The Evangelion manga reviews continue. Continue reading →
The Neon Genesis Evangelion Films (Death & Rebirth, End, 1.11 and 2.22) were all in the qualifying round of the GSFFT. In preparation for our podcasts discussing these films, I’m taking a look at the Evangelion manga, which recently came to an end in Japan. Continue reading →
This week, I’ve got a review of an anime that’s a bit different from most of the anime I’ve reviewed previously, and probably most of the anime in general I’ve reviewed. It’s from Gainax, and it’s semi-biographical. It’s called Otaku No Video. Continue reading →
Funimation has announced that they have licenced Gainax’s 6-episode OVA “FLCL” (Furi-Kuri), with plans to the release the series on 1 DVD set and on a Blu-Ray this coming year. This is another series to be rescued from the ruins of Geneon. Continue reading →
So, previously I’ve reviewed Gurren Lagann. Prior to my review, and to a certain extent, after my review (they’re repeating it) it was also aired on the Sci-Fi Channel’s Ani-Mondays block. Well, now Hulu has is available, in dubbed form, for streaming as well. I have the first episode embedded below the cut. Enjoy!
EDIT: So, apparently WordPress isn’t playing well with embedding video from Hulu, so I’m putting a direct link instead.
Anime News Network is reporting that Neon Genesis Evangelion 1.0: You Are (not) Alone, the first film of Gainax’s Eva reset film trilogy is, unfortunately, not eligible for the Academy award for Best Animated Feature. According to the Acadamy’s rules, a foreign film is eligible for nomination for this year’s awards if it first opened outside the US after January 1st, 2008. However, Eva 1.0 opened on September 1st, 2007, and Funimation licensed the film around December. Ponyo, however, is elgible, meeting the requirements for US and Domestic release dates. Continue reading →
Well, most of the anime I’ve reviewed fairly recently has been older stuff. However, I’ve now watched Gainax’s most recent mecha series, Gurren Lagann. So, does its drill pierce the heavens, or does it kick good taste to the curb and make the horrible possible? Continue reading →