Here is the first of my free downloadable anime calendars for the year. I shall be releasing a calendar a day for the next week. I am currently accepting recommendations for which anime to feature in a calendar. So far Studio Ghibli and One Piece are two confirmed calendars.
Jump Force, a game based on a selection of Shōnen Jump's anime. The game covers 15 anime titles and has 53 characters pulled from those titles. Of those characters, 10 are paid for as DLC's (downloadable content). Check out the below list to see which anime and characters were pulled into the game.
Shounen based anime are some of the most-watched anime out there. The intended audience for shounen anime are males aged between 10 and 18 but people of all ages and genders watch them. They cover the typical adventure, coming of age, action-based anime series that often shows the comrade between friends. As such there are... Continue Reading →
Now that the lockdown has been extended in South Africa by another two weeks, you might just have the time to dedicate to exploring and experiencing your favourite anime in a whole new way through fun and interesting games. 1 Bleach: Brave Souls Bleach: Brave Souls is a free-to-play mobile gacha game set in the... Continue Reading →
Those of us who appreciate the anime and manga industry owe a lot to the brains behind it all, from the publishers, editors, translators and all the other people working behind the scenes. We, however, need to be especially thankful for the creative and talented people who thought of the stories, characters and the worlds... Continue Reading →
Each anime has at least one inspiring character for one reason or another. Below is a list of 19 anime characters that I find inspiring. 1 Kaori Miyazono (Your Lie in April) Kaori's an independent and is a support for other characters. She puts up a smile in front of others, regardless of how she... Continue Reading →