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These anime series are here to help bide your time before your next superhero movie outing. Anime fans, assemble!
Digimon is back.
If you’re an anime fan looking for an easy way to keep up with the genre, Amazon is looking to fill that void.
Anime fans, take note: The acclaimed Studio Ghibli has produced a new-ish TV series, and it's hitting Amazon Prime in just a few weeks.
The beloved Dragon Ball Z franchise is back in action, and we finally have a first look at the U.S. cuts of the new series Dragon Ball Super.
The acclaimed anime Fullmetal Alchemist is coming to the big screen, and now we have our first look at Ed and Al in action.
FUNimation has unleashed the first exciting promo video for the second season of Attack on Titan.
While lightsabers are really fricking cool, they are not as cool as the following anime weapons, which are positively not based on the lightsabers from Star Wars.
It’s been more than two decades since Ocean Waves opened in Japan, and now the acclaimed Studio Ghibli anime project is finally getting a U.S. release. A bit late, but we’ll take it.
Even if not all of these titles are set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, maybe something here will satisfy your craving for the things that make Star Wars so special.
Nearly 20 years after it was first published in Japan, One Piece has become an institution. It’s strange to think that this manga has gone on for two decades when it’s common for manga titles to end after only a few years.
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is produced by Wit Studio, the production juggernaut that did the anime adaptation of popular manga Attack on Titan.
Since the market is glutted with mecha shows, some truly underrated gems have fallen through the cracks or haven’t earned the recognition they deserve. This is Patlabor.
It’s taken decades, but Ghost is the Shell is finally getting a live action adaptation — and the first trailer certainly looks worth the wait.
Here’s a list of 5 supernatural anime shows which will leave you laughing more than recoiling in fear.