[WARNING: Content potentially Not Safe For Work] By Jasper Sharp. The three titles in Mushi Pro’s short-lived “Animerama” series, A Thousand & One Nights (1969), Cleopatra (1970) and Belladonna of Sadness (1973), arrived at an interesting juncture in the history of Japanese animation and Osamu Tezuka’s Mushi Production.
All The Anime Podcast #48 – Season 3, episode #06: “Exposition Issues” [Recorded on 14th & 15th june 2018] With various members of the team being out and about the place, Jeremy brings you literally a show of two halves very much themed around the happenings of E3. First he is joined by Lauren and […]
by Jeremy Clarke. Portrait of the artist at age 66. A new documentary Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda finds musician Ryuichi Sakamoto working on a new album following a third degree throat cancer diagnosis and time off work for treatment. At the same time, it presents a select chronological appraisal of his career from Yellow Magic Orchestra […]
A little while ago we revealed details on what to expect from our upcoming release of the series Rokka -Braves of the Six Flowers- that is coming to Ltd Collector’s Ed. Blu-ray and standard DVD on 25th June 2018. Today we’re excited to bring an unboxing of the Ltd Collector’s Ed. Blu-ray set! Read on below […]
By Andrew Osmond. The story of Mai Mai Miracle takes place in a very specific time, 1955, with some excursions back a millennium into the past. The film’s setting is Hofu, a coastal city in Yamaguchi prefecture at the bottom of Japan’s main island, Honshu. As the script mentions, in previous centuries the area used […]