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Tower of God gets an anime: the exciting webtoon blazing a trail

The popular webtoon Tower of God is getting an anime series in April, but what is it? Heck, what is a webtoon? Let’s dive into the future of comics!

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Dorohedoro episode 1 anime review

Q Hayashida’s bewildering horror manga is finally animated! Dorohedoro is a dismal, filthy anime that’s teeming with cheerful monsters and we wouldn’t have it any other way!

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Haikyuu!!: To the Top episode 1 anime review

It’s been four long years but finally, the majestic Haikyuu!!, one of the best sports anime of the last decade, returns for its fourth season.

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ID – Invaded episode 1 anime review

ID – Invaded is caught between two worlds. One, an awesomely weird dreamscape modeled after Inception and Minority Report; the other, an overly-wordy police procedural.

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Pet episode 1 anime review

Pet is a low budget, vaguely homoerotic supernatural thriller that recalls the pulpy late-night anime of the Noughties. As such, it won’t win praise for its subtly, but is still a pretty good time.

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Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! episode 1 anime review

Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! is a love-letter to anime and, more broadly, the boundless potential of animation. It’s also really fun.

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Somali and the Forest Spirit episode 1 anime review

Somali and the Forest Spirit was a surprise: an evocative fairy-tale anime told from a new Dad’s perspective.

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The End of Vinland Saga: An Inevitable Tragedy

Set during Danish Prince Canute’s (King Cnut the Great) rise to the English throne, Vinland Saga begins in 1013 AD as the Vikings pillage their way across a beleaguered England. In their midst is the Icelandic boy-warrior Thorfinn, a precocious child hell-bent on exacting revenge on the man that murdered his father: Askeladd.

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“Eren will reach the sea for me!”

Nothing is ever as great as you imagine. When a dream becomes real, it inevitably loses some of its magic.

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Destroying her identity: the timeless, terrifying world of Kaiba

I have dreams. I want to do something with my life. I want to be remembered. In my own little world, everything revolves around me. Isn’t it terrifying then to imagine a world where all of those important feelings, the very things that make you what you are, can be compressed into a memory ‘chip’ small enough to fit into the palm of your hand? Such is the way of things in the 2008 dystopian anime series Kaiba. It’s been 11 years since Masaaki Yuasa unleashed this utterly unique anime on the world, but does it still hold up today?

If anything, it’s more relevant now than ever!