Danganronpa 3

Danganronpa 3 Updates!

At the beginning of December last year it was announced that the third main entry in the Danganronpa series would be an original anime to finish off the Hope’s Peak Academy saga. Recently it has been announced that both of the season’s arcs will be airing simultaneously this year during Japan’s Summer season. That is to say, […]

First Impressions: Ace Attorney

Ryūichi Naruhodō, or as some of us better know him as, Phoenix Wright, has finally received his own anime. If, like me, you’ve been following along with the games, the manga, the musicals and the movie, then, clearly, you were eagerly awaiting the next exciting instalment to the Ace Attorney Saga; but has A-1 Pictures […]

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Review: Sailor Moon: Season 1 Part 2 (DVD)

I’ve gushed about my odd love for the 1990s adaptation of Naoko Takeuchi’s touchstone series Sailor Moon many times since getting hooked on the show in 1996. I possibly got a bit unnecessarily nerd excited when reviewing this collection’s predecessor if we’re being objective. I was considering trying to be a bit more level-headed as […]

Good Smile go Osomatsu-san Figma Crazy

If you’ve been watching the Osomatsu-san anime and thinking to yourself that you’d really like to spend a pile of moondollars of figures of all of the Matsuno sextuplets, Good Smile have heard your wishes and will gladly charge you a princely sum of ¥3,900 each for six almost identical figures! Each of the brothers comes with a […]

Review: Fairy Tail Collection 17 (Blu-Ray)

In this volume of Fairy Tail we are at the tale end of the Grand Magic Games (an annual competition held to determine the strongest guild in Fiore). Only the most powerful wizards are left to clash to see who is the victor of the games. Meanwhile behind the scenes our main protagonist Natsu is […]

Review: Blue Exorcist Series Collection (DVD)

Often anime series with Western ‘demon’ themes tend to be saturated with complex and impenetrable Christian mythos that leaves people like me (with no real knowledge of the source material) reeling in confused disinterest. Happily, Blue Exorcist is one of those rare series that features these themes but is actually enjoyable and easy to follow. The story […]

Review: Michiko & Hatchin Complete Series (DVD)

Michiko & Hatchin is a unique story set in a fictional country that bears a strong resemblance to Brazil. We’re introduced to the criminal Michiko Malandro, who escapes prison to rescue 10-year-old Hana ‘Hatchin’ Morenos from her abusive foster family. Michiko’s steadfast determination to find her old flame Hiroshi Morenos (Hatchin’s father, thought to be […]