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Tada Never Falls in Love [Review]

As an amateur but talented photographer, high school student and orphan Tada Mitsuyoshi lives to capture presented moments, but how will body guard-protected, foreign transfer student Teresa Wagner encourage or change his raison d’être?

If you’re a fellow anime cynic, the very term “transfer student” is bound to set off warning bells, but Tada Never Falls in Love, via the draw of its own sardonic title and compounding of precepts, amazes by disappointing. That’s to say this anime, based around the dramedy of school club activities and its characters’ day-to-day experiences, is very much worth your time, and I’m going to try and convince you why in the difference between however many words I’ve wasted so far and my total allotted count: Nyanko Big.

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Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions Anime Film to Screen in North America

The Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions – Take on Me anime film had its North American premiere last month at the Los Angeles Anime Film Festival. Now more fans will get a chance to check it out for themselves, because Azoland Pictures and Sentai Filmworks have teamed up to bring it to select theaters throughout...

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Even If the World Ends Tomorrow Anime Film Teased

Even if the world ends tomorrow, you’ll still get a chance to check out the new teaser trailer for Even If the World Ends Tomorrow. The original anime film comes from CRAFTAR, which implements the same “smart CG animation” technology used in the studio’s INGRESS THE ANIMATION adaptation. The director of the INGRESS anime, Yuhei...

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Hayao Miyazaki Documentary Set for December Screenings

Following up on last month’s license announcement, distributor GKIDS came through with more details about the upcoming theatrical release of Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki. The 2016 documentary follows the famed anime director after his 2013 “retirement” and through his struggles creating the CG-animated Boro the Caterpillar short. The winter 2018 plans have now been narrowed...

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How Many Mosquitoes Would it Take to Drink All Your Blood?

Thanks to their blood-sucking ways, the 3,500 species of ectoparasite known as mosquitoes have become buzzing symbols of irritation and disease. We’re usually only worried with what happens after a mosquito bites us, but what if the blood sucking itself was the really dangerous part? How many mosquitoes would it take to drain all of […]

Japanese Fans Rank the Anisongs They Most Want to Karaoke

Karaoke is a favorite pastime here in Japan, and anime fans are among its greatest adherents. But once they get into their karaoke boxes, which songs are fans most interested in belting out? That was the question from Anime Anime, who’ve just published a top 11 (with quite a few ties). Here it is: 8....

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Large Re:Zero Rem Figure Retails for Over 2,000 Dollars

The world has no shortage of figures based on Rem from Re:Zero -Starting Life in Another World-, but how many of them cost over 2,000 bucks? This Rem figure, announced today from F:NEX does… and it’s doesn’t even have legs. It is 1:1 scale, though. The busty bust (I had to, guys) measures 70 centimeters...

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Rifle is Beautiful Manga Gets Anime Adaptation

Rifle is Beautiful, a four-panel manga about a high school marksmanship club, will be getting an anime adaptation. The manga, which runs on the Tonari no Young Jump website and is written and illustrated by Akki Sarumi, is about a high school freshman who takes it upon herself to revive her school’s defunct rifle club....

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