced separately during the same period, each presents a unique perspective of the original light novel. The anime throws you right into the action and the manga takes its time for some serious worldbuilding. See all the differences between the anime and manga, after the jump!