VIZ Media Launches New Shoujo Manga Series THE YOUNG MASTER’S REVENGE

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VIZ Media Launches New Shoujo Manga Series The Young Master’s Revenge as of March 6th. Immediately upon first glance, I recognized Meca Tanaka’s (田中メカ Tanaka Meka) art style as I flipped through the pages of The Young Master’s Revenge (Kimi no Koto nado Zettai ni). She is famous overseas for Faster than a Kiss (another great Shoujo Manga Series.) Viz Media has also happened to license one of her other manga series Meteor Prince. This series originally


Synopsis: In the POKÉMON ADVANCED CHALLENGE COMPLETE COLLECTION, a shadow hovers over Ash, May, and friends as they continue their journey through the Hoenn region, and it's not just that of Mt. Chimney—both Team Magma and Team Aqua put plans into action with our heroes caught in the middle! When not foiling evil schemes, Ash and May chase their personal goals, with Ash battling for three more Gym badges and May winning her first three contest

Koe no Katachi | Anime Review

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About Koe no KatachiThere are a few shows that have the effect on us that, when we finish, there's a void. Something that the show or movie was so remarkable at, that it takes a piece of us as we sit at blank credits rolling just to process everything. Naruto, Clannad, Your Lie in April, and Your Name, are but a few examples of this phenomenon. The writing, themes, and other factors of the shows are

Interview: Yuu Asakawa | Taiyou Con 2016

Geek News Network interviews Yuu Asakawa at Taiyou Con 2016. Yuu Asakawa is a voice actress most known for Crypton Future Media’s Vocaloid, Megurine Luka. She has also played the part of numerous anime characters from Akame ga Kil, Love Hina and much more. She discusses her experience at Taiyou and finding new ways to contribute to the community. Director of Filmography: Chris Campbell Reporter: Jory Blaine Camera Operator: Paul Ling Video Edit: Paul Ling

The Seven Deadly Sins: Netflix Exclusive Anime

You know that feeling when you finish watching the first episode of a series on Netflix and you're like, "Welp, there goes the next 6 hours of my life. I'll see the rest of you humans later." Honestly, how did we ever procrastinate before Netflix? I'm referring to a series titled The Seven Deadly Sins, of which Netflix recently acquired the exclusive streaming rights. I feel like the distribution of Knights of Sidonia worked out pretty well, so

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ Goes Super Saiyan God at the Box Office

Ah, I remember it like it was only yesterday. Initiate dreamy recollection. (Possibly in black and white, because why not.) Getting off the school bus and running home as fast as we could, dumping our stuff in a pile by the front door and plopping down in front of the television. Toonami was on Cartoon Network, and Dragon Ball Z was bringing the late 90's anime awesomeness. Going Super Saiyan on my younger siblings and getting yelled

“The Wind Rises” Movie Review

It is often said that you won't get much done with your head in the clouds. But when you dream about creating airplanes for a living, it may just be a good place to start. In The Wind Rises, director Hayao Miyazaki's final feature film, a boy named Jiro Horikoshi (Zach Callison, Joseph Gordon Levitt), dreams of one day designing planes. His eyesight prevents him from being a pilot, but his lofty ambitions are encouraged, through

A look at Anime Los Angeles 2014

With the New Year comes the start of con season. One of the best ways to start the New Year is by taking a visit to the lovely Los Angeles to catch ALA (Anime Los Angeles). Held at the LAX Marriott, its location was not only convenient, but impressive. It has a reputation, and even a nickname of being the “pool con.” The gorgeous pool has a river where you can take pictures of some