"I'm Standing on a Million Lives" is an accidental travel anime. You know the type; when real-life people find themselves living in a fantasy world, sometimes even explicitly a fantasy RPG.
Arthell Isom, the CEO of Tokyo-based D'ART Shtajio and the half-Japanese Tokyo-based journalist Roland Nozomu Kelts, will take part in a discussion about race in anime.
Peach Boy Riverside imagines what if there were more than one giant peach from Japanese folklore.
This feature-length Goblin Slayer feels like Goblin Slayer; especially the second half of the series. Don't expect everyone to live. Expect the goblins to be cunning and cruel.
The Mugen Train features clearly in the trailer along with a reunion between Tanjiro and his younger siblings.
It's a strange set up for a married life comedy. As a young man, Nasa Yuzaki falls for the beautiful Tsukasa and asks her out. She agrees, but only after they're married.
Teddy Demon guards become a pillow. The magical Shield of the Wind becomes an air mattress. The princess's guards quickly discover that she's a little, well, princess.
The 12 episode anime follows Fena Houtman who was raised on a little island and with no future other than to be used and discarded by British imperial soldiers.
Netflix packs a lot of plot into the furry espionage BNA and even more into the dangerously packed Japan Sinks 2020. We struggle to the end of end of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and get a jot of energy with Re:Zero.
Konomi Kasahara who, after mastering mind games, picks up rock climbing.