The wait is finally over, Dragonball dub fans. The long-awaited dub of Dragonball Super has finally premiered on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block. This, of course, carries significance. After all, most fans first viewed Dragonball Z on the original Toonami block back in the 90s. Many fans have most likely already viewed Super when the show came out in its original Japanese. I for one, constantly find myself watching many anime subbed. But for Dragonball, it is a different matter entirely.
One of the most popular anime of 2015 is getting a season 2. Earlier this week at a “One Punch Man Fall Festival” in Japan it was announced that One Punch Man would be returning next year in 2017. The news was then later announced to the world in a tweet from the official One Punch Man Twitter. The tweet also included information that they will soon be coming out with a game app in Japan. Read moreOne Punch Man Season 2 Announced
So, this week we’re discussing some of the best fights in anime shows. While I had a few contenders for this subject, I was presently surprised when I recently saw a great anime fight that changed my original decision. Asuna vs Yuuki from Sword Art Online II was an epic battle that everyone should watch. Don’t worry, i’ve got a video of the epic battle below the cut, which you should definitely keep reading to check out.Read more#AnimeSunday: Asuna Vs Yuuki
Ahh Orihime, we’ve all come to know you, and love or hate you almost immediately. Since our anime topic this week was characters people typically hate. Unfortunately my mind went straight to the unfortunate Orihime. The worst part is, you can’t really blame her (in my opinion at least) since Orihime does her best to be a part of the group and constantly prove herself. Sadly, her character easily falls into some hated anime tropes, and it does nothing but increase her hate. She’s seriously not that bad though, she’s just a girl trying to save her friends and help them out in the best way she knows how. That’s debatable you say? Well let us debate it after the cut!Read more#AnimeSunday: Orihime – Why Don’t You Love ME?
My love for anime started at a place many know and love, Saturday Morning Cartoons. I remember waking up and running down stairs, sloppily pouring a bowl of cereal, then charging in to the living room and ploping myself down on the carpet smack dab in front of the TV.
WB had a killer line up for a long time, and they all started around 8 am, so no one else in my family was even remotely ready to wake up. The spectrum of shows ranged from old school Tom & Jerry, to fully 3d animated shows like ReBoot, or Transformers: Beast Wars.These were some of my favorite shows of all time.They were what vinyls are for music, the raw classics that are still so good.