Some thoughts on the definitions of “anime” and the cartoons of my youth.
In the mood for something unique from the era of hand drawn anime? Then check this out.
Look what arrived in the post today. It looks nice….but is it the edition we’ve been waiting for?
In the final entry of our Casshern retrospective we take a look at the most recent series SINS.
A collection of thoughts on why I enjoy the hobby.
I take a look at an innovative new manga reading device and re-experience a shonen classic in a whole new way.
Is this series an immortal classic? or does it deserve to die?
We delve into the world of Chirico Cuvie once more….
A new project for 2018!
Demons, Robots, Saiyans, Kenshiro and more retro goodness inbound!
I discuss the agony (and the ecstasy) of our friend and enemy: the backlog.
I talk about a film that I tell any anime fan willing to listen about.
Another trip down memory lane regarding friends who touched my life through the magic of shared fandom.
In the second of my articles on Armoured Trooper Votoms I look back at the second installment in the Votoms anime series: the OVA “The Last Red Shoulder”
I reflect upon my time as a subtitle proofreader for Animeigo’s recent Blu Ray release of Riding Bean (1989).
I rewatch a classic piece of 80’s anime in the first of a series of articles about Armoured Trooper Votoms!
I revisit a UK documentary about the emergence of anime and manga in Britain. How have things changed since it aired?
I dig into a rare treat, a classic anime movie I’d not already seen but have always wanted to!
I take a look back at the 2004 Live action movie adaptation of Casshern. Is it worth your time?
In which i discuss re-edited US friendly anime and how it continues to cast a shadow over the legacy of old school shows both classic and obscure.
I look back at an often overlooked classic of 80’s anime cinema.
Pretty much as the title says really…..some thoughts on making friends through anime.
This time I take a look at 1993’s OVA “Casshern Robot Hunter”
I take a look back at Studio Tatsunoko’s TV anime Classic.
I went to the cinema twice in January and saw an anime movie both times…..
A look at an early work from one of Japan’s most talented manga creators.
In which I introduce my site….and my quest.