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Gamers! Blends Rom-Com with Reality of Fandom Clash

Want to know a dirty secret? Hobbies play a strong role in shaping your personality. It's not the hobby alone, but your relationship with...

The 15 Most Satisfying Spring Anime Voted by Japanese Fans

Akiba Souken is popular Japanese site dedicated to the Akihabara scene, which makes it a big destination for otaku. They recently shared the Spring...

‘Fate/Apocrypha’ to Stream on Netflix on November 7, 2017

A-1 Pictures, the studio behind Fate/Apocrypha, announced that the anime will stream outside of Japan on Netflix on November 7, 2017. However, A-1 Pictures or...

The Best 16 Spring 2017 Anime Chosen by the Fans

We close the book on the Spring 2017 season! But as we wait for the shiny new premieres for the most anticipated Summer 2017 anime,...

‘Berserk’ Anime Teases a Continuing Story

The second season of Berserk came and went with an adaptation of the first half of the Hawk of the Millennium Empire Arc. While the finale...

‘Monster Strike’ Anime is Global Hit After Big Youtube Release

Hit anime come in all shapes and sizes. Big-name works like Sword Art Online and Attack on Titan dominate the community. Smaller series like Kemono Friends become surprise hits and...

POLL: What Were the Top Spring 2017 Anime?

The Spring 2017 season is coming to an end. Our favorite shows will be airing their finales this week, and it's the perfect time...

7 Underrated Spring 2017 Anime You Shouldn’t Forget About

It's that time of season again! As Spring 2017 comes to a close, we'll be looking at some of the more underrated and under-watched...

Japan’s 10 Most Talked About Spring 2017 Anime on Twitter

Web NewType has released the results of the most tweeted anime of the Spring 2017 season. The results are based on research conducted by...

Top 15 Spring 2017 Anime at the Midpoint Voted by the...

Last week, we asked fans to rank their favorite Spring 2017 anime at the midway point. 4,728 fans participate in the poll, and we...

Japan’s Largest Anime Site Reveals Spring’s Biggest Anime

Docomo's d-Anime Store is Japan's largest legal anime streaming website, and they asked their users what Spring anime they are watching. Over 61,000 votes...

What are the Best Spring 2017 Anime After 6 Weeks?

We have crossed the midway point of the Spring season! Right now, most anime are getting into the meat of their stories, with the...

‘The Laughing Salesman’ is a Twisted ‘Twilight Zone’ Anime

Who hasn't had a bad day, wishing for some relief? Would you be willing to risk making a deal with the devil to get...

You Need to Listen to These 17 Songs from Spring Season

One of the great things about a new season of anime is new music! Here some of the most addicting opening and ending songs...

Japan Picks the Top 20 Spring 2017 Anime Fans Should Watch

Spring is in full swing! Charapedia asked Japanese fans to rank the most watch-worthy anime so far this season. It's always interesting to compare...

Scenes that Sum Up the Controversial Eromanga-sensei

Eromanga-sensei is the latest anime from the creators of Oreimo. It follows a high school student who is also a light novel author and his step-sister,...

What Are Your Favorite Spring 2017 Anime So Far?

We are already in the third week of the Spring 2017 season! By now, most series are finished with their introductory arcs and have...

Sakura Quest is a Real and Funny Look at Global Issues

Sakura Quest is the latest entry in P.A. Work's thematic "Working Girls" series, which consists of Hanasaku Iroha and Shirobako. If you haven't watched those shows, the theme...

Renai Boukun’s Premiere is a Fun Rom-Com Parody

You are going to find a hard time finding a series as dumb as Renai Boukun. The crazy premise revolves around a terrible a cupid,...

Clockwork Planet is this Season’s First Disappointment

Clockwork Planet had some pre-season hype, largely due to the fact that the original light novel is co-authored by Yuu Kamiya (No Game No Life creator). However,...

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Tokyo Metro’s Mascot Sparks Debate for Not Being Cute Enough

Japan has a knack for using mascots to promote nearly anything. One of the most visible types of mascots is "Railway Girls," which are...