The enormous busts, bulging muscles, and overstated weaponry represent a larger cultural shift.
Kicking off a new year with favorite otherworldly anime and manga! Featuring items from Sword Art Online, Re:Zero, No Game No Life and Log Horizon!
Michelle Ruff returned to Sac Anime and was glad to answer my questionsYou may not know the name Michelle Ruff, but Anime fans should be familiar with her work. She has been voiced all kinds of characters in Anime, movies and video games. I was not that familiar with her work at first. It turns…
Alex Yarde unboxes horror from lootwear!
–Dear Snapchat,There’s no easy way to do this. I love Snapchat as my friends or followers can attest. I cook and immediately post using your robust editing and filters. I enjoy following my friends and readers, I love everything about your product. But it’s clear you not only have ZERO cultural awareness, for a social…
All Things Geek Conntributor Emma Henderson assiduously reviews Supernatural Seinen Anime phenom AJIN:Demi-Human and offers recommendations for fledgling Otakus!
Cristina Vee was at Fanime this year and Jay Snook was able to ask her a few questionsHere is a Bio on Cristina Vee:Cristina ‘Vee’ Valenzuela is a anime and video game voice actress residing near Los Angeles, California. In addition to her work as a voice actress and director, Cristina is also known for…
The Crystal Anvil is looking to create a single online home for lovers of Cosplay, Alex Yarde reports
Set in Post-apocalyptic Tokyo, Exogenesis the adventure/visual novel hybrid inspired by Ace Attorney games, gets Alex Yarde in Otaku mode!
On it’s 35th anniversary Gundam anime fan Casval Deikun & Alex Yarde need your help to reintroduce Gundam in the US.
Doctor NerdLove explores the reasons why so many guys get confused about what it means to be in love.
Erotic art has existed throughout human history. (Even before the internet.)
She’s not imaginary—she’s just not real.
Is it two great tastes that taste great together, or an unholy union of the most uncommon kind?
Dawn Richards digs anime. Who knew?
G4’s much-anticipated original anime series, Iron Man and Wolverine, have finally received their summer premiere dates. The network announces that shows will premiere on Friday, July 29. [Video]