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Diary of an Anime Lived: The Slice-of-Life Age, Part 1

Part 1 of a look at how anime has shifted away from SF/fantasy toward slice-of-life—and how I’ve done the same too.

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A Certain Scientific Railgun 04 – the curse of the undressing Otaku

Just about everything is turning out quite different from the manga. It’s a pleasant surprise though, because it’s a different type of fun. We’re not…

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Don’t you know Sci-Fi often predicts the future?

From Ascii.jp via ANN – Robot Sings, Youtube Piano – seeing music of the future at CEATEC Through iPhone application Request, one can make HRP-4C…

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Kaiba 10 – The Past Is Another Identity

Some plot points are answered in this crucial flashback episode, and we begin to understand the significance of the show’s title.

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Kaiba 8-9: Who’s Who

How long has it been since I wrote an actual, well, anime review? It’s fitting that my first regular, non-video entry has to do with…

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Kaiba 6-7: Boys and Girls

At some point, this show about exchangeable bodies was going to have to talk about gender and all that it entails. So we have these…

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