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Books: Anime’s Knowledge Cultures

Books: Anime’s Knowledge Cultures

By Jonathan Clements. The subtitle of Jinying Li’s new book, “Geek, Otaku, Zhai” alludes to the rise of fandom and fans as movers and shakers in modern media and culture, tracking the Rise of the Nerds from a period, say, when only “losers” read comics in the eyes of the mainstream, to an age where […]

February 28, 2024 · 0 comments
Mobile Suit GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM – Coming to UK cinemas from 23rd March

Mobile Suit GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM – Coming to UK cinemas from 23rd March

A BRAND-NEW CHAPTER IN AN EPIC STORY MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM COMING EXCLUSIVELY TO CINEMAS FROM 23RD MARCH Two decades after it first wowed a generation of anime fans, Anime Limited brings the spectacular return of Gundam SEED to the big screen Glasgow, UK, 26th February 2024 – Revisit an era that introduced a […]

February 26, 2024 · 0 comments
The Rise and Rise of Mari Okada

The Rise and Rise of Mari Okada

By Zoe Crombie. As far as creators of anime go, Mari Okada has experienced one of the strangest rises to power from her humble origins to her current position as one of the most well-known writers and directors of the mode. There are only a handful of prominent female directors in anime, with Okada and […]

February 25, 2024 · 0 comments
Blue Thermal

Blue Thermal

By Jonathan Clements. Tamaki Tsuru ignores her mother’s complaints and applies to Aonagi University in That Fancy Tokyo, where she intends to make friends, fall in love and maybe do some studying eventually. Much more important is the selection of the right school club, because that will be the talent pool that supplies her future […]

February 22, 2024 · 1 comment
A Place Further Than the Universe

A Place Further Than the Universe

By Zoe Crombie. Kimari is a high school student teetering on the edge of experience, wanting to live while she’s young but needing the right push to do so. That extra encouragement comes in the form of Shirase, a fellow student whose belief that her mother, a missing Antarctic explorer, is still waiting her in […]

February 19, 2024 · 0 comments
Manga: Kafka

Manga: Kafka

By Tom Wilmot. As part of its latest wave of Japanese releases, Pushkin Press has taken the plunge into the world of manga, starting with Nishioka Kyodai’s Kafka. First published in Japan in 2010, the manga adapts several short stories from Bohemian-born author Franz Kafka, who’s widely regarded as one of the most important literary […]

February 16, 2024 · 0 comments

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February 28, 2024 · 0 comments

Books: Anime’s Knowledge Cultures

Books: Anime’s Knowledge Cultures

By Jonathan Clements. The subtitle of Jinying Li’s new book, “Geek, Otaku, Zhai” alludes to the rise of fandom and fans as movers and shakers in modern media and culture, tracking the Rise of the Nerds from a period, say, when only “losers” read comics in the eyes of the mainstream, to an age where […]

February 26, 2024 · 0 comments

Mobile Suit GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM – Coming to UK cinemas from 23rd March

Mobile Suit GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM – Coming to UK cinemas from 23rd March

A BRAND-NEW CHAPTER IN AN EPIC STORY MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM SEED FREEDOM COMING EXCLUSIVELY TO CINEMAS FROM 23RD MARCH Two decades after it first wowed a generation of anime fans, Anime Limited brings the spectacular return of Gundam SEED to the big screen Glasgow, UK, 26th February 2024 – Revisit an era that introduced a […]

February 25, 2024 · 0 comments

The Rise and Rise of Mari Okada

The Rise and Rise of Mari Okada

By Zoe Crombie. As far as creators of anime go, Mari Okada has experienced one of the strangest rises to power from her humble origins to her current position as one of the most well-known writers and directors of the mode. There are only a handful of prominent female directors in anime, with Okada and […]

February 22, 2024 · 1 comment

Blue Thermal

Blue Thermal

By Jonathan Clements. Tamaki Tsuru ignores her mother’s complaints and applies to Aonagi University in That Fancy Tokyo, where she intends to make friends, fall in love and maybe do some studying eventually. Much more important is the selection of the right school club, because that will be the talent pool that supplies her future […]

February 19, 2024 · 0 comments

A Place Further Than the Universe

A Place Further Than the Universe

By Zoe Crombie. Kimari is a high school student teetering on the edge of experience, wanting to live while she’s young but needing the right push to do so. That extra encouragement comes in the form of Shirase, a fellow student whose belief that her mother, a missing Antarctic explorer, is still waiting her in […]

February 16, 2024 · 0 comments

Manga: Kafka

Manga: Kafka

By Tom Wilmot. As part of its latest wave of Japanese releases, Pushkin Press has taken the plunge into the world of manga, starting with Nishioka Kyodai’s Kafka. First published in Japan in 2010, the manga adapts several short stories from Bohemian-born author Franz Kafka, who’s widely regarded as one of the most important literary […]

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