Sore ga Seiyuu Hardships Galore




The latest episode of voice actress anime Sore ga Seiyuu has enlightened its audience as to just how difficult it is to become (and maintain the position of) a seiyuu, as the show’s cute girls struggle through various obstacles on their agonizingly slow ascent to minor stardom – sure to prove inspiring for those embarking on the same journey.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 16, 2015 08:04

    I hope they show the alternative, easier route to becoming a seiyuu: fuck with the producer.... More

  • Rya commented on July 16, 2015 07:09

    No work - come to the office and stand in line at the entrance for all to see. It's shamefur dispray.... More

Sore ga Seiyuu: “Masako Nozawa!”




The newly debuted Sore ga Seiyuu has given watchers a glimpse into the life of an anime-seiyuu, packed with plenty of moe and comedy that should appeal to more than just obsessed anime fans – animated appearances by some well-known seiyuu however have certainly helped in garnering ardent praise from the aforementioned anime lovers.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 13, 2015 19:42

    Well to be exact, that didn't happen. She said that she found it was hard to get a job, so since it was so hard anyway, she might as well aim for her dream, even... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 10, 2015 11:32

    The original is made by the Hayate no Gotoku guy, so you should expect acurate depiction of the job, moe girls and his signature absurd comedy... More

“Bayonetta Bloody Fate” Movie Announced



Gonzo’s anime movie adaptation of top witch ’em up Bayonetta has proven perhaps the only surprise left to the Tokyo Game Show, with the film by most accounts looking as enchantingly sadistic as the game proper.

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  • Anonymous commented on October 19, 2013 01:20

    Erm...not the same without the English accent.... More

  • Mogster commented on September 23, 2013 17:48

    Reminds me of Hellsing.... More


Beleaguered anime producer Gonzo has by way of its participation at the Tokyo Anime Fair announced its support for Ishihara’s policies of anime censorship, and has also announced a continuation to its hit anime Last Exile in the form of a new series.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 27, 2011 20:13

    No worries, I liked it too. Wasn't as good as the Gonzo "classics" (could've used a better storyline) but still decent.... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 5, 2011 03:31

    What a loony.... More


Funimation’s English release of top pantsu anime Strike Witches is all but here, with the DVD due at the end of the month. To commemorate the occasion, Funimation and Sankaku Complex are offering users the chance to get some free copies of the DVD.

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  • Chen-04 commented on July 30, 2013 03:46

    It's impossible for re-dubs to be good. Stop lying.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 9, 2010 11:15

    I HATE Funimation dubs; Love their subs.... More

Top 10 Shocking Anime Headlines of 2009


One magazine’s estimation of what the most shocking anime news of 2009 was makes for some interesting reading, with all manner of upsets evident.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 15, 2011 02:22

    #6: Well DUH! If it was shown nine times, would it be called the Endless "EIGHT"?!... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 14, 2009 13:19

    Where can I see the Setsuna one?... More

Saki DVD vs TV Spot the Difference


Nopan mahjong anime Saki seems to managed some quite scrupulous revisions in the transition from TV to DVD, which are compiled exhaustively by one of 2ch’s image specialists above, with the DVD on the right.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 24, 2010 04:42

    hey i noticed some too, the 11:30 pic, the guys on the top right have dif hair in each pic. and from what i've seen in this whole differential, the tv anime has a lot of... More

  • dyguests commented on December 26, 2009 23:38

    Waaaaa~~~~~ I'll buy the DVD!~~~... More

Gonzo Stripped of Strike Witches Season 2


In a surprise announcement which may be the death knell for troubled studio Gonzo, the production for the second season of Strike Witches has apparently been confirmed as moving to studio AIC, despite earlier assurances that Gonzo would retain the rights.

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  • Firaku commented on December 1, 2009 16:37

    Can't wait for season 2!... More

  • motaku96 commented on November 30, 2009 12:00

    I will miss gonzo. They were probably my second or third favorite producers.... More


Generic school anime Seitokai no Ichizon has attracted attention with a complete Strike Witches parody, which as the credits to the episode indicate actually involved cooperation with Gonzo…

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  • Anonymous commented on October 14, 2010 06:47

    What episode of Seitokai no Ichizon is the Strike Witches parody in?... More

  • Inovader commented on October 1, 2010 13:01

    Parody or cross-promotion? Kyo-ani and Lucky Star with Haruhi/FMP 'parody' or cross promotion?... More

Saki Recycling Anime


Keen observation by fans of nopan mahjong anime Saki has revealed that the anime is environmentally conscious enough to recycle frames from earlier episodes wherever possible, which some unkind fans have labeled a cheap cost-cutting measure by a studio on the brink of disaster.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 17, 2009 19:20

    Fail... 0/10... More

Gonzo Redeemed with Strike Witches Second Season


Troubled pantsu anime studio Gonzo has been given a lifeline with the confirmation that they will retain the rights to animate the hit pantsu-laden WWII influenced mecha musume series, Strike Witches, after earlier speculation that they would lose the franchise

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  • Anonymous commented on September 8, 2009 23:11

    Erica's MINE!... More

  • ManaYagami commented on May 3, 2009 21:09

    Don't feed the troll!... More

Strike Witches Licensed in US


A US release of loli pantsu anime Strike Witches is imminent, as US distributor Funimation has announced acquiring the license.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 9, 2009 10:37

    O RLY?... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 28, 2009 15:21

    wow just so much hate not like care anyways i will buy the dvd's though the mail in 2010 when they do come out. Let's face it anime is not what it used to be... More

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