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January 6, 2021 · 0 comments

Books: Cooking with Ghibli

Books: Cooking with Ghibli

By Helen McCarthy. Les Recettes des Films du Studio Ghibli by cook Minh-tri Vo, with photos by Apolline Cartier and film research by Claire-France Thevenon, is out now from Ynnis Editions in France, just in time for your New Year’s Resolution to…. cook a bunch of dishes inspired by Studio Ghibli films, while practising French. […]

January 3, 2021 · 0 comments

Books: Japanese Drinking

Books: Japanese Drinking

By Shelley Pallis. Masaaki Watanabe’s anime series Bartender is part of a long tradition of TV shows about smart loners who help others in secret. Its leading man is cut from the same cloth as many a medical maverick, discussed in the same tones of hushed admiration as the trouble-shooting physician Black Jack, as a […]

December 31, 2020 · 1 comment

Anime Streaming Guide 2021

Anime Streaming Guide 2021

by Chris Perkins . 2020 turned out to be a year none of us are likely to be forgetting in a hurry. But in its final month, news broke that will alter the streaming anime landscape forever. Sony Pictures Television’s Funimation bought their biggest rival, Crunchyroll, from owners AT&T/Warner Media for a deal worth over […]

December 28, 2020 · 0 comments

Millennium Actress & Japanese Film

Millennium Actress & Japanese Film

By Jonathan Clements. Millennium Actress comes loaded to the brim with references to Japanese film, although many of them, perhaps for legal reasons, have been tweaked a little so as not to be blatant hommages. So it is that we see leading lady Chiyoko with a robotic lizard, evocative of the iconic Godzilla, but not […]

December 25, 2020 · 0 comments

Pixar’s Soul

Pixar’s Soul

By Andrew Osmond. Happy Christmas, Pixar fans! The studio’s new CG animation Soul debuts today on the Disney+ platform. It’s an afterlife fantasy, in which Joe, a New York jazz pianist takes a tumble down a manhole and ends up as a disembodied, well, soul en route to the Great Beyond. But our ghostly hero […]

December 22, 2020 · 0 comments

Ride Your Wave: Director’s Notes

Ride Your Wave: Director’s Notes

By Masaaki Yuasa. Up to this point, I’ve always had large casts in my work. That’s because I always had a desire to draw the entire World” of each piece. But in this project, Ride Your Wave, I thought it would be better to limit the number of characters to focus more on the characters’ […]

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