Author: moritheil

One might be forgiven for thinking that Moritheil is a postmodern literary critic who started reviewing video games in 2001, and spent the early 2000s learning at the right hand of con staff and fansubbers. However, those rumors are spurious: Moritheil is actually a distant relative of Genghis Khan who stands poised to conquer the world via the Internet. Follow along at http://twitter.com/moritheil.
Posted in Anime Reviews

Shin Koihime Musou 1

It’s a new season and a new Koihime†Musou. The beginning glosses over the plot and jumps right into the action – a telling stylistic choice,…

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Posted in New York Anime Festival

NYAF Anime Blogger Roundtable

Things were rather hectic at the New York Anime Festival, but bloggers of all stripes made time for an important, self-referential summit. [flashvideo file=”http://media.animediet.net/video/flv/blogger_panel.flv” /]…

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Posted in New York Anime Festival

AKB48 in NYC: Idolmaster Cosplay

Steam rose off the city streets as we partook of a Takoyaki stand a few blocks away from Webster Hall. “It was a lot like…

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Posted in News

Anti-manga official seeks to deny libraries funding

An article in today’s Del Marva Now describes Wicomico, Maryland County Councilman Joe Holloway as disturbed by the humorous sexual content in Dragonball Z books…

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Posted in Manga Reviews

Yomeiro Choice – a poor choice

Yomeiro Choice is all about excuses. Sakuraga finds excuses to ditch girls and avoid relationships. His female friends find excuses to spend time with him…

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Posted in Conventions New York Anime Festival

New York Anime Festival 2009, Day 0: Cake

The Dave and Buster’s was crowded. Black-attired waitstaff in crisp uniforms nodded professionally at me as I entered, pointing me up to the third floor…

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