By Meghan Ellis. Do you lie awake at night worrying about the ethics of agricultural practices in the 21st Century? If that doesn’t sound like you, watch Silver Spoon, a slice-of-life anime based on the manga by Hiromu Arakawa of Fullmetal Alchemist fame. Set in rural Hokkaido at Oezo Agricultural High School, you’d be hard […]
By Andrew Osmond. Like or hate it, last year’s live-action Ghost in the Shell performed a service in reminding many people of the Japanese original. But many people probably thought of one Ghost only. At least in Britain and America, it does seem that the 1995 cinema anime film, directed by Mamoru Oshii and co-produced […]
By Mitchell Lineham. Each entry in Atlus’ Persona series has an identifiable theme, and Persona 3 sees ancient Greek mythology take centre stage. Persona 3 Movie #2: A Midsummer Knight’s Dream introduces us to a new slew of Persona, each of which reflects the state of their user’s hearts.
By Roxy Simons. Kae Serinuma is a fujoshi, a type of fangirl who is obsessed with Boys-Love products, and looks for it in real life wherever she goes. Heavy-set and kind-hearted, Kae is happy to stay on the side-lines while she pairs her attractive male colleagues together in her mind. Because of this she’s not […]
By Chris Perkins. Here at the Anime Limited Blog we’ve been exploring the history of anime and manga magazines in the UK, with our articles on the history of Anime UK/FX and Manga Mania/Max. But Manga Max published its final issue in 2000, and it’s about time we brought the story up to date, as […]