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Anime roundup 4/27/2017: The Strong Survive

Anime roundup 4/27/2017: The Strong Survive

In this week's viewing: The final lineup for this season, and it's looking outstanding! Read More »

Anime roundup 4/6/2017: You Say Goodbye, and I Say Hello

Anime roundup 4/6/2017: You Say Goodbye, and I Say Hello

In this week's viewing: The old season departs, but first, the new season! I promise it'll make sense when you click through... Read More »

Spring 2017 SF Anime Preview

Spring 2017 SF Anime Preview

The upcoming anime season is going to be titanic... in more than one sense. Read More »

Anime roundup 10/15/2015: Tragicomedy

Anime roundup 10/15/2015: Tragicomedy

In this week's viewing: The remainder of premiere week serves up attempted humor, unintentional humor, and Garo. And a dancing android. Read More »

Fall 2015 SF Anime Preview

Fall 2015 SF Anime Preview

If there's one trend that really has me smiling this season, it's the unusually high number of anime-original shows. Read More »

My 5 Favorite SF/F TV Shows About Failure

My 5 Favorite SF/F TV Shows About Failure

Failure is part of the human condition.... Read More »

Anime roundup 7/5/2013: The Moving Finger Writes

Anime roundup 7/5/2013: The Moving Finger Writes

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, end – By golly, they managed it. The big fight scene and enough time left over to wrap up all the loose ends, including what Earth was doing as one big ocean. Everyone, finally, from cultists to pirate queen,... Read More »

Anime Roundup 4/21/2013: Fee Fi, Ho Hum

Anime Roundup 4/21/2013: Fee Fi, Ho Hum

More international streaming sites have announced their spring simulcasts, and I’m afraid it looks like the entire world will get to see a couple of high school romantic comedies, but most of the good sf this season is stuck with limited releas... Read More »

Spring 2013 Anime Preview

Every three months, like clockwork, Japanese TV remakes itself. A bunch of shows end, a bunch more start, and many continuing series bring out new opening and closing sequences. Most anime series run for only three or six months. Throw in that there&... Read More »