While most anime guns are cool, others are downright strange.
Scythes are often associated with death and grim reapers, but they’re surprisingly popular with a lot of anime characters.
Even some of the most courageous anime heroes crack in the face of the supernatural and quickly turn around to run away as fast as they can.
While some anime fights excite viewers, others leave fans disappointed and frustrated.
While most anime heroes have their own unique style, some deserve a proper superhero costume.
It's always difficult for an anime's ending to please everyone, but some series finales are so controversial that they have gone down in infamy.
Anime is a unique medium that appeals to many people. Accordingly, several unique life lessons can be learned from anime.
Anime is full of hot-headed characters, but several stand out as the easiest to anger as they are often in fights or reacting too quickly.
Shonen anime aren’t always a smashing success with fans. Some fail to meet expectations, while others are poor adaptations of the source material.
Anime costumes are always cool, especially when characters dress to impress by wearing fancy suits at all times.
Many shonen anime have some form of magic system that the characters' powers come from, but some stand out for being cooler than the rest.
Anime has a plethora of awesome guns and characters who use them. These are some of the coolest guns that anime has to offer.
These anime characters have managed to master one of the most sophisticated instruments in the world, the piano.
Shonen anime often sticks to a simple, predictable formula, but many anime that seemed generic in the beginning have turned out to be great.
Several shonen villains would make excellent additions to Muzan's demon army,
Soul Eater rose to prominence in the 2000s, partially due to its excellent cast of characters — including its villains. Some of them could be...
Some anime characters live their lives according to their supernatural beliefs.
In part two of our chat on the state of manga, Yen Press' Kurt Hassler discusses the reasoning behind moving the publisher's "Yen Plus" magazine...
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