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May 18, 2021 · 0 comments

Newswire: Anime Limited Shares Updates to Theatrical Efforts, Webshop

Newswire: Anime Limited Shares Updates to Theatrical Efforts, Webshop

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18th May 2021 One year ago today, Anime Limited announced the curated online film festival Screen Anime to bring together passionate communities in the UK and Ireland around the finest in animation, a quick and thoughtful response to the shutdown of cinemas and impacted opportunities for celebrating the arts necessitated by […]

May 18, 2021 · 1 comment

Carnivore Culture

Carnivore Culture

By Jeannette Ng. Beastars is the story of Legoshi, an achingly awkward wolf who struggles with his carnivore side as like many of his fellow classmates, he is no longer a cute puppy and he feels an instinctive pull towards violence, blood and meat. Irrevocably intertwined with that desire for blood is also lust, sex […]

May 15, 2021 · 0 comments

The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

By Jeremy Clarke. With a title that seems to proclaim, “look at me, I’ve arrived”, Daiei’s The Invisible Man Appears (1949) is a Japanese manifesto, a statement that they can match American movies. Eiji Tsuburaya‘s effects are as good as anything in Universal’s The Invisible Man (1933) and were almost certainly produced at a fraction […]

May 12, 2021 · 0 comments

Interview: Francesco Prandoni

Interview: Francesco Prandoni

By Gianni Simone. In the world of Japanese animation, one company that has consistently come up with original and beautifully produced works is Production I.G, one of the hundreds of studios located in Tokyo’s western suburbs. I had a chance to talk about Production I.G’s history and philosophy, and recent developments in the anime industry […]

May 9, 2021 · 0 comments

Castlevania season 2

Castlevania season 2

By Andrew Osmond. This blog has already run an in-depth article on Castlevania’s game origins and the people who produced it, which you can read here. The second season carries on very directly from the first, with the three principals – vampire-hunting heir Trevor Belmont, young woman magician Sylpha, and Dracula’s estranged son Alucard – […]

May 6, 2021 · 0 comments

Music: The AIUEO Song

Music: The AIUEO Song

By Jonathan Clements. In one of the most widely discussed scenes in Mitsuyo Seo’s 1945 animated feature Momotaro, Sacred Sailors, the frenzied activity of building a South-Sea military base grinds to a halt for the animal soldiers to teach Japanese to the natives. An unruly outdoor classroom of apes, tigers and even a somewhat out-of-place […]

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