An epic anime series from Studio Ghibli now available on Amazon!
Here is a list of time travel movies, animes, and TV shows.
There are many animes that I like, but I think these are the best.
A fantasy adventure that shows how appearances can be deceiving.
This anime skillfully weaves together elements of mystery, action, and film noir.
Since its debut back in 1966, Ultraman has become a popular Japanese pop culture phenomenon.
From the creators of “Ghost in the Shell,” a wonderful anime about a girl coming to terms with the loss of her father.
It’s fun to watch this anime about the silly antics and crazy adventures of a group of intellectually gifted, super wealthy students.
The story is about Japan being invaded by Gastrea, a creature that if someone gets bit they turn into one.
If you’re used to watching Disney/Pixar movies or Japanese anime, take a look at these unique animated French films.
A unique perspective-twisting fantasy adventure about two people separated by opposite gravities.
It’s well worth watching this anime even if the Scarlet Angel itself is a bit anticlimactic after all the buildup over two seasons.
An animated classic based on Richard Adams’ novel by the same name.
If you love the theatre or are an aspiring actor, you will like this anime about a teenage girl who trains to be a stage actress.
A refreshingly different series that combines history and politics with science fiction and anime action.
A unique anime that can be best described as “Medieval Mecha.”
An enjoyable Japanese animated adventure movie written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki.
A Japanese Anime Based on Norse Mythology!
This time travel anime follows mad scientist KYOUMA HOUOUIN, certainly the coolest scientist ever. (Sorry, Bill Nye.)
If you watched the latest anime news you probably know the latest show on Cartoon Network Adult Swim Attack on Titan?
Takumi Nishijou suffers from intense delusions, and has a hard time telling what is real and what is not.
My Neighbor Totoro tells the story of two young girls and their interactions with friendly forest spirits in rural postwar Japan.
Enter your e-mail address to receive each issue, posted on or around the first day of every month. (Don't worry, we will never sell or share your info.)
Join 278 other subscribers
This Site is Owned by:
Become a Sponsor | Advertise With Us